When we saw the headline "Universal taking another Midnight Run," we were instantly appalled at the idea of a remake of the 1988 road movie starring Robert De Niro as a bounty hunter (apprehending an accountant played by Charles Grodin). Then we saw that it was going to be a sequel, and that De Niro would be reprising his role, and that it was his idea, and our disgust quickly turned to confusion. Does Midnight Run really need a sequel? Especially starring a 67-year old De Niro? We're not saying it'll definitely be terrible -- in fact, we can think of seven other De Niro films where a sequel would be a bigger travesty than whatever Another Midnight Run turns out to be. Little Fockers will be pretty awful, but these are the ones that signal Ragnarok.