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#11
sounds pretty easy to me.. I'm gonna get started right now Wink
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#12
(08-11-2016, 03:00 PM)~mc~ Wrote: sounds pretty easy to me.. I'm gonna get started right now Wink

Good for you!  Have it on my table at lunch. Your treat.  (just kidding)




Meanwhile, I realized, that, a 5 season TV show is, out of the question. OUT OF THE QUESTION! 

If you can't make a 5 season show, WHY BOTHER! no residuals, no reruns, no dvds... no netflix,

why... why no TV show? PRODUCTION COSTS.  thats why. 

locations, costumes, unions... striking unions, payola and broads for the hosting mayor... no way.  NO WAY.

Soooo, Wanker   ...  

 it will have to be a book.

or a movie.

or both...
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#13
Pitch 2

(The movie pitch)

Confluence

 Imagine, if you will, a lab. A giant lab, underground. Acres of mainframes, nano technology, blue glow in the room... (static electricity. whirring ...) ok. no. an absolutely totally silent computer room. ok.
 These mainframes, through (a process) literally recreate 3D historical personages minds, in  A.I. quantum bubbles, which.. can be downloaded, into selected A.I... slugs. 

 Literally reincarnating historical figures. recreating the greatest people who ever lived! 

UNTIL, a repressed and bullied ,passed-over for promotion, genius, and unknowingly passed thru the employee screening process , a maniacal maniac of a technician, who, while off his meds and drugs and alcohol, downloads 10 random reincarnation bubbles into an experimental cutting edge, A.I.. 
Each persona, separate and conflicted, join together, enabling the hosting A.I. to escape and stagger, into... 

the world.

above.

(the process, involves Quantum tachyon qubit computers that, when probes are microsized, are injected into nano-foam wrinkles (crammed actually) and computationally 'rotated backwards' in time. Having approached a pre-selected time/space target, (Albert Einstein's brain for example) retrocasual 4D snapshots are taken. A second retrocasual positron unit is then sent, making contact with the 4D snapshot and the resultant explosion/implosion is replicated in posimatter goo-on matrix and T.symetrically/asymetrically projected to the source Q computers and stored in a bloch sphere bubble matrix D.B..)
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#14
finished part 1 of my movie Chuckle
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#15
(08-11-2016, 04:26 PM)~mc~ Wrote: finished part 1 of my movie Chuckle

Yay!

Pitch Me!

oh. you can't Pitch Me! until your movie is done.

i'll be patient,  dumdeedumdumdum... 
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#16
Hey Frigg, this one's for you.



India’s master of Second World War espionage


Under the codename of Silver, Bhagat Ram Talwar spied for Britain, Germany, Russia, Japan and Italy in the space of five years during the Second World War.



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There has, however, been very little chronicled about the espionage missions which were undertaken by colonial subjects, often at great risk to themselves. And it is only now that the tale has emerged internationally of a spy who led the most extraordinary life of intrigue and danger in the Second World War.

The agent, codenamed Silver, was recruited by Peter Fleming, then working for British military intelligence. Fleming’s brother, Ian, was to draw on some of the experience of his glamorous and dashing sibling in creating James Bond. Peter had a further role in the success of 007: it was he, an established author, who persuaded Jonathan Cape to publish the first of the series, Casino Royale.

The espionage in which Peter Fleming was engaged in the 1940s was very real: based in Delhi, he played a key role in a deception programme against the Axis powers through the running of double agents. It was in this post that he became the handler of a man calling himself Rahmat Khan, who was working in Afghanistan purportedly to counter the activities of the Germans and Italians on India’s western borders.

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Talwar made the journey into Afghanistan on foot through the Khyber Pass in an often hostile landscape then, as now, bristling with guns. Fleming was, at times, worried about his safety, once imploring him not to make a trip because of the presence of a suspect who may have blown his cover. But Silver insisted on going ahead, befriended the man and invited him for dinner in Kabul. He later described to Fleming that he has served a curry mixed with tiger’s whiskers, the sharp bristles of which cause internal bleeding. “It was the last meal he ever ate,” Silver commented later, words one could easily imagine Bond using in a report back to M about one of his adversaries.

Great story, perfectly pitchable.

here's more about Silver;

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/features/second-world-war-espionage-bhagat-ram-talwar-peter-fleming-a7556611.html
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#17
(08-09-2016, 07:21 PM)~mc~ Wrote: never thought about it.. parts of my life definitely could've been a movie but I doubt anyone would've been interested.

Sure we are interested, explain the nudity to us.
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#18
If I had the money, I'd make shitloads of bitchin' World War 2 films.
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#19
I'm going to play with time a little. In this movie, time will flow backwards. Regardless, people still age the same. For instance, the main character would be born in 2013, and in 2003 would be 10 years old. But this isn't the main point of the thing, just setting up. 

So we would follow this guy through various moments in his life. The world would be explained in reverse. In 2001, failed policies such as the patriot act are blamed for allowing a horrific terrorist attack on the world trade center. As a result, many of the policies are removed at that time. 

Due to so many people voting irresponsibly and electing too many Bushs, Clintons, etc... Restrictions are placed on voting rights, such as written exams and competency tests. Some minority groups are blamed in particular and have their voting rights taken away. It caused a lot of riots in the 60s when many of the rights were taken away. 

People are concerned about polution and the effect technology is having on people and family, so as the years pass, they become less dependant on technology, nearly phasing it out completely within his lifetime. 

Music gets better each year, and as he gets older and more mellow, the world seems to become more mellow with him. 

Etc... This should probably open at the dollar theater
The End Justifies The Memes
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(02-08-2017, 03:21 AM)!Ebmaj7#5 Wrote: I'm going to play with time a little. In this movie, time will flow backwards. Regardless, people still age the same. For instance, the main character would be born in 2013, and in 2003 would be 10 years old. But this isn't the main point of the thing, just setting up. 

So we would follow this guy through various moments in his life. The world would be explained in reverse. In 2001, failed policies such as the patriot act are blamed for allowing a horrific terrorist attack on the world trade center. As a result, many of the policies are removed at that time. 

Due to so many people voting irresponsibly and electing too many Bushs, Clintons, etc... Restrictions are placed on voting rights, such as written exams and competency tests. Some minority groups are blamed in particular and have their voting rights taken away. It caused a lot of riots in the 60s when many of the rights were taken away. 

People are concerned about polution and the effect technology is having on people and family, so as the years pass, they become less dependant on technology, nearly phasing it out completely within his lifetime. 

Music gets better each year, and as he gets older and more mellow, the world seems to become more mellow with him. 

Etc... This should probably open at the dollar theater

I love your basic premise. that of writing an inverse-time alternate-multiverse-scriptish thingee.

In that...

The beginning is essentially the end AND rather than the all too common practice of teasing with the end scene and then recounting a few days/weeks in a lead up (lets use Double Indemnity for an example (which was a great movie dont get me wrong))... where was I...  digression ended... so anyways, my pitch is that the whole plot is revealed backward  in one continuous Rope-like nonecut sequence,

to the moment of conception.

Both our films would second flick well,

in arthouse theaters,

if only for the financial satisfaction of,

our overly wined dined and salaciously entertained ...

somewhat naive yet loveable chinese investors sake.

Thanks for your pitch.

I hereby greenlight it

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