ok artistically i appreciate the time jumps as a storytelling device and it was very compelling but what about the audience like me that says "Oh little women is on netflix now, i want to turn this on for a few minutes just watch the happy childhood scenes" huh??? what are we supposed to do??? search youtube for fan cuts like it is 2009???
i have a hunch... if the very profitable broadway production company chose to pay the actors more...... they wouldn't have had attendance issues....... just spit-balling......
"i'm losing $480 USD a month to be here" WOW I BET THE BROADWAY PRODUCTION COMPANY IS GOOD FOR IT IF THEY CHOSE TO BE anyway that's how you know this production wasn't artistically altruistic, this whole documentary was actually a scathing indictment of the state of the arts under capitalism
also i hate men…
this would have been indecipherable if matt hadn't been next to me to explain all the golf things
i have a pitch for hollywood, it is a classic adam sandler movie
-set on a beautiful location where oh noooo cast has to live for a few monthssss
-adam sandler + all his friends + anyone they invite, casting is more like a party invitation list
-strong comedic premise executed with an air of "i mean this is just for fun,…