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Which Film Is Your Favorite?
Redwood
15%
 15%  [ 2 ]
Human Nature
7%
 7%  [ 1 ]
Gameshow
7%
 7%  [ 1 ]
Metroid: Prime
23%
 23%  [ 3 ]
Bad Vs. Evil: Part One
30%
 30%  [ 4 ]
The Way South
7%
 7%  [ 1 ]
Rebirth
7%
 7%  [ 1 ]
Total Votes : 13

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 2:38 pm    Post subject: The 'Make A Movie' Final Products! Reply with quote

Below are the seven final products from the latest round of the make a movie game! Please vote for your favorite final product, and leave any comments desired! A reminder to all game participants: please submit 1) a Oscars ballot (best picture, best director, etc) excluding your own film from candidacy, and 2) brief reviews for each film. Thanks!
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 2:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kiltman presents
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Directed & Written by Joel & Ethan Coen
Roger Deakins - Director of Photography
Carter Burwell - sound/composer
Casey Storm - Costume Design

Synopsis
In an attempt to win the biggest grand prize ever on a Seventies gameshow. The contestants, and about everyone involved, are willing to do anything, and even kill anyone, to be the big winner.

Plot Description
In the mid 1970's, America's fourth most popular gameshow gets sold to a new network. This network, run by Hugh Cardwick (Spacey), decides to make it America's number one watched show. Their big idea? Have one show, in primetime, for one million dollars. Jim Callahan (Rockwell), who once was America's Sweetheart on a favorite 50's sitcom, begrudgingly performs as the happy host of the show. The contestants were supposed to be randomly selected, the first Graham McMullan (McAvoy) was chosen as such. The second, Darren "Ron" Wagner (Foster) landed a spot thanks to his girlfriend Anne Lundquist (Winstead), who is Callahan's on-air assistant Jackie, Anne rigged it for him to get a spot. And Martin Flowers (Root), the third contestant, is actually a network employee handpicked to win their money back. Over the course of the film the characters interact with each other in many unexpected unique ways. The main plot revolves around Callahan dealing with his depression (Sex, Drugs, and Alcohol), while branching off to show the other characters moving the story forward. A couple of bones get broken, and couple of people die. But it all culminates toward the Final Round on the last day. Where on live primetime television, individuals die.



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It's the countdown to go back on-air for the final round, Hugh Cardwick quickly announces to the cast and crew that the plan worked and they are way on top, they have a hit on their hands. As Callahan makes his way on-stage he approaches Cardwick and says "I quit you Son of a B----, oh and I've been f---ing your daughter for a year." He walks backwards with the middle finger salute and a smile from ear to ear. This sends Cardwick into a full on rage, he runs to his office to get a gun. As Callahan asks the question, Graham extends his hand to hit the buzzer..then a gunshot is fired. In a silent slowed motion shot people dont see what happened, then bzzzzzzzzz, the rogue shot landed squarely through the eye of Ron Wagner who's head just slammed down onto the buzzer. Another couple of shots are fired, you see one spark up a neon sign, and another hit Anne Lundquist in the leg. (Comfortably Numb on by Pink Floyd bleeds in) Roger Sullivan, who's always armed since his days in the Pacific Theatre, runs out on stage fires two shots upon seeing Cardwick holding the gun...one in the shoulder and one in the heart. The crowd is going crazy (still in a slowed motion, music continuing), trying to get out, in a slow zoom from above the studio audience you see the destruction as you make your way towards Jim. You see Graham throw up a bit, you see Anne Screaming...the blood from her leg now making a puddle, you get to mid shot of Callahan and he coughs up blood and you see a bullethole in his chest...he collapses (Comfortably Numb comes to the end of a chorus and cuts out). Cuts to the switchboard operator (Tim Blake Nelson) and other crew backstage shocked he quickly gathers himself. "Go to black, Go to F---ing black!" Credits Roll and Mr Blue Sky by ELO begins to play.


Sam Rockwell as Jim Callahan


A child star of a 1950s sitcom Oh, Jimmy!, Jim Callahan road his success to the ripe age of 14, then left the show in hopes of a bigger career. Having no discernible acting talent outside of delivering his increasingly corny one liners on queue, the post-stardom life was a relative roller coaster ride. Now he is so deep into his depression that he thinks he's just about to come out the other side. He's developed split personalities, on/off air, to cope.

Ben Foster as Darren "Ron" Wagner


A draft dodger, con-man, and just generally an a--hole. Ron would normally have no chance at outsmarting anyone, but he knows how to bend the rules more than most. Ron is willing to do absolutely anything to get this hands on the prize.

James Mcavoy as Graham McMullan


A decently educated Scotsmen who has moved to the states with his wife, Mallory (Mulligan), he had been working as a high school teacher until he won a radio contest to become a contestant on the show. Having nothing but the best intentions, he soon finds himself in the middle of something he has nothing & everything to do with.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Anne Lundquist aka Jackie


Anne has rode who looks through life as far as she could, but never getting the big break she was expecting, she started to look for other means of achieving the lavish lifestyle she desperately desired as she killed time on a barely watched gameshow as the on-air assistant Jackie. When she learns of the Big Jackpot her show is about to have, she sneaks he scumbag of a boyfriend onto the contestant list to finally get the money she yearned for. However her foolproof plan quickly blows up, and takes her places she wishes she never went.

Kevin Spacey as Mr. Hugh Cardwick


The eccentric CEO of the Network, Cardwick passive aggressively rules over every facet of the show. However nice he tries to appear to most people, he despises Callahan who left the sitcom he was famous for out of the blue, leaving the network in ruins. After Callahan stumbles back after failing so miserably, Cardwick take the chance to make his life a living hell. Cardwick will do or say anything not to keep the money, which includes putting in a contestant of his own (Root) and when that fails hiring someone to "fix" the problem.

Stephen Root - Martin Flowers


Martin Flowers is about as average as one person can get, he is quiet, unassuming, and a likeable guy. However when the network head starts looking for his own man to put on the show, Root's staggering amount of useless knowledge is just what the CEO was looking for. But he feels Cardwick's wrath first hand when he comes up short.

Paul Dano - Timothy Gardner


The nervous, shy assistant to the show's producer. Tomothy is the polite helping hand around the show. Most people shrug him off, especially Anne...with whom he stalks nearly everynight. Timothy feels the raw intensity of Ron Wagner first hand when he's caught peeping on Anne.


Alison Brie - Laura Cardwick


Laura, is the 23 year old daughter of Network CEO Hugh Cardwick. Sharing hate for her father, Laura sleeps with Jim Callahan quite often.

JK Simmons - as Roger Sullivan


Sarcastic, loyal, and great at what he does. Sullivan controls the chaos of the show as best as it can be. He's always armed, and has gits of anger, most likely attributed to his time in the Pacific theatre.

Additional Cast
Norman Reedus - Edgar Wallace (Jim's Sitcom Brother)
Tim Blake Nelson - Jerry (Switchboard Operator)
Peter Stormare - Nikolas (Cameraman)
Seth Green - Tom (Sound man)
Judy Greer - Jane Naples (Receptionist)
William Fichtner - Mr. Powders (Shows Attorney)
Ed O'Neill- Richard Callahan (Jim's Dad)
Paul Rudd - Don Callahan (Jim's Brother)
Kristen Wiig - Bonnie Callahan (Jim's Sister-in-law)
Jason Segal - Vic (Mailroom Clerk)
Carey mulligan - Mallory (Graham's Wife)
Rashida Jones- Rita Perry (Jim's Childhood friend/sweetheart on/off air)
Nick Offerman - Sheriff Lockton
Jamie Chung - Trixxie (Prostitute)

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 2:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thrill! presents
thrILL! wrote:
Metroid: Prime





Directed by Duncan Jones



Written by thrILL! & Duncan Jones


Starring:

Keira Knightley as Samus Aran




Shia Labeouf as Sparks




Jeremy Renner as Commander Adam Malkovich




Helen Mirren as Lillie




Andy Serkis as Kraid/Ridley




Music based on Hirokazu Tanaka's original score by Trent Reznor




Director of Photography - Hype Williams




Visual SPFX by Industrial Light & Magic





Metroid: Prime wrote:
The film starts at breakneck as we find bounty hunter Samus Aran falling endlessly into an abyss while being pursued by flying creatures. Samus fires off multiple energy bursts killing the pursuing creatures. A voice via comlink warns Samus about approaching bogies from below. Samus switches weapons via touchpad and the arm-cannon switches to a glowing blue color. The cannon fires bursts of ice freezing multiple creatures attacking from below. The comlink voice tells Samus that there's an exit coming up which is the last chance to escape. Samus lands on a frozen creature, vaults toward an attacking creature, flipping in midair before freezing that creature with another burst, vaults off that creature and fires a burst at an energy bubble door that leads out of the abyss. Samus lands and somesaults to safety and stands up. Samus visor shield opens up and we find abeautiful woman inside the armor trying to catch her breath. "Sparks, I made it. I'm inside the edges of Tourian." Samus' visor closes and the screen rolls credits.

We find the G.F.S. Valhalla orbiting the planet Norion in the Kalandor Region, on the fringe of Federation space and Samus' Gunship approaches. The Galactic Federation Police starship is hosting a top secret meeting of utmost importance. Samus is accompanied by her co-pilot Sparks (Shia Labeouf) who she rescued from Space Pirates a couple years ago. Samus is a former highly decorated Galactic Federation Marine Corps member and is the most fearsome bounty hunter in the universe. Samus is surgically strengthened by robotics, to the point of having superpowers. Samus's Power Suit causes even the Space Pirates to fear, as it is capable of absorbing an enemy's power.

Samus is briefed on how Space Pirates attacked a deep-space research vessel (which we see her investigate intertwined with the actual briefing and flashbacks), seizing a capsule containing an unknown life-form recently discovered on Planet SR-388. Though in a state of suspended animation, the life form could be reactivated, and multiplied, when exposed to beta rays for 24 hours. This unknown life-form, suspected as the cause of SR-388's destroyed civilization, was named Metroid by the Federation researchers. SR388 is a planet that was colonized by the Chozo who are a race of highly intelligent, bird-like extraterrestrials (who as we will learn through flashbacks were responsible for raising Samus Aran after the death of her parents and the entire K-2L colony). SR388 has many violent native creatures, the worst of which were the X-Parasites who killed everything like a plague. The Chozo created the Metroids to combat the X on the planet, but the Metroids were so successful they became the dominant species on SR388. The Chozo were driven out of the planet leaving only ruins. Much later in time, the Galactic Federation discovered the Metroids on the planet.

Fearing that the Space Pirates intend to multiply Metroids and use it as a weapon, the Galactic Federation Police launched an assault on Planet Zebes, the Space Pirate headquarters where the Metroids are being held. However, the assault was a complete disaster and the G.F.S. Olympus has not been heard from since. As a last resort, the Federation Police hire Samus (Keira Knightley) to infiltrate Zebes, stop the plans to multiply the Metroids, and destroy Mother Brain, the leader of the Space Pirate operation on Zebes.

Samus is very familiar with Zebes having spent years of her youth there after being rescued by the Chozo. Mother Brain, a sentient organic robot created by the Chozo, predicted that Samus's frail body could not withstand the harsh environment on Zebes. The Chozo successfully integrated Chozo DNA with her own. They then equipped her with the Power Suit (a bio-mechanical suit with the ability to assimilate many weapons and functions) and trained her how to use it and that she must use her power to protect others for the good of the galaxy. At an unspecified point after Samus left the Chozo, she joined up with the Galactic Federation Marine Corps and served under Commander Adam Malkovich (Jeremy Renner) in the Galactic Federation 7th Platoon. Samus learns that it was Malkovich who led the assault on Zebes and has been MIA ever since. Samus investigates some of the orbiting wreckage of GFS battleships as the voiceover of the briefing continues. What she finds is the eviscerated remains of GF Marines and Police soldiers and no survivors.

Sparks remains in the cockpit of the Gunship set in stealth mode and upon Samus' return, they make their way to the planet's surface below. Sparks is very concerned about them being overwhelmingly outnumbered having seen what the Space Pirates did to the GFS assault forces but Samus assures him that she grew up here and knows where to go. Samus battles her way through the Space Pirates HQ which used to be occupied by the Chozo many years ago. She soon realizes that she is going to need significant upgrades to her Power Suit and because of its modular design, it can accept almost any upgrade, regardless of its background. The Power Suit is apparently organic, and can be absorbed into Samus's body at any time. She obtains the Morph Ball upgrade where she can transform into a metallic sphere one meter in diameter. She collapses into a fetal position allowing her to travel through tight passages into which she would normally not be able to fit. She also upgrades her armor capacity, weapon capabilities including missiles, as well as the aerodynamic Screw Attack which lets her destroy attackers in the air.

Samus flashes back to her time spent on Zebes as a child learning from the Chozo as well as adapting to rejoining the human race when she enlists with the GFS. A woman by the name of Lillie (Helen Mirren) befriends Samus and becomes a mother figure for her as she is untrustworthy of other humans. We learn that Lillie was later killed in a Space Pirates attack by one of their leaders Ridley, a dragonlike psychopath with a penchant for destruction. Samus will cross paths with Ridley as well as Kraid, a large creature in charge of the Space Pirate military who attacks by firing projectiles from his abdomen and claws.

Topside, Sparks is trying to help Samus navigate through the realms of Brinstar, Maridia, Norfair, and finally Tourian which houses Mother Brain. After defeating Ridley and Kraid, Samus gains access to Tourian where she comes face to face with the Metroids. Their attack is swift and nearly overwhelming but she manages to fight them off by freezing them and destroying them with missiles. After coming face to face with Mother Brain, she flashes back to what it looked like when it was an ally of the Chozo and how vile and corrupt it has become. To her horror, she finds Commander Malkovich is still alive and somehow fused to the platform housing Mother Brain. Malkovich, barely even conscious, asks her to put him out of his misery which flashes back to a conversation they had years ago.

Samus goes ballistic destroying Mother Brain which activates a self-destruct sequence upon her death. At the same time above, Sparks and the Gunship are discovered by Space Pirates and come under attack while Samus tries to escape the impending explosions. She arrives in time to rescue Sparks, defeat the Pirates, before they race off-world and watch the cataclysmic explosions below.

As the Gunship passes the remains of the Olympus wreckage, we see movement in one of the shadows of the spaceship...

...a Metroid.





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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 2:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Darelle Revis presents
Darrelle Revis wrote:
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Rebirth

Directed by David Fincher
Written by Tony Gilroy
Music by Cliff Martinez
Produced by Paul Greengrass


Short Plot:

An unhappy man wakes up in a different body everyday. He experiences each lifestyle, all the while trying to figure out why this is happening.

Cast



Matt Damon as Todd Seaver. The protagonist (he also narrates his thoughts throughout he film), Todd is an accountant at a corporate office. He is detached from his emotions, wife (Naomi Watts), and son (Anton Yelchin). After a normal, boring day, Todd wakes up in a different body. It continues to happen throughout the film.



John Noble as Phil Sterling (Day 2 Todd). This is the first body Todd wakes up in. Thinking it's a dream, he jumps off his balcony and plunges to his death.



Rooney Mara as Hilary Tamlen (Day 3 Todd). Todd wakes up as Hilary, a 21-year old college student. She is in her dormitory and this is when Todd realized it isn't a dream. Hilary goes to Todd's work and sees that there is no trace of Todd there. At the end of the day, she is hit by a bus and is killed.



Anthony Mackie as Sweet Cee (Day 4 Todd). An aging rap star living off money from his 15 minutes of fame. Todd wakes up next to Cee's wife (Meagan Good), an obvious gold-digger. He spends much of the day alongside his only true friend and father figure, his agent (Ed Harris). He is shot by his wife at the end of the day when he reveals all his money is gone.



Cillian Murphy as Richard Smith Jr (Day 5 Todd). Born with a silver spoon, Richard is under fire for a ponzi scheme run by his father (Kurt Russell) and brother (Charlie Hunnam). He is killed by his brother when they learn of Richard's intentions to testify against the family.



Naomi Watts as Helen Seaver. Todd's wife, she is unhappy because of he detachment from their relationship and son.



Anton Yelchin as Jeff Seaver. Todd's son, he is a smart kid who wants desperately to be closer to his father.



Ron Perlman and Katey Sagal as Milton and Sydney Tamlen. Hilary's (Mara) parents, they visit her at school and can tell she is acting strange.



Charlie Hunnam as Chris Smith. Richard's (Murphy) brother, he had a strong hand in the family's ponzi scheme. Probably the largest supporting role, Hunnam is as cold-blooded as their father. He has no problems getting his hands dirty.



Meagan Good as Shawna Macey. Cee's (Mackie) girlfriend, she is gold-digging him and eventually kills him when he reveals that they are broke.



Kurt Russell as Richard Smith Sr. A cold man, he shows little love to his sons and pioneered a massive ponzi scheme.



Walton Goggins as Ricky Johnson. A pretty minor role, he is Todd's (Damon) assistant in the first day, but when Hilary (Mara) goes to the office, Ricky has Todd's job and is a big-shot in the office. He is extremely smug.

Plot

The film is split into 6 days:

Day 1 - Todd Seaver (Matt Damon) leads a very average life. He is an accountant in New York City who hates his job and is emotionally attached from his wife (Naomi Watts) and son (Anton Yelchin). His wife and son leave the house for an overnight school trip. At the end of the day, we see him walk into the bathroom, then it cuts to Todd falling asleep.

Day 2 - An older man (John Noble) wakes up in his apartment. He is in shock. This is the first time Todd (Damon) narrates his thoughts. Convinced this is just an Inception-type lucid dream, the man jumps from his balcony and falls to his death in order to wake up.

Day 3 - Todd doesn't wake up in his bed. This time, he is a college girl (Rooney Mara) whose parents (Ron Perlman and Katey Sagal) are visiting her dorm. She is trying to keep her cool, and she gets her parents out (who seem to think she's on drugs). Trying to figure out what's happening, she goes home, only to find an older couple living there. She goes to his office, only to find Todd's assistant (Walton Goggins) working in Todd's job. Her thoughts (still narrated by Damon) are frantic and now more confused rather than shocked. On her way out of the building, the girl is hit by a car and killed.

Day 4 - Todd now wakes up in a lavish room next to a beautiful young woman (Meagan Good). This time, he is semi-famous rapper Sweet Cee (Anthony Mackie). Cee is living out off his small fortune from his 2009 hit album, "Hi-Cee". His wife is gold-digging him and his only true friend is his agent (Ed Harris). Todd loves this exciting lifestyle, but realizes the downside when Sweet Cee is murdered by his wife after finding out his money was lost in a ponzi scheme.

Day 5 - Todd now hates his curse. At this point, he wants nothing more than to wake up. This time, he is Richard Smith Jr., the son of famous Billionaire, Richard Smith Sr. (Kurt Russell). The Smiths are in the midst of a huge scandal following their enormous ponzi scheme, ran by Smith Sr. and his other son (Charlie Hunnam). Todd learns that the actual Jr. was planning to testify against his family. Todd is appalled at these other lifestyles and wants it to all end. When Jr.'s brother (Hunnam) finds out about the testifying, he shoots Jr. point blank.

Day 6 - Todd wakes up alone on his floor, but this time he is in his own body. There is puke all over his face and he looks awful. Todd stumbles into his bathroom, only to find a bottle of pills and some vodka. We realize that in the first day when Todd was in the bathroom, he had attempted to kill himself. But Todd no longer wants to kill himself. After experiencing four lives that got progressively worse, all he wants is his family. He prepares a great dinner for his family and the final shot is of Todd walking into work and quitting his job.


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B.Y. Presents
B.Y. wrote:
Bad vs. Evil: Part One
Directed by Guy Ritchie


Bad vs. Evil: Part One is a fusion serial killer film that combines historical fiction, famous fictional serial killers, meta/dark humor, film noir, and modern slasher. Charles Manson (Jeremy Davies) recruits serial killers Jack The Ripper (Johnny Depp) and Ghostface (unknown) to carry out his predicted racial apocalypse as he hopes to rise as the leader of the world in the wake of his planned assassination of Barack Obama. Protagonist Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) plans to destroy Manson and his associates as he recruits the help of Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) and Jigsaw (Tobin Bell).

TEAM DEXTER
Michael C Hall – Dexter Morgan


Tobin Bell – Jigsaw


Christian Bale - Patrick Bateman


MANSON FAMILY LEADERS
Jeremy Davies – Charles Manson


Johnny Depp – Jack The Ripper


? – Ghostface


OTHER MANSON FAMILY
Charlize Theron – Leslie van Houten
Rebecca Mader – Lynette Fromm
Michael Emerson – Clem Crogan

OTHER CHARACTERS
Jennifer Carpenter - Debra Morgan (Dexter’s sister, Lieutenant of Miami Metro Homicide)
Desmond Harrington – Joey Quinn (Dexter’s co-worker, hot headed and hates him)
Luke Andrew Kruntchev – Harrison Morgan (Dexter’s toddler son)
David Zayas – Angel Batista (Dexter’s sergeant)
Reese Witherspoon - (Bateman’s fiancé)
Josh Lucas – Craig McDermott (Bateman’s co-worker)
Minka Kelly – Joan (McDermott’s girlfriend and a Ghostface victim)
Dianna Agron – (Ghostface victim)
Andrew Tiernan – (Jigsaw victim)
Maggie Grace – (Manson family victim)
Barack Obama – Barack Obama

Plot:
The film opens with a stylized montage of murders which introduce our main six serial killers. First is Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale); he has his fiancé (Reese Witherspoon) over for dinner at his upscale NYC apartment. He sprays some cologne on in the bathroom and then slips something into her drink which puts her into a daze. He coats the apartment with newspaper and garbage bags and proceeds to violently murder her with a large knife as he listens to Huey Lewis and the News.
Next is Jack The Ripper (Johnny Depp). An anonymous prostitute is drunkenly stumbling around a dark New York City street. Suddenly The Ripper grabs her and throws her into an alley. He cuts her body open with a knife and begins to pull out organs (which the camera captures as the shots are tight), followed by a deep slash to the neck.

Next is Ghostface Killer (actor unknown). As two young women (Dianna Agron and Minka Kelly) watch a movie in one of their Brooklyn homes, Ghostface calls them on the phone, torments them verbally, and then comes out of nowhere with his huge knife. He stabs one (Dianna Agron) dead, but only slashed the other (Minka Kelly) as she escapes out of the window.

We are now taken to a Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) trap. A man (Andrew Tiernan) wakes up in a dark and filthy room in a tank. A recorder comes on saying it wants to play a game and that he must free himself from his tank if he wants to live again. The man fails and acid fills the tank as he is corroded alive.

The montage changes to narrative.
We’re introduced to Charles Manson (Jeremy Davies) in his Westchester, NY home. He sits at a dinner table with Clem Crogan (Michael Emerson), Leslie van Houten (Charlize Theron), and Lynette Fromme (Rebecca Mader). At the head of the table is a woman strapped to a chair (Maggie Grace). She begs for her life as the Manson family members eat. Eventually Lynette slashes her throat open, they bag her, and send her body off on a pick-up truck.

Manson tells his “family” that the world will soon be at war. A war between all of the races in the world who are battling over dominance. He says that because this war is inevitable, they should capitalize on the destruction and rise as leaders of the new world left in the ashes of devastation. He continues to say that killing the President, Barack Obama, will greatly accelerate this process as it eliminates the leader of both a race and the country. He also says they need to enlist the help of some people capable of murdering for their cause to strengthen the family.

Finally we’re shown our “protagonist” Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) who narrates his thoughts when on screen. He is at his job at the Miami Metro Homicide Department as a blood spatter analyst. He works with his sister Lieutenant Debra Morgan (Jennifer Carpenter), his sergeant Angel Batista (David Zayas), and detective Joey Quinn (Desmond Harrington) who hates him. After a normal day at the job, he returns home to his toddler son Harrison (Luke Andrew Kruntchev). He sits with Harrison on the couch and turns on the TV. He finds a TV special about recent serial killings in New York at the hands of unknown entities. As a serial killer of serial killers, Dexter is intrigued.

The following day, Dexter cannot concentrate at his job, as he can only think about the unsolved serial killings in New York. He leaves work early and leaves Harrison with a nanny as he decides to take a secret road trip to New York to investigate for himself. He tells his sister (Carpenter) that he needs a sick day.

Dexter is off to New York, with his first stop in Westchester where he wants to do recon on the rumored Manson family. Having searched the national database for DNA information and criminal records, he located the house to do a search. As he breaks in he quietly rummages through the house, stumbling upon a diary-like book. As he leafs through it, he finds that it reads like a manifesto. After somewhat learning the plans of the family, he collects some more information and leaves.

Realizing the scope of the situation, Dexter becomes overwhelmed as he sits in a motel room. He calculates the risks involved with him taking on the family by himself and realizes that it is an impossible task. He decides that he should further investigate other non-Manson related murders in New York to potentially find someone with similar motives to him.

Some time passes as Dexter investigates further, he ignores all calls to his cell phone and has left all of his co-workers and family with no idea where he is. Finally he locates Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale), and slips into his apartment in the night where Dexter assumes he’ll be asleep. When he instead walks in on is a murder as Bateman is slashing up a businessman.

Dexter connects with Bateman. They both have the drive to kill and they can’t control it. After enlisting Bateman in his mission to take down the Manson family, he moves on to try and find Jigsaw (Tobin Bell).
Meanwhile the Manson family have recruited Jack The Ripper (Johnny Depp) and Ghostface to help accelerate the race war. The Ripper murders ten local officials on behalf of the family and Ghostface slashes up several of the Manson’s adversaries. The plot to assassinate President Obama is right on track as the President is scheduled to speak in Central Park in three weeks.

Meanwhile Dexter has found Jigsaw (Tobin Bell), who more than anyone understands Dexter and why he kills. Jigsaw puts bad people in situations where they can prove whether they value life. Jigsaw agrees to take care of Manson members if Dexter locates them.

Joey Quinn (Harrington), Dexter’s co-worker who hates him, believes Dexter is up to no good and recalls his fascination with the serial killers in New York. He too leaves Miami Metro without notice determined to find Dexter and stop him from murdering anyone. His sister Debra (Carpenter) is without any option other than to follow Quinn.

With the assassination plot fast approaching, Dexter and Jigsaw together track down and kill multiple family members. Bateman (Bale) proves to be less reliable and consumed in other more material things like money. His co-worker Craig McDermott (Josh Lucas) has become suspicious of him. Bateman does kill Leslie van Houten (Theron) which maintains some trust within Team Dexter.

Charles Manson (Davies) and The Ripper (Depp) have become very close during their time together. Their wave of insane murders ripples through the state of New York. Ghostface kills the most of all, destroying communities and terrorizing towns.

Dexter cannot locate Manson or his associates who have now abandoned their house and are nowhere to be found. He almost becomes hopeless as Obama’s speech nears.

Dexter is at Bateman’s apartment about to have dinner when suddenly the doorbell rings. In walks his co-worker Craig McDermott (Josh Lucas) and his girlfriend Joan (Minka Kelly) to have dinner with them. Dexter is alarmed by Bateman’s stupidity as he intended to keep their association with each other a secret. He notices Bateman begins to look uncomfortable as he is meeting McDermott’s girlfriend for the first time. Joan too becomes shaken up. When McDermott asks why, she reveals a deep slash wound on her back and says the Ghostface killer was wearing the same cologne as Bateman is.

Suddenly panicked, Bateman rushes his houseguests with a kitchen knife, killing Joan but then getting restrained by McDermott and Dexter. Dexter now improvising flashes his Miami Metro badge (pretending it is NYPD) at McDermott and tells him to leave the apartment as he will be detaining Bateman. After shoving McDermott out the door, he ties up Bateman and an ensuing interrogation reveals him to be Ghostface.

He wraps up Joan’s body and searches Bateman’s phone records right in front of him, which results in the contact information for key Manson members.

Bateman is brought to Jigsaw, who puts him in a trap. We see him in the trap, but the results are unknown.

The day of the President’s speech has come. Dexter alone locates key Manson members and ties them up in their original Westchester house, milking the information out of them that The Ripper will be doing the deed at the speech. Quickly driving back into the city, he scouts the extremely crowded Central Park for The Ripper. What he instead finds is his sister and co-worker searching the park for him. Dexter quickly hides.

The speech is underway and he feels helpless, when suddenly the crowd starts roaring in terror. Dexter is confused as Obama is ushered out safely. What he instead sees is The Ripper dead and a bloodied Patrick Bateman in handcuffs. Extremely confused, Dexter escapes back to Jigsaw who says that Bateman escaped Jigsaw’s trap, proving his will to live. Dexter is furious with this but now sees the error in his trusting of anyone else besides himself. Jigsaw isn’t going to murder anyone, he will always do things his way. Bateman never should have been trusted regardless. The assassination attempt is spoiled, but Manson himself is on the loose.

Dexter returns to Miami and is greeted by a firing for his disappearance. He returns home to find his apartment has been broken into. He is greeted by Charles Manson chained to a chair and Jigsaw sitting on his couch. Jigsaw had followed Dexter, concerned he’d now be hunted by Manson. After Manson attempted to greet Dexter in his own home, Jigsaw chained up him. The movie ends with a stylized ultra-slow motion stabbing of Manson right through the chest with a dagger by Dexter as the knife slowly penetrates his chest.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 2:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Greg Jennings Presents
B.Y. wrote:
Bad vs. Evil: Part One
Directed by Guy Ritchie


Bad vs. Evil: Part One is a fusion serial killer film that combines historical fiction, famous fictional serial killers, meta/dark humor, film noir, and modern slasher. Charles Manson (Jeremy Davies) recruits serial killers Jack The Ripper (Johnny Depp) and Ghostface (unknown) to carry out his predicted racial apocalypse as he hopes to rise as the leader of the world in the wake of his planned assassination of Barack Obama. Protagonist Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) plans to destroy Manson and his associates as he recruits the help of Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) and Jigsaw (Tobin Bell).

TEAM DEXTER
Michael C Hall – Dexter Morgan


Tobin Bell – Jigsaw


Christian Bale - Patrick Bateman


MANSON FAMILY LEADERS
Jeremy Davies – Charles Manson


Johnny Depp – Jack The Ripper


? – Ghostface


OTHER MANSON FAMILY
Charlize Theron – Leslie van Houten
Rebecca Mader – Lynette Fromm
Michael Emerson – Clem Crogan

OTHER CHARACTERS
Jennifer Carpenter - Debra Morgan (Dexter’s sister, Lieutenant of Miami Metro Homicide)
Desmond Harrington – Joey Quinn (Dexter’s co-worker, hot headed and hates him)
Luke Andrew Kruntchev – Harrison Morgan (Dexter’s toddler son)
David Zayas – Angel Batista (Dexter’s sergeant)
Reese Witherspoon - (Bateman’s fiancé)
Josh Lucas – Craig McDermott (Bateman’s co-worker)
Minka Kelly – Joan (McDermott’s girlfriend and a Ghostface victim)
Dianna Agron – (Ghostface victim)
Andrew Tiernan – (Jigsaw victim)
Maggie Grace – (Manson family victim)
Barack Obama – Barack Obama

Plot:
The film opens with a stylized montage of murders which introduce our main six serial killers. First is Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale); he has his fiancé (Reese Witherspoon) over for dinner at his upscale NYC apartment. He sprays some cologne on in the bathroom and then slips something into her drink which puts her into a daze. He coats the apartment with newspaper and garbage bags and proceeds to violently murder her with a large knife as he listens to Huey Lewis and the News.
Next is Jack The Ripper (Johnny Depp). An anonymous prostitute is drunkenly stumbling around a dark New York City street. Suddenly The Ripper grabs her and throws her into an alley. He cuts her body open with a knife and begins to pull out organs (which the camera captures as the shots are tight), followed by a deep slash to the neck.

Next is Ghostface Killer (actor unknown). As two young women (Dianna Agron and Minka Kelly) watch a movie in one of their Brooklyn homes, Ghostface calls them on the phone, torments them verbally, and then comes out of nowhere with his huge knife. He stabs one (Dianna Agron) dead, but only slashed the other (Minka Kelly) as she escapes out of the window.

We are now taken to a Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) trap. A man (Andrew Tiernan) wakes up in a dark and filthy room in a tank. A recorder comes on saying it wants to play a game and that he must free himself from his tank if he wants to live again. The man fails and acid fills the tank as he is corroded alive.

The montage changes to narrative.
We’re introduced to Charles Manson (Jeremy Davies) in his Westchester, NY home. He sits at a dinner table with Clem Crogan (Michael Emerson), Leslie van Houten (Charlize Theron), and Lynette Fromme (Rebecca Mader). At the head of the table is a woman strapped to a chair (Maggie Grace). She begs for her life as the Manson family members eat. Eventually Lynette slashes her throat open, they bag her, and send her body off on a pick-up truck.

Manson tells his “family” that the world will soon be at war. A war between all of the races in the world who are battling over dominance. He says that because this war is inevitable, they should capitalize on the destruction and rise as leaders of the new world left in the ashes of devastation. He continues to say that killing the President, Barack Obama, will greatly accelerate this process as it eliminates the leader of both a race and the country. He also says they need to enlist the help of some people capable of murdering for their cause to strengthen the family.

Finally we’re shown our “protagonist” Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) who narrates his thoughts when on screen. He is at his job at the Miami Metro Homicide Department as a blood spatter analyst. He works with his sister Lieutenant Debra Morgan (Jennifer Carpenter), his sergeant Angel Batista (David Zayas), and detective Joey Quinn (Desmond Harrington) who hates him. After a normal day at the job, he returns home to his toddler son Harrison (Luke Andrew Kruntchev). He sits with Harrison on the couch and turns on the TV. He finds a TV special about recent serial killings in New York at the hands of unknown entities. As a serial killer of serial killers, Dexter is intrigued.

The following day, Dexter cannot concentrate at his job, as he can only think about the unsolved serial killings in New York. He leaves work early and leaves Harrison with a nanny as he decides to take a secret road trip to New York to investigate for himself. He tells his sister (Carpenter) that he needs a sick day.

Dexter is off to New York, with his first stop in Westchester where he wants to do recon on the rumored Manson family. Having searched the national database for DNA information and criminal records, he located the house to do a search. As he breaks in he quietly rummages through the house, stumbling upon a diary-like book. As he leafs through it, he finds that it reads like a manifesto. After somewhat learning the plans of the family, he collects some more information and leaves.

Realizing the scope of the situation, Dexter becomes overwhelmed as he sits in a motel room. He calculates the risks involved with him taking on the family by himself and realizes that it is an impossible task. He decides that he should further investigate other non-Manson related murders in New York to potentially find someone with similar motives to him.

Some time passes as Dexter investigates further, he ignores all calls to his cell phone and has left all of his co-workers and family with no idea where he is. Finally he locates Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale), and slips into his apartment in the night where Dexter assumes he’ll be asleep. When he instead walks in on is a murder as Bateman is slashing up a businessman.

Dexter connects with Bateman. They both have the drive to kill and they can’t control it. After enlisting Bateman in his mission to take down the Manson family, he moves on to try and find Jigsaw (Tobin Bell).
Meanwhile the Manson family have recruited Jack The Ripper (Johnny Depp) and Ghostface to help accelerate the race war. The Ripper murders ten local officials on behalf of the family and Ghostface slashes up several of the Manson’s adversaries. The plot to assassinate President Obama is right on track as the President is scheduled to speak in Central Park in three weeks.

Meanwhile Dexter has found Jigsaw (Tobin Bell), who more than anyone understands Dexter and why he kills. Jigsaw puts bad people in situations where they can prove whether they value life. Jigsaw agrees to take care of Manson members if Dexter locates them.

Joey Quinn (Harrington), Dexter’s co-worker who hates him, believes Dexter is up to no good and recalls his fascination with the serial killers in New York. He too leaves Miami Metro without notice determined to find Dexter and stop him from murdering anyone. His sister Debra (Carpenter) is without any option other than to follow Quinn.

With the assassination plot fast approaching, Dexter and Jigsaw together track down and kill multiple family members. Bateman (Bale) proves to be less reliable and consumed in other more material things like money. His co-worker Craig McDermott (Josh Lucas) has become suspicious of him. Bateman does kill Leslie van Houten (Theron) which maintains some trust within Team Dexter.

Charles Manson (Davies) and The Ripper (Depp) have become very close during their time together. Their wave of insane murders ripples through the state of New York. Ghostface kills the most of all, destroying communities and terrorizing towns.

Dexter cannot locate Manson or his associates who have now abandoned their house and are nowhere to be found. He almost becomes hopeless as Obama’s speech nears.

Dexter is at Bateman’s apartment about to have dinner when suddenly the doorbell rings. In walks his co-worker Craig McDermott (Josh Lucas) and his girlfriend Joan (Minka Kelly) to have dinner with them. Dexter is alarmed by Bateman’s stupidity as he intended to keep their association with each other a secret. He notices Bateman begins to look uncomfortable as he is meeting McDermott’s girlfriend for the first time. Joan too becomes shaken up. When McDermott asks why, she reveals a deep slash wound on her back and says the Ghostface killer was wearing the same cologne as Bateman is.

Suddenly panicked, Bateman rushes his houseguests with a kitchen knife, killing Joan but then getting restrained by McDermott and Dexter. Dexter now improvising flashes his Miami Metro badge (pretending it is NYPD) at McDermott and tells him to leave the apartment as he will be detaining Bateman. After shoving McDermott out the door, he ties up Bateman and an ensuing interrogation reveals him to be Ghostface.

He wraps up Joan’s body and searches Bateman’s phone records right in front of him, which results in the contact information for key Manson members.

Bateman is brought to Jigsaw, who puts him in a trap. We see him in the trap, but the results are unknown.

The day of the President’s speech has come. Dexter alone locates key Manson members and ties them up in their original Westchester house, milking the information out of them that The Ripper will be doing the deed at the speech. Quickly driving back into the city, he scouts the extremely crowded Central Park for The Ripper. What he instead finds is his sister and co-worker searching the park for him. Dexter quickly hides.

The speech is underway and he feels helpless, when suddenly the crowd starts roaring in terror. Dexter is confused as Obama is ushered out safely. What he instead sees is The Ripper dead and a bloodied Patrick Bateman in handcuffs. Extremely confused, Dexter escapes back to Jigsaw who says that Bateman escaped Jigsaw’s trap, proving his will to live. Dexter is furious with this but now sees the error in his trusting of anyone else besides himself. Jigsaw isn’t going to murder anyone, he will always do things his way. Bateman never should have been trusted regardless. The assassination attempt is spoiled, but Manson himself is on the loose.

Dexter returns to Miami and is greeted by a firing for his disappearance. He returns home to find his apartment has been broken into. He is greeted by Charles Manson chained to a chair and Jigsaw sitting on his couch. Jigsaw had followed Dexter, concerned he’d now be hunted by Manson. After Manson attempted to greet Dexter in his own home, Jigsaw chained up him. The movie ends with a stylized ultra-slow motion stabbing of Manson right through the chest with a dagger by Dexter as the knife slowly penetrates his chest.

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Adrenaline Flux Presents

Adrenaline_Flux wrote:
Redwood

Synopsis

Redwood is the story of Jason Redwood (Zach Braff) told by his best friend, Eric Williams (Story - Joseph Gordon-Levitt; Narrator - Ian McKellen), many years in the future. Redwood is an aspiring comedian working on his dream in Los Angeles while living with college friend Williams and his girlfriend Laura Walters (Kate Bosworth). The main story arc occurs 6 months after a tragedy took the life of one of Redwood and Williams' best friends from college, Curtis Collins (Michael Fassbender). With moderate help, including from his therapist Dr. Sam Reynolds (Robert Downey Jr.), Redwood has to fight through the hardships of working toward a dream, getting past a major personal tragedy, and the struggles with the girl of his dreams Trish Underwood (Kirsten Dunst).

Cast



Director - Jason Reitman



Producer/Writer - Adrenaline_Flux



Zach Braff as Jason Redwood

Jason Redwood is an aspiring comedian who seems to be able to keep a cheery mood despite being low on money and struggling with moving past a tragedy and with his love life.



Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Eric Williams

Eric Williams is Redwood's best friend and roommate. They have known each other since college. Williams has a bit of money from an inheritance he got when his father died.



Michael Fassbender as Curtis Collins

Curtis Collins was the other best friend of Redwood and Williams in college. The main story arc in the film is based 6 months after he died in an airplane crash coming from Germany to their apartment in Los Angeles to surprise his friends.



Robert Downey Jr. as Dr. Sam Reynolds

Dr. Sam Reynolds is Redwood's therapist. He is a womanizer.



Kate Bosworth as Laura Walters

Laura Walters is the girlfriend of Eric Williams. She has a heart of gold, but is often in the wrong place at the wrong time. She lives with Redwood and Williams.



Kirsten Dunst as Trish Underwood

Trish Underwood is Redwood's love interest in the main story arc.



Jorge Garcia as Garrett Sanchez

Garrett Sanchez is the owner, main operator, and lead performer at the comedy club that Redwood does shows at.



Ian McKellen as the Narrator

The story is told at an undisclosed time in the not-so-near future by an elder Eric Williams.



Michael Clarke Duncan as the Neighbor

The neighbor is... well... the neighbor of Redwood, Williams, and Walters. He remains unnamed to the trio, because they try to keep their distance from him due to random outbursts - which can be scary, or funny. Is often a source of Redwood's material.

Plot

The story begins with an overview of a comedy club named "El Comico" and the voice of an elder Eric Williams (Ian McKellen) ---

- (- = narration) "This is not an ordinary story. To speak of a man like Jason Redwood (Zach Braff), an ordinary story would do him no justice. I have only recited this story once before, but I know it better than the back of my hand." -

A man is shown holding a mic smiling on a stage in front of an audience of about 300 people.

"Hello, folks, I am Jason Redwood and for the next - oh - half hour or so, I will be giving a show that'll be just a little more than half of your money's worth." "Really though, being a comedian is an interesting profession. I mean, a lot of jokes comedians, myself included, tell are geared to make fun of ourselves. What other profession is there that you can make fun of your ability and not only see your client not freak out, but actually get happier? Architect? 'Yeah, so, here's my building design. I'm not really sure if it will hold up here, but go ahead and use it.' Or like, what about a doctor or a dentist? 'Yeah, I'm really not that good... so, time to work on your health.' Nah. That kind of stuff doesn't really fly anywhere else. Nobody wants to hear that before they have surgery or have a drill put in their mouth. That reminds me. I ALWAYS get asked 'Jason, why do you want to be a comedian?' And by always get asked I mean the last 4 times I've talked to my parents since dropping out of medical school."

The next scene begins with Redwood introducing the next comedian, his boss, Garrett Sanchez (Jorge Garcia). Redwood makes his way backstage and heads to the bathroom. His smile has faded and he throws water on his face.

- "Redwood, as we always called him, almost always had a smile on his face. Almost always. See, this was about 6 months after our college roommate from Germany, Curtis Collins (Michael Fassbender), had died in an airplane crash on his way to visit us from Germany." -

-- (-- = flashback) Three men are sitting around playing cards and smoking cigars.
Eric Williams (Joseph Gordon-Levitt): "So, I have a bit of an announcement to make."
Redwood: "I knew it."
Williams *smiling*: "No, not quite. Laura (Kate Bosworth) and I got into a grad school near where you'll be going to medical school. We can live with you if you are still okay with that."
Collins: "That's fantastic. I'll help you guys move in before I head back to Germany."
Redwood: "You better visit us."
Collins: "Of course" *lays down his hand and smiles* Who else will be as good of sports when I whoop them in Texas?
Redwood: Don't speak so soon. Your arm looks like a terrific ashtray and I seem about done.
*Eric is shown laughing* --

In the mirror, Redwood sees Eric and he turns around to greet him."Eric!"
Eric: "You know, I really should hit you for lying every single show. Another good one, buddy."
Redwood: "If you say so. Come on, lettuce head home."

As they enter their apartment, they are met with a cloud of smoke.
Eric: "LAURA WALTERS WHAT IS GOING ON HERE?"
Laura *running from the kitchen*: Uhh is it okay if we eat out tonight?
Eric: "Why?"
Laura: "No reason... I love you."
Eric: "I love you too... Jason, do you want to eat with us tonight?"
Redwood: "Can't. I have plans with Trish."

- "Trish Underwood (Kirsten Dunst) was the love of Jason Redwood's life. Laura and I weren't too fond of her for the longest time. We, like Jason, had met her in college. We actually introduced them. Jason fell in love with her almost immediately. Trish fell in love with the idea of having a safetynet. She kept him on the hook from that point on." -

Redwood is shown sitting in a fancy restaurant by himself, impatiently looking at his watch. He sighs before pulling out his cell phone and calling Trish.

Redwood: "Hey, where are you?"
Trish: "Oh, I'm sorry, didn't you get my text? I had something come up. I'm really sorry."
Redwood: "It's fine."

Redwood then calls Eric.

Redwood: "Still have room for one more?"
Eric: "Of course. We haven't even left yet. You have to do me a favor though." *In the background... Laura: "You two are horrible!"*
Redwood: "I'm about to do it. The waiter is coming. I'll meet you back at the apartment."

Redwood: "Waiter! I'm ready to order."
Waiter: "What would you like?"
Redwood: "Is there anything more expensive than... this" *points*
Waiter: "I don't believe so, sir."
Redwood: "I'll take that."

About three minutes after the waiter has left, Redwood leaves to head back to the apartment. On the table is a note that reads: "Sorry, but I was called back to heaven. I am a ghost. I left you a tip, but I'm not sure if you can see it. Good night and good luck."

Later that night, Redwood is shown laying straight on his back wide awake. Giggling from Eric and Laura can be heard coming from a different room. Redwood turns on his side and tries to go to sleep today.

-- A Flashback is shown of when Redwood met Trish --

The next morning, Redwood is shown talking to Eric.

Redwood: "Hey, I have about half of the month's rent, but I can get you the rest b-"
Eric: "Don't worry about it. I have you covered. I understand."

Redwood looks a bit disappointed before turning to leave. He exits the apartment and here's a ruckus coming from his neighbor's (Michael Clarke Duncan) apartment. "JUST PUT ON THE TOP HAT AND LET THE PARROT SING THE FRIGGING ANTHEM."

Redwood enters a large brick building to visit his therapist, Dr. Sam Reynolds (Robert Downey Jr.). They greet each other and they begin talking before Dr. Reynolds receives a phone call.

Reynolds: "Hey, do me a favor and yell 'Thanks Doc, I'm not going to kill myself anymore.'"
Redwood: "uhh... THANKS DOC, I'M NOT GOING TO KILL MYSELF ANYMORE."
Reynolds: "Oh yes, hello? Oh, that was just a patient of mine. He's had a bit of a rough time, but I'm just doing my job. So what's up?"

- "Jason had decided to try out therapy after struggling to keep himself mentally and emotionally there the last few months. He was in serious debt, was working two jobs, was putting up with Trish's games, and, most importantly, was still getting through the death of our friend Curtis Collins." -

-- A flashback is shown of Redwood and Collins in college. Redwood is discussing his issues with Trish with Collins and is talking about being conflicted with his career path. He knows that there is more money in the medical field and that that's what his parents want, but it still isn't what he wants. Collins encourages him to pursue things with Trish if he truly thinks she is worth it, regardless of what it takes and how Eric and Laura feel. He also encourages him to head into comedy if it's really what he wants to do. --

Redwood is doing stand-up and what he is saying is inaudible, but a montage is shown of: Redwood and Eric entering a prank war, Laura getting into odd and embarrassing situations, Trish going back and forth with Redwood (back and forth being back and forth from showing affection and showing disinterest), and Redwood's interesting encounters with The Neighbor and Dr. Sam Reynolds. - "Over the next couple of months, Jason's life was very much the same as what I've told you so far. This is really when Jason began to first hit his stride comically. Between all of us, he had enough material to constantly be adding to and changing up his routine. Soon enough, El Comico was THE place to be on a "prime night" as we liked to call it. And that's when everything changed." -

After one of his shows where he headlined, Redwood is shown heading backstage, but is stopped before he can reach the bathroom by his boss, Garrett Sanchez. He tells him that he received a phone call from a label company headed in New York City that wants to interview him.

The next scene opens up with Redwood and Eric on an airplane. Redwood thanks Eric for coming with him and Eric says no problem. He then pulls a prank on the stewardess making her get the attention of Redwood. She flirts with him a bit before heading on her way.

Eric: "Why didn't you get her number?"
Redwood: "Well, I'll probably never see her again anyway."
Eric *smirking*: "If you get the job and come here and have her number... then you might."
Redwood: "Well, I don't know if I'll take the job even if they offer me it. I mean, it'd be far away from you guys and from Tr-"
Eric: "Stop it. Stop it right now. Go to her and get her number. Do something for yourself for once."

Redwood looks at him for a moment; partially in shock and partially just pondering. After a moment, he heads over and begins talking to the stewardess. She whispers in his ear and then the two disappear into the bathroom. After he comes back, Eric is sitting there smiling ear to ear.

Redwood: "I didn't get her number."
Eric: "That's okay."

The next scene is filled with brief shots of Redwood and Eric traveling throughout New York City pulling numerous pranks, dressing up as different people, and doing random things. At the end of the scene it shows Redwood getting dressed up for his interview.

Eric: "So, Mr. Redwood... why do you want to be a comedian?"
Redwood *fitting on his tie and looking dead ahead away from Eric*: "Because Collins told me to pursue my dreams."

- "It was at that moment that I knew that he wasn't going to take that job. I thought it foolish of him at the time, but without this happening then I very well may not be speaking here right now. None of us really ever know how things will turn out." -

As Redwood gets back to his apartment after leaving the airport, he finds Trish outside of his apartment crying. Eric heads inside as Redwood and Trish head outside to talk.

Redwood: "Listen, if this is about problems you have with another guy that doesn't treat you well then I'm not gonna hear it because I'm do-"

Redwood is cut off as Trish kisses him. It's not like any of the kisses they've shared before have been. There's always been passion in them, but this one has more - it has acceptance. After the kiss, Trish explains to him that she's had feelings for a long time, but has ignored them because she's scared about heading toward something that serious, but she's realized that she's more afraid to lose him.

The Neighbor *yelling out of his window*: ROMO GOT THE SPOT DOWN BUT WHERE'S THE RAIN?

Trish and Redwood laugh and kiss again as the scene ends.

- *Again, as a montage shows.* "The next four months, the relationship between Trish and Redwood went through what we call the 'honeymoon stage.' Redwood stopped seeing Dr. Reynolds, which ironically sent Dr. Reynolds into a slight depression as Redwood was his best client in terms of wingmen. Redwood promised to see him at least once a month though to help him with his endeavors. The Neighbor no longer lived next door. He got arrested for filling post office boxes with lucky charms claiming he was trying to capture Lucky. When the police searched his place, they found he had been trying to grow cigarettes in a garden in his kitchen with cigarette butts, had buried a bicycle under his floorboard, and that he slept on a mini rectangular trampoline. That brings us to what happened next." -

In the apartment, Redwood and Eric are sitting at a table staring at each other without blinking. Finally, from a bit away on the couch, Laura pipes up: "Will one of you just say something? I swear you two are children sometimes."

Redwood and Eric: "No we aren't, stupid face."

Both snicker before going back to staring at each other. Finally, Eric sighs and asks: "Do you honestly believe that this is the right thing to do?"

Redwood: "Yes. I know we have only been dating a few months, but we've been close for so much longer than that and you know how much I love her. Besides, when do you think we'll have this kind of opportunity again?"

Eric: "We won't."

Redwood: "Exactly. It's really cheap since tall, dark, and handsome was such a nutjob and it's right next to you guys. It's the perfect set-up and it'd make things so much easier."

Eric: "Do what you want. It'd be nice to have you closer, but I just don't think it's a good idea."

Redwood: "Well, it's settled, because I know it is."

-- Redwood looks nervous as he is walking to his dorm room with his key. His parents are outside getting things in order to help him move in and start the next part of his life. He sighs before opening the door and then yells. He rushes in and we see a younger Eric with a huge metal cabinet laying on his legs and he yells "I can't feel mah legs!" Redwood panics as he lifts the cabinet off his legs. Eric gets up, smirks, and sticks out his hand and says "Hey, I'm your roommate Eric Williams. Nice to meet you. Next time, don't take so long." --

The next scene opens with Redwood and Trish on the couch, in their new apartment, watching movies.

Trish: You know, sometimes it upsets me.

Redwood: ... what?

Trish: I could have had all of this years ago.

She smiles looking up at him and he smiles back down at her.

Redwood: Well, as painful as it was, I think things have worked out for the best.

He kisses her.

Trish: Come on, let's go to bed.

Redwood: You go ahead, I need to go for a quick jog. I'll be there shortly.

Trish looks a bit concerned, but then nods her head and heads off to the bedroom. Redwood goes outside and begins jogging. After a few miles, he heads into a park and sits down on the swings. He's breathing heavily, before he focuses on controlling his breathing a bit more. He just sits there a few moments before screaming.

Redwood: "Curtis, it was supposed to be us 3."

A pause.

"We were brothers."

A pause.

"I just really miss you, man. I just want to see you again. I want to talk to you again."

A few tears leave his eyes.

"I took your advice. I followed my dreams. What's funny though is that I had to sacrifice one for the other and I don't know if I'll ever have that kind of opportunity again. Or if Trish will even stick around if I can't ever get a good job and provide for her like she deserves."

A pause.

"I don't know why I'm even talking. This is stupid. I sound like a maniac talking to a man that isn't here."

Redwood begins to shake his head and get up as a breeze blows through and a faint "soon" can be heard. Redwood pauses before denouncing it as just the wind.

- "We all have huge moments in our lives that change or lives. We all also have a few days in our lives that are significant for either an even bigger reason or for multiple reasons. This last bit begins with the former and ends with the latter." -

Nearly a year has passed and we see Redwood on the phone smiling. He gets off it, turns to Trish, Eric, and Laura and tells them that he has another job offer. It's from a label that is headed in Los Angeles, so there is minimal chance of him having to move. He says the interview is tomorrow in the evening and the others offer him good luck and they spend the night celebrating.

The next day, we see Redwood waiting patiently before being informed by a secretary that his interview is ready to go. He walks in, very nervous. He answers each question alternating between a completely serious answer and a bit of a quirky answer. At the end, his interviewer tells him that they are prepared to offer him a studio session right now and that if it is good enough that they'll go ahead and sign him that day.

Redwood is shown recording his album and a lot of his material is referencing events that have occurred in the movie either on-screen or off-screen and is shown with flashes of each event. After the recording, they tell Redwood that that was exactly the kind of material they were looking for and they were going to sign him.

Redwood is ecstatic and on his way back is shown stopping for flowers for Trish and he grabs donuts for the gang. As he returns though, the apartment complex is shown starting to go ablaze in the night sky and we see The Neighbor, recently released, running away yelling "THE CONSEQUENCES WILL NEVER BE THE SAME."

Redwood runs into the building as many others are running out. As he reaches the hall where Eric and Laura's apartment and Trish and his own are, he notices that The Neighbor has jammed the doors together with a strange contraption. Redwood works frantically to get it apart. As this is going on, he is having a back and forth conversation through the door with each of his friends. He is finally able to get it loose, but he loses his balance and falls backward with the contraption landing on him, knocking him out. Eric, Laura, and Trish run out of their respective rooms. At this time, firefighters show up inside and they are rushed out, unable to check on Redwood.

*The movie cuts to current day Eric Williams standing at a podium looking misty-eyed.* "As we all obviously know, Jason Redwood did not die on that day. On the contrary, he saved four lives. That's right. Four. We didn't know this at the time, but Trish was pregnant and about nine months later would give birth to their son Mikey. Mikey was kind enough to allow me to be the last and main speaker here today. I was Jason Redwood's best friend... but I also was not the one that constantly took care of him and Trish the past few years when they passed away. Trish died of cancer two years ago and Redwood died just a few days later from complications with various health issues. Redwood always said that he saw and talked to our friend Curtis Collins that fateful night and I never knew if I really believed that, but I do believe he is seeing and talking to him now."

He pauses as he wipes his eyes.

"As we all know, despite losing the use of his legs that night, Redwood always kept a smile on his face. His first joke on his second album was 'So, I retired from stand-up.' Part of that attitude was because of myself and Laura, part of that was just because it was all he had ever really known, but the main part of that was undoubtedly his love for and desire to be around Trish and Mikey. I love and miss you. This lifetime achievement award could not have gone to a more deserving person. I don't know if everyone listening to your story has gotten their money's worth, but my time knowing you was worth every single bit of moolah I ever made in my life."

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 2:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I actually like this. With less films turned in, I can look a lot more closely at the ones that were. I should be able to give short reviews on all of these.

Human Nature and The Way South are not on here by the way. Good Vs. Evil is posted twice.
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Gameshow: This project seems to have the fit of a Coen Brothers movie. I'm not sure if the tone is supposed to be dark and somber like NCFOM, but that's how I read it. Sam Rockwell in the lead role is golden in almost any direction that you go, and this is a role that he would do well, having already played a gameshow host in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. I would have liked to see more of the middle of the story though, it seems like you had it in mind but just didn't have time to post it, which probably happened to a lot of us. Great supporting cast with Downey, Spacey, and Simmons though.

Metroid: Prime: I don't have too much constructive analysis on this one as I should, was never a huge Metroid fan in my Nintendo days. I do like your choice of director and lead role though. Kiera Knightley is a very underrated actress today, and I feel like she would have no trouble with this role. Duncan Jones has shown to handle the sci-fi genre efficiently, although I haven't seen Source Code yet. The small nature of the cast makes it's star power believable as well.

Rebirth: Although brief, you description got the idea of the film across. I like the concept, and I think it could be an interesting one for an audience to figure out. One thing that I was noting while reading it, was the decision to cast multiple actors in the roles of each day. I'm not sure if I would have handled it the same way, but there are arguments for both sides. I feel like having a different actors play Matt Damon (as a opposed to having Matt Damon play every day, with the understanding that he looks like someone else) would diminish his own personal performance. Or at least his recognition for it. With that said I do like the supporting cast, and the actors you did choose to play Damon on each day.

Good vs Evil: Ballsy little fun film here. While I appreciate the novelty of it, and I feel like it could draw viewers in an "expendables" kind of way, there are a few things I would have done differently. I don't feel like Jigsaw is a good fit for this kind of movie. I think it would also be a little off setting to see someone like Patrick Bateman in another context. I if I were to make a film like this I would have done more of a "recast real world killers" kind of scheme, but to each their own. It also seems to turn into a Dexter movie partway through.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 3:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

NBT presents

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HUMAN NATURE
Director: Darren Aronofsky
Starring:

KATE WINSLET



Winslet plays ALYSSA ARMSTRONG, a married, upper class suburban housewife living in South Connecticut. Mentally ill, the film chronicles her descent into madness while Dr. Parsons tries to save her.

JEFF BRIDGES



Bridges plays Doctor Robert Parsons, a renowned psychiatrist whose help Alyssa seeks. He is puzzled by her, and determined to help her.

BRAD PITT



Pitt plays John Armstrong, Alyssa's husband. John is a hedge fund manager who works in New York City. William Bates is one of his partners. John is carefree and oblivious to his wife's obvious problems.

GREG KINNEAR



Kinnear plays William Bates, a partner of Johns and neighbor of the Armstrongs. Bates begin to notice Armstrong strange behavior, and becomes suspicious.

Other actors
Jennifer Garner plays Melissa Bates, Williams wife and Alyssa's closest friend.
James Cromwell: Kenneth Sullivan, a farmer from mid Ohio.
Rene Russo: Janice Moss, Parson's assistant.
Laura Dern: Mary Sullivan: wife of Kenneth

Plot:
*no music throughout the film*
Idaho farm house at night, can tell its early 1990s from the cars. Everyone inside asleep. We're in a POV. We walk up the house. A womans hand trys the door.. Locked. We go to a car in the drive way. Unlocked. The hand hits the garage opener, and goes inside the garage. The door from the garage leading into the house is open. We enter the house. Its quiet, until a dog barks from a cage. Commotion upstairs. Lights flicker on from up the stairs. Watching from the shadows, we see kenneth Sullivan with a shot gun, in a bathrobe, walks to the top of the stares, and calls "is anybody there?". Silence. He calls again. He begins to walk down the stairs. Just as he is about to the bottom, we cut to:

New york city at night. present day. Armstrong Financial is hosting a fundraiser, and we meet ALyssa, John, their friends William and Mellissa. Lifelong friends on the surface.

We see their day to day routine; everyday Alyssa puts a but of cyanide in her husbands coffee for kicks. She meets with Parsons, a world renowned and very experienced psychiatrist, secretly for advice. The rational side of her fears another side of her. In their meetings, they go back and fourth bout life boredom, and her desires for thrills; she describes one such thrill she had as a youth, where she just kept "going and going". Parsons assumes it to be sexual, and believes she is a bored housewife. Meanwhile, her neighbors notice strange activity-Alyssa cancels landscapers, talks about her son (they have 2 kids, 7 and 5) not being around for 2nd grade. It alarms William Bates, who questions it. Parson and Moss cant get over how she doesnt fit the profile of a mentally ill woman, but clearly is. At their next meeting, she confesses to poisoning her husband every morning in his coffee, just enough to make him sick but not enough to be traced, and when parsons presses her for the source of her thrill erlier, she says the name kenneth sullivan, fort wayne, idaho. And then abruptly leaves.

She goes to Melissa and Williams to ask if they wouldnt mind watching their dogs for the weekend. Alyssa tells them theyre leaving for a weekend at their lake house, to celebrate Johns birthday. Melissa leaves to pick up their son, while William eyes Alyssa. Alyssa senses it, and suddenly lashe sout at William in their living room. Cut to- Moss returns with the file on Sullivans. Parons reads the files, while we flashback to the opening scene, while Alyssa voiceovers. "I couldnt see his face, I just kept going. I just kept going." while we see Sullivan reach the bottom of the stairs, turn away from us, calling out "Is anybody down here?!" while the dog barks. Suddenly we lunge at him, a knife viscously going in and out of his back a dozen times, he screams-screams from upstairs-he collapses in a pool of blood. We grab the shot gun-suddenly OUT OF POV-we see a 19 year old Alyssa. She grabs the shotgun, and heads upstairs. Outside the house. Gunshots. In the middle of nowhere. Moments later, she flees out of the garage, shutting the door the way she opened it, and heads off into the night.

Parsons GETS IT. Alyssa is going to kill her family. He and Moss rush to their car. Back at the lake houseWe see Alyssa eyeing John, as he drinks his martini. The children fight over T.V. shows. John notes the odd taste in his drink, and prepares the children for bed. Parson and Moss arrive at the Armstrong residence to find the house empty. Worried that he is too late, he notices police down the street, and realizes William Bates has been murdered with a knife. The authorities dont believe him about Alyssa, but Melissa does, and tells him they're at their lake house.

Back at the lake house. Its night. John awakes, and notices his wife is missing, but he is sick. He goes to the bathroom, where he vomits up blood. He collapses to the floor, choking and gagging. The phone begins ringing off the hook. no answer. Parsons leaves a message, yelling into the phone that Alyssa is going to kill them, but its too late for John. Meanwhile, the children sleep. We see a Alyssa downstairs. No hesitation, she drenches the two couches and some of the wooden walls in gasoline, she steps back, lights a match, and torches them. The children awaken as the fire grows. Alyssa watches, tearfully, but unable to control herself or her desires. The kids scream for help and call out for mommy; Alyssa tearfully tells them to wait, "the firemen will be here to save you soon". She retreats out of the house as it burns. Later, Parsons and Moss see the smoke in their car. Parsons is worried, they pull up to the ashes of the house, where theyre told "everyone died but the wife, she says she burned it down, and is taking responsibility". Broken, Parsons get back into his car, and tells Moss he has now seen everything.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 3:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like Rebirth, does the characters that Matt Damon wakes up in have some connection with each other that will be revealed at the end of the movie? I think that will be quite interesting.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 3:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Greg Jenning presents

Greg_Jennings wrote:
The Way South

Directed by Danny Boyle
Written by Alex Garland

Several decades into the future, the story takes place in enemy occupied Australia. It is known that the world is in a state of World War 3, but most of the details are not known throughout the story. A new fuel sources is found deep in the oceans around Australia, and although expensive to find, is the most efficient fossil fuel source in the world by a large margin. An powerful unnamed south Asian country contros most of southern Asia as far south as the Philippines all the way to Australia. Australia becomes a key location in the war due to the new fuel source, called PTC. As countries fight over the commodity, scientists discover the terrifying side effects of the substance. The film follows two crossed stories. One follows an Australian biologist named Emily Walker, being forced to work under foreign command. The other follows working class man Jordan White, who, with a moral debt hanging over his head, takes it on himself to escort his best friend's widowed wife, Zoe, to find her sister, Kate, due north. Along the way, Jordan and Zoe come across several Australian stragglers who join them on their march. Most notably, Jarvis. Likely an undercover British agent, Jarvis doesn't trust anyone in Jordan's group with the kind of intel he has acquired, however, cut off from his command, he knows that he needs their help if he wants to get his intel to safety. Jarvis proves to be more trouble than he is worth for the more short sighted Jordan and Zoe, as Jarvis is hunted down by the enemy.

Meanwhile, at the research facility, Emily Walker is being forced to conduct research into PTC human infection. The fuel sources seems to act as a carrier for several years before the person shows symptoms. The person only lives for a day at most after that. The foreigners seem more interested in weaponizing the disease however, and William Kelly sees it. He refuses to help them whatsoever, and stands by his country. Sometime later, Emily's assistant, Kate comes down with PTC infection. She volunteers her body for Emily's research as she becomes terminally ill and dies. Eventually, Jordan and Zoe reach the research facility. With the help of American forces (led by Mos Def), they successfully siege the place. When Zoe arrives to find her sister however, she finds that she has died hours before. Jarvis takes a look around the facility, where he comes across William Kelly. Kelly reveals that he has sent word to allied forces about the nature of their research, and has recommended a decontamination protocol. The research shows PTC as a potentially apocalyptical. As mass bombings approach them, the group is seemingly left stranded. Jarvis is allowed a chopper ride due to his military importance, and he demands that the rest of them be allowed to leave as well. Zoe and Jarvis leave on the first chopper, but Jordan's is shot down by the enemy upon landing. The film ends with a lonesome Jordan sitting on a nearby bench, graciously accepting his end.

Eric Bana as Jordan White

A war veteran 10 years earlier, he was released from active duty due to injury. Since then, he struggled to adapt to the working world, always feeling out of place. Since foreign occupation however, his desire to destroy the enemy has never been stronger.

Nicole Kidman as Emily Walker

A pacifist biologist being forced to work under the enemy trying to fix the problems with human interaction with PTC. With the only people there to help her being her boss, who refuses to work, and her under-qualified assistant, she is forced to do most of the work on her own. She cares very little what happens to the foreign occupiers, but only wants her freedom back.

Rose Byrne as Zoe Taylor

The widowed wife of Jordan's former war buddy. When the area where Zoe and Jordan live is invaded, the two of them run away. Zoe is dead set on finding her sister and leaving Australia forever, but her sister is stuck at an enemy controlled facility.

Geoffrey Rush as William Kelly

An Australian patriot, Kelly refuses to aid the enemy in any way whatsoever. He is the most qualified scientist in the facility, but nothing, including pain, convinces him to work. He is even able to endure other people's pain in order to hold his ideals. He has a strong sense for the larger picture.

Ewan McGregor as Jarvis Thompson

A mysterious British agent that Jordan and Zoe come across on their journey. Jarvis is hesitant to talk about what he is doing in Australia, but what is known is that trouble follows him everywhere, and for some reason both sides of the war seem to be after him.

Anna Torv - Kate Taylor

Zoe's younger sister. She was a low level assistant before occupation, but is now one of the only people left to continue the work left by the deserters. She is underqualified in her expertise compared to William Kelly and Emily Walker, but tries to help in any way that she can. While trying to uncover the reason for human death in relation to PTC, she inadvertently becomes infected herself.

Ken Watanabe - Foreign Commander

Unnamed throughout the film, the Commander keeps a close eye on Emily, Kate, and William while forcing them to continue research into PTC. Unbeknownst to them, however, the Commander has less interest in finding a cure to PTC infection than finding out how to weaponize it.

Chris Hemsworth - Jace

Jace is only met in flashbacks, and he is the former husband of Zoe. He served with Jordan in combat 10 years ago, but died in an effort to save Jordan's life. Since then, Jordan has been bothered by an ever lingering sense of debt to Jace, feeling like he can never repay him. This unfinished business is the main motivation for Jordan aiding Jace's widowed wife to find her sister.

Mos Def - Sgt. Chris Tenner

A part of a small American military squad that Jordan and Zoe come across along the way. Tenner and Jordan reluctantly come to an agreement that their objectives might be similar, and they join forces to attack the facility. [/img]

Claudia Black - as Eli (Elizebeth) Parter

An Australian civilian who joins up with Jordan's group on their way South. She is skilled in combat compared to most of the others, and is often relied on for firepower. The war has taken everything from her, and although she may not be able to take it back, she has a fire in her that makes her fight on principle.

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2012 3:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

also, I have one more question for everyone visiting this thread.


I'm, personally, REALLY really excited for the next MaM Draft. I'm going to try and make the most well organized and well executed draft yet, but I can't do that without your help. I'd just like to know, who is definitely interested in doing this again very soon, who will definitely turn in a final project?

Also, give me any suggestion you have as to improving this.
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Best Lead Actor:
Best Lead Actress:
Best Supporting Actor:
Best Supporting Actress:
Best Visual Effects:
Best Score:
Best Ensemble Cast:
Hottest Cast:
Best Original Screenplay:
Best Adapted Screenplay (taken from source material, may not be applicable):
Best Director:
Best Picture:


Ballot.
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Best Lead Actor: Sam Rockwell, Gameshow
Best Lead Actress: Kate Winslet, Human Nature
Best Supporting Actor: Joseph Gordon Levitt, Redwood
Best Supporting Actress: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Gameshow
Best Visual Effects: Metroid: Prime
Best Score: Trent Reznor
Best Ensemble Cast: Gameshow
Hottest Cast: Gameshow
Best Original Screenplay: Redwood
Best Adapted Screenplay: Metroid: Prime
Best Director: The Coen Brothers
Best Picture: Gameshow
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