My first and truest love is the theater. My favorite place in the whole world is between W54st and W41st. i know every single theater in that area. I’ve been more than 96 musicals and I love them. And in honor of the 69th Tony Award Ceremony I will list my ten favorite musicals adapted from films.
I know it’s been a while since I write down here, but life get’s a little bit complicated and time is never enough. Today, I finally decide to make time for my blog. Ergo it’s a pleasure to quote Frankenstein today and say: “It’s alive! It’s alive!”
Directed by Richard Linklater
Written by Richard Linklater
Produced by Richard Linklater, Sean Daniel and James Jacks
Starring: Adam Goldburg, Rory Cochrane, Lurley Wiggins, Jason London, Matthew McConaughey, Parker Posey, Milla Jovovich and Ben Affleck
Release Date: September 24, 1993
Directed by Ed Wood
Written by Ed Wood
Produced by Ed Wood, Charles Burg, J. Edward rReynolds and Hugh Thomas Jr.
Starring: Joana Lee, Vampira, Bela Lugosi, Gregory Walcott, Mona McKinnon, John Breckindge, Tom Keene, Tor Johnson and Dudley MAnlove
Release Date: July 22, 1959
English is a fascinating language, In the English dictionary there are 3010 words that beginning with the letter F (not counting names, FYI and FO) and only one, fuck, is refers as the F word. And, apparently it is a magic word, I can be verb, as a part of an adverb, as enhancer of the adjective, as a noun or an adjective; it also can refer to something great, bad, painful, etc. As a writer you have to use this versatile word, specially when the rest of the language fails you.
This is the reason I decide to post this graphic of flavorwire.com, the decided to make a graphic with the number of times that the word Fuck is used in a film.
Written by Michael Powell, Emeric Presburger and Keith Winter
Produced by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger
Starring: Moira Shearer, Anton Walbrook and Marius Goring
Country: United Kingdom
Relelase date: September 6, 1948
Directed by George Cukor
Written by Donald Oden Stewart and Waldo Salt
Produced by Joseph Mankiewitz
Starring: Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn, James Stewart and Ruth Hussey
Country: United States
Release Date: December 26, 1940 Continue reading
Directed by John Landis
Written by Hatrold Ramis, Douglas Kenney and Chris Miller
Produced by Ivan Reitman ans Matty Simmons
Starring: John Belushi, Tim Matheson, John Vernon, Verna Bloom, Thomas Hulce and Donald Sutherland
Release date: July 28, 1978
If I make a list of my favorite films there is not one of Spielberg, but I have to admit the man is a genius and I have to admit all that I do as a Director I have learned from him. I believe his technique is unique and the most admirable one. I think this is the key of all his success and why he is the director with the biggest box office income in history of films. In tribute to all his achievements I decide to post an infographic about how much money he had made with all his productions.
Once I wrote a story about an invasion of some creatures from the centre of the earth, it was a B-horror-movie with a lot of cheesy lines and it was a great a story that I have been dying to make. While working on Road I found this greats graphics from Studio Canal that put in images how to make different genres of films.