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Old 08-15-2007, 02:30 PM   #16
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I'll be willing to discuss if Screwtape can explain what PT is a "terrible" writer and director. I could almost see calling him a bad writer if you've only seen Magnolia, and even then, it's still a matter of opinyun.

But calling him a terrible director?

Oh, and I just saw that Scorsese is directing an adaptation of Don Winslow's "The Winter of Frankie Machine".



Scorsese's return to the Mafia.
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Old 08-15-2007, 02:36 PM   #17
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Lance, you fucking bitch. What kind of film-o-file leaves out aspect ratio?

Here's mine

Sci-fi / Space / "The Future"
Approximate Running Time: 113 Minutes


Aspect ratio
2.20 : 1

Directed by
Nicholas Meyer

Written by
Harve Bennett

Leading Cast
Wilhelm Tsarina
Lydia Omen Ron
Derek Foley Lest

Original Music by
James Horner

Cinematography by
Gayne Rescher

Film Editing by
William Paul Dornisch

Art Direction by
Michael Minor

Sound Design by
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What Kind of Movie
Genre - Subgenre - Subgenre : Physical Setting : Time:
Any, Any, Doesn't matter, Short - probably around 11 seconds.

Directed by
Doesn't Matter

Written by
All ad lib.

Leading Cast
Actor Me
Actress Monica Bellucci

Supporting Cast
No one else.

Original Music by
"In Your Room" by Depeche Mode (the first 11 seconds of it, anyway)

Cinematography by
Doesn't matter

Film Editing by
Won't need it

Art Direction by
Matters Not

Sound Design by
Who Ever

--------OPTIONAL--------

Assisstant Director
Anyone Thatwantsthejob

Costume Design
Puff McGiantskirtface

Stunts by
Me and Monica Bellucci

Choreography (dancing or fighting) by
Monica Bellucci and Me

Expert Consultant
Penthouse Forums

Visual Effects by
ILM for post productions enhancements. Don't judge me.
now just wait a damn minute. what about OUR xfiles film?
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But calling him a terrible director?

Agreed.
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I'll be willing to discuss if Screwtape can explain what PT is a "terrible" writer and director. I could almost see calling him a bad writer if you've only seen Magnolia, and even then, it's still a matter of opinyun.

But calling him a terrible director?
His movies are hollow and emotionless. It is all flash but no substance. Take Boogie Nights for example. You are exposed to these colorful characters that go nowhere and you leave the theatre taking away nothing. He can create interesting characters but does nothing with them. He tries to create epics but they always hopelessly fail because epics are all about the change in characters. Like I said before, he never does anything with those characters.
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His movies are hollow and emotionless. It is all flash but no substance. Take Boogie Nights for example. You are exposed to these colorful characters that go nowhere and you leave the theatre taking away nothing. He can create interesting characters but does nothing with them. He tries to create epics but they always hopelessly fail because epics are all about the change in characters. Like I said before, he never does anything with those characters.
Burn.









Space Burn.
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Burn.









Space Burn.
Space Burn

Burn Space

Moon Space

Moon Burn

Burn Moon

Space Moon

PT Anderson is welcome on Space Moon.
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now just wait a damn minute. what about OUR xfiles film?
That's a side project. This is art - this is necessary in order to advance the human condition. The Xfiles movie will just fucking rock. PLus, with all the dopeness of the Xfiles movie - honestly - is the world ready for that yet? I'm not sure. I do know the world is ready for a movie with me and Monica Bellucci. I'm ready, that's for damn sure. And I'm ready right now. Just thinking about it gets me ready.
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Wow. Now I am REALLY ready.
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What Kind of Movie:
Drama – Crime - Family: suburban California: present day.
Approx running time: 120 minutes

Directed By:
Joel and Ethan Coen (Fargo, The Big Lebowski)

Written By:
Joel and Ethan Coen (Fargo, The Big Lebowski)

Leading Cast:
Michael Keaton (Batman, Jackie Brown)
Christian Bale (American Psycho, The Prestige)
Sigourney Weaver (Alien, Gorillas in the Mist)

Supporting Cast:
Michael Caine (Sleuth, Get Carter)
Natalie Portman (V for Vendetta, Garden State)
Shia Labeouf (Disturbia, Transformers)
Willem Dafoe (The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, The Last Temptation of Christ)

Original Music By:
Carter Burwell (The Big Lebowski, Fargo)

Cinematography By:
Thierry Arbogast (The Professional, The Fifth Element)

Film Editing By:
Michael Kahn (Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark)

Art Direction By:
John Dexter (The Big Lebowski, Sleepy Hollow)

Sound Design By:
Steve Boeddeker (Fight Club, X-Men)
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YLB, your movie is disappointing. I expected better.

Though, good call on letting Khan do the editing. He's been genetically engineered for such projects.
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I wish I could give a small outline of the movie, it would be more awesome than it looks on paper. Fuck it, I'm saying it anyway:

Michael Keaton's an aging hitman working for Michael Caine. He keeps his career secret from his wife and kids (Weaver, Portman, Labeouf), and naturally they have strained relationships. Keaton takes out evil crime lord Willem Dafoe, only for his son, Christian Bale, to vow revenge for his death. It'll be a gritty crime drama while still being a family drama. I just love Michael Keaton so much that I'd have to cast him as the lead.
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I was going to use the Cohen Bros for a Harrison Ford project i wish he would do... I'm too lazy to actually do it though.
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