Saturday, November 24, 2012

On Peter Jackson

Peter Jackson basically went for the Reverse George Lucas, dropping the weight and the plaid, and if we're all being optimistic: dropped his ego to work with other's.

I'm getting pretty sick of hearing about The Hobbit and there's still going to be two more parts to the damned thing after this year's grand epic.

Still, Peter Jackson is the only director I would trust with the epic world-building necessary for new Star Wars movies, but I just can't shell out the cash for another three trilogies.

The man has become incapable of either original work or translating another's with less than 98% faithfulness and inclusion of the source material.

Even Peter Jackson's tweets are 300 characters long.

Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings Edition "RISK" is the only game that takes longer to play than a normal game of risk.

Peter Jackson's LotR Tic-Tac-Toe: the first person to play an O wins, then goes mad with power and dooms his descendants to redemption through a might quest.

Peter Jackson thought 'Crime and Punishment' was a great short story.

Lord of the Ring "Chutes and Ladders: where you realize on your last turn you could've taken a giant eagle the entire time.

Peter Jackson's Star Wars
would take place "A long, long time ago," all the way up through just a regularly long time ago.

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