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Cabaret is everywhere. I played the Nazi in a student-directed version of the show in my junior year of college. Connections!

Did Sean just call Woody "91 movies in 25 years" Van Dyke *lazy*?

It's actually kind of insane how prolific directors used to be in film--now you're lucky if the top directors hit you with a film every two or three years. I mean John Ford would put out 2 or 3 movies a year back in his day. Now you're lucky if a top director puts out a film every three years.

And I'm not sure entirely that it's resulted in better films. I know some of that is just that funding for films has changed radically--along with the production costs--but there's some merit to at least getting a film out every year. I think that helped someone like Woody Allen grow and change as a director and writer--and his work matured much faster.

When you're only putting out like ten films in your life--how much can you really change or grow? Terrence Mallick is still making the same shit he made in the 70s--just not as well. Tarantino is still kind of doing the same things he's done for awhile now. I dunno. Speed it up! If Tucker Stone can do two podcasts a week--tarantino can put out more than a movie every three or four years.

How marvel editor of you. Counterpoint - Stanley Kubrick. End of argument.

I listen to all of these podcasts and stuff, but whenever there's no Comics of the Weak on Friday noon at the latest I'm like LAZY PIECE OF SHIT and flip my desk over and all that.

It is cool to hear other people like Gamer by the way. I was surprised I ended up liking that movie (until I saw it was by the Crank guys and then I wasn't surprised).

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