Sunday, February 25, 2007
Things are progressing chaotically but nicely on "Zombie Happy Hour". We have rehearsal Monday night in the face of an impending snowstorm. The shoot is this Saturday. After that I begin to edit and in the second half of March we'll have another movie for your viewing pleasure.
In the meantime Adam is moving forward with the feature screenplay. I'm excited! Are you?
Monday, February 12, 2007
Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Am I the only person in the world that totally loves voiceovers in movies? Never write them. That's what they tell the aspiring screenwriter. Unless you really know what you're doing. It's an art that must be mastered. But there's something about the droning prattle of a narrator to guide you through a story and ground you in the alternate reality that is their universe. Sure, you've got your people who do it right. Goodfellas, Fight Club, Election, The Shawshank Redemption-- Movies whose backbone is the voiceover. But I'm trying to think of a movie with really bad voiceover. Sometimes it seems unnecessary. But what movies are there where the voiceover really hurts the viewing experience? The theatrical release of Blade Runner comes to mind, but it's more because of Harrison Ford's "why am I reading this crap?" tone of voice than what he's actually saying. Any other thoughts?
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