Mr. Cellophane

In a location adjacent to a place in a city of some significance, what comes out of my head is plastered on the walls of this blog.

Monday, March 27, 2017

My attempt at an Editing Room-style bit about The Santa Clause 3:

"Y'know, not long after Jack Frost was through here, everything started going all wacky."
"And this machinery looks like it's been frozen."
"You think we should tell Santa?"
"You're right. I'm sure it's probably nothing."


Thursday, March 23, 2017

In Hide and Seek (spoilers, but, on the other hand, it's Hide and Seek), did Emily know that Charlie was her dad's alternate personality? (Her line "Do you see now, Daddy?" points to this heavily.) If so, what a bitch.


Monday, March 20, 2017

In The Witches of Eastwick, when Daryl is out buying groceries, he says, "Just give me the bread and the fish.". Seriously, how did I not notice that before?!


Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Maybe I'm not the only person to think this, but I really believe that the Girl Scout from The Addams Family is Amanda from Addams Family Values, and I'm not just saying this because it's the same actress; I really believe that the Girl Scout was Amanda. She approaches people every day selling cookies. How is she expected to remember the strange kids at the lemonade stand?


Thursday, March 09, 2017

For the last few weeks (just about), I've been working on what I believe to be the script that will get my foot in the door. I haven't written it yet; I'm just hammering out the many details, making sure that every working piece fits together perfectly.

Then, yesterday, during one of my many 'avoiding productive work' net-surfing excursions, I happen upon a link from Collider's site: 'Actresses That Deserve Their Own Action Movie Franchise'.

Now, I'm writing the main role of the script for a particular actress and as I scroll down, I am excited and fearful that this particular actress has made the list. Sure enough, all three names of her are on there. I really need to take this as a sign to get moving on the script, especially since my number one choice for the role of the heroine's best friend had to go and win herself an Oscar, thus pricing herself out of my desire to make this movie for Deadpool money.

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Friday, March 03, 2017

In A Fish Called Wanda, wouldn't it have been a nice bit of poetic justice if Otto were deathly allergic to shellfish? And you might think, 'Oh, how would he not already know that?'. I really think this would be kind of a blindspot for a meathead like him.