"The remake of the 1955 Sabrina with Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart is afailed try to copy a one of a kind classic. The remake with H. Ford was an abortion on any aspect that one used to compare the original with the remake. Direction, acting, and trying to replace Audrey Hepburn failed on a grand scale. Is this the harbinger of AMC's business plan? Trying to remake classics, what's next Casablanca, the Maltese Falcon, etc.? Is there no creativity left in Hollywood? All the directors now have is nothing with out nudity, explosions, special effects. There are no more Ingrid Bergmans, and Audrey Hepburns, and Grace Kellys. Actresses who could make you cry, laugh, or be sexually attracted to them with their clothes on. THE REMADE SABRINA WAS A SICKENING ABORTION."