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Ann Arbor, MI

Member since:

September 5, 2006

Who are your favorite filmmakers?

John Frankenheimer, Godfrey Reggio, John Carpenter

What are some of your favorite movies?

Koyaanisqatsi ('82), A Clockwork Orange ('71), The Parallax View ('74), The Manchurian Candidate ('62), Suddenly ('54), Seven Days in May ('64), The Package ('89), Manhunter ('86), Alien ('79), The Thing ('82)

What lessons could the Hollywood studios learn from independent or foreign filmmakers?

Flash and hype may bring them in, but an interesting story keeps them there, and great performances bring them back, again and again.


Hey....wuzzup? Sorry about the creepy, dark pictures I posted. Ironicaly, it is also 'creepy, dark pictures' I mention as my favoite movies.

What Robert is saying about this Meetup Group

I'm sorry I have had so little time to spend meeting members of the group. I'm sure I will be early one day and actually get to meet people.

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