There are some movies that are so classic that anyone who dared to try to remake them would be pelted relentlessly with rotten tomatoes. You don't repaint the Mona Lisa. You don't rebuild the Eiffel Tower. And you don't remake a movie that was practically perfect to begin with.

Unfortunately, a whole slew of Hollywood directors have ignored this decree and have remade such untouchables as "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," "Psycho" and "Planet of the Apes."

All of these remakes have been significantly worse than the original masterpieces from which they were taken. What giant egos some filmmakers must have to think they could make a better copy than the "real thing."

While we cannot erase the damage that has already been done, we can all stand strong and demand that if any of the following five movies becomes the victim of a remake, we will boycott the film company for life. (OK, maybe that's a little extreme, but you get the point.)

Vivien Leigh, Gone With The Wind

No. 5: Gone With The Wind (1939)

Any filmmaker who would even attempt to remake this popular classic would watch his career go up in flames faster than the city of Atlanta.

No one could be Scarlett O'Hara but Vivien Leigh, and no one could be Rhett Butler except Clark Gable. These actors did not just play these characters -- they ARE these characters.

Yes, the movie may be a bit too long, and a little heavy on the cheese for some people's tastes, but everything about this film screams "untouchable classic."

Rhett might not "give a damn" if he ever sees Scarlett again, but "Gone with the Wind" fans will give more than a damn if anyone tries to mess with this masterpiece.

Of course, while some movies are just too exceptional to remake, others are just too bizarre ...

Rocky Horror Picture Show movie image

No. 4: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

A sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania, doesn't just come along every day.

"The Rocky Horror Picture Show" is so outrageously bizarre and so bizarrely outrageous, that attempting to remake it would be like Brad Pitt jumping up and down on Oprah's couch yelling about how much he loves Angelina -- some moments just cannot be duplicated.

Besides that, there is absolutely no way that anyone can make this movie better than it already is. From the insane plot, to the incredible soundtrack, to the unforgettable image of a young Susan Sarandon running around in her bra and panties, the original is a gem so rare that it must -- and we emphasize "MUST" -- remain untainted by the modern commercial machine that is Hollywood.

Otherwise, we will sick the "star" of this next film after them ...

Jaws movie poster

No. 3: Jaws (1975)

Trying to remake this movie would be biting off more than even Jaws himself could chew. Granted, the special effects might be more sophisticated in a remake, but the sheer genius of the original would swallow any attempted recreation whole.