I mean, the 80s one is itself a remake, so....meh. Can't really care much one way or the other.
If the scuttlebutt about basing it on the Mexican cartels is true, I wonder if it will upset Mexican-Americans as much as the '82 version pissed off the Cuban-Americans...:unsure
The '83 movie was never a favorite of mine but it's perfect at what it tried to be. Gotta give it that.
The two strong points were Al Pacino OWNING the lead role, and the generally uncompromising & dark tone. Neither of those are likely to be repeated this time.
I don't know the Cuban sound well enough to know the accuracy of Pacino's accent. But in terms of sheer heavy-ness of it, IMO it's not bad.
There's a phenomenon with familiar actors where even a little accent goes a long way in our minds. Look at Nic Cage in "Con Air" - the accent seemed really heavy & bad & overdone. But it's not really inaccurate for the character, it's just farther-out than we want to hear from our movie stars. I have met some deep rural southern guys whos accents really do sound as "overdone" as Cage's accent in that movie.