what was that sitcom scene in nbk inspired by

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what was that sitcom scene in nbk inspired by

Post by al bundy » Thu Oct 14, 2004 10:17 am

yeah in nbk theres this fvnny ass part that is viewed like a sitcome.....i would say its from married with children because it must have been around then, but were there other sitcomes that were this rude?

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Re: what was that sitcom scene in nbk inspired by

Post by Johny_Exhale2 » Fri Oct 15, 2004 11:01 pm

its not based on anything, Oliver Stone says in the commentary that he just felt like making something dramatic look funny and happy
thats why Rodney Dangerfield was such a good choice to play Mallory's dad, he looks like a sick pedophile but hes actually an unbeleivable funny guy

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Re: what was that sitcom scene in nbk inspired by

Post by al bundy » Mon Oct 18, 2004 10:18 am

but why in the form of a family sit come? the first thing those types of comedies came out....eg sit comes with dirty characters, it was a new thing in film history and inspired the simpsons, roseanne etc.-given the fact that oliver was not acredited for inventing this type of comedy-to the contrary it was known to one of his only films that were the oposite of ahead of his time-this does suggest that he got that sit com scene from somewhere.

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Re: what was that sitcom scene in nbk inspired by

Post by Angel » Sat Oct 01, 2005 8:03 am

It is just a cool stylish way to do a flashback. Tarantino did the anime flashback in Kill Bill and there was some other stuff like that written into the Kill Bill screenplay.
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