Monday, July 12, 2010

Scripts Make the Difference

I noticed the following comments in a recent issue of People Magazine - in an article on summer stinkers in the movie business:

Why The Last Airbender didn't work: Bad acting, lame visuals, and a script that bends logic.

Why The Killers didn't work: The actors had no chemistry - and painful jokes.

Why Jonah Hex didn't work: The holes in the script are bigger than the one in Hex's face.

Notice the common denominator: bad script, bad jokes, bad script.

You can have the best actors in the world, but if the script isn't right, the movie will never work.

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