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Director Resurrection

Postby instant_karma on Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:49 pm

If you had the power of God, or were just a high level Necromancer, which dead film directors would your raise from the dead?

What director from days gone by would you like to see making films today? How do you think they would feel about using modern effects, or shooting on digital? And in many countries, censorship laws are much more relaxed than in days gone by, so how would they respond to that?

Personally, I wish Hitchcock were around today. I'd love to see what he would do with the resources of a modern studio blockbuster at his disposal. I'm also very curious if he would show acts of violence as graphically as is now permitted onscreen, or if he would find that too much and go in the other direction.






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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby The Vicar on Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:53 pm

Orson Welles.
Let him put the proper end on The Magnificent Ambersons, at last.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby DerLanghaarige on Mon Aug 04, 2008 4:04 pm

instant_karma wrote:Personally, I wish Hitchcock were around today. I'd love to see what he would do with the resources of a modern studio blockbuster at his disposal. I'm also very curious if he would show acts of violence as graphically as is now permitted onscreen, or if he would find that too much and go in the other direction.


Same here. I remember reading somewhere that he was disappointed when he had to shoot Psycho in black and white, because he wanted to show all the blood in its "real" (=unnatural movie red) colour and that he wanted to show a rape in another one of his movie. I always thought that he could have done what Dario Argento did, long before Argento did it, if you know what I mean. And these days he would probably make movies like Cronenberg or Verhoeven.

I also would like to re-animate Mario Bava, but I got now idea how this would turn out.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Fried Gold on Mon Aug 04, 2008 4:06 pm

It would be good to see some more Stanley Kubrick films.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby so sorry on Mon Aug 04, 2008 4:15 pm

Fried Gold wrote:It would be good to see some more Stanley Kubrick films.



Amen to that. Even his failures* are worth sitting thru
















*by failures I stricktly mean the ones that I don't like (or didn't understand :oops: )
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby havocSchultz on Mon Aug 04, 2008 4:41 pm

instant_karma wrote:If you had the power of God, or were just a high level Necromancer, which dead film directors would your raise from the dead?

What director from days gone by would you like to see making films today? How do you think they would feel about using modern effects, or shooting on digital? And in many countries, censorship laws are much more relaxed than in days gone by, so how would they respond to that?

Personally, I wish Hitchcock were around today. I'd love to see what he would do with the resources of a modern studio blockbuster at his disposal. I'm also very curious if he would show acts of violence as graphically as is now permitted onscreen, or if he would find that too much and go in the other direction.



Hitchcock's Frenzy is probably as close as you're gonna get...
I believe it was rated r...
Hitch threw in some nudity and bit of the old graphic violence (if memory serves me correctly)...
But yeah, Hitch was always ahead of his time and I believe he would've enjoyed the "sexual" freedom of modern cinema more too...
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Fievel on Mon Aug 04, 2008 4:51 pm

Hitchcock & Kubrick are the gimmes.

I'd like to see a modern-produced DeMille epic.

Ditto a modern John Ford western.
After Dances With Wolves I honestly thought Costner might step into those shoes.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby travis-dane on Mon Aug 04, 2008 4:56 pm

I would like to see some Sam Peckinpah action again.....
Think of what Sam would do with the "new" RoboCop movie........
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby instant_karma on Mon Aug 04, 2008 4:59 pm

travis-dane wrote:I would like to see some Sam Peckinpah action again.....
Think of what Sam would do with the "new" RoboCop movie........
DAMN!


I'd buy that for a dollar!
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby stereosforgeeks on Mon Aug 04, 2008 5:21 pm

I'm probably alone here but I wouldve loved to see what Edward Yang did post Yi-Yi.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby instant_karma on Mon Aug 04, 2008 5:24 pm

stereosforgeeks wrote:I'm probably alone here but I wouldve loved to see what Edward Yang did post Yi-Yi.


See, I was kind of hoping people would bring up directors I've never heard of before. Would you care to elaborate on how his work might be different under today's film making environment?
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby stereosforgeeks on Mon Aug 04, 2008 6:34 pm

instant_karma wrote:
stereosforgeeks wrote:I'm probably alone here but I wouldve loved to see what Edward Yang did post Yi-Yi.


See, I was kind of hoping people would bring up directors I've never heard of before. Would you care to elaborate on how his work might be different under today's film making environment?


He's a recent loss actually so his film making wouldn't be very different but rather he seemed to gain a lot of notoriety post Yi-Yi in 2000. If he made another film after Yi Yi I think it wouldve propelled him to even greater things. He died in 2k7. Many great directors died last year but Yang was one that was definitely still on the rise and to see him die of colon cancer was very sad.

imdb biography wrote:It is, however, his most recent film, Yi Yi (2000), that is considered his magnum opus, an epic story about the Jian family seen through their different perspectives. The three-hour masterwork begins with a wedding, ends with a funeral, and examines all areas of human life in a variety of interesting, artistic ways. He has also collaborated with fellow auteur, novelist, and screenwriter Nien-Jen Wu on the piece, casting him as one of the leads, NJ. Yang's filmmaking style looks at the uncertain future of modernizing Taiwan in an enlightening manner, and his vision is one of the most original operating in world cinema today.


My personal favorite of his was A Brighter Summer Day, which I believe to be a masterpiece.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby John-Locke on Mon Aug 04, 2008 7:07 pm

It would be interesting to see what potential Ted Demme actually had, none of his films were what I'd call excellent but he certainly showed promising signs before his cocaine induced heart attack in 2002

Who else?

I dunno

Chaplin, D.W. Griffith, David Lean, Akira Kurosawa, Sergio Leone
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby stereosforgeeks on Mon Aug 04, 2008 7:25 pm

John-Locke wrote:It would be interesting to see what potential Ted Demme actually had, none of his films were what I'd call excellent but he certainly showed promising signs before his cocaine induced heart attack in 2002

Who else?

I dunno

Chaplin, D.W. Griffith, David Lean, Akira Kurosawa, Sergio Leone


Kurosawa definitely had his fair share of flicks over the years. Itd be interesting with the new advances and all but he had a pretty prolific life.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby havocSchultz on Mon Aug 04, 2008 8:05 pm

Ed Wood...
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby burlivesleftnut on Mon Aug 04, 2008 9:25 pm

I agree with Peckinpaw and Hitchcock. I would love Welles back if he did more documentaries lilke the masterful F is for Fake. But call me a sucker, but I would love to see what Capra would do in today's world.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby The Vicar on Mon Aug 04, 2008 9:26 pm

burlivesleftnut wrote:I agree with Peckinpaw and Hitchcock. I would love Welles back if he did more documentaries lilke the masterful F is for Fake. But call me a sucker, but I would love to see what Capra would do in today's world.


Probably jump off a bridge.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby burlivesleftnut on Mon Aug 04, 2008 9:45 pm

Actually, that's my point. He managed to make some incredibly optimistic movies through some very trying times (great depression, ww2). I would love to see if he could use his skill as a storyteller to bring some hope to cinema... and not hope defined by super-heroes. Although... seeing a Capra directed Captain America movie makes me tingle.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Peven on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:09 pm

i think a young Orsen Welles would be making some stark anti-establishment flicks right now, with a little twisted thriller here and there for good measure.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Fievel on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:10 pm

The Vicar wrote:
burlivesleftnut wrote:I agree with Peckinpaw and Hitchcock. I would love Welles back if he did more documentaries lilke the masterful F is for Fake. But call me a sucker, but I would love to see what Capra would do in today's world.


Probably jump off a bridge.


Would have happened after he saw American Beauty.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Bayouwolf on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:21 pm

I'd bring back Jim Henson.
Sure, he wasn't a Hitchcock or a Welles, but I tend to feel like they still have a great deal of influence on directors today.

What Henson had was the imagination to create something fantastic, and the ability to bring it to life with fabric and fur.
I'd love to see where his creature shop would be now with his imagination and talent still at the helm.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby burlivesleftnut on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:27 pm

Bayou wrote:I'd bring back Jim Henson.
Sure, he wasn't a Hitchcock or a Welles, but I tend to feel like they still have a great deal of influence on directors today.

What Henson had was the imagination to create something fantastic, and the ability to bring it to life with fabric and fur.
I'd love to see where his creature shop would be now with his imagination and talent still at the helm.


Good call!
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Peven on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:30 pm

i'd bring back Francis Ford Coppola...
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby burlivesleftnut on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:32 pm

Peven wrote:i'd bring back Francis Ford Coppola...


LOL Kathryn Bigelow for me!
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby minstrel on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:32 pm

I echo Fievel. Hitchcock and Kubrick, and I'd LOVE to see what De Mille would do with modern technology! He loved making things BIG, and today he could make things BIG!.

Speaking of big, as in bodacious ta-tas, hasn't anybody mentioned Russ Meyer yet?
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Bayouwolf on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:34 pm

minstrel wrote:I echo Fievel. Hitchcock and Kubrick, and I'd LOVE to see what De Mille would do with modern technology! He loved making things BIG, and today he could make things BIG!.

Speaking of big, as in bodacious ta-tas, hasn't anybody mentioned Russ Meyer yet?


Russ Myer had bodacious Ta-Ta's?
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Peven on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:36 pm

what actors would these dead directors most likely work with if they were alive today? you know, if Hitchcock were alive, for instance, who would be his Jimmy Stewart? who would be Ford's Wayne? see where i am going with this........?
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby minstrel on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:40 pm

Peven wrote:what actors would these dead directors most likely work with if they were alive today? you know, if Hitchcock were alive, for instance, who would be his Jimmy Stewart? who would be Ford's Wayne? see where i am going with this........?


The obvious answer is Tom Hanks as the modern Jimmy Stewart. As far as Ford's Wayne goes, maybe Kevin Costner?
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby burlivesleftnut on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:42 pm

Nah has to be BARTZ... jk. Russell Crowe.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Bayouwolf on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:44 pm

minstrel wrote:
Peven wrote:what actors would these dead directors most likely work with if they were alive today? you know, if Hitchcock were alive, for instance, who would be his Jimmy Stewart? who would be Ford's Wayne? see where i am going with this........?


As far as Ford's Wayne goes, maybe Kevin Costner?


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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Fievel on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:45 pm

burlivesleftnut wrote:Nah has to be BARTZ... jk. Russell Crowe.


And Crowe needs to do more westerns.
It's funny that an Actor of Australian Descent (is that what they like to be called these days?) owns that genre more than any current American actor.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Peven on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:45 pm

you're both WRONG. the answer is.......Harrison Ford
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Fievel on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:46 pm

Peven wrote:you're both WRONG. the answer is.......Harrison Ford


Pssh!
Dude wears an earring.
'nuff said.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Bayouwolf on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:47 pm

burlivesleftnut wrote: Russell Crowe.


After watching the remake of "3:10 to Yuma", I could see that.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby stereosforgeeks on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:51 pm

Tarkovsky, Bresson, Fellini?
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Peven on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:51 pm

Bayou wrote:
burlivesleftnut wrote: Russell Crowe.


After watching the remake of "3:10 to Yuma", I could see that.



you know, if you watch the original and the remake back to back, or at least without too much time between, and the original first, you can really see Crowe channeling Glenn Ford, imo. fucking A, John Ford, Glenn Ford, Harrison Ford..........now THERE is a fucking movie!
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby minstrel on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:52 pm

Peven wrote:you're both WRONG. the answer is.......Harrison Ford


I thought of that too, but he's a previous generation's Wayne. We need a modern Wayne. Unfortunately, we're stuck with Johnny Depp.

Wayne was your basic big, square-jawed All American. And he wasn't a very good actor. Maybe Bruce Campbell can take his place.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Bayouwolf on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:54 pm

minstrel wrote:
Peven wrote:you're both WRONG. the answer is.......Harrison Ford


I thought of that too, but he's a previous generation's Wayne. We need a modern Wayne. Unfortunately, we're stuck with Johnny Depp.

Wayne was your basic big, square-jawed All American. And he wasn't a very good actor. Maybe Bruce Campbell can take his place.


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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby minstrel on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:56 pm

stereosforgeeks wrote:Tarkovsky, Bresson, Fellini?


Why not Georges Melies?
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Postby RogueScribner on Mon Aug 04, 2008 11:09 pm

Bayou wrote:I'd bring back Jim Henson.
Sure, he wasn't a Hitchcock or a Welles, but I tend to feel like they still have a great deal of influence on directors today.

What Henson had was the imagination to create something fantastic, and the ability to bring it to life with fabric and fur.
I'd love to see where his creature shop would be now with his imagination and talent still at the helm.



You stole my pick!

I'm still sad that he's gone. :(
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby stereosforgeeks on Mon Aug 04, 2008 11:47 pm

minstrel wrote:
stereosforgeeks wrote:Tarkovsky, Bresson, Fellini?


Why not Georges Melies?


Man he'd flip with all the advancement thats occurred and how influential he's been over the years.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby RogueScribner on Tue Aug 05, 2008 12:01 am

I'd be interested to know what kind of a directorial career Bruce Lee would have carved out for himself had he lived. I think he'd make the martial arts film popular again and I love a good martial arts film. :)
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Tyrone_Shoelaces on Tue Aug 05, 2008 2:27 am

Paul Bartel, mostly just to see him punch Paul Wack Shit Anderson for the Death Race remake.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Fried Gold on Tue Aug 05, 2008 8:40 am

Some more Alfred Hitchcock would be good...

Think of what he would do with the "new" RoboCop movie!!
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Fievel on Tue Aug 05, 2008 11:19 am

Fried Gold wrote:Some more Alfred Hitchcock would be good...

Think of what he would do with the "new" RoboCop movie!!


See that's anotehr reason I mentioned DeMille.
Imagine what HE would have done with Robocop - he would have put him back in the Biblical times and it would have been epic beyond anyone's imagination!
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby travis-dane on Tue Aug 05, 2008 11:26 am

Fievel wrote:
Fried Gold wrote:Some more Alfred Hitchcock would be good...

Think of what he would do with the "new" RoboCop movie!!


See that's anotehr reason I mentioned DeMille.
Imagine what HE would have done with Robocop - he would have put him back in the Biblical times and it would have been epic beyond anyone's imagination!


You mean like......JESUS becomes RoboCop after coming back from the dead?
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Fievel on Tue Aug 05, 2008 11:32 am

travis-dane wrote:
Fievel wrote:
Fried Gold wrote:Some more Alfred Hitchcock would be good...

Think of what he would do with the "new" RoboCop movie!!


See that's anotehr reason I mentioned DeMille.
Imagine what HE would have done with Robocop - he would have put him back in the Biblical times and it would have been epic beyond anyone's imagination!


You mean like......JESUS becomes RoboCop after coming back from the dead?


You mean like, he actually didn't!?!?

I guess we don't need DeMille. Just nudge Verhoeven on the right track with this.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby burlivesleftnut on Tue Aug 05, 2008 2:37 pm

HAhahaah. Just think what JIM HENSON could do with a new ROBOCOP movie! Just think of the possibilities!
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby Bayouwolf on Tue Aug 05, 2008 2:40 pm

burlivesleftnut wrote:HAhahaah. Just think what JIM HENSON could do with a new ROBOCOP movie! Just think of the possibilities!


Fuck RoboCop
Jim Henson's Hell Boy.
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Re: Director Resurrection

Postby burlivesleftnut on Tue Aug 05, 2008 2:42 pm

I was only kidding around, but you make a great point! I bet Henson's Hellboy would actually be interesting!
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