THE CJ CURRY EXPERIENCE #174
"Joss Whedon has his work cut out for him."
The (hypothetical) movie of my life!
- Name: "Be More Patient Than Reality"
- Genre: Tragicomedy
- Writer: Joss Whedon
- Director: Steven Spielberg
- Zach Braff (as CJ)
- David Tennant (as my oldest friend)
- Laurence Fishburne, Zooey Deschanel, Anna Paquin, Emma Stone (as my best friends)
- Jenna-Louise Coleman (as my sister)
- Ginnifer Goodwin (as my flatmate)
- Synopsis:A semibiographical look at my move to Melbourne and subsequent journey through uni, with about 35% fiction layered on top.
The film opens when I move to Melbourne and start living it up in college. I make friends and start having a blast at college and uni, but then tragedy strikes as one of my friends is Whedoned (not killed! just realistically written out). After some angsty soul-searching (and a few thrilling heroics), I choose a new lifestyle and begin again. (Sequel? Maybe not.)
Expect owls. And funny bits. And the Eureka Tower. Also, there may be a scene with a hot tub, I haven't decided yet. (Hell, I've already cut out the scene where I hack ASIO.)
- Recover - Chvrches (opening credits)
- Concertmate (Bobermann rmx) - Alan1 (when I'm going into the city)
- Never Acid Again (Neonlight rmx) - Cause4Concern (partying haaaard)
- Lights On - Katy B & Ms Dynamite (at the same party)
- Diane Young - Vampire Weekend (driving along the freeway)
- Belong - Washed Out (beach trip)
- Die Slow (Tobacco rmx) - Health (just after a disappointment)
- To Cut A Long Story Short (Vicarious Bliss Mellotron rmx) - Cazals (at a particularly sad bit)
- Lividup - Disclosure and Sleepyhead - Passion Pit (both for the balcony scene)
- Gonna Make It - Vydamo (during the fireworks)
- Freedom - Emma-Louise (final song of the movie as it pans up to the night sky)
- Do The Astral Plane - Flying Lotus (final credits)
- Run time: ~124 mins
- Budget: $200,000 (I wish)
- OFLC rating: MA15+ (naughty bits!)
- Alright, hell, you can have it in 16:9 HD.
- Production Company: Grilled Mouse
- Release date: One day...
alright, that's enough silliness for one day.