Thread: A Look at....

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    • 6 years 2 months ago
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    Hey everyone. I have a new idea for an article series. Known as "A Look at...", the articles will be an indepth look at a director's career and work. Here's some I have in mind

    A Look at Hayao Miyazaki (actually starting on that one already)
    A Look at Mel Brooks
    A Look at Chaplin
    A Look at Pixar (the only studio article in this hopeful series)

    The series will commence if A Look at Hayao Miyazaki goes well with RetroJunkies.

    Until next time, keep writin' on.
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      • 6 years 2 months ago
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      What timing! I just gotten myself into Hayao Miyazaki again and I can't wait for your article to be completed =)

      I was planning to do the same articles like you're doing, but I never got around to it.:(
      I'm excited to read the articles you've listed, though!
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        • 5 years 7 months ago
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        Considering doing "A Look at..." on several franchises.
        The Pink Panther (Blake Edwards movies)
        Batman (including the animated series/movies)
        Superman
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          • 5 years 6 months ago
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          Great idea!

          Might I suggest Stanley Kubrick and Don Bluth?
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            • 5 years 6 months ago
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            Look at: Me!

            My fly is down.
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              • 5 years 6 months ago
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              Quote by Echidna64
              Great idea!

              Might I suggest Stanley Kubrick and Don Bluth?


              Stanley Kubrick is one I'm definately considering. Don Bluth on the other hand may take a long time since I have to see all his directorial filmography.
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