History CreatorBreakdown / Film

5th Feb '16 9:47:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* Discussed in ''MusicAndLyrics'', where the characters are writing a pop song; one of them makes the case that it's better to channel your personal issues and pain into creative endeavours that you can get paid for and see success as a result of, rather than sitting around moping, "being a little bit self-indulgent and creatively bloody moribund." [[spoiler: He puts this into practice when his writing partner, who he's fallen in love with, leaves him and he writes the first good song he's ever written solo to try and get her to come back.]]
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* Discussed in ''MusicAndLyrics'', ''Film/MusicAndLyrics'', where the characters are writing a pop song; one of them makes the case that it's better to channel your personal issues and pain into creative endeavours that you can get paid for and see success as a result of, rather than sitting around moping, "being a little bit self-indulgent and creatively bloody moribund." [[spoiler: He puts this into practice when his writing partner, who he's fallen in love with, leaves him and he writes the first good song he's ever written solo to try and get her to come back.]]
24th Jan '16 10:48:29 AM jamespolk
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* About halfway through ''Film/LaDolceVita'', this defines Fellini's career. For example, even Fellini's ''wife'' (and often lead actress) thought ''Juliet of the Spirits'' was about his struggles with his homosexuality, so much so that there were bitter, bitter fights about it between them as the movie was shooting.
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* About halfway through ''Film/LaDolceVita'', this defines Fellini's career. For example, even Fellini's ''wife'' (and often lead actress) thought ''Juliet of the Spirits'' ''Film/JulietOfTheSpirits'' was about his struggles with his homosexuality, so much so that there were bitter, bitter fights about it between them as the movie was shooting.
10th Jan '16 2:07:44 AM jormis29
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* Almost every possible form of musical-related CreatorBreakdown (as listed on the 'CreatorBreakdown/{{Music}}' subpage) is parodied in ''WalkHard: The Dewey Cox Story'', in which almost every song Dewey Cox writes is a direct (and blatantly obvious) reflection of his current problems and emotional state at the time, from his complicated relationship with his father to how much he wants to sleep with his back-up singer to a Music/BrianWilson-writing-''Music/{{Smile}}'' style emotional collapse. It all culminates in his final song, "Beautiful Ride", which is an epic summing up of everything he has done and learned in his life to that point. [[spoiler: He dies literally three minutes after performing it.]]
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* Almost every possible form of musical-related CreatorBreakdown (as listed on the 'CreatorBreakdown/{{Music}}' subpage) is parodied in ''WalkHard: The Dewey Cox Story'', ''Film/WalkHardTheDeweyCoxStory'', in which almost every song Dewey Cox writes is a direct (and blatantly obvious) reflection of his current problems and emotional state at the time, from his complicated relationship with his father to how much he wants to sleep with his back-up singer to a Music/BrianWilson-writing-''Music/{{Smile}}'' style emotional collapse. It all culminates in his final song, "Beautiful Ride", which is an epic summing up of everything he has done and learned in his life to that point. [[spoiler: He dies literally three minutes after performing it.]]
16th Dec '15 10:46:31 AM jabberwocky1996
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16th Dec '15 10:45:39 AM jabberwocky1996
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* This very nearly happened to Creator/PeterJackson on the set of ''Film/TheHobbit''. After he came on board to the director's chair in 2009 to fill in for friend and previously slated director Creator/GuillermoDelToro, he asked to be given more time to plan ahead since this meant they'd have to redo almost the entire film and that the release date should be moved to a more convenient time. [[Main/{{Jerkass}} Warner Bros. refused,]] and instead gave him only six months of pre-production. This was especially bad because his previous big-budget outings (''Film/TheLordOfTheRings and ''Film/KingKong'') had over two to three years of pre-production. Jackson then had to, in his own words, "wing it". This, combined with [[Main/ExecutiveMeddling near-constant studio interference]] [[Main/TroubledProduction and the unforeseen consequences with turning two movies to three]] came to a head when it came time to shoot the Erebor sequences during pickups in 2012 and to plan out the battle of five armies and [[Main/TheWoobie nearly caused him to have an on-set breakdown where he finally asked for more time to plan and sort everything out]], to which he was finally granted. Makes you realize it's a miracle the trilogy even got made at all.
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* This very nearly happened to Creator/PeterJackson on the set of ''Film/TheHobbit''. After he came on board to the director's chair in 2009 to fill in for friend and previously slated director Creator/GuillermoDelToro, he asked to be given more time to plan ahead since this meant they'd have to redo almost the entire film and that the release date should be moved to a more convenient time. [[Main/{{Jerkass}} Warner Bros. refused,]] and instead gave him only six months of pre-production. This was especially bad because his previous big-budget outings (''Film/TheLordOfTheRings and ''Film/KingKong'') ''Film/KingKong2005'') had over two to three years of pre-production. Jackson then had to, in his own words, "wing it". This, combined with [[Main/ExecutiveMeddling near-constant studio interference]] [[Main/TroubledProduction and the unforeseen consequences with turning two movies to three]] came to a head when it came time to shoot the Erebor sequences during pickups in 2012 and to plan out the battle of five armies and [[Main/TheWoobie nearly caused him to have an on-set breakdown where he finally asked for more time to plan and sort everything out]], to which he was finally granted. Makes you realize it's a miracle the trilogy even got made at all.
16th Dec '15 10:43:49 AM jabberwocky1996
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* This very nearly happened to Creator/PeterJackson on the set of ''Film/TheHobbit''. After he came on board to the director's chair in 2009 to fill in for friend and previously slated director Creator/GuillermoDelToro, he asked to be given more time to plan ahead since this meant they'd have to redo almost the entire film and that the release date should be moved to a more convenient time. [[Main/{{Jerkass}} Warner Bros. refused,]] and instead gave him only six months of pre-production. This was especially bad because his previous big-budget outings (''Film/TheLordOfTheRings and ''Film/KingKong'') had over two to three years of pre-production. Jackson then had to, in his own words, "wing it". This, combined with [[Main/ExecutiveMeddling near-constant studio interference]] [[Main/TroubledProduction and the unforeseen consequences with turning two movies to three]] came to a head when it came time to shoot the Erebor sequences during pickups in 2012 and to plan out the battle of five armies and [[Main/TheWoobie nearly caused him to have an on-set breakdown where he finally asked for more time to plan and sort everything out]], to which he was finally granted. Makes you realize it's a miracle the trilogy even got made at all.
5th Dec '15 12:36:34 PM kablammin45
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* Derek Savage, creator of the infamous ''Film/CoolCatSavesTheKids'', originally took the criticism of his (somewhat cheesy) movie in stride, and even changed some parts of ''Cool Cat'' after the movie came up on ''YourMovieSucks''. Later, however, Savage suddenly filed copyright claims on many reviews of ''Cool Cat'' that criticized the film, leading up to a feud with Alex of ''WebVideo/IHateEverything''. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzXSQ5f08sA It all came to a head]] when Alex tricked Savage into revealing that he had made phony cease-and-desist letters from non-existent law firms representing the directors of previously reviewed film ''Attack of the Jurassic Shark'', which was soon followed by Savage uploading a video wherein he called Alex such things as "a lying punk troll" and urged his fans to direct their vitriol at Alex and ''I Hate Everything''. (Which ironically got him labeled as [[TheBully the very type of person]] [[BrokenAesop he condemned]] in ''Cool Cat''.) [[StreisandEffect This failed to work]], and the whole incident lead him to be labeled as a SmallNameBigEgo who CantTakeCriticism.
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* Derek Savage, creator of the infamous ''Film/CoolCatSavesTheKids'', originally took the criticism of his (somewhat cheesy) movie in stride, and even changed some parts of ''Cool Cat'' after the movie came up on ''YourMovieSucks''.''Your Movie Sucks''. Later, however, Savage suddenly filed copyright claims on many reviews of ''Cool Cat'' that criticized the film, leading up to a feud with Alex of ''WebVideo/IHateEverything''. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzXSQ5f08sA It all came to a head]] when Alex tricked Savage into revealing that he had made phony cease-and-desist letters from non-existent law firms representing the directors of previously reviewed film ''Attack of the Jurassic Shark'', which was soon followed by Savage uploading a video wherein he called Alex such things as "a lying punk troll" and urged his fans to direct their vitriol at Alex and ''I Hate Everything''. (Which ironically got him labeled as [[TheBully the very type of person]] [[BrokenAesop he condemned]] in ''Cool Cat''.) [[StreisandEffect This failed to work]], and the whole incident lead him to be labeled as a SmallNameBigEgo who CantTakeCriticism.
5th Dec '15 12:36:24 PM kablammin45
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* Derek Savage, creator of the infamous ''Film/CoolCatSavesTheKids'', originally took the criticism of his (somewhat cheesy) movie in stride, and even changed some parts of ''Cool Cat'' after the movie came up on ''YourMovieSucks''. Later, however, Savage suddenly filed copyright claims on many reviews of ''Cool Cat'' that criticized the film, leading up to a feud with Alex of ''WebVideo/IHateEverything''. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzXSQ5f08sA It all came to a head]] when Alex tricked Savage into revealing that he had made phony cease-and-desist letters from non-existent law firms representing the directors of previously reviewed film ''Attack of the Jurassic Shark'', which was soon followed by Savage uploading a video wherein he called Alex such things as "a lying punk troll" and urged his fans to direct their vitriol at Alex and ''I Hate Everything''. (Which ironically got him labeled as [[TheBully the very type of person]] [[BrokenAesop he condemned]] in ''Cool Cat''.) [[StreisandEffect This failed to work]], and the whole incident lead him to be labeled as a SmallNameBigEgo who CantTakeCriticism.
26th Oct '15 1:48:58 AM darkjezter
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* During the filming of ''Film/WaynesWorld'', Creator/MikeMyers arrived on set one day to discover that the snack table only had butter and not margarine for his bagel. Myers reportedly became enraged, flipped the table over, stormed off the set, and did not come out of his trailer for hours. According to director Penelope Spheeris, incidents like this were very common with Myers. Although ''Wayne's World'' was a massive hit, Spheeris turned down the chance to direct ''Wayne's World 2'' because she'd had enough of Myer's moody, controlling, and arrogant attitude.
21st Oct '15 5:25:27 PM nombretomado
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** Lucas's divorce from Marcia (her work in editing being a key factor in the original trilogy's success) after the completion of ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' is sometimes thought have contributed to his long hiatus from working on the franchise until the late nineties, his constant reedits of the films, and eventually selling ''Franchise/StarWars'' to {{Disney}} in 2012.
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** Lucas's divorce from Marcia (her work in editing being a key factor in the original trilogy's success) after the completion of ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' is sometimes thought have contributed to his long hiatus from working on the franchise until the late nineties, his constant reedits of the films, and eventually selling ''Franchise/StarWars'' to {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} in 2012.
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