So I saw Green Lantern. I don’t remember much about it. There was a ring. And a lantern. And they were green. It was the same thing you’ve seen done plenty times before. I really only remember two things: It has the most hilariously bad placing of “Daddy Issues” into
It’s hard to recommend this movie without just going “You just totally should!” because it’s hard to describe. I can say it’s an anti-love love story(ies), but that’s Wong Kar Wai’s modus goddamn operandi. And I can outline the plot, but, like his other films, the log line is really
I’m linking to the last part (4 of 4) because it has links to the previous 3 parts in the opening paragraph. If you wanted to know what goes into writing an episode of Community or what is is dealing with network execs, I suggest reading this series of interviews.
There’s this great GQ article which eloquently and accurately says why remake after reboot after sequel are made in Hollywood nowadays. To sum up, due to inflating production and marketing costs, studios don’t want to fund something that doesn’t have a built in audience. So naturally, when something “original” came