Geoff Murphy - Hollywood

Hollywood

In the 1990s Murphy spent a number of years working in Hollywood directing big-budget movies such as Young Guns II, Freejack, and the Steven Seagal sequel Under Siege 2: Dark Territory; the latter being his most successful film at the box-office (grossing over US$100 million worldwide). However, none of the movies were successful with critics.

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Famous quotes containing the word hollywood:

    If New York is the Big Apple, tonight Hollywood is the Big Nipple.
    Bernardo Bertolucci (b. 1940)

    That’s one thing I like about Hollywood. The writer is there revealed in his ultimate corruption. He asks no praise, because his praise comes to him in the form of a salary check. In Hollywood the average writer is not young, not honest, not brave, and a bit overdressed. But he is darn good company, which book writers as a rule are not. He is better than what he writes. Most book writers are not as good.
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    Where is Hollywood located? Chiefly between the ears. In that part of the American brain lately vacated by God.
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