oh, I saw the title of this thread, and was toatlly gunna say Fierycj, then I got here and found out I have to think of somebody else.....
Coen Brothers, or Wes Anderson. I like their take on different types of dialogue.
Kevin Costner. Loved what he did with Dances With Wolves (both as an actor and as director) and have seen nothing to change my mind since. Additionally, I've long felt his outlook on life in a number of areas was strongly compatible with my own, so any movie we worked on together should manage to "come together" with a minimum of "Oh-why-did-I-ever-pick-him" emotions to sour the soup.
Micahel bay, as I have loved what he has done with Transformers! Fan when I was a child, and now still a fan now because of what he has done. And the special effects are amazing! :-)
I had a screenplay in mind for something that already exists outside film, so assuming that the copyright holder would give the go-ahead...
I would have said Steven Spielberg at one point, but the latest Indiana Jones kinda crushed my faith in his ability. Or rather, the alien thing did.
So for now? Maybe Michael Bay or M. Night Shyamalan (hope I spelled that right). It depends on how well M. Night handles the Avatar movie.
You mean there are other directors besides you???
I would choose Francis Ford Coppola, but only because I met him once, and have walked through his spectacular vineyard and olive groves on several occasions.
Oh, I thought of soembody, Clint Eastwood. I just saw Changling.
John Waters, everything needs a little touch of trash to lighten the mood.
I'd have to say Clint Eastwood.Have you seen the outtakes from the Changeling.Instead of shouting ACTION and scaring the bejeezers out of everyone he just says when you ready.
Yeah I saw that. I see you're a movie buff. Good for ya.
nope. didnt see the outakes, but that movie made me cry like I couldnt even belive it!! (but I did see he was like that on bloodwork..) I have seen other clint eastwood joints too..hes amazing!!
Oliver Stone. I am just curious to met him and see what he is really like and what his take on the world is.
I would want the Coen Brothers only if I could be Big Lebowski II: Return of The Dude
That would be a personal choice of mine. Lord of the Ring Trilogy is legendary. To be forever enshrined in history.
I drove past his house Cj( seriously) , I could have dropped your resume off!!
I would have to pick Ron Howard because I like how all his movies have a centraln theme.
by kerryg 11 years ago
I'm thinking about joining a scriptwriting challenge on LiveJournal to play with a historical fantasy idea I've been kicking around for a few years.Anybody else have movie or television ideas they'd love to see on screen?
by thirdmillenium 11 years ago
For, he bored you to death!
by Stevennix2001 7 years ago
For those who don't know who grumpy cat is, then please click on the link below:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=niE-2OpMv_UAssuming you watched the video, what do you think about grumpy cat getting her own movie?
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 5 years ago
What’s Your Favorite Clint Eastwood Classic?I have been watching Clint Eastwood since his days as Rowdy Yates on “Rawhide” way back when. Since then he has been on numerous movies as well as directing and producing. I recently observed while watch my cult classic movie “Tarantula” that it was Clint...
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