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Does The Knowledge and Hype That Precedes A Movie's Release Ruin Its Storytelling Power? - Question/Answer Now Playing


Does The Knowledge and Hype That Precedes A Movie's Release Ruin Its Storytelling Power?

Jul 12, 2010

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Does The Knowledge and Hype That Precedes A Movie's Release Ruin Its Storytelling Power? - Question/Answer Q & A Discussion


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henrymann: say what?
at Jul 14, 2010 - 10:55 PM
Did he say Avatar was fascist storytelling? I wish he would have expanded on that. In all the commentary about Avatar I don't think it has ever been called fascist.
Geoff wrote
at Jul 13, 2010 - 1:46 PM
I'm getting insanely jealous of these people who go to Bob's seminars rather than just park themselves here at Storylogue. Which reminds me -- can we get just ONE famous Robert McKee rant on Storylogue? The Brian Cox one from Adaptation is fine, but we need some extra incentive to get out to a seminar and the version of Robert McKee on Storylogue is unfailingly polite. Or is he just mellowing?
Bass wrote
at Jul 12, 2010 - 12:20 PM
Yep, that's exactly how I feel.

The Dickens analog was very interesting. Thank you.

@3:10 - I can't resist those fatherly puppy-dog eyes.

I'll watch AVATAR.

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