James Brundage has been writing movie reviews for over four years, and has still not figured out whyhe has put up with Hollywood for this long. He spends his time analysing the bizarre world of popularculture and writing books (as a hobby). Seeing as his literary classification would have to be as an absurdist, James decided one day that hewas no longer going to write reviews that were unbearably boring to both the reader and the writer,and thus he began to be fun. This is at about the same time when the online market opened up to himand the print medium began to shut him down. He has written the following works he is willing to tell you about: THE GREAT AMERICAN NOVEL (novel):a satire of the creative process CAPRICIOUS (novel):a semi socialist document that focuses on a heroin overdose at a party and makes a comedy out of it DOREEN'S ROOM (play/screenplay): a lyric work based upon a British friend's story about a man who can see thecolour (sorry, blokes, color) of emotions. In addition to the imdb, he also posts his reviews at several other websites.
Favorite Lyric film: THE SWEET HEREAFTER Favorite old film: CITIZEN KANE Favorite Italian film (tie): CINEMA PARADISO, LA VITA E BELLA Favorite film of 1999: What? In THIS year? Oh, fine, American Beauty, with Magnolia as a close second.
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