The part where I kill the monster—that’s the important part, and I know that means my father this and da da da da da.

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Oh, give it a rest. Nobody talks like a David Mamet character.

Because “COFFEE’S FOR CLOSERS!”, http://www.boxofficemojo.com/search/?q=glengary%20glen%20ross.

And one learns to lead the audience ahead by giving them just enough information to make them interested, but not enough information so that they warrant surprise and punchline. Source Code. character development,

But, yes, I tend to agree about his plots.

But QT wants Jackson to deliver that homicidal homily. I would say Red Belt is underrated and a better film because it’s not all about the wordplay.

Is writing a screenplay or stage play easier?

For anybody who loves this movie, try watching it black and white. A-B-C. A-always, B-be, C-closing. Starring John Wayne. The film is from Gann’s book, recounting his experiences in WWII as a ferry pilot, flying U.S. bombers to England.

I mean superstar screenwriter David Mamet (who was paid 1 million to turn his hit play into a script) wrote the thing.

What was that? Streetcar is concrete. Loved each and every part of this book. You either get a kick out of Mamet’s stuff or you don’t. Here’s Mamet’s take on this one: “The Killing is the world’s greatest film noir… Watching this film is, to me, like eating marzipan – there cannot be enough of it. Intended for editorial use only. He slowly cuddles up to him, makes the man believe in him, and that’s when he goes in for the kill. It flies right by. He can buy his own fast food. I saw this movie as a high schooler with no serious interest in writing yet. Just like writing for the stage probably forces you to strengthen the muscles for dialogue. In addition, there will be a new group of people who have never seen the play, and expect something different. Don’t get me wrong, it wasn’t bad per se. Shelley’s lying to all the leads about how they “won” a contest. At a certain point you’ve got to stop. I was watching LIONS FOR LAMBS last night and they used this device in what I felt was a very clumsy way — when Mike Pena’s character cites some statistic about people not knowing what country borders Minnesota, then at the end of his sermon, he says that Canada is the country that borders Minnesota.

What crime was committed? Never forget that. I have heard many people — most of them morons, or, at best, bald-faced liars — promoting this idea over the last 7 or 8 years and it makes no fucking sense whatsoever. I put my name on it. That’s the fun of it.

Pacino’s character, through disclosure, is connecting himself to Pryce’s character. https://www.dropbox.com/s/qrzdkx9kb2nc9c0/Glengarry%20Glen%20Ross%20%281992%29%20Laserdisc%20Actor%20Audio%20Commentary.mp3?raw=1, Listening to this veteran player speak for an hour and a half on his craft makes you realise how fluffed-up and pretentious most ‘modern actor’ commentaries are by comparison. Yeah, I’ve seen all your replies before they got deleted. GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS by David Mamet SCENE ONE A booth at a Chinese restaurant, Williamson and Levene are seated at the booth. No. When a character has something to hide, the dialogue always has an extra spark to it. So in the Glengarry restaurant scene, where Roma (Al Pacino) is trying to con a customer into a sale, there’s a million ways Mamet could’ve approached it. And Mamet is a particularly dangerous guy to draw lessons from, great as he is.
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“The script for the movie is by that greatest of all flyer/writers, Ernest K. Gann – who was and is to flying as Hemingway was to hunting and fishing. You're burning my ass, I can't get a fucking lead...you think that was luck. These precious commentaries were on the Pioneer Special Edition Laserdisc (a different commentary by Foley is on the DVD release; Jack Lemmon’s LD commentary doesn’t appear on any of the newer releases of the film). Chicago Cubs Radio, Fortunately most movies today don’t require much. It really is a similar idea. Unless you were working behind the counter but we were kind of far from the counter. I can always picture a person in the real world saying his words. You think you’re a thief? I just make them up as I go along. They each have their own strictures.

Now that Tarantino has given up the clockwork structures of Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction it seems many, maybe most of his scenes are this sort. St Pancras Line Map, I haven’t seen Spartan, but Homicide is definitely quite underrated. I’m not sure I know the answer.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard my Progressive pals cursing out various Conservative artists for THEIR projects before turning around and labeling an Aaron Sorkin, Matt Damon, or George Clooney piece of agitprop “even handed.” (Sorkin’s NEWSROOM is a case in point). Knowing that a film breaks many physical boundaries, the screenwriter must try to understand what the original playwright would’ve done given that much freedom. To my mind most scenes exist to fulfill some story objective. Written by Noel Coward and co-directed by David Lean. It gets so you don’t mind it.

... David Mamet's screenplay considerably expanded his script for the play, providing more context for the pressure placed on the salesmen.

Whether it’s Mickey the Mouse or whether it’s John the Baptist or whether its Joshua—it’s the same thing according to Joseph Campbell.

It’s a masterclass in dialogue from David Mamet. The story is one that starts intimate, and becomes huge.”. I would think any theatre major would want to do that monologue on stage.

When you sit with your plot, do you start with character, theme or story elements? It feels burly and unwieldy. I loved listening to the repartee between Riggs and Murtaugh from the “Lethal Weapon” series. Take the phrase, “Good luck.” Let’s see how each of the characters in Glengarry would say this. We see this during another great moment in the Blake monologue.

“American Buffalo” is probably my favorite example of Mamet dialogue. He uses two early short plays as examples, Dark Pony and Reunion. But if you pay attention to the words you realize he’s talking nonsensical bullshit.

It’s a great script to read. Emerging from the Chicago theater scene, Mamet came to prominence with American Buffalo (1975) and A Life in the Theatre (1977) before making the transition to Hollywood with the scripts for The Postman Always Rings Twice (1981) and Verdict (1982).

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Actually, now that I think about it, I’m not sure QT often bothers with a turning point in the scene.
with Glen Ross Farms? It’s true.

It pops without the Tarantino flash (and I love QT’s dialogue so it is not intended as an insult). It allowed for all this fun philosophizing on life that you wouldn’t have gotten otherwise. Has directing become as natural as writing? of scene. I believe I understand why the choices were made, but I feel they alienated me from the story more than they invited me in. That understanding that you cleanse just like the heroes cleanse not from your ability to manipulate the material but from your ability to understand the material.

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Blue Moon The Book, The dialogue is the action.

Almost makes me not want to watch the movie. They want to see what he’s going to do next. I’ll probably change some things as I work on the manuscript before it gets published. Their strings are thinner and lower down, closer to the fretboard, so the fingers don’t have to press down as hard. But they all have their moments. Since theatre is so dependent on moving the story forward with dialogue, makes you wonder how many more Mamets and Sorkins are cutting their teeth on Broadway right now. Loved the play, loved the movie, loved the Mamet. If your character doesn’t want anything, they probably shouldn’t be saying anything. You’re right. Areas Near Birmingham City Centre, I can completely empathize. Oh, that’s not important; that’s not important.’ Making up a drama is almost exactly analogous to analyzing your dreams.


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