There is no part of the 1982 version of that film that can be improved on. The Howard Hawks version from 1951 COULD be improved on, which is why they, well, improved it. The 1982 version is a perfect example of passionate, talented filmmakers making something so wonderfully timeless that if will remain a classic forever. I have nothing personal against this new version, but watch this scene below and tell me that something is missing from this that modern, computer effects can improve on.
I'm not totally sure when or how this post became an advertisement for "Drive', but there you go. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to sleep, while visions of awesome scorpion adorned jackets dance