"There is no excuse for anyone today not to make something in their garage that’s ten times more original, fun, and talented than something made for millions of dollars." if only that was true. It supposes that all films that cost million of dollars are pieces of shit. I do appreciate the advice tho. been tackling with those issues ever since i left film school and to be honest, when those films you suggest should be made are shown, i always feel bad for the poor bastards. like, oh darn why did he do that. on a time,where everything is captured on film, or on cellphone when the history of film has been surpassed by Youtube uploads, and the images there have polluted film forever, what's the value in polluting this shit, further on? I mean i think and I think and then I think. better not. it's gonna be a flawed piece of shit, with the excuse "oh it's amateur (but it's fresh), oh it's young people with a camera (but it's candid), oh it's a debut film (but it's honest). you know what i'm saying? i just question that.
What did you mean when you referred to Herzog as an "Up and comer?" You do realize he made his first film in 1962 and has since added almost 60 directing credits to his name, right?
I haven't recovered from what Pearl Harbor did to me? Damn those Hollywood summer blockbusters!
Your comment about Werner Herzog is confusing to say the least. How can he be an up and comer, when he has been in the industry since the stone ages of German New Wave?