When a great project is in development, directors attempt to join that project by convincing producers that they're the right people for the job. One of the ways of getting that done is to put together a video, comprised of footage from other films, giving the producers an idea of the style and tone that they will bring.
Today we have Rian Johnson's pitch video for "Looper." We know that he went on to direct the sci-fi movie, but it took footage from such films as "Se7en," "Fight Club," and "Blade Runner" to comprise a video that eventually convinced investors that he should be given an opportunity to direct the movie.
"This is a fairly common thing to do when you're trying to get a movie off the ground, but it was the first time I tried it," Johnson explained. "It was meant to show more some of the film's tone, and to show how the odd concept could be presented in a clear and compelling way in the marketing. Zach Johnson did the sketches. Note that we hadn't begun the casting process yet, and the clips were chosen just based on their visuals and not by who is in them."
Minkοwskiwrites: on August 24th, 2014 at 6:57:58 AM
So basically he used two good movies to help sell the concept for one sh*tty movie.
Diamond + diamond = turd.
Minkοwskiwrites: on August 24th, 2014 at 7:13:14 AM
Looper WAS sh*t. Goofy-looking CGI prosthetics on JGL's face plus the absolutely ridiculous time-travel narrative. Wasn't even any fun nor was it memorable. Just another disappointing movie that failed to live up to my mediocre expectations, like much of the trash bulldozed into theaters over the last ten years or so.
I mean, f*ck, I'm actually nostalgic for the days of Raimi's Spiderman 1 and 2.
But no, Looper was illogical noise only an idiot would or could find coherent. And I mean that. If you can prove the time-travel makes ANY sense, I'd love to see your proof. Even Frequency is a (much) better time-travel film even though it doesn't involve a lick of actual time-traveling.
Frequency was really cool, actually.
Minkοwskiwrites: on August 24th, 2014 at 7:42:04 AM
completely forgot about 'Looper' and will probably never watch it again,it was boring and repetitive.
Looper aka pooper
I saw a Leon clip and bruce Willis
xtlhogciaowrites: on August 24th, 2014 at 8:10:15 AM
You either try to spin every story into something slightly different(to make it more interesting or cause unneeded controversy??) or you have no idea how to structure a sentence and the context is always lost. Studios either bought the idea - based on his proof-of-concept video - or they didn't. Johnson directing is kind of a given when you develop the whole thing from scratch all by yourself. He didn't pitch the story idea, sell them his script, then have to convince them why he should be allowed to "join"/direct.
I give LOOPER 5/10 or 2.5 out of 4 stars. It was inventive, but having a time travel element plus an AKIRA-esque storyline was too much. I did like Johnson's direction, though, as I think he is very creative.
I like Rian. Brick was a fun concept with a bit of a mess near the third act, Brothers Bloom was a lot of fun that felt slightly hollow, and Looper was a genius concept that fell flat when the farm sh*t hit.
He's got great ideas but he needs another writer to help him thicken up the backbone of his work.
I'm looking forward to his Star Wars episodes. But only cause I like the guy.
seveltotowrites: on October 4th, 2017 at 4:08:57 AM
judi togel Один из способов сделать это - собрать видео, состоящее из кадры из других фильмов, дающих продюсерам представление о стиле и тоне, которые они принесут.