In the words of David Fincher on how movies affect people: “As an audience, they know you can do anything. So its not about what you do, its about what you don’t do.”
And the Catcher In the Rye doesn’t do many things.
To great effect.
This is How Catcher in The Rye made me a better filmmaker.
“A confrontation on the court leads to a personal journey of discovery, joy, and eggs. Also, rap music.”
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Quick Post on how to show what’s right or wrong in a movie.
I don’t know a thing about educational reform.
I have no clue how to balance the nation’s budget.
I could not for the life of me make sense of foreign or domestic policy.
But I do know that I LOVE House of Cards.
Thought I’d like to share the first ever thing I’ve ever filmed.
Its’s like that one old toy you had as a kid, it was ugly and kinda malformed by playing with it so often and of course you had no idea what you were doing, but holy moly it was yours and you were just proud to have it.
Its finally time for my most important analysis: my own.
Just over a week ago, I watched a a Spanish Comedy film named “Instrucciones no Inclduidas” or “No Instructions Included” as a way to get points for class.
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In 1989, Marty McFly taught us all that he’s no chicken.
(CC Battle of Botsworth 2015)
You can’t hit what you can’t see.
And in most modern day fighting movies, you can’t see anything.