MovieBabble’s Dream Movie Projects…Part 4!

Nick Kush

A current college student, Nick founded MovieBabble in October of 2016. As a film critic, he offers content that is meant to entertain as well as educate. He fell in love with film after first seeing Forrest Gump and has been hooked ever since.

10 Responses

  1. Egy Author says:

    lovely Amy Schumer love her movies

  2. Steve says:

    Amy Schumer has invited and earned every bit of “hate” she has received. And she is not funny. Daniel Day Lewis, on the other hand, starred in Lincoln, which may as well have been a comedy – I laughed my behind off throughout most of it. This was an unexpected surprise because I certainly wasn’t expecting any laughs, much less so many. I wish I had read or seen The Dome (still sitting on the bookshelf waiting for me) so at present I cannot comment on that one, but it sounds interesting.

    • Nick Kush says:

      Schumer definitely has gone downhill in recent years. I used to think that she was hilarious but now her head’s gotten a little big.

  3. Under the dome had me up til that HORRIBLE 3rd season! (Sorry never read the book….yet)
    Mom and I both watched the show and neither of us liked it (which is RARE for us to agree)

    • Nick Kush says:

      Which is why a tight, defined script might be pretty great for it! That way they wouldn’t have to go ridiculous with it.

  4. Under the Dome saw a great adaptation in the form of The Simpsons Movie.

  5. Hey, there! Time for my thoughts on your picks! Since I’m not really familiar with Under The Dome, I’ll just agree with your thoughts and move on. Now, I don’t really follow Amy Schumer. However, I don’t hate her in any way. As you mentioned last time, drama really displays how effective an actor can be. I agree with you that she and Will Ferrell need to step away from comedies for a while in order to get their film careers back on track. Next: As someone who has family members who attended Penn State, it’s nice for their football program to finally be resurrected following a key 2016 home win over Ohio State following a dispicible act that hung over it due to a horrid creepazoid that ultimately damaged Joe Paterno’s legacy. Maybe both a dramatic HBO program AND a documentary would help bring the full details of this traumatizing event to light. Since I haven’t heard of Sean Baker, I’ll again agree and move on. As far as Arm-Fall-Off-Boy is concerned, I’ve only heard of him from DC’s Legion of Super-Heroes. If that film is going to get made, then you have to bring in the Legion first. Who knows how Edgar Wright’s signature style will work on this little-known character? As far as DDL in a comedy is concerned, I agree that the planets would have to align with the right people surrounding him in order for him to come out of retirement just for chuckles. Finally, here’s hoping Colin Trevorrow rebounds and finds work. Maybe he should try his hands on a indy film. It would be interesting for him to try that avenue out.

    • Nick Kush says:

      Thorough as always! Lol I want Trevorrow to delve into something like Sean Baker’s upcoming “The Florida Project.” HE has the right sentimentality to make a truly moving movie in that style.

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