The Future of Movies (1990)

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Matian26 (6 years ago)
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Wow, thank you SO much for uploading this!
Philip Zamora (6 years ago)
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I think it’s funny to hear Spielberg say that he had no desire to run a studio. He’s running DreamWorks!
twothumbsup89 (6 years ago)
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I think it’s funny to hear George Lucas say $75 million would be too expensive for a film and now, we have at least eight different summer blockbusters coming out this year alone that cost over $200 million to make.
Julian McBam (6 years ago)
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It’s funny to hear how opposed Steven Spielberg is to the idea of owning a studio.
anon (5 years ago)
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Also interesting to see Spielberg say he wanted to film a Howard Hughes biopic. Scorsese ended up doing that.
fuzzynavel1 (6 years ago)
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In Scorsese’s work I would take the final scene in "The Age of Innocence" as his defining moment. For Spielberg, it would be Giovanni Ribisi’s confessional moment in the church the night before he dies. For Lucas...nothing in particular really defines him.
SiskelLives (6 years ago)
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And Scorses DID make a film about unrequited love in the 1800’s - "Age of Innosense", 1993.
ananas238 (6 years ago)
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priceless footage
Jason (6 years ago)
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I think it is harder to make more personal films now then ever before.
SillyNinjacat (5 years ago)
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No! George, don’t do it!
BR (5 years ago)
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Actually for Lucas, he did direct some arial scenes in "Red Tails" which reminded me of the Star Wars pictures. Now, the frame that reminds me of Lucas the most is when Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) looks at the two suns in Tattoine. It is one of the greatest shots and really imo sums up George Lucas. It’s amazing hearing Scorsese, Spielberg, and Lucas speak. They will always be remembered.
MrNoCal (4 years ago)
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What a great video!!! Thanks so much gradepoint! I never saw this before.
Spielberg’s refusal on an ET sequel...perfect! Story was told and that’s it...screw the possibility of making more money with an unnecessary sequel that could never equal or even come close to the original! I soooo agree with that!

Oh, and I love the commercials! A new car for under $11K...you can barely buy a bicycle for that now (I exaggerate...but not much).

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gradepoint
6 years ago
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This is fascinating to watch, considering what has come to pass, and what has not.

Totally agree with the directors that nothing will ever replace the movie-going experience.

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