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Unformatted text preview: CTCS 466 October 4, 2007 Movie: Michael Clayton Opening- Malton had issues with the film Trade in the fact that it has powerful moments, but it would stumble- Would have to cast intelligent young actors that knew the subject matter they were dealing with and could handle it- Learn from bad movies as well as good movies, sometimes you can learn more from a movie that has problems - Use it as a textbook for how not to do something;- Film composer goes through a spotting section. Watch the film together, and spot where they think it needs music- Most affective soundtrack is no music, some scenes play so completely that music will be superfluous - Best films are seamless, you dont see threads neatly woven together- Robert Bletchley film critc carved out a second career for himself, started to do after dinner speeches after the Broadway shows at night- Worked with MGM and created shorts, later co wrote a script with Alfred Hitchcock- A Night at the Movies 1977 (something 7) MGM Short...
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2009 for the course CTCS 466 taught by Professor Maltin during the Fall '08 term at USC.
- Fall '08