Yes, "American Graffiti" was an influence on his movie, "The Myth of the American Sleepover," David Robert Mitchell says. But that wasn't the movie he wanted to make. And he hasn't.
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How long is it going to take for filmmakers to understand that movies about teenagers set in past decades are not intrinsically funny just because of the cheesy fashions and music of the era?
Artist Driven with Pose | Los Angeles from LRG on Vimeo.
Back in January, I noted Chicago-based graffiti artist Pose and his work for LRG. As follow ...
Surveying the historical span of filmmaking, the use of original music appears more prevalent from the dawn of sound through the 1970s -- or perhaps it's just that the scores themselves were more memorable over this period.
Many voters are attracted to McCain's quick, "don't look back" decision-making and fancy that he will keep them secure. But would he? The experience of October 1962 strongly suggests otherwise.
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