Pulp Fiction - I never spoke the same way again
I don't give a shit about what you financed. But, if you've got a copy of "Bound" around I'd like to see it....In my banking career I financed hundreds of movies. Many were shit, but some very good. I generally saw only a small portion of the movies I financed as I was mostly focused on the business and the financing and never got emotionally attached to the projects. I am not not a big movie fan or even TV watcher.
Of the movies I financed, my favorites tended to be the small ones:
1. Fargo (budget was $7.0 million)
2. Usual Suspects (Budget was $11.0 million)
3. The Big Lebowski (budget, don't remember)
4. Trainspotting (budget about $2.0 million
6. 4 Weddings and a Funeral
Other notable films I financed but did not see:
1. American History X
2. Iron Man
3. X Men Rise of The Silver Surfer
4. Batman Begins
5. Fight Club
Films I financed that no one saw:
1. Snow White and The Black Forest (Sigourney Weaver)
2. Bound (Gina Gershon & Meg Tilley lesbian sex movie)
3. White Squall (Toby McGuire's first movie, directed/produced by Ridley Scott)
4. Nell (Jodie Foster wild child movie)
5. Shop Girl (Steve Martin produced and stars)
I'm done financing movies as the systemic changes in the video segment make it impossible to adequately collateralize the financing. Could see it coming and knew it was time to move on.
[ame]http://www.amazon.com/Bound-Jennifer-Tilly/dp/B00005NTN5/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1331098733&sr=8-1[/ame]But, you started hanging around pawn shops a lot!
I don't give a shit about what you financed. But, if you've got a copy of "Bound" around I'd like to see it....