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In Reply to: RE: What is/was Harvey Weistein's role in movies? posted by free.ranger on October 10, 2017 at 21:00:23
If all films, associated with Harvey, disappeared tomorrow, I would not lose any sleep.
I will tell you more... if he took the whole Hollywood from 1970 with him, I would say Good Riddance.
With wealth, cunning, and lots of clawing talent it seems it would be just like Hollywood. Da?
...you will never solder those wires again!"
There are only so many people you can corrupt with $15. Anything bigger requires wife's authorization. :)
Sorry, can't help it. I'm weak.
I recently watched a replay of Death Wish; Charles Bronson, 1971. A cult favorite for sure, with some over-the-top characterizations, but it had a sense of realness that seems missing a lot today. Scenes and locations were real; actors acted in real dialogue with others. Seems like a small thing, but the sum was a better film for it. One scene, where he's burying his wife in winter, was in a real cemetery in a real blizzard. The actors were really cold. Authenticity -- no billion-dollar CGI and 6 miles of scrolling film credits.
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