What Makes a Very Bad Big Budget Hollywood Movie?

Everyone wonders how a Hollywood production company can spend so many millions of dollars on an idea or script that is obviously so bad. When you consider how many people create scripts each year, how can a movie be made that clearly has no script or any real idea?

Very recently I saw the movie Jupiter Ascending and while sitting through these 2 hours of pure garbage I could not believe that every single scene made no sense and each scene’s connection to the next scene made even less sense. The entire purpose of the movie seemed to be to come up with reasons to insert special effects to disguise the fact that this very bad movie should never had been made. While wasting over 2 hours of my life watching this movie I would continually press the light button to see how much longer I would have sit through this horrible movie. Obviously this is not a good sign.

It should be obvious to all Hollywood producers that special effects is never a workaround for not having a decent script or a good story idea, but so often I have seen movies where all this is forgotten because they all think that all we need is a great movie trailer showing explosions, aliens and special effects and that would make up for the fact that no time was put into writing a story and a good script. This happens far too often in Hollywood and its shame.

The end result of all this is that so many of us are fooled into believing that we are going to be entertained by a great blockbuster movie with great special effects and a great story, but what happens in the case of Jupiter Ascending is that you have to sit through 2 hours of a nightmare that you can’t wait until it’s all over. While watching this horrible movie, I was close to walking out several times and now that I have seen the entire 2 hours I am surprised I didn’t. From here I am going to be curious about what the critics will say about this movie as well as how much movie it will make this weekend and long term. In terms of my life of going to the movie, this has to be one of the worst movies of all times as far as movies I have seen in a movie theatre and paid for.

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I was completely struck with utter perplexity as to why on earth people think that erectile dysfunction should be kept under wraps and revelation on the topic might enrage the public. For a person suffering from the disorder, it is OK not to disclose his predicament for the fact that if by some way the secret leaks out his upholstered status in the society would be lost and his personal life would turn topsy turvy. And since, the movie is not a personal statement it should be screened.

I firmly believe that a movie or a video footage that is not defamatory, derogatory and also doesn’t infringe on the rights of any individual should be released at all cost. And as such I am able to comprehend the fact that the cutting of a few scenes in the Pink Panther movie would not serve any substantial purpose.

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Intentional or an Accident? Bollywood’s Remakes of Hollywood Movies

“Hindi Cinema” most commonly known as Bollywood is one of the largest film industries in the world with one of the biggest centers of film production. It is an industry which is expected to earn $4.5 billion in revenue by 2016, triple the amount made in 2004. Filled with talent, colours and utter creativity, Bollywood exceeds Hollywood by the amount of tickets sold globally. Then why copy? Here are five movies that Bollywood very unsuccessfully copied off Hollywood.

1. “Dhamaal” also known as “Rat Race” in Hollywood

“Dhamaal”, a movie directed by Indra Kumar in 2007, is what lots of viewers have been calling a “Copy-paste” of “Rat Race”, a movie directed by Jerry Zucker in 2001. The movies are based on a rich man who reveals a location that hides grand amounts of money to people in order to get a race going. A race with no rules apart from one: The first one wins.

2. “Players” also known as “The italian job” in Hollywood.

Directed by Abbas Alibhai Burmawalla and Mastan Alibhai Burmawalla, Players was released in 2012, and with a current rating of 4.0 by IMDB, it still remains a movie with less thrill than The italian job, which currently holds a rating of 7.0 and was released way back in 2003. This movie directed by F. Gary Gray tells the story of Charlie Croker, a man left for dead in Italy who gathers a team and plans a gold theft against an old ally. With a few minor changes, Abbas and Mastan Burmawalla portray the same plot for Players.

3. “Dil Bole Hadippa” also known as “She’s the man” in Hollywood.

Starring Rani Mukerji and Shahid Kapoor, two of Bollywood’ best, Anurag Singh directed “Dil Bole Haddipa” in 2009, telling the story of a female cricket expert who joins the men’s team to win a local India – Pakistan match, however ends up falling for the coach. In “She’s the man”, directed by Andy Fickman in 2006, disguised as her brother, Viola Davis subsitutes her brother at his first class boarding school to play soccer against her old school’s soccer team, but very soon ends up falling for her soccer teammate.

4. “Naina” also known as “The eye” in Hollywood.

Released in 2005, three years after the realease of “The Eye” (2002), “Naina” was directed by Shripal Morakhia who very strongly copies Danny Pang’s story of a blind female who receives an eye transplant that can now not only open her eyes to the real world, but also the supernatural world.

5. “God Tussi Great Ho” also known as “Bruce Almighty” in Hollywood.

With iconic actors such as Amitabh Bhachchan, Salman Khan and Priyanka Chopra, Rumi Jaffery, director of “God Tussi Great Ho” (2008) copied the story of “Bruce Almighty” directed by Tom Shadyac in 2003 about a man who is persistent on blaming God for all his problems, and is soon given God’s powers for a certain amount of time to understand the effort taken to keep everyone happy and run the world.

Can Bollywood get any more original?

Hollywood Movie Stars Support Eco-Terrorism

Some have said that Hollywood Movie Stars are supporting Eco-Terrorists by donating to certain environmental groups. In fact some say that these movie stars may actually know where the money will eventually end up but donate anyway, as it shows their Hollywood support of the liberal viewpoint and is worth a few brownie points in the high-society circles in which they travel and need to be seen in. Recently a few online think tank forum think tankers discussed this notion and one had commented and stated:

“I had an interesting thought about the environmental terrorist groups and wonder why they have never targeted Hollywood and the movie industry. It seems that they destroy so much stuff that just has to go to landfills in most movies and this one was no exception. I don’t believe these groups have even raised one stink over this, hypocrites that they are.”

Well this is an interesting point indeed, why is it that Hollywood is never attacked or their on-site movies, which are often filmed in the wilderness? And the think tanker makes a good point, as the eco-terrorists start fires, which cause pollution and often destroy buildings, car dealerships and industrial type places which in turn put huge accumulations of debris and toxic gas into the air. This being extremely hypocritical as if you really cared about the environment you would never even think of such a thing. Another think tank member stated:

“Well, that is liberal Hollywood for you, some of those actors and actresses actually believe in the Eco-terrorists causes and condone it. It is pitiful really. I think secretly although they will never admit it, that these movie folks are funding eco-terrorists giving money to groups which claim to support environmental endeavors. Of course if you arrest them for it, they will have all sorts of negative media and it will be another Waco Incident with the FBI.”

It is a really challenging issue, as sometimes you have to follow the money to find the bad guys and then you come across folks you would never suspect stuck in the middle and inadvertently funding the entire operation. Sound familiar? As that is so similar to the International Terrorists we are dealing with in the world, isn’t it? Consider this in 2006.