So tell me “The Movie Doctor”, do you sometimes have ideas of your own or you just rip them off?
Please reblog to shame this rip off. I can’t believe this.
So tell me “The Movie Doctor”, do you sometimes have ideas of your own or you just rip them off?
Please reblog to shame this rip off. I can’t believe this.
So tell me “The Movie Doctor”, do you sometimes have ideas of your own or you just rip them off?
Please reblog to shame this rip off. I can’t believe this.

So tell me “The Movie Doctor”, do you sometimes have ideas of your own or you just rip them off?

Please reblog to shame this rip off. I can’t believe this.

A 5 YEAR OLD’S BACK TO THE FUTURE 4 PITCH

This little 5 year old boy from Montreal has a special birthday wish: he wants to pitch his Back to the Future 4 idea to Robert Zemeckis and play Marty McFly! Zemeckis is shooting a movie in Montreal right now!

Please help him and spread this video.

How To Make A Great Jem Movie

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Here’s a few suggestions for the producers, since they’re actually taking fan feedback. Because yes, I’m a Jem fan.

  1. Don’t make it all modern. People like the kitsch aspect of the cartoon. Keep it 80’s-ish. Embrace the pastel palette. In fact, think of it as the opposite of Sin City. Everything that movie did, you do the opposite. So don’t hire Bruce Willis this time.
  2. Jem doesn’t make sense. That’s why people like the show. The first episode I ever saw had a Vietnamese girl throwing herself voluntarily in a cage with tigers.
  3. Don’t focus too much on the origins. It’s Jem.
  4. Keep the musician lookalikes like Lena Lerner. In fact, you should even hire real lookalikes just for the fun of it.
  5. Dare! Be bold, crazy and cheesy. Make it feel like a big budget (and family friendly) version of a Tim & Eric episode or like Xanadu.

If you do all these things, you will make a true cult classic.

I’ve just found J. G. Quintel’s screenplay structure for Regular Show.

THE MYSTERY BEHIND ALIEN 3’S MISLEADING TEASER TRAILER


Alien 3 was originally supposed to take place on Earth, but after the box office failure of Predator 2, the studio decided to fire screenwriter David Twohy (creator of Riddick) and replace him by Vincent Ward (What Dreams May Come). Originally, Ripley wasn’t supposed to be in the sequel, due to a creative disagreement with the studio.

Some say the original storyline became the Aliens: Outbreak comics.

Who’s winning your heart? Is it Buster Keaton or Charlie Chaplin?

Great Hollywood Tragedies: John Gilbert (1897-1936)

Gilbert was once considered to be one of the greatest leading man in romantic pictures, a true rival to Rudolph Valentino. His romance with Greta Garbo was also heavily publicized at the time, since they were two of the biggest star of MGM.

However, when the talkies came, Gilbert’s voice didn’t suited the audience’s expectations. There are also rumors of strong disagreements with Mayer (head of MGM) over salary and politics.

Gilbert got fired, became alcoholic and died of a heart attack at 38 years old.

Did you know that Elysium is actually based on early 60’s designs of space gardens made for the NASA? The one on top was made by Syd Mead, who also worked on Elysium.

I’ve just created a facebook group for movie geeks. If you love movies and you want to debate/talk about it, you’re welcome to join us!
I’ve just created a facebook group for movie geeks. If you love movies and you want to debate/talk about it, you’re welcome to join us!

I’ve just created a facebook group for movie geeks. If you love movies and you want to debate/talk about it, you’re welcome to join us!

Mondo’s poster for Brazil (1985)
Mondo’s poster for Brazil (1985)
Mondo’s poster for Brazil (1985)

Mondo’s poster for Brazil (1985)

BIGGEST BOX OFFICE BOMBS: #15 Battlefield Earth (2000)

The Damage: Battlefield Earth’s budget isn’t exactly clear, but some people claim that they lost over 61 million. Of course, Travolta’s career also took a serious beating.
The Reason: Have you seen it? It’s probably one of the worst films of the last 20 years! It’s also considered as propaganda for the Church of Scientology.
BIGGEST BOX OFFICE BOMBS: #15 Battlefield Earth (2000)

The Damage: Battlefield Earth’s budget isn’t exactly clear, but some people claim that they lost over 61 million. Of course, Travolta’s career also took a serious beating.
The Reason: Have you seen it? It’s probably one of the worst films of the last 20 years! It’s also considered as propaganda for the Church of Scientology.

BIGGEST BOX OFFICE BOMBS: #15 Battlefield Earth (2000)

The Damage: Battlefield Earth’s budget isn’t exactly clear, but some people claim that they lost over 61 million. Of course, Travolta’s career also took a serious beating.

The Reason: Have you seen it? It’s probably one of the worst films of the last 20 years! It’s also considered as propaganda for the Church of Scientology.

BIGGEST BOX OFFICE BOMBS: #16 Inchon (1981)
The Damage: You probably never heard of that movie, because it only made 2 million on a 46 million dollar budget. Also, it’s never been released on VHS or DVD.
The Reason: New York Times called it “the most expensive b-movie ever made”. Too much money invested in a bad film.
BIGGEST BOX OFFICE BOMBS: #16 Inchon (1981)
The Damage: You probably never heard of that movie, because it only made 2 million on a 46 million dollar budget. Also, it’s never been released on VHS or DVD.
The Reason: New York Times called it “the most expensive b-movie ever made”. Too much money invested in a bad film.
BIGGEST BOX OFFICE BOMBS: #16 Inchon (1981)
The Damage: You probably never heard of that movie, because it only made 2 million on a 46 million dollar budget. Also, it’s never been released on VHS or DVD.
The Reason: New York Times called it “the most expensive b-movie ever made”. Too much money invested in a bad film.

BIGGEST BOX OFFICE BOMBS: #16 Inchon (1981)

The Damage: You probably never heard of that movie, because it only made 2 million on a 46 million dollar budget. Also, it’s never been released on VHS or DVD.

The Reason: New York Times called it “the most expensive b-movie ever made”. Too much money invested in a bad film.