History Quotes / GiftedlyBad

14th Jun '16 8:04:07 PM PaulA
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-->--Nick Page, In Search of the World's Worst Writers, on the opening line of {{Amanda McKittrick Ros}}'s Delina Delaney

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-->--Nick Page, In -->--'''Nick Page''', ''In Search of the World's Worst Writers, Writers'', on the opening line of {{Amanda McKittrick Ros}}'s Delina Delaney
Creator/AmandaMcKittrickRos's ''Delina Delaney''
11th Mar '16 11:36:27 AM rjd1922
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->Who needs talent when you have this much passion?
-->--'''David [=McKendry=]''' on [[SelfDeprecation the poster]] of ''Film/Birdemic2TheResurrection''



-->--'''MarkTwain''', in the introduction to ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_As_She_Is_Spoke English As She Is Spoke]]''

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-->--'''MarkTwain''', -->--'''Creator/MarkTwain''', in the introduction to ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_As_She_Is_Spoke English As She Is Spoke]]''
7th Nov '15 8:11:10 PM nombretomado
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-->--'''[[Creator/RedLetterMedia Harry S. Plinkett]]''' on ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection''

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-->--'''[[Creator/RedLetterMedia -->--'''[[WebVideo/RedLetterMedia Harry S. Plinkett]]''' on ''Film/StarTrekInsurrection''
10th Aug '15 6:38:16 AM Morgenthaler
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->I write in a genre that was not defined by me. The examples were not set out by me. They were set out 2,000 years ago by Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides. They were called the Greek tragedies...They went from those, to Shakespeare’s ''Romeo and Juliet'', then Jane Austen did it, put a new human twist on it. Hemingway did it with ''AFarewellToArms''. A Farewell to Arms, by Hemingway. Good stuff. ''That’s'' what I write…There are no authors in my genre. No one is doing what I do.

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->I write in a genre that was not defined by me. The examples were not set out by me. They were set out 2,000 years ago by Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides. They were called the Greek tragedies...They went from those, to Shakespeare’s ''Romeo and Juliet'', then Jane Austen did it, put a new human twist on it. Hemingway did it with ''AFarewellToArms''.''Literature/AFarewellToArms''. A Farewell to Arms, by Hemingway. Good stuff. ''That’s'' what I write…There are no authors in my genre. No one is doing what I do.
22nd Jul '15 11:08:19 PM johnnyfog
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-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''' on ''Star Trek: Enterprise'', "A Night in Sickbay"

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-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''' on ''Star Trek: Enterprise'', ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', "A Night in Sickbay"
22nd Jul '15 11:07:54 PM johnnyfog
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->Bakula calls it a "magical little episode". Oh, yes, I'm sure there was magic involved. {{Black magic}}, perhaps.
-->--'''''Website/TheAgonyBooth''''' on ''Star Trek: Enterprise'', "A Night in Sickbay"
14th Jul '15 7:42:15 AM johnnyfog
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->If you are having a bad day you simply have to watch the second episode of The Time Monster with the commentary switched on. John Levene's solo effort is a joy to behold because he seems to think that this is some kind of forgotten gem and his personal contributions are the work of a skilled actor at the height of his powers.

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->If you are having a bad day you simply have to watch the second episode of The Time Monster with the commentary switched on. John Levene's solo effort is a joy to behold because he seems to think that this is some kind of forgotten gem and his [[SpearCarrier personal contributions contributions]] are the work of a skilled actor at the height of his powers.
14th Jul '15 7:33:17 AM johnnyfog
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->Bad films are easy to make, but a film as unpleasant as ''Film/BabyGeniuses'' achieves a kind of grandeur.
-->--'''Creator/RogerEbert'''

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->Bad films are easy to make, but a film as unpleasant as ''Film/BabyGeniuses'' achieves a kind of grandeur.
-->--'''Creator/RogerEbert'''

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14th Jul '15 7:32:59 AM johnnyfog
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->''"I guess enough time just ain't passed yet\\
A couple more years that shit'll be ''[[Music/{{Nas}} Illmatic]]''!"''
-->--'''{{Eminem}}''', "Careful What You Wish For" (before he [[CreatorBacklash admitted]] ''Encore'' was worthless, along with the album from which this song originates)

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29th May '15 10:09:18 PM johnnyfog
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->There’s a huge clue in the book ''The Man who Heard Voices'', which is devoted to the production of ''Film/LadyInTheWater''. The book covers, in great detail, how blown away Night is by a Disney executive who unthinkably failed to ‘get’ his script, and the soul-searching, sweaty-sheeted introspection about [[TheyCalledMeMad just what was wrong with other people]], that they couldn’t see how incredible his story was.
-->--'''[[http://franticplanet.wordpress.com/2010/07/21/the-self-destruction-of-m-night-shyamalan/ Stuart Millard]]''', "The Self-Destruction of Creator/MNightShyamalan"

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->There’s a huge clue in the book ''The Man who Heard Voices'', which is devoted to the ->[[Creator/MNightShyamalan Night’s]] ''Film/AfterEarth'' production of ''Film/LadyInTheWater''. The book covers, in great detail, how blown away Night is by a Disney executive who unthinkably failed tweets were something to ‘get’ his script, and the soul-searching, sweaty-sheeted introspection behold, as he simpered on about [[TheyCalledMeMad just what was wrong each shot and edit evoking the emotional wonder and power of cinema, like a blind man telling you how clever his dog is, while stroking a furry toilet seat with other people]], that they couldn’t see how incredible his story was.
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-->--'''Stuart Millard''', [[http://franticplanet.
wordpress.com/2010/07/21/the-self-destruction-of-m-night-shyamalan/ Stuart Millard]]''', "The Self-Destruction of Creator/MNightShyamalan"
M. Knight Shyamalan]]
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