My Dream Movie

Jasz "The Spammer" A | 18/02/2005, 07:47 hrs

My Dream Movie

                                     By Jaszalcatraz

Since my favourite movie is Pulp Fiction and my four current fav directors are Q Tarantino, PT Anderson,D Fincher and D Aronofsky, my dream movie'd be Pulp Fiction directed by all afore mentioned four directors. Not together though. Each one directing his own segment.


The movie starts of with the prologue:

The scene with Honey Buny and "Ringo" then the scene with Vincent and Jules heading out to kill Brad and gang.

This part should be the one with QT directing. It is mainly this segment with all the great Tarantino-speak. This is the scene where long lingering shots and auteur angles take centre-stage - perfect for QT


Mia and Vincent: Although the first scene might need a little help from QT, the rest of the scene is perfect for Darren Aronofsky. Especially the snorting parts ;)  Darren Aronofsky with his wooshing background score and trippy violins can jazz up the pre-Mia Vincent sequence. His build-ups can create a heartstopping moment at the scene where Mia jumps up with a start after the adrenaline shot. Also the last parting dialogues can be much more effective with his ability to create void feeling in the bottom of the heart.

Gold Watch:

This is tailor made for PT Anderson. He can make the Col.Koonz flashback so much more melodramatic that you can feel Butch's anger/frustration when Fabian forgets his watch. Also his treating of the relation between Fabian and Butch can perfectly explain to us the reason Butch forgives her so easily. And ofcourse, his sweeping camera work can help the scene where Bruce Willis walks to get his watch.

Jules, Vincent and Mr. Wolf

The scene where one man's actions can bring sweeping changes into the situation. The scene where a man in control of an army can flush the enemy. Sound familiar? Yeah Tyler Durden in Fight Club. So its obvious that David Fincher bring his style into the scene. So we can expect a better pre-cog visual of the Bonnie coming home sequence. And then Mr. Wolf's inspirational speech to get Vincent and Jules washing the car, can sound so much more like the Tyler Durden we know.


Another QT sequence. It's too stuck in my head for its perfection that no one can dare change it. None can beat QT and this is why he's God. Jules final flourish is perhaps the greatest change in character we can see on film moreso because of the short time it takes for him to becoming a god-fearing man.


And thats a wrap.

Thats the first time i've done something useful when stoned.


Current Mood: Heroic
Current Music: Silence - The movies over

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Responses to My Dream Movie

  1. i was going to ask you "long time no blog?". BTW, the fucking tube had FOUR holes, you and your "stone" weight...

  2. Choot......dont be talking about holes in a public forum.....people here take it in the wrong sense.
    To all people: This fucka is talking about his bike tyre which got punctured and had 4 holes in the tube.

  3. lol! fuck-thats-brilliant.
    btw, do u by any chance have Jackie Brown? If so, cld I borrow it for a day or so?
    We're having a QT marathon on Sat nite.

  4. Yep have it. I'll leave the CD with our common friend PSD. Pick it up from his house??

  5. Does the character "Buddy Holly" the waiter have anything to do with Weezer's song by the same name?

  6. Buddy Holly (if u already didnt know) is probably the second most influential rock artist.
    Jack Rabbit Slim's is a restaurant whose theme was Americana throught the 60's and 70's.
    Hence they had waiters dressed as Marilyn Monroe, Peter Fonda and Buddy Holly.
    Buddy Holly is played by Steve Buscemi (yep, Mr Pink)

    I've never heard of this band Weezer....are they good?

  7. Weezer is a emotional alternative band, formed in the late 90s. The video of Buddy Holly actually is a montage of the series, Happy Days in a way. And most of the members wear those thick glasses like Buddy Holly :p

  8. Hmmmm.......I like Fonzie.


  9. err..PSD?
    I cant seem to make the connection man...damn.
    Who is it?

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