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Category Archives: Hollywood
Because a friend thought it would be fun to watch a film about a screenwriter (Christian Bale) with a former screenwriter (me) and see how I would react: “Okay, no. Just no. First off, no screenwriter is this good-looking. And … Continue reading
The Universe (or at least this morning) is a better place because this exists:
One of my old Hollywood contacts has leaked me this exclusive footage from Sony’s upcoming remake of the American classic Footloose…
I spent ten years as a struggling, almost successful screenwriter. The first five years were one of the best times of my life. The second five years, not so much. Broken Eden was written near the end of those second … Continue reading
This trailer for The Force Awakes feels like the movie I saw 14 times when was 12 years old. That alone is a very welcome change from the prequel trilogy. And no 14-year-old “elected queens” spouting civics lessons. (So far.)
The single best thing about Interstellar is actually its idea that humanity is worth saving and not some evil, cancerous blight on the cosmos that must be renounced and left behind. It is the anti-Avatar, and has been badly needed. … Continue reading
…was completely ignored by my godson during trick-or-treating in favor of his grandma. …watched my godson completely ignore everyone but me during trick-or-treating after his grandma got tired of all the walking and went home. …dressed up as a Star … Continue reading
Maybe it was that Cantinflas trailer before the movie, but ever since seeing Guardians of the Galaxy last week, I’ve had this insane urge to remake it into a low-budget ‘70s film with gloriously crappy special effects, hokey raccoon make-up and … Continue reading
I spent ten years as a struggling screenwriter. The first five years were one of the best times of my life. The second five years, not so much. A Piece of Eternity was written early in those first five years. … Continue reading
“An unexpected side effect of the rip in the space-time continuum, a young William Shatner sees his future self’s Director’s Cut of Star Trek V…”