Discussion:
Mission Impossible 3 ????¿
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The Starmaker
2006-06-05 22:35:47 UTC
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You know what i don't understand....
this movie 'mission impossibile 3'...
I mean, I heard Tom Cruise picked the
director because he liked his directing work on the "Lost"
tv series...
But I saW MI3
and i have to say..
I didn't see any
resemblance
of the director's work on Lost and
the movie MI3.
Like if it was really directed by two
different people!
Am I wrong here?

I mean, director's are suppose to
be an artist that paint pictures with
a brush on celuoid film. Then you can
see the director's style on all
his work. But I saw no style or
resemblance of the directing work on Lost
and the directing work on MI3.

I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.

I think Tom Cruise got ripped of...

But I could be wrong..


The Starmaker
w***@compuserve.com
2006-06-06 02:47:32 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.

The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode. On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.

He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.

He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.

- Bill

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The Starmaker
2006-06-06 17:39:27 UTC
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Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court

Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005

"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."

Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.

-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.




Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.

Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.

Isn't Fraud against the law?


The Starmaker

Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-06-06 20:17:58 UTC
Permalink
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.

I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!

If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???

There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."

All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.

It's just fraud, that's all.


The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-06-07 17:42:59 UTC
Permalink
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.

Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.

He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.

The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
Loading Image...
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)

So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"

Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?

Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?

The Starmaker


and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
Puzzla
2006-06-07 17:50:52 UTC
Permalink
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's
Mission: Impossible"
Then he disregards everything JJ has to say and makes his crappy movie his
way.

Puzz
The Starmaker
2006-06-07 19:01:39 UTC
Permalink
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!

The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-06-07 23:01:28 UTC
Permalink
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!

That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.

It's called a "rip-off".

Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?


The Starmaker

"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
David Johnston
2006-06-08 00:23:38 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 07 Jun 2006 23:01:28 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
After the first two? I doubt that.
The Starmaker
2006-06-21 17:51:33 UTC
Permalink
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?

"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert

Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-06-21 18:11:15 UTC
Permalink
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-06-21 19:17:05 UTC
Permalink
The only way to stop these people from commiting literary thief,
is to stop having children with these people.

Don't bring another one of their sons into this world. Have an abortion.
Have their sons killed -- ...because this must all end.


This Kosher Nostra thing that's been going on for 2000 years -- has to stop,
it has to end, Now!!


The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-06-21 21:41:18 UTC
Permalink
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers


Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)


So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?

You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!

What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.

The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.


I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.


"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert


You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."


He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
David Johnston
2006-06-21 22:13:35 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 21:41:18 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea,
Using someone else's idea is isn't theft.
The Starmaker
2006-06-21 23:01:23 UTC
Permalink
Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 21:41:18 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea,
Using someone else's idea is isn't theft.
So why do you suppose Roger Ebert is quoted as saying "Tarantino should send him a bill"?

"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert

Isn't it because he "borrowed" the idea, made money from it and didn't pay the original owner
any money for use of the idea?


Maybe you don't understand Hollywood. Ideas are a commodity in Hollywood. Millions
are invested on a simple idea you can write on a back of a match cover.

The Starmaker
David Johnston
2006-06-21 23:11:03 UTC
Permalink
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 23:01:23 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 21:41:18 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea,
Using someone else's idea is isn't theft.
So why do you suppose Roger Ebert is quoted as saying "Tarantino should send him a bill"?
Because Roger Ebert sometimes jokes.
The Starmaker
2006-06-22 00:58:35 UTC
Permalink
Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 23:01:23 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 21:41:18 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea,
Using someone else's idea is isn't theft.
So why do you suppose Roger Ebert is quoted as saying "Tarantino should send him a bill"?
Because Roger Ebert sometimes jokes.
I could understand *most* people might find that funny, but there are some people in
show business that don't think it's funny.
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.acting/msg/f960953c6e4214d4?dmode=source
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.acting/browse_frm/thread/d76db482592448e1/22c05e470dd35adf?q=that+practically+never+happens&rnum=1#22c05e470dd35adf



What is your favorite movie David, I wanna look it up and see if the showbiz people stole it!


The Starmaker
David Johnston
2006-06-22 02:22:37 UTC
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Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 23:01:23 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 21:41:18 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea,
Using someone else's idea is isn't theft.
So why do you suppose Roger Ebert is quoted as saying "Tarantino should send him a bill"?
Because Roger Ebert sometimes jokes.
I could understand *most* people might find that funny, but there are some people in
show business that don't think it's funny.
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.acting/msg/f960953c6e4214d4?dmode=source
You don't know the difference between reusing a single idea and
stealing an entire script?
The Starmaker
2006-06-22 05:08:17 UTC
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Post by David Johnston
On Thu, 22 Jun 2006 00:58:35 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 23:01:23 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 21:41:18 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea,
Using someone else's idea is isn't theft.
So why do you suppose Roger Ebert is quoted as saying "Tarantino should send him a bill"?
Because Roger Ebert sometimes jokes.
I could understand *most* people might find that funny, but there are some people in
show business that don't think it's funny.
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.acting/msg/f960953c6e4214d4?dmode=source
You don't know the difference between reusing a single idea and
stealing an entire script?
What you mean to say is, do I know the difference between stealing somebodys elses single idea and
stealing their entire script?

An entire script is based on a single idea.

Whether you steal an single idea or the whole entire script, it's the same thing! There is no difference!!

"Tarantino should send him a bill", not for stealing an entire script, but for stealing a single idea.
You're saying David, that Roger Ebert doesn't know the difference between reusing a single idea and
stealing an entire script? Then I don't know the difference either.

-- I'm not talking about laws written in law books, I'm talking about Thou Shall Not Steal!

Thou Shall Not Steal means don't steal the single cookie in the cookie jar regardless how many
cookies are in the whole entire jar.

The Starmaker


What's your favorite movie, i wanna lookit up in the stolen movie department.
David Johnston
2006-06-22 05:59:46 UTC
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Post by David Johnston
On Thu, 22 Jun 2006 00:58:35 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 23:01:23 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by David Johnston
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 21:41:18 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea,
Using someone else's idea is isn't theft.
So why do you suppose Roger Ebert is quoted as saying "Tarantino should send him a bill"?
Because Roger Ebert sometimes jokes.
I could understand *most* people might find that funny, but there are some people in
show business that don't think it's funny.
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.acting/msg/f960953c6e4214d4?dmode=source
You don't know the difference between reusing a single idea and
stealing an entire script?
What you mean to say is, do I know the difference between stealing somebodys elses single idea and
stealing their entire script?
No. I meant to say what I said. Using an idea that someone else
already published isn't stealing.
Post by The Starmaker
An entire script is based on a single idea.
Not that one.
Post by The Starmaker
You're saying David, that Roger Ebert doesn't know the difference between reusing a single idea and
stealing an entire script? Then I don't know the difference either.
I'm saying that Roger Ebert was making a joke about a derivative story
element. If that had actually been stealing then you would have seen
lawsuits. The fact is, there are no movies which do not contain
something that hasn't been used before.
The Starmaker
2006-06-22 16:29:50 UTC
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Post by David Johnston
I'm saying that Roger Ebert was making a joke about a derivative story
element.
I read the review, he doesn't joke much...especially when giving a film a thumbs down.
Post by David Johnston
If that had actually been stealing then you would have seen
lawsuits. The fact is, there are no movies which do not contain
something that hasn't been used before.
Maybe you don't understand the definition of the word stealing.
http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theft


"...consisting of one's taking from another person, business, or state any object,
money, or information they have not authorized him to have or use."


According to Roger Ebert, "Tarantino should send him a bill" for taking information without authorization.

Taking information frrom another person they have not authorized him to have is called *theft*, stealing.

Am I reading the definition wrong¿


The Starmaker
David Johnston
2006-06-22 20:33:59 UTC
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On Thu, 22 Jun 2006 16:29:50 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by David Johnston
I'm saying that Roger Ebert was making a joke about a derivative story
element.
I read the review, he doesn't joke much...especially when giving a film a thumbs down.
Which he didn't do.
Post by The Starmaker
Post by David Johnston
If that had actually been stealing then you would have seen
lawsuits. The fact is, there are no movies which do not contain
something that hasn't been used before.
Maybe you don't understand the definition of the word stealing.
http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theft
"...consisting of one's taking from another person, business, or state any object,
money, or information they have not authorized him to have or use."
According to Roger Ebert, "Tarantino should send him a bill" for taking information without authorization.
Taking information frrom another person they have not authorized him to have is called *theft*, stealing.
Am I reading the definition wrong¿
Yes. If Tarantino wanted his information kept private he wouldn't
have published it to the general public.
Guy Bannis
2006-06-22 17:54:35 UTC
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Post by David Johnston
I'm saying that Roger Ebert was making a joke about a derivative story
element. If that had actually been stealing then you would have seen
lawsuits. The fact is, there are no movies which do not contain
something that hasn't been used before.
Plus, even Tarantino would admit that his movies are largely derivative
of movies before him. He has cited Peckinpah as well as Hong Kong
martial arts movies as influences.
The Starmaker
2006-06-22 20:19:37 UTC
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Post by Guy Bannis
Post by David Johnston
I'm saying that Roger Ebert was making a joke about a derivative story
element. If that had actually been stealing then you would have seen
lawsuits. The fact is, there are no movies which do not contain
something that hasn't been used before.
Plus, even Tarantino would admit that his movies are largely derivative
of movies before him. He has cited Peckinpah as well as Hong Kong
martial arts movies as influences.
The reason why there are so many "re-makes" is because Hollywood is
afraid of original ideas.


The Starmaker


But I feel sorry for those of yous who believe original ideas no longer exist.
Cally
2006-07-12 01:26:45 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
But I feel sorry for those of yous who believe original ideas no longer exist.
There are only a handful of "stories". The genius is in bringing them
to life.
The Starmaker
2006-06-22 22:13:09 UTC
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Post by Guy Bannis
Post by David Johnston
I'm saying that Roger Ebert was making a joke about a derivative story
element. If that had actually been stealing then you would have seen
lawsuits. The fact is, there are no movies which do not contain
something that hasn't been used before.
Plus, even Tarantino would admit that his movies are largely derivative
of movies before him. He has cited Peckinpah as well as Hong Kong
martial arts movies as influences.
"a derivative story element"? Is "derivative" a fancy schmancy word for stealing?

How about "a similar story element"? I can play the game too!

The game is, how many words they can come up with to replace "stealing"?


My mother asked me, "Where did you get that bike?" I told her "I found it!!"

It must have fell off a truck!!!
The Starmaker
2006-06-22 22:32:18 UTC
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Post by Guy Bannis
Post by David Johnston
I'm saying that Roger Ebert was making a joke about a derivative story
element. If that had actually been stealing then you would have seen
lawsuits. The fact is, there are no movies which do not contain
something that hasn't been used before.
Plus, even Tarantino would admit that his movies are largely derivative
of movies before him. He has cited Peckinpah as well as Hong Kong
martial arts movies as influences.
and before you use words like "derivative", understand it meaning first.

DERIVATIVE WORK? Only the owner of copyright in a work has the right to prepare,
or to authorize someone else to create, a new version of that work.
The owner is generally the author or someone who has obtained rights from the author.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derivative_work
The Starmaker
2006-06-30 22:33:22 UTC
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So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?

If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.

And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.

I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...

"Who's Stealing What"

"Who's Stealing From Whom?


The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog


The Best Is Yet To Come!


i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert

"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert

I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??

You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/

and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?

Wadda you guys think is the answer¿


Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!







BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?

QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.

HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?

QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.

BRODY
What's that, a ship?

HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...

Quint remembering.

CLOSE ON QUINT

QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.



The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-05 19:19:58 UTC
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and then i look at the "Jaws" credits and
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073195/fullcredits#writers

this is what I see:
uncredited, uncredited, uncredited!

Howard Sackler (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
John Milius (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
Robert Shaw (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited


Hollywood seems to be full of *gonifs*!!!!

Who *stole* the credit????


The Starmaker

I mean. they are making a movie called
(The Good Salior) in 2007
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/

and the idea was *stolen* from the most famous
monologue in film history "Jaws",
and the original writers had it stolen from them!!!!

So who is doing all this stealing besides all the stealing that's
already been done? Who stole the "Indianapolis monologue"?
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-06 19:50:26 UTC
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Now, here is a quote by Steven Spielberg...

Mr. Spielberg speaking:

"There is. The speech was invented by…well, history invented the idea;
Howard Sackler brought the idea to me and put it in his version of the script,
but he only wrote two paragraphs. John Milius, a very close friend of mine who’s
a director and a writer, he wrote a 10-page monologue for Quint to say based on
Howard Sackler’s two paragraphs. And then Robert Shaw totally rewrote John Milius
and came back the next day with a very doable five-page monologue, which he then performed a few days later."


Now, I'm going to translate what Spielberg is saying:
You notice he uses the words "invented by..." then he realizes that it's going
to be published and hesitates then changes his story...

He was going to say "The speech was invented by Howard Sackler or John Milius".
That's how these gonifs in Hollywood talk. They act as though they *invented* everything, but
the fact is, they *steal* everything!
They steal from each other like parasites!! Which is what they really are.

They love to use those words "based on", it's just another word for "I stole it from him".

But still, who gets the credit? Or who stole the credit?

Somebody is going around stealing other's people's credits...

Don't tell me it's that Guild that *protects* writers!
The WGA (Writers Guild of America) only protects the gonifs!

Is Steven Spielberg the real gonif here?

The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
and then i look at the "Jaws" credits and
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073195/fullcredits#writers
uncredited, uncredited, uncredited!
Howard Sackler (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
John Milius (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
Robert Shaw (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited
Hollywood seems to be full of *gonifs*!!!!
Who *stole* the credit????
The Starmaker
I mean. they are making a movie called
(The Good Salior) in 2007
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and the idea was *stolen* from the most famous
monologue in film history "Jaws",
and the original writers had it stolen from them!!!!
So who is doing all this stealing besides all the stealing that's
already been done? Who stole the "Indianapolis monologue"?
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-06 20:27:22 UTC
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All I know is
there is a movie
coming out in 2007
called "The Good Salior"
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/

and it would be interesting to see who are they going to list
as the author, or "based on", "story by", "created by", etc ...
on www.imdb.com.

Then we'll know who gets the credit or

"Who's The Gonif??

The Starmaker

I just cannot imagine they giving credit where credit is due, they haven't yet...
and it's simply not in "their blood" to do so.
Post by The Starmaker
Now, here is a quote by Steven Spielberg...
"There is. The speech was invented by…well, history invented the idea;
Howard Sackler brought the idea to me and put it in his version of the script,
but he only wrote two paragraphs. John Milius, a very close friend of mine who’s
a director and a writer, he wrote a 10-page monologue for Quint to say based on
Howard Sackler’s two paragraphs. And then Robert Shaw totally rewrote John Milius
and came back the next day with a very doable five-page monologue, which he then performed a few days later."
You notice he uses the words "invented by..." then he realizes that it's going
to be published and hesitates then changes his story...
He was going to say "The speech was invented by Howard Sackler or John Milius".
That's how these gonifs in Hollywood talk. They act as though they *invented* everything, but
the fact is, they *steal* everything!
They steal from each other like parasites!! Which is what they really are.
They love to use those words "based on", it's just another word for "I stole it from him".
But still, who gets the credit? Or who stole the credit?
Somebody is going around stealing other's people's credits...
Don't tell me it's that Guild that *protects* writers!
The WGA (Writers Guild of America) only protects the gonifs!
Is Steven Spielberg the real gonif here?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
and then i look at the "Jaws" credits and
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073195/fullcredits#writers
uncredited, uncredited, uncredited!
Howard Sackler (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
John Milius (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
Robert Shaw (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited
Hollywood seems to be full of *gonifs*!!!!
Who *stole* the credit????
The Starmaker
I mean. they are making a movie called
(The Good Salior) in 2007
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and the idea was *stolen* from the most famous
monologue in film history "Jaws",
and the original writers had it stolen from them!!!!
So who is doing all this stealing besides all the stealing that's
already been done? Who stole the "Indianapolis monologue"?
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-07 01:59:38 UTC
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That's strangeeee...

I just noticed *they* changed the title of "The Good Sailor" 2007 to
"Untitled Hunter Scott Project" (2007) (pre-production)
at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/

Is somebody playing cat and mouse games?

Everytime I point out these "little" details in IMDB, somebody changes it around,
or makes it disapear.


That is not going to change anything, it's still *stolen*!


The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, here is a quote by Steven Spielberg...
"There is. The speech was invented by…well, history invented the idea;
Howard Sackler brought the idea to me and put it in his version of the script,
but he only wrote two paragraphs. John Milius, a very close friend of mine who’s
a director and a writer, he wrote a 10-page monologue for Quint to say based on
Howard Sackler’s two paragraphs. And then Robert Shaw totally rewrote John Milius
and came back the next day with a very doable five-page monologue, which he then performed a few days later."
You notice he uses the words "invented by..." then he realizes that it's going
to be published and hesitates then changes his story...
He was going to say "The speech was invented by Howard Sackler or John Milius".
That's how these gonifs in Hollywood talk. They act as though they *invented* everything, but
the fact is, they *steal* everything!
They steal from each other like parasites!! Which is what they really are.
They love to use those words "based on", it's just another word for "I stole it from him".
But still, who gets the credit? Or who stole the credit?
Somebody is going around stealing other's people's credits...
Don't tell me it's that Guild that *protects* writers!
The WGA (Writers Guild of America) only protects the gonifs!
Is Steven Spielberg the real gonif here?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
and then i look at the "Jaws" credits and
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073195/fullcredits#writers
uncredited, uncredited, uncredited!
Howard Sackler (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
John Milius (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
Robert Shaw (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited
Hollywood seems to be full of *gonifs*!!!!
Who *stole* the credit????
The Starmaker
I mean. they are making a movie called
(The Good Salior) in 2007
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and the idea was *stolen* from the most famous
monologue in film history "Jaws",
and the original writers had it stolen from them!!!!
So who is doing all this stealing besides all the stealing that's
already been done? Who stole the "Indianapolis monologue"?
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-07 02:27:00 UTC
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These people are cockroaches, you shine a little light on them and they
scramble like cockroaches!

And I step on cockroaches.

The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
That's strangeeee...
I just noticed *they* changed the title of "The Good Sailor" 2007 to
"Untitled Hunter Scott Project" (2007) (pre-production)
at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
Is somebody playing cat and mouse games?
Everytime I point out these "little" details in IMDB, somebody changes it around,
or makes it disapear.
That is not going to change anything, it's still *stolen*!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, here is a quote by Steven Spielberg...
"There is. The speech was invented by…well, history invented the idea;
Howard Sackler brought the idea to me and put it in his version of the script,
but he only wrote two paragraphs. John Milius, a very close friend of mine who’s
a director and a writer, he wrote a 10-page monologue for Quint to say based on
Howard Sackler’s two paragraphs. And then Robert Shaw totally rewrote John Milius
and came back the next day with a very doable five-page monologue, which he then performed a few days later."
You notice he uses the words "invented by..." then he realizes that it's going
to be published and hesitates then changes his story...
He was going to say "The speech was invented by Howard Sackler or John Milius".
That's how these gonifs in Hollywood talk. They act as though they *invented* everything, but
the fact is, they *steal* everything!
They steal from each other like parasites!! Which is what they really are.
They love to use those words "based on", it's just another word for "I stole it from him".
But still, who gets the credit? Or who stole the credit?
Somebody is going around stealing other's people's credits...
Don't tell me it's that Guild that *protects* writers!
The WGA (Writers Guild of America) only protects the gonifs!
Is Steven Spielberg the real gonif here?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
and then i look at the "Jaws" credits and
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073195/fullcredits#writers
uncredited, uncredited, uncredited!
Howard Sackler (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
John Milius (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited and
Robert Shaw (Indianapolis monologue) uncredited
Hollywood seems to be full of *gonifs*!!!!
Who *stole* the credit????
The Starmaker
I mean. they are making a movie called
(The Good Salior) in 2007
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and the idea was *stolen* from the most famous
monologue in film history "Jaws",
and the original writers had it stolen from them!!!!
So who is doing all this stealing besides all the stealing that's
already been done? Who stole the "Indianapolis monologue"?
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-08 02:18:44 UTC
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Robert Nelson Jacobs ("The Shipping News, "The Water Horse") has been
tapped to pen a version of Universal Pictures' untitled Hunter Scott
project. Previously known as "U.S.S. Indianapolis" and "The Good
Sailor," project has been in development at the studio since 1998 and
has undergone various rewrites reports Variety.

Story centers on Hunter Scott, who caused a stir when the research he
did for a school history project caused a re-examination of the case of
U.S.S. Indianapolis Capt. Charles McVeigh, who had been court-martialed
and blamed for the WWII sinking of the ship and the loss of the sailors.

Jacobs has been hired to do a major overhaul, with helmer J.J. Abrams in
mind to direct. Jacobs' version will create a fictional relationship
between Scott and an aging survivor of the ship disaster.
---


"Major overhaul"? That sounds like J.J. Abrams is getting the credit if
you know what I mean.


"Major overhaul" reminds me when I was a kid and I stole somebody's bike
and I did
a major overhaul on it (i re-painted it) so nobody would recognize it
and claim it was their bike.


I have a feeling J.J Abrams will be doing a lot of "major overhauls" now
and in the future!


That's what you call in hollywood, a genius.


The Starmaker

This putz is not even worth my time anymore, point me to the next gonif,
I got bigger fish to fry!


The best is yet to come.
The Starmaker
2006-07-08 18:37:24 UTC
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But I figured out how it's going to read in 2007.

No matter how many people stole it and re-wrote it, and re-write it..

It will read on IMDB dot com

The Good Sailor
Directed by J.J. Abrams
Writen by J.J. Abrams

maybe somebody will be lucky enough to get a "uncredited" credit!


The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Robert Nelson Jacobs ("The Shipping News, "The Water Horse") has been
tapped to pen a version of Universal Pictures' untitled Hunter Scott
project. Previously known as "U.S.S. Indianapolis" and "The Good
Sailor," project has been in development at the studio since 1998 and
has undergone various rewrites reports Variety.
Story centers on Hunter Scott, who caused a stir when the research he
did for a school history project caused a re-examination of the case of
U.S.S. Indianapolis Capt. Charles McVeigh, who had been court-martialed
and blamed for the WWII sinking of the ship and the loss of the sailors.
Jacobs has been hired to do a major overhaul, with helmer J.J. Abrams in
mind to direct. Jacobs' version will create a fictional relationship
between Scott and an aging survivor of the ship disaster.
---
"Major overhaul"? That sounds like J.J. Abrams is getting the credit if
you know what I mean.
"Major overhaul" reminds me when I was a kid and I stole somebody's bike
and I did
a major overhaul on it (i re-painted it) so nobody would recognize it
and claim it was their bike.
I have a feeling J.J Abrams will be doing a lot of "major overhauls" now
and in the future!
That's what you call in hollywood, a genius.
The Starmaker
This putz is not even worth my time anymore, point me to the next gonif,
I got bigger fish to fry!
The best is yet to come.
The Starmaker
2006-07-06 01:09:29 UTC
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Eventually...
as the days go by...
new crimes come to light..
--
Broken Flowers

Reed Martin v. Vivendi, Focus Features.
Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”
New Filing in California.


But why do they use words like "copied". I don't understand. Don't they know the correct
terminology is "stolen"?

I mean, this Reed Martin guy must be pissed that he's suing because they took his screenplay
and made a movie with it without giving him the money or the credit!

Do you see Reed's Martin name on the credits?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412019/fullcredits#writers

What I do see is

Directed by
Jim Jarmusch

Writing credits
Jim Jarmusch (written by)


Bill Raden (inspired by an idea from) &
Sara Driver (inspired by an idea from)



How many gonifs are there in Hollywood?


Who is the real gonif?


The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-06 01:20:07 UTC
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Like for example this filing in the New York Supreme Court...

Navarone Productions v. Sony Pictures. Owner of “Force Ten from Navarone” alleges distributor
has shorted it more than $1 million in revenues from the distribution outside the US and Canada.
New Filing NY Supreme.


Now they use the word here "shorted".

It should read.

"Sony Pictures has *stolen* more than $1 million dollars from Navarone Productions."


I don't get it. Since when did people stop using the word "stolen"?


The Starmaker


Who shorted the cookie from the cookie jar?
Post by The Starmaker
Eventually...
as the days go by...
new crimes come to light..
--
Broken Flowers
Reed Martin v. Vivendi, Focus Features.
Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”
New Filing in California.
But why do they use words like "copied". I don't understand. Don't they know the correct
terminology is "stolen"?
I mean, this Reed Martin guy must be pissed that he's suing because they took his screenplay
and made a movie with it without giving him the money or the credit!
Do you see Reed's Martin name on the credits?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412019/fullcredits#writers
What I do see is
Directed by
Jim Jarmusch
Writing credits
Jim Jarmusch (written by)
Bill Raden (inspired by an idea from) &
Sara Driver (inspired by an idea from)
How many gonifs are there in Hollywood?
Who is the real gonif?
The Starmaker
The Starmaker
2006-07-07 17:19:40 UTC
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Can you imagine if you will...
Reed Martin goes to the movie theater
and watches the movie "Broken Flowers"..
and see's his work on the screen..
He could only be feeling hurt, angry...
feeling ripped-off.

He went as far what most screen writers are afriad to do, ..sue.
Cause he knows, "he'll never work in this town again" once he does that.

But I come from a different planet..
I don't believe in suing these flotsams..

You need to make an example of them.

You need to take a gun and put it on their heads...

and tell them

"Either you give me my money or I'll put a bullet through your head!"


I could not imagine doing it any other way.

I don't even think *God* would sue them!

Jesus Christ would probably get very angry and tear the place up, if I know Him.


The Starmaker

I think the biggest mistake people make in Hollywood is "trusting those people".

You cannot trust those people!
Have you any idea what is behind those faces that they wear?

Just imagine what a cat sees when he is looking at a mouse.





---
I could not get myself to buy the DVD "Broken Flowers", it's stolen material. --The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Eventually...
as the days go by...
new crimes come to light..
--
Broken Flowers
Reed Martin v. Vivendi, Focus Features.
Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”
New Filing in California.
But why do they use words like "copied". I don't understand. Don't they know the correct
terminology is "stolen"?
I mean, this Reed Martin guy must be pissed that he's suing because they took his screenplay
and made a movie with it without giving him the money or the credit!
Do you see Reed's Martin name on the credits?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412019/fullcredits#writers
What I do see is
Directed by
Jim Jarmusch
Writing credits
Jim Jarmusch (written by)
Bill Raden (inspired by an idea from) &
Sara Driver (inspired by an idea from)
How many gonifs are there in Hollywood?
Who is the real gonif?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-08 18:59:31 UTC
Permalink
"Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”"

Legal definitions of the word "piracy"
piracy:

1) taking a ship or plane away from the control of those who are legally entitled to it; "air piracy"

2) the unauthorized duplication of goods protected by intellectual property law

3) performing a show for profit without permission (and without paying royalties to the copyright holder)

4) The copying of a screenplay without the permission of the writer.


There sure is a lot of "piracy" going on.

Is there a word for pirates accusing others of piracy?

This is a strange world we live in.
Even the people in the world are strange.
They act strange.

I'm beggining to think this whole entire universe is strange!

Maybe people were meant to steal, and somebody made a mistake and made a "law" against!

Maybe they made "stealing" against the law because there is money in it for lawyers!!

I mean, I see birds steal food from other birds all the time.

It must be okay.

The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Eventually...
as the days go by...
new crimes come to light..
--
Broken Flowers
Reed Martin v. Vivendi, Focus Features.
Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”
New Filing in California.
But why do they use words like "copied". I don't understand. Don't they know the correct
terminology is "stolen"?
I mean, this Reed Martin guy must be pissed that he's suing because they took his screenplay
and made a movie with it without giving him the money or the credit!
Do you see Reed's Martin name on the credits?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412019/fullcredits#writers
What I do see is
Directed by
Jim Jarmusch
Writing credits
Jim Jarmusch (written by)
Bill Raden (inspired by an idea from) &
Sara Driver (inspired by an idea from)
How many gonifs are there in Hollywood?
Who is the real gonif?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-09 01:52:05 UTC
Permalink
Would you believe I just read this article just now for the first time?
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2006/06/28/stolen_flowers/
Post by The Starmaker
Eventually...
as the days go by...
new crimes come to light..
--
Broken Flowers
Reed Martin v. Vivendi, Focus Features.
Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”
New Filing in California.
But why do they use words like "copied". I don't understand. Don't they know the correct
terminology is "stolen"?
I mean, this Reed Martin guy must be pissed that he's suing because they took his screenplay
and made a movie with it without giving him the money or the credit!
Do you see Reed's Martin name on the credits?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412019/fullcredits#writers
What I do see is
Directed by
Jim Jarmusch
Writing credits
Jim Jarmusch (written by)
Bill Raden (inspired by an idea from) &
Sara Driver (inspired by an idea from)
How many gonifs are there in Hollywood?
Who is the real gonif?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
Derek Janssen
2006-07-09 02:00:00 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Would you believe I just read this article just now for the first time?
Yes. Yes I would.

Derek Janssen (seems quite plausible, in fact)
***@comcast.net
The Starmaker
2006-07-09 02:01:00 UTC
Permalink
Here's the whole article on one page...
http://www.azcentral.com/ent/movies/articles/0629jarmuschsuit0629.html

I'll comment on it some other day..
Post by The Starmaker
Would you believe I just read this article just now for the first time?
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2006/06/28/stolen_flowers/
Post by The Starmaker
Eventually...
as the days go by...
new crimes come to light..
--
Broken Flowers
Reed Martin v. Vivendi, Focus Features.
Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”
New Filing in California.
But why do they use words like "copied". I don't understand. Don't they know the correct
terminology is "stolen"?
I mean, this Reed Martin guy must be pissed that he's suing because they took his screenplay
and made a movie with it without giving him the money or the credit!
Do you see Reed's Martin name on the credits?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412019/fullcredits#writers
What I do see is
Directed by
Jim Jarmusch
Writing credits
Jim Jarmusch (written by)
Bill Raden (inspired by an idea from) &
Sara Driver (inspired by an idea from)
How many gonifs are there in Hollywood?
Who is the real gonif?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-09 02:52:13 UTC
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How do they steal scripts in Hollywood?
This is how it might work.
All the studio executives get together
each month in a basement at a Synagogue.
There they discuss which scripts they like
and want to release (greenlight) to the
public and make a film.
Then, ...they do something like that scene
from Alfred Hitchock's film "Strangers On a train"

BRUNO
Each fellow does the other fellow's
murder. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each fellow
murders a total stranger. Like you
do my murder and I do yours.


Criss-cross....
The studio executives then exchange scripts with each other.
That way, there is no way to connect them to the script...no proof of access..

"I had never had any contact with him or his work." --every studio exc.


Then they tell the real script owner the same line
they tell everyone else:

"Hollywood studio said a film "just like" Martin's was already in production.."



The Starmaker



When you first send your script to your agent, the first thing your agent wants to know is,
"Did you show it to anybody else?"
If you answer Yes, he'll probably mumble to himself, ...they probably aleady stole it!
The your agent has to go around all the studio to see if anyone stole it yet.

Criss-cross
You steal my screenplay, I'll steal yours.

Each studio does the other studios's
theft. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each studio
steals a total stranger script.
Post by The Starmaker
Here's the whole article on one page...
http://www.azcentral.com/ent/movies/articles/0629jarmuschsuit0629.html
I'll comment on it some other day..
Post by The Starmaker
Would you believe I just read this article just now for the first time?
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2006/06/28/stolen_flowers/
Post by The Starmaker
Eventually...
as the days go by...
new crimes come to light..
--
Broken Flowers
Reed Martin v. Vivendi, Focus Features.
Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”
New Filing in California.
But why do they use words like "copied". I don't understand. Don't they know the correct
terminology is "stolen"?
I mean, this Reed Martin guy must be pissed that he's suing because they took his screenplay
and made a movie with it without giving him the money or the credit!
Do you see Reed's Martin name on the credits?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412019/fullcredits#writers
What I do see is
Directed by
Jim Jarmusch
Writing credits
Jim Jarmusch (written by)
Bill Raden (inspired by an idea from) &
Sara Driver (inspired by an idea from)
How many gonifs are there in Hollywood?
Who is the real gonif?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-09 19:58:22 UTC
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Then each studio guy takes the script back
and gives it to what I call "Hollywood's Chop Shop".
You know, like a place where you take stolen cars to
where they have guys take out the parts to re-sell
or re-arrange the care to sell it again.
In Hollywood, they have guys that they call
"script doctors". You give them a script,
on a disk...and they take out the idea, the main
elements, the change it around so that it
looks "substantially unsimilar". Script doctors
get paid a lot of money because they know they
are taking another writers script and stealing
it by re-arrange it to look unsimilar to the
stolen original.
Plus script doctors won't get the credit because
that's like revealing the thieves names. Script doctors
get around $100,000 to $200,000 a week to 'doctor' a script!
Crime pays.


The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
How do they steal scripts in Hollywood?
This is how it might work.
All the studio executives get together
each month in a basement at a Synagogue.
There they discuss which scripts they like
and want to release (greenlight) to the
public and make a film.
Then, ...they do something like that scene
from Alfred Hitchock's film "Strangers On a train"
BRUNO
Each fellow does the other fellow's
murder. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each fellow
murders a total stranger. Like you
do my murder and I do yours.
Criss-cross....
The studio executives then exchange scripts with each other.
That way, there is no way to connect them to the script...no proof of access..
"I had never had any contact with him or his work." --every studio exc.
Then they tell the real script owner the same line
"Hollywood studio said a film "just like" Martin's was already in production.."
The Starmaker
When you first send your script to your agent, the first thing your agent wants to know is,
"Did you show it to anybody else?"
If you answer Yes, he'll probably mumble to himself, ...they probably aleady stole it!
The your agent has to go around all the studio to see if anyone stole it yet.
Criss-cross
You steal my screenplay, I'll steal yours.
Each studio does the other studios's
theft. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each studio
steals a total stranger script.
Post by The Starmaker
Here's the whole article on one page...
http://www.azcentral.com/ent/movies/articles/0629jarmuschsuit0629.html
I'll comment on it some other day..
Post by The Starmaker
Would you believe I just read this article just now for the first time?
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2006/06/28/stolen_flowers/
Post by The Starmaker
Eventually...
as the days go by...
new crimes come to light..
--
Broken Flowers
Reed Martin v. Vivendi, Focus Features.
Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”
New Filing in California.
But why do they use words like "copied". I don't understand. Don't they know the correct
terminology is "stolen"?
I mean, this Reed Martin guy must be pissed that he's suing because they took his screenplay
and made a movie with it without giving him the money or the credit!
Do you see Reed's Martin name on the credits?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412019/fullcredits#writers
What I do see is
Directed by
Jim Jarmusch
Writing credits
Jim Jarmusch (written by)
Bill Raden (inspired by an idea from) &
Sara Driver (inspired by an idea from)
How many gonifs are there in Hollywood?
Who is the real gonif?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
Post by The Starmaker
In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
The Starmaker
2006-07-11 00:00:30 UTC
Permalink
They always seem not to be able to understand
why studios steal scripts. You need to come from understanding...

They ask questions like
"How much would it have cost," asks Martin, "to give me a story credit?"

The reason why they steal is because it's Free! You steal the script, you don't have to pay the guy.
So if the studios steal a 100 scripts a year, that means they save hundreds of millions
of dollars a year. If one person out of a hundred sues, it's a bargain!
You never know which guy is going to sue so you steal from all of them and
you pay them "cheap money" out-of-court.

Then they have another reason why they steal...
It's part of their religion.
According to their religion, they should only steal screenplays from Goyim's.
According to their religion, a Goyim is a cow. So they believe why buy the cow when
you can get the milk for free....something like that...
I cannot keep track of all the religious fanatics out there...

But i know, according to their religion.. that if a studio steals a script,
it automactically belongs to that studio. If two studios steal the same script then
they have to split the profits.

Every screenplay that belongs to a Goyim, is up for grabs to take from
by any studio who grabs it, according to their religion.

If you're a Goyim and you write a screenplay, and you send it to them,
you no longer own that screenplay. We are dealing with religious fanatics here...
since they use their religion to commit crimes against society, I call them...
"religious gangsters", or more commonly known in Hollywood as The Kosher Nostra.


The Starmaker


http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/07/03/DDG71JNU8V1.DTL&feed=rss.entertainment
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2006/06/28/stolen_flowers/
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13050005/


Questions?
Post by The Starmaker
Then each studio guy takes the script back
and gives it to what I call "Hollywood's Chop Shop".
You know, like a place where you take stolen cars to
where they have guys take out the parts to re-sell
or re-arrange the care to sell it again.
In Hollywood, they have guys that they call
"script doctors". You give them a script,
on a disk...and they take out the idea, the main
elements, the change it around so that it
looks "substantially unsimilar". Script doctors
get paid a lot of money because they know they
are taking another writers script and stealing
it by re-arrange it to look unsimilar to the
stolen original.
Plus script doctors won't get the credit because
that's like revealing the thieves names. Script doctors
get around $100,000 to $200,000 a week to 'doctor' a script!
Crime pays.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
How do they steal scripts in Hollywood?
This is how it might work.
All the studio executives get together
each month in a basement at a Synagogue.
There they discuss which scripts they like
and want to release (greenlight) to the
public and make a film.
Then, ...they do something like that scene
from Alfred Hitchock's film "Strangers On a train"
BRUNO
Each fellow does the other fellow's
murder. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each fellow
murders a total stranger. Like you
do my murder and I do yours.
Criss-cross....
The studio executives then exchange scripts with each other.
That way, there is no way to connect them to the script...no proof of access..
"I had never had any contact with him or his work." --every studio exc.
Then they tell the real script owner the same line
"Hollywood studio said a film "just like" Martin's was already in production.."
The Starmaker
When you first send your script to your agent, the first thing your agent wants to know is,
"Did you show it to anybody else?"
If you answer Yes, he'll probably mumble to himself, ...they probably aleady stole it!
The your agent has to go around all the studio to see if anyone stole it yet.
Criss-cross
You steal my screenplay, I'll steal yours.
Each studio does the other studios's
theft. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each studio
steals a total stranger script.
The Starmaker
2006-07-11 00:21:41 UTC
Permalink
Now this Martin Reed guy says he took tens years to write that screenplay.

"I was heartbroken and terrified," says Martin, sitting in a Harvard Square cafe.
"Nobody in that audience would ever know how much I slaved over that script."

People in Hollywood, the thieves who stole his script and their friends, read the above
quote and they laugh! He "slaved" over that script.

They are laughing because, according to their religion,
“The Goyim's have been created to serve the Hollywood studios as slaves.”


http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/07/03/DDG71JNU8V1.DTL&feed=rss.entertainment
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2006/06/28/stolen_flowers/
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13050005/


Do you wanna see a picture of a "script doctor"?
Post by The Starmaker
They always seem not to be able to understand
why studios steal scripts. You need to come from understanding...
They ask questions like
"How much would it have cost," asks Martin, "to give me a story credit?"
The reason why they steal is because it's Free! You steal the script, you don't have to pay the guy.
So if the studios steal a 100 scripts a year, that means they save hundreds of millions
of dollars a year. If one person out of a hundred sues, it's a bargain!
You never know which guy is going to sue so you steal from all of them and
you pay them "cheap money" out-of-court.
Then they have another reason why they steal...
It's part of their religion.
According to their religion, they should only steal screenplays from Goyim's.
According to their religion, a Goyim is a cow. So they believe why buy the cow when
you can get the milk for free....something like that...
I cannot keep track of all the religious fanatics out there...
But i know, according to their religion.. that if a studio steals a script,
it automactically belongs to that studio. If two studios steal the same script then
they have to split the profits.
Every screenplay that belongs to a Goyim, is up for grabs to take from
by any studio who grabs it, according to their religion.
If you're a Goyim and you write a screenplay, and you send it to them,
you no longer own that screenplay. We are dealing with religious fanatics here...
since they use their religion to commit crimes against society, I call them...
"religious gangsters", or more commonly known in Hollywood as The Kosher Nostra.
The Starmaker
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/07/03/DDG71JNU8V1.DTL&feed=rss.entertainment
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2006/06/28/stolen_flowers/
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13050005/
Questions?
Post by The Starmaker
Then each studio guy takes the script back
and gives it to what I call "Hollywood's Chop Shop".
You know, like a place where you take stolen cars to
where they have guys take out the parts to re-sell
or re-arrange the care to sell it again.
In Hollywood, they have guys that they call
"script doctors". You give them a script,
on a disk...and they take out the idea, the main
elements, the change it around so that it
looks "substantially unsimilar". Script doctors
get paid a lot of money because they know they
are taking another writers script and stealing
it by re-arrange it to look unsimilar to the
stolen original.
Plus script doctors won't get the credit because
that's like revealing the thieves names. Script doctors
get around $100,000 to $200,000 a week to 'doctor' a script!
Crime pays.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
How do they steal scripts in Hollywood?
This is how it might work.
All the studio executives get together
each month in a basement at a Synagogue.
There they discuss which scripts they like
and want to release (greenlight) to the
public and make a film.
Then, ...they do something like that scene
from Alfred Hitchock's film "Strangers On a train"
BRUNO
Each fellow does the other fellow's
murder. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each fellow
murders a total stranger. Like you
do my murder and I do yours.
Criss-cross....
The studio executives then exchange scripts with each other.
That way, there is no way to connect them to the script...no proof of access..
"I had never had any contact with him or his work." --every studio exc.
Then they tell the real script owner the same line
"Hollywood studio said a film "just like" Martin's was already in production.."
The Starmaker
When you first send your script to your agent, the first thing your agent wants to know is,
"Did you show it to anybody else?"
If you answer Yes, he'll probably mumble to himself, ...they probably aleady stole it!
The your agent has to go around all the studio to see if anyone stole it yet.
Criss-cross
You steal my screenplay, I'll steal yours.
Each studio does the other studios's
theft. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each studio
steals a total stranger script.
The Starmaker
2006-07-11 00:30:29 UTC
Permalink
Post by The Starmaker
Do you wanna see a picture of a "script doctor"?
http://tinyurl.com/fkpaj

Looks like he couldn't hurt a fly...

if you slap his face once he would probably start crying!
The Starmaker
2006-07-11 16:25:24 UTC
Permalink
"In 2003, according to Martin, he sent a copy of the screenplay to Rigberg,
who agreed to shop it around to various studios,
production companies and actors with whom he had working relationships."--

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/07/03/DDG71JNU8V1.DTL&feed=rss.entertainment




Okay, now what is wrong with this Martin Reed guy? Does he think just because
he "developed" a few relationships in Hollywood that that would *exclude* him
from getting ripped off?

There were many warning signs!

Like for example, his William Morris agent...

The name "Rigberg", doesn't that alone send off signals?

Take the first three letters, rig...

definition: swindle, cheat,

+wrongdoing; wrongful conduct; misconduct; actus reus
+transgression; evildoing
+crime; law-breaking
+fraud
+swindle, cheat, rig
+shell game; thimblerig
+swiz
+holdout
bunco; bunco game; bunko; bunko game; con; confidence trick; confidence game; con game; gyp; hustle; sting; flimflam
+scam; etc, etc, etc

then forgetabout the last four letters "berg".

Everybody knows in Hollywood, if it ends in berg it's a gonif!!!!

If it's a William Morris Agent, it's a Big Gonif!!

I don't understand, don't they teach this stuff in school?


The Starmaker
The Starmaker
2006-07-11 16:48:27 UTC
Permalink
"Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration. ...
And don't bother concealing your thievery -- celebrate it if you feel like it." -- Director Jim Jarmusch
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/07/03/DDG71JNU8V1.DTL&feed=rss.entertainment


Now where do you suppose he learn how to talk like that? Probably the church he went to.


"...And don't bother concealing your thievery -- celebrate it if you feel like it."


http://tinyurl.com/ezjbr
Post by The Starmaker
They always seem not to be able to understand
why studios steal scripts. You need to come from understanding...
They ask questions like
"How much would it have cost," asks Martin, "to give me a story credit?"
The reason why they steal is because it's Free! You steal the script, you don't have to pay the guy.
So if the studios steal a 100 scripts a year, that means they save hundreds of millions
of dollars a year. If one person out of a hundred sues, it's a bargain!
You never know which guy is going to sue so you steal from all of them and
you pay them "cheap money" out-of-court.
Then they have another reason why they steal...
It's part of their religion.
According to their religion, they should only steal screenplays from Goyim's.
According to their religion, a Goyim is a cow. So they believe why buy the cow when
you can get the milk for free....something like that...
I cannot keep track of all the religious fanatics out there...
But i know, according to their religion.. that if a studio steals a script,
it automactically belongs to that studio. If two studios steal the same script then
they have to split the profits.
Every screenplay that belongs to a Goyim, is up for grabs to take from
by any studio who grabs it, according to their religion.
If you're a Goyim and you write a screenplay, and you send it to them,
you no longer own that screenplay. We are dealing with religious fanatics here...
since they use their religion to commit crimes against society, I call them...
"religious gangsters", or more commonly known in Hollywood as The Kosher Nostra.
The Starmaker
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/07/03/DDG71JNU8V1.DTL&feed=rss.entertainment
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2006/06/28/stolen_flowers/
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13050005/
Questions?
Post by The Starmaker
Then each studio guy takes the script back
and gives it to what I call "Hollywood's Chop Shop".
You know, like a place where you take stolen cars to
where they have guys take out the parts to re-sell
or re-arrange the care to sell it again.
In Hollywood, they have guys that they call
"script doctors". You give them a script,
on a disk...and they take out the idea, the main
elements, the change it around so that it
looks "substantially unsimilar". Script doctors
get paid a lot of money because they know they
are taking another writers script and stealing
it by re-arrange it to look unsimilar to the
stolen original.
Plus script doctors won't get the credit because
that's like revealing the thieves names. Script doctors
get around $100,000 to $200,000 a week to 'doctor' a script!
Crime pays.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
How do they steal scripts in Hollywood?
This is how it might work.
All the studio executives get together
each month in a basement at a Synagogue.
There they discuss which scripts they like
and want to release (greenlight) to the
public and make a film.
Then, ...they do something like that scene
from Alfred Hitchock's film "Strangers On a train"
BRUNO
Each fellow does the other fellow's
murder. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each fellow
murders a total stranger. Like you
do my murder and I do yours.
Criss-cross....
The studio executives then exchange scripts with each other.
That way, there is no way to connect them to the script...no proof of access..
"I had never had any contact with him or his work." --every studio exc.
Then they tell the real script owner the same line
"Hollywood studio said a film "just like" Martin's was already in production.."
The Starmaker
When you first send your script to your agent, the first thing your agent wants to know is,
"Did you show it to anybody else?"
If you answer Yes, he'll probably mumble to himself, ...they probably aleady stole it!
The your agent has to go around all the studio to see if anyone stole it yet.
Criss-cross
You steal my screenplay, I'll steal yours.
Each studio does the other studios's
theft. Then there is nothing to
connect them. The one who had the
motive isn't there. Each studio
steals a total stranger script.
The Starmaker
2006-07-12 00:26:57 UTC
Permalink
Martin askes the question at the very end of the article:


"How much would it have cost," asks Martin, "to give me a story credit?"

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/07/03/DDG71JNU8V1.DTL&feed=rss.entertainment

Or why would they simply exclude the writer?


"They simply exclude the writer -- the person that brought them this valuable property --
develop it themselves and then hide behind copyright,” said Marder.
“They say, ‘Hey your ideas weren't protected, whether we stole them or not you have no claim.’”
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13050005/

Or why would they simply exclude the writer?

The answer to that question is simply, you cannot ask people to do something that
is against their religion. You have to respect a person's religion even if you
don't agree with their religion. Giving Reed Martin a story credit and money would
have been against their religion to do so. Is that so hard to understand?



Now, can you imagine they are now working on the very next script to steal.

Do you know how that process works? How it comes about? Who's involved.


It's not very hard to imagine....it's starts off with,

a writer submits his script to his agent...

and if his agent likes it...
he shows it around to different studios
he's in contact with who are currently
looking for new scripts.

If the guy at the studio likes it....


he calls back that agent and asks

"Who wrote this? Is he one of us or one of them?"
The Starmaker
2006-07-09 20:05:55 UTC
Permalink
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13050005/
Post by The Starmaker
Here's the whole article on one page...
http://www.azcentral.com/ent/movies/articles/0629jarmuschsuit0629.html
I'll comment on it some other day..
Post by The Starmaker
Would you believe I just read this article just now for the first time?
http://www.boston.com/news/globe/living/articles/2006/06/28/stolen_flowers/
Post by The Starmaker
Eventually...
as the days go by...
new crimes come to light..
--
Broken Flowers
Reed Martin v. Vivendi, Focus Features.
Screenwriter claims that studios copied his screenplay to create the 2005 Bill Murray movie “Broken Flowers.”
New Filing in California.
But why do they use words like "copied". I don't understand. Don't they know the correct
terminology is "stolen"?
I mean, this Reed Martin guy must be pissed that he's suing because they took his screenplay
and made a movie with it without giving him the money or the credit!
Do you see Reed's Martin name on the credits?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0412019/fullcredits#writers
What I do see is
Directed by
Jim Jarmusch
Writing credits
Jim Jarmusch (written by)
Bill Raden (inspired by an idea from) &
Sara Driver (inspired by an idea from)
How many gonifs are there in Hollywood?
Who is the real gonif?
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
So the question really is...
what are they going to steal next?
If you make a name for yourself with *stolen* material...
and you continue to steal....
then you got a whole future ahead of you of stealing cause
there is no there way you can produce material.
And in show business, you're only as good as your next project.
I'll be watching to see
and keeping you informed on...
"Who's Stealing What"
"Who's Stealing From Whom?
The Starmaker ---Hollywood's Watchdog
The Best Is Yet To Come!
i wonder what he is going to steal next...he's probably working on that now...
everybody is watching....even Ebert
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
I wonder what he has already stolen? besides the other stuff??
You know...I looked at the IMDB
and I see a future production
(The Good Salior)
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0009190/
and i wondered who wrote it...
Some guy is writing the screenplay
named Brent Hanley...
but then i wondered..
okay, how did Brent come
up with the story? Is it his idea,
or "based on" (stolen) from somebody else's story idea?
Wadda you guys think is the answer¿
Answer: *Stolen* from the movie "Jaws"!!!!
BRODY
(pointing)
What's that one, there?
QUINT
(changing)
Tattoo. Had it taken off.
HOOPER
Don't tell me -- 'Death Before
Dishonor.' 'Mother.' 'Semper Fi.'
Uhhh... 'Don't Tread on Me.' C'mon --
what?
QUINT
'U.S.S Indianapolis.' 1944.
BRODY
What's that, a ship?
HOOPER
(incredulous)
You were on the Indianapolis? In
'45? Jesus...
Quint remembering.
CLOSE ON QUINT
QUINT
Yeah. The U.S.S. Indianapolis.
June 29th, 1945, three and a half
minutes past midnight, two torpedoes
from a Japanese submarine slammed
into our side. Two or three. We was
still under sealed orders after
deliverin' the bomb...the Hiroshima
bomb...we was goin' back across the
Pacific from Tinian to Leyte. Damn
near eleven hundred men went over
the side. The life boats was lashed
down so tight to make the bomb run
we couldn't cut a single one adrift.
Not one. And there was no rafts.
None. That vessel sank in twelve
minutes. Yes, that's all she took.
We didn't see the first shark till
we'd been in the water about an hour.
A thirteen-footer near enough. A
blue. You measure that by judgin'
the dorsal to the tail. What we didn't
know... of course the Captain knew...I
guess some officers knew... was the
bomb mission had been so secret, no
distress signals was sent. What the
men didn't know was that they wouldn't
even list us as overdue for a week.
Well, I didn't know that -- I wasn't
an officer -- just as well perhaps.
So some of us were dead already --
in the water -- just hangin' limp in
our lifejackets. And several already
bleedin'. And the three hundred or
so laying on the bottom of the ocean.
As the light went, the sharks came
crusin'. We formed tight groups --
somewhat like squares in an old battle --
You know what I mean -- so that when
one come close, the man nearest would
yell and shout and pound the water
and sometimes it worked and the fish
turned away, but other times that
shark would seem to look right at a
man -- right into his eyes -- and in
spite of all shoutin' and poundin'
you'd hear that terrible high
screamin' and the ocean would go
red, then churn up as they ripped
him. Then we'd reform our little
squares. By the first dawn the sharks
had taken more than a hundred. Hard
for me to count but more than a
hundred. I don't know how many sharks.
Maybe a thousand. I do know they
averaged six men an hour. All kinds --
blues, makos, tigers. All kinds.
(Pause)
In the middle of the second day,
some of us started to go crazy from
the thirst. One fella cried out he
saw a river, another claimed he saw
a waterfall, some started to drink
the ocean and choked on it, and some
left our little groups -- our little
squares -- and swam off alone lookin'
for islands and the sharks always
took them right away. It was mainly
the young fellas that did that --
the older ones stayed where they
was. That second day -- my life jacket
rubbed me raw and that was more blood
in the water. Oh my. On Thursday
morning I bumped up against a friend
of mine -- Herbie Robinson from
Cleveland -- a bosun's mate -- it
seemed he was asleep but when I
reached over to waken him, he bobbed
in the water and I saw his body upend
because he'd been bitten in half
beneath the waist. Well Chief, so it
went on -- bombers high overhead but
nobody noticin' us. Yes -- suicides,
sharks, and all this goin' crazy and
dyin' of thirst. Noon the fifth day,
Mr. Hooper, a Lockheed Ventura swung
around and came in low. Yes. He did
that. Yes, that pilot saw us. And
early evenin', a big fat PBY come
down out of the sky and began the
pickup. That was when I was most
frightened of all -- while I was
waitin' for my turn. Just two and a
half hours short of five days and
five nights when they got to me and
took me up. Eleven hundred of us
went into that ocean -- three hundred
and sixteen got out. Yeah. Nineteen
hundred and forty five. June the
29th.
(pause)
Anyway, we delivered the bomb.
The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Now, I'm looking at the posted credits
on IMDB for Mission Impossible 3...
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0317919/fullcredits#writers
Writing credits
Roberto Orci (written by) &
Alex Kurtzman (written by) &
J.J. Abrams (written by)
Bruce Geller (television series)
So, which gonif *stole* Quentin Tarantino's idea?
You know what is worse? Not that one of them stole somebody's elses idea, but
that they all allowed it to happen!
What is worse are those who support literary thief.
That they would allign themselves with evil.
The world is a dangerous place to live,
not because of the people who are evil,
but because of the people who don't do anything about it.
I got this feeling
that this guy
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
gots a long future ahead of him...
send him your ideas and scripts...
He's gonna need them.
"...Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
You know what Quentin Tarantino is probably saying right now,
"That putz stole my idea!..."
He should drink too much castor oil.
He should give it all away to doctors.
Let him suffer and remember.
Throw salt in his eyes, pepper in his nose.
Leeches should drink him dry.
He should laugh with lizards.
He should grow a wooden tongue.
Venereal disease should consume his body.
Why bother getting up alive?
He should crap blood and pus.
He should go nuts and run around (through the streets).
I should outlive him long enough to bury him.
God should bless him with three people: one should grab him, the second should stab him and the third should hide him.
He should have a large store, and whatever people ask for he shouldn’t have, and what he does have shouldn’t be requested.
All problems I have in my heart, should go to his head.
He should be transformed into a chandelier, to hang by day and to burn by night.
All his teeth should fall out except one to make him suffer.
A hundred houses shall he have, in every house a hundred rooms and in every room twenty beds, and a delirious fever should drive him from bed to bed.
As many years as he’s walked on his feet, let him walk on his hands, and for the rest of the time he should crawl along on his ass.
Let what I wish on him come true (most, even half, even just 10%).
On summer days he should mourn, and on wintry nights, he should torture himself.
Black sorrow is all that his mother should see of him.
He should get so sick as to cough up his mother’s milk.
God should visit upon him the best of the Ten Plagues.
He should see everything, but have no reason (with what) to buy it.
He should marry the daughter of the Angel of Death.
Ten ships of gold should be his and the money should only make him sick.
He should have Pharaoh’s plagues sprinkled with Job’s scabies.
Hang yourself with a sugar rope and you’ll have a sweet death.
You should grow like an onion with your head in the ground.
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In other words, who is the gonif that stole Quentin Tarantino's idea?
Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Post by The Starmaker
Not only did Tom Cruise got "ripped-off", but the
whole entire world got ripped off because they were all
expecting a Quality Mission Impossible movie!
That's what happens when you hire writers who *steal* other
peoples work and then you expect them to deliver the same
stolen quality.
It's called a "rip-off".
Now what is Tom Cruise going to do about it?
The Starmaker
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Post by The Starmaker
Of course, everything about this MI:3
and "did Tom Crusie get ripped off?" you won't
read about it anywhere in the Hollywood trades,
in newspapers or anywhere else on the Internet.
This is a Starmaker Exclusive!
The Starmaker
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It's very simple.
It's not that complicated.
Tom Crusie is thinking about
making Mission Impossible 3 and
figuring out who should direct it and write it.
He's watching "LOST" on TV and he likes the show
so much he asks, who wrote it and who directed it.
The people around him tell him,
"JJ Abrams is the creator of LOST and also wrote it,
plus he won an emmy for best director for LOST.
http://www.emmys.tv/news/2005/september/images/pte_jj.jpg
(but I don't see any credit for directing LOST,
except he might have directed only one episode,
the 2nd one...but who can believe that?)
So Tom tells JJ Abrams
"I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible"
Who is the creator of LOST?
Who wrote it?
Who directed it?
Did Tom Crusie get ripped off?
The Starmaker
and how about the polar bear?
Post by The Starmaker
I mean, all I'm saying is...
somebody should tell Tom Cruise that
he was misinformed by people around his circle...
saying things to him like
JJ Abrams is the original creator of Lost when in fact he isn't.
And who really knows if JJ Abrams directed LOST, ...it could be
somebody else and could be that JJ Abrams also stole the directing credit
along with the creator and writing credit.
I could understand these snotting nose kids stealing because
they got to make a name for themselves...but what i don't understand is
how could Tom Crusie fall for it!
If somebody tells Tom Crusie, a guy is a creator and writer of a hit show, and
also has won a emmy for directing it, does Tom Crusie automatically believe
that stuff???
There are probably alot people talking and whispering behind "JJ Abrams" back,
saying things like "That stupid motherfucker didn't create LOST or wrote it, he
stole it from Anthony Spinner." And there are probably others who are saying,
"He didn't fuckin direct it either..."
All I know is, I saw MI3 and there is no sign that whoever created, wrote and directed
LOST is not the same person who directed and wrote MI3.
It's just fraud, that's all.
The Starmaker
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Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*, that's just literary theft on his part.
----------------------
LA Superior Court
Anthony Spinner
v.
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.; Touchstone Television Productions, LLC
Writer says he hasn’t been paid his fee for writing the original script for the series “Lost.” New Filing LA Superior.
New Filing /September 2005
"Alleging fraud and breach of contract, scribe Anthony Spinner is suing ABC
and producers of the Emmy-nominated adventure drama for the alleged theft of a 1977 series proposal.."
"At the time Spinner says he came up with his Lost, writer-producer J.J. Abrams was about 11.
Twenty-seven years later, Abrams and Damon Lindelof saw ABC launch their Lost,
a series about stranded plane crash survivors who encounter the aforementioned polar bear,
the mysterious "Others" and various strange and dangerous characters and creatures."
Anthony Spinner was he was hired to produce and direct the programme
"Lost", but he was
hired by Sid and Marty Krofft Productions
to write it, and
Anthony Spinner says he has a signed contract
which promised him creator and writer credits, royalties and a percentage of profits.
-------------------------
Post by w***@compuserve.com
On TV, the writer-creators are the Gods and the
directors are hired for a week at a time.
He also created ALIAS and was head writer on that show, too.
He was hired by Cruise to *script* the film... and directing it was a
bonus.
"Tom Cruise said, 'I want you to direct it, I want you to write it - I want this to be JJ's Mission: Impossible,'" Abrams recalled.
Now looking at the above facts, ..I understand that this "JJ Abrams" is a thief, a gonif, a fraud.
If he stole the "creators" ideas, that means he has no writing talent. I also understand that
JJ Abrams won an emmy for "best Director" for LOST....is it for just one episode or all of them?
As far as I'm concerned, JJ Abrams didn't create, write or directed LOST! It's a fraud, and i still
think Tom Crusie got ripped off.
Tom Crusie should ask for his money back from the director.
Isn't Fraud against the law?
The Starmaker
Will the real director and writer please stand up.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411008/fullcredits
Derek Janssen
2006-07-09 20:13:46 UTC
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The Starmaker
(Uh, Star?...I'm trying to think of a funny, snarky/wisecracking way of
saying this, but really, it's *not* funny, it's just kind of scary and
disturbing--
Oh, well, I'll just take the direct approach, no matter how
self-apparent, and go straight through the middle: )

...THERE'S NOBODY REPLYING TO YOUR FREAKIN' THREAD!!! 0_0'''

Derek Janssen (okay, people, so how would *you* have handled it?)
***@comcast.net
The Starmaker
2006-07-10 22:45:28 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
The Starmaker
(Uh, Star?...I'm trying to think of a funny, snarky/wisecracking way of
saying this, but really, it's *not* funny, it's just kind of scary and
disturbing--
Oh, well, I'll just take the direct approach, no matter how
self-apparent, and go straight through the middle: )
...THERE'S NOBODY REPLYING TO YOUR FREAKIN' THREAD!!! 0_0'''
Most of my post are not up for discussions. It's a broadcast! My Usenet Blog if you will.

Like for example, those commercials you see on Usenet (sometimes called spam)...it's just
a broadcast, sending out messages...no response required.

The Starmaker Show

Now where was I...?
Alric Knebel
2006-07-11 06:45:24 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Most of my post are not up for discussions. It's a broadcast! My Usenet Blog if you will.
Like for example, those commercials you see on Usenet (sometimes called spam)...it's just
a broadcast, sending out messages...no response required.
The Starmaker Show
Now where was I...?
I thought at first you were responding to someone's posts I wasn't for
some quirky ISP reason not getting, but it turns out you were having
quite a boring conversation all by yourself. I was reminded of that
joke about some boys mother tying a pork chop around her son's neck so
the dog would play with him.
--
______________________________________________
Alric Knebel
http://www.ironeyefortress.com/C-SPAN_loon.html
http://www.ironeyefortress.com
Derek Janssen
2006-07-11 07:06:58 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Most of my post are not up for discussions. It's a broadcast! My Usenet Blog if you will.
Like for example, those commercials you see on Usenet (sometimes called spam)...it's just
a broadcast, sending out messages...no response required.
The Starmaker Show
Now where was I...?
I thought at first you were responding to someone's posts I wasn't for
some quirky ISP reason not getting, but it turns out you were having
quite a boring conversation all by yourself. I was reminded of that
joke about some boys mother tying a pork chop around her son's neck so
the dog would play with him.
When he thought he had his own "show", I was suddenly reminded of John
McEnroe's CNBC series, for pretty much the same reason.

Derek Janssen (y'know, the whole "nobody watched it" kind of thing)
***@comcast.net
The Starmaker
2006-07-11 15:58:47 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Most of my post are not up for discussions. It's a broadcast! My Usenet Blog if you will.
Like for example, those commercials you see on Usenet (sometimes called spam)...it's just
a broadcast, sending out messages...no response required.
The Starmaker Show
Now where was I...?
I thought at first you were responding to someone's posts I wasn't for
some quirky ISP reason not getting, but it turns out you were having
quite a boring conversation all by yourself.
I don't consider myself boring. In fact, I need a vacation from me, I got to
much excitement in my life!

I believe everyone, in this world, right now, needs a little
diversion in their life...you know, 10-20 percent of your life or day doing
whatever you want to do, besides whatever you do now...
maybe this is my 10 percent..maybe this is *my* diversion.

What's your diversion?
Alric Knebel
2006-07-11 21:40:33 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
I don't consider myself boring. In fact, I need a vacation from me, I got to
much excitement in my life!
I believe everyone, in this world, right now, needs a little
diversion in their life...you know, 10-20 percent of your life or day doing
whatever you want to do, besides whatever you do now...
maybe this is my 10 percent..maybe this is *my* diversion.
What's your diversion?
Why don't you just continue having the conversation all by yourself?
--
______________________________________________
Alric Knebel
http://www.ironeyefortress.com/C-SPAN_loon.html
http://www.ironeyefortress.com
The Starmaker
2006-07-13 22:18:57 UTC
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Post by Alric Knebel
Post by The Starmaker
I don't consider myself boring. In fact, I need a vacation from me, I got to
much excitement in my life!
I believe everyone, in this world, right now, needs a little
diversion in their life...you know, 10-20 percent of your life or day doing
whatever you want to do, besides whatever you do now...
maybe this is my 10 percent..maybe this is *my* diversion.
What's your diversion?
Why don't you just continue having the conversation all by yourself?
What do you mean "all by yourself", how does that work? I thought that was what I was doing??
Alric Knebel
2006-07-13 23:13:03 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Post by Alric Knebel
Post by The Starmaker
I don't consider myself boring. In fact, I need a vacation from me, I got to
much excitement in my life!
I believe everyone, in this world, right now, needs a little
diversion in their life...you know, 10-20 percent of your life or day doing
whatever you want to do, besides whatever you do now...
maybe this is my 10 percent..maybe this is *my* diversion.
What's your diversion?
Why don't you just continue having the conversation all by yourself?
What do you mean "all by yourself", how does that work? I thought that was what I was doing??
Then you know how it works.
--
______________________________________________
Alric Knebel
http://www.ironeyefortress.com/C-SPAN_loon.html
http://www.ironeyefortress.com
a***@gmail.com
2006-07-11 18:33:54 UTC
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Post by Alric Knebel
Post by The Starmaker
Most of my post are not up for discussions. It's a broadcast! My Usenet Blog if you will.
Like for example, those commercials you see on Usenet (sometimes called spam)...it's just
a broadcast, sending out messages...no response required.
The Starmaker Show
Now where was I...?
I thought at first you were responding to someone's posts I wasn't for
some quirky ISP reason not getting, but it turns out you were having
quite a boring conversation all by yourself. I was reminded of that
joke about some boys mother tying a pork chop around her son's neck so
the dog would play with him.
I"m reading, but I don' t like the anti-jewish rants.

So how do you keep them from stealing your scripts, or your ideas?

A big bad friend in the business?
Post by Alric Knebel
--
______________________________________________
Alric Knebel
http://www.ironeyefortress.com/C-SPAN_loon.html
http://www.ironeyefortress.com
The Starmaker
2006-07-11 19:45:12 UTC
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Post by a***@gmail.com
Post by Alric Knebel
Post by The Starmaker
Most of my post are not up for discussions. It's a broadcast! My Usenet Blog if you will.
Like for example, those commercials you see on Usenet (sometimes called spam)...it's just
a broadcast, sending out messages...no response required.
The Starmaker Show
Now where was I...?
I thought at first you were responding to someone's posts I wasn't for
some quirky ISP reason not getting, but it turns out you were having
quite a boring conversation all by yourself. I was reminded of that
joke about some boys mother tying a pork chop around her son's neck so
the dog would play with him.
I"m reading, but I don' t like the anti-jewish rants.
That's strange, I don't re-call posting any anit-jewish rants.
Post by a***@gmail.com
So how do you keep them from stealing your scripts, or your ideas?
Don't tell them your ideas or send them any scripts.
Derek Janssen
2006-07-11 20:33:07 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Post by a***@gmail.com
Post by Alric Knebel
Post by The Starmaker
Most of my post are not up for discussions. It's a broadcast! My Usenet Blog if you will.
Like for example, those commercials you see on Usenet (sometimes called spam)...it's just
a broadcast, sending out messages...no response required.
The Starmaker Show
Now where was I...?
I thought at first you were responding to someone's posts I wasn't for
some quirky ISP reason not getting, but it turns out you were having
quite a boring conversation all by yourself. I was reminded of that
joke about some boys mother tying a pork chop around her son's neck so
the dog would play with him.
I"m reading, but I don' t like the anti-jewish rants.
That's strange, I don't re-call posting any anit-jewish rants.
No, no, santos, you've got him confused with Liberator again--
Try to keep your stagestruck, unsuccessfully self-marketing net-k00ks
straight!

Derek Janssen (who, frankly, *has* often been confusing the two, as of late)
***@cocmast.net
The Starmaker
2006-07-11 23:07:12 UTC
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No, no, santos, you've got him confused with Liberator again--
Try to keep your stagestruck, unsuccessfully self-marketing net-k00ks
straight!
I don't know David who are you refering to as a net-k00ks but santos
asks a legitimate question....
Post by Derek Janssen
Post by a***@gmail.com
So how do you keep them from stealing your scripts, or your ideas?
He askes "how you keep *them* from stealing your scripts...?"

"Them", being the operative word, he is refering to a Hollyood clan
that are factually predominately Jewish and who are doing most if not
all the stealing.

I don't know how to stop *them* from stealing, especially if they do it
for religious reasons and profit.

In the United States, we have this problem with religious people who want
to kill us for religious and political purposes. They call them terrorist.

In Hollywood, writers have this problem with religious people who want
to steal from writers for religious and financially purposes. They call
them The Kosher Nostra.

Santos is asking, how do you keep these religious gangsters from stealing
your scripts, or your ideas?

I don't know the answer to that question. Maybe they need to send the
National Guard or Rudolph Giuliani or tell the president of the united steates
we have a "clear and present danger" with this Hollywood thing they call
The Kosher Nostra.


The Starmaker
S***@aol.com
2006-07-12 17:55:56 UTC
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Post by Derek Janssen
No, no, santos, you've got him confused with Liberator again--
Try to keep your stagestruck, unsuccessfully self-marketing net-k00ks
straight!
I don't know David who are you refering to as a net-k00ks but santos
asks a legitimate question....
Post by Derek Janssen
Post by a***@gmail.com
So how do you keep them from stealing your scripts, or your ideas?
He askes "how you keep *them* from stealing your scripts...?"
"Them", being the operative word, he is refering to a Hollyood clan
that are factually predominately Jewish and who are doing most if not
all the stealing.
I don't know how to stop *them* from stealing, especially if they do it
for religious reasons and profit.
In the United States, we have this problem with religious people who want
to kill us for religious and political purposes. They call them terrorist.
In Hollywood, writers have this problem with religious people who want
to steal from writers for religious and financially purposes. They call
them The Kosher Nostra.
Santos is asking, how do you keep these religious gangsters from stealing
your scripts, or your ideas?
I don't know the answer to that question. Maybe they need to send the
National Guard or Rudolph Giuliani or tell the president of the united steates
we have a "clear and present danger" with this Hollywood thing they call
The Kosher Nostra.
So we send the military into Paramount, say, and round up all the idea
stealers?

Where would they start?

Pretty funny idea, actually...
Post by The Starmaker
The Starmaker
The Starmaker
2006-07-13 20:41:20 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Post by Derek Janssen
No, no, santos, you've got him confused with Liberator again--
Try to keep your stagestruck, unsuccessfully self-marketing net-k00ks
straight!
I don't know David who are you refering to as a net-k00ks but santos
asks a legitimate question....
Post by Derek Janssen
Post by a***@gmail.com
So how do you keep them from stealing your scripts, or your ideas?
He askes "how you keep *them* from stealing your scripts...?"
"Them", being the operative word, he is refering to a Hollyood clan
that are factually predominately Jewish and who are doing most if not
all the stealing.
I don't know how to stop *them* from stealing, especially if they do it
for religious reasons and profit.
In the United States, we have this problem with religious people who want
to kill us for religious and political purposes. They call them terrorist.
In Hollywood, writers have this problem with religious people who want
to steal from writers for religious and financially purposes. They call
them The Kosher Nostra.
Santos is asking, how do you keep these religious gangsters from stealing
your scripts, or your ideas?
I don't know the answer to that question. Maybe they need to send the
National Guard or Rudolph Giuliani or tell the president of the united steates
we have a "clear and present danger" with this Hollywood thing they call
The Kosher Nostra.
So we send the military into Paramount, say, and round up all the idea
stealers?
Where would they start?
Shoot first and then ask questions later.

It's the American way....
The Starmaker
2006-07-13 21:42:35 UTC
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Post by S***@aol.com
Post by The Starmaker
Post by Derek Janssen
No, no, santos, you've got him confused with Liberator again--
Try to keep your stagestruck, unsuccessfully self-marketing net-k00ks
straight!
I don't know David who are you refering to as a net-k00ks but santos
asks a legitimate question....
Post by Derek Janssen
Post by a***@gmail.com
So how do you keep them from stealing your scripts, or your ideas?
He askes "how you keep *them* from stealing your scripts...?"
"Them", being the operative word, he is refering to a Hollyood clan
that are factually predominately Jewish and who are doing most if not
all the stealing.
I don't know how to stop *them* from stealing, especially if they do it
for religious reasons and profit.
In the United States, we have this problem with religious people who want
to kill us for religious and political purposes. They call them terrorist.
In Hollywood, writers have this problem with religious people who want
to steal from writers for religious and financially purposes. They call
them The Kosher Nostra.
Santos is asking, how do you keep these religious gangsters from stealing
your scripts, or your ideas?
I don't know the answer to that question. Maybe they need to send the
National Guard or Rudolph Giuliani or tell the president of the united steates
we have a "clear and present danger" with this Hollywood thing they call
The Kosher Nostra.
So we send the military into Paramount, say, and round up all the idea
stealers?
Where would they start?
You start at the top and you work your way down!
Everyone at Paramount is either a member of The Kosher Nostra, or working
for the Kosher Nostra.

You arrest them *all*!!!!

Everyone is guilty untill proven innoncent. Isn't that how our justice system works?

Would you believe that I believe that Steven Spielberg is one of the Top
members of The Kosher Nostra?

I haven't got the facts yet, but I'm working on it....



The Starmaker
The Starmaker
2006-07-11 23:48:40 UTC
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http://tinyurl.com/fufr2
Derek Janssen
2006-07-11 23:52:39 UTC
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http://tinyurl.com/fufr2
Wow, "I need to install free software from Microsoft to view this"?
Thanks! :)

Derek Janssen (it's nice getting reminders like that from total strangers)
***@comcast.net
The Starmaker
2006-07-13 20:37:27 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
http://tinyurl.com/fufr2
Wow, "I need to install free software from Microsoft to view this"?
Thanks! :)
you must be still using Win 3.1
The Starmaker
2006-07-12 16:13:06 UTC
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A Hollywood screenwriter is suing *everyone*,
The Walt Disney Company, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Touchstone Home Video,
Jerry Bruckheimer, Inc., and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Inc., etc...

http://www.tmz.com/2006/07/11/lawsuit-over-pirates-of-the-caribbean/



I haven't seen neither installments of this movie, I don't think I'm
qualified to comment on this!


The Starmaker

"In the lawsuit, Royce says he shopped his materials between 1991 through 1995 to various defendants,
both directly and through the William Morris Agency and Creative Artist Agency."


William Morris Agency and Creative Artist Agency is the Headquaters of the Kosher Nostra!!!

He deserves to get robbed!!!!



That's like walking into the Ravenite Social Club on Mulberry Street where John Gotti
hangs out and asking "Does anybody want to buy a diamond ring?"

The first thing they are going to want to know if you're a friend of theirs or a friend of ours.
And if you're not one of them, they are just going to laugh!
The Starmaker
2006-08-19 23:35:43 UTC
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I've heard...but i don't know if it's true..
that every film hollywood releases
the script was stolen.
Post by The Starmaker
A Hollywood screenwriter is suing *everyone*,
The Walt Disney Company, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Touchstone Home Video,
Jerry Bruckheimer, Inc., and Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Inc., etc...
http://www.tmz.com/2006/07/11/lawsuit-over-pirates-of-the-caribbean/
I haven't seen neither installments of this movie, I don't think I'm
qualified to comment on this!
The Starmaker
"In the lawsuit, Royce says he shopped his materials between 1991 through 1995 to various defendants,
both directly and through the William Morris Agency and Creative Artist Agency."
William Morris Agency and Creative Artist Agency is the Headquaters of the Kosher Nostra!!!
He deserves to get robbed!!!!
That's like walking into the Ravenite Social Club on Mulberry Street where John Gotti
hangs out and asking "Does anybody want to buy a diamond ring?"
The first thing they are going to want to know if you're a friend of theirs or a friend of ours.
And if you're not one of them, they are just going to laugh!
The Starmaker
2006-07-13 21:06:16 UTC
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I read the article
and the reporter says
"it's a growing problem".

This "thing" has been going on since
the beginning of time...

How far back do I gotta go?
How about the year 1956?

"I made it clear to her that I wrote the story and
that I wanted to sell it. ... I naturally mentioned again that this story was my story
which has taken me so much effort and research and time, and therefore if anybody used it
they will have to pay for it ...
She said that if Billy Wilder of Paramount uses the story, 'naturally we will pay you for it.'"

To sell your story, you have to tell your story. To tell it, however, is to risk losing it.
Few will “buy” or promise anything until they have heard the idea and once they hear it
(without having obtained such a promise) you may have “lost the result of [your] labor, definitely and irrevocably.”
Desny v. Wilder, 46 Cal. 2d 715, 754 (Sup. Ct. Cal. 1956)


http://online.ceb.com/calcases/C2/46C2d715.htm


1956? Did TV exist then? Everybody born then should be dead by now, is that right, or near dead?
If you were born in 1956 and you're still alive, could you please leave this planet already!
There is nothing on TV anymore. You're taking up space....
The Starmaker
2006-08-11 05:11:04 UTC
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Have you notice that movie, "The Descent" poster....
Loading Image...



sure looks "similar" "similarities" to this...

http://www.afterimagegallery.com/halsmanskull.htm



Is it stolen? I mean, can you take somebody elses artwork and make
a movie poster of it?

I know Hollywood people like to steal, scripts and ideas...


but, did somebody get paid or did they simply stole it?



The Starmaker
The Starmaker
2006-08-10 21:18:37 UTC
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Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....

but, I saw Jay Leno on Ebert's show and I know he's honest but he
doesn't seem to know what he is talking about...

Is there a honest and knowledgeable movie critic out there?

I need to know which movies are worth downloading!




The Starmaker
B***@neatto.net
2006-08-10 22:09:30 UTC
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Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
FragileWarrior
2006-08-10 23:31:01 UTC
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On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 21:18:37 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
Not at all. He's just pining for the fjords.
Agent Smith
2006-08-11 01:19:19 UTC
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Post by FragileWarrior
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 21:18:37 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
Not at all. He's just pining for the fjords.
Voom!
mc
2006-08-11 12:49:23 UTC
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Post by FragileWarrior
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 21:18:37 GMT, The Starmaker
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Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
Not at all. He's just pining for the fjords.
Yes that's it! Or just resting.

mc
The Starmaker
2006-08-11 19:16:35 UTC
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Post by FragileWarrior
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 21:18:37 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
Not at all. He's just pining for the fjords.
What is a fjoyds?
B***@neatto.net
2006-08-11 19:52:21 UTC
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Post by FragileWarrior
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 21:18:37 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
Not at all. He's just pining for the fjords.
What is a fjoyds?
It's like a cjhevy only different.
trotsky
2006-08-11 02:17:24 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
It would be ironic if God gave him a thumbs down.
B***@neatto.net
2006-08-11 02:44:22 UTC
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Post by B***@neatto.net
Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
It would be ironic if God gave him a thumbs down.
Maybe God is sick of Gene Siskel's reviews and wants another opinion..:)
Bigolhomo
2006-08-11 05:26:58 UTC
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Post by B***@neatto.net
Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
It would be ironic if God gave him a thumbs down.
Maybe God is sick of Gene Siskel's reviews and wants another opinion..:)
But we all know Gene Siskel is in hell with Princess Di and a growing
weenie.
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Bigolhomo
FragileWarrior
2006-08-11 12:01:36 UTC
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Post by trotsky
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 21:18:37 GMT, The Starmaker
Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
It would be ironic if God gave him a thumbs down.
Maybe God is sick of Gene Siskel's reviews and wants another
opinion..:)
But we all know Gene Siskel is in hell with Princess Di and a growing
weenie.
And Andy Dick is expected to arrive soon.
trotsky
2006-08-11 13:18:23 UTC
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Post by trotsky
Post by B***@neatto.net
Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
It would be ironic if God gave him a thumbs down.
Maybe God is sick of Gene Siskel's reviews and wants another opinion..:)
I think God was sick of Siskel's opinions when he was still alive.
moviePig
2006-08-11 13:57:42 UTC
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Post by B***@neatto.net
Post by trotsky
Post by B***@neatto.net
Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
It would be ironic if God gave him a thumbs down.
Maybe God is sick of Gene Siskel's reviews and wants another opinion..:)
I think God was sick of Siskel's opinions when he was still alive.
God's dead? (Does Mel know?)

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trotsky
2006-08-12 01:35:53 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
It would be ironic if God gave him a thumbs down.
Maybe God is sick of Gene Siskel's reviews and wants another opinion..:)
I think God was sick of Siskel's opinions when he was still alive.
God's dead? (Does Mel know?)
No, but your Auntie Cedent does.
Forge
2006-08-12 02:56:40 UTC
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God's dead? (Does Mel know?)
And has anyone told Nietzsche?
JohnArbor
2006-08-11 14:10:47 UTC
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Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
He's not ALL Dead, just MOSTLY Dead.....
(John Cleese voice)
No he's not, he'll be stone dead in a moment.
The Starmaker
2006-08-12 03:30:22 UTC
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Is Ebert dead? sorry, i haven't listen to the news lately....
but, I saw Jay Leno on Ebert's show and I know he's honest but he
doesn't seem to know what he is talking about...
Is there a honest and knowledgeable movie critic out there?
I need to know which movies are worth downloading!
The Starmaker
talking about downloading...

I know this girl.
She told me she likes a song.
I told her I can download it for her...

She said she thinks it's wrong to download music.
She doesn't want pirated music on her computer.

(what is she doing with me? nice girls like bad boys??)

I told her it's not wrong to download pirated music.

She tells me others are hurt because they won't get
paid. She goes on and tells me even the girls at
the music stores that work as cashiers will get hurt,
including the singer, music companies, etc...

So I ask her, "Have you ever purchased any records, tapes or CD's
by Madonna, any one song by Madonna?"

She says, "No".

So I said to her, "How in the world would downloading a song
by Madonna would affect the music industry if you have no
intention of buying a song by Madonna?"

She had no answer.



I got a question for yous out there.
If you scroll down at the site and look at what is contained
on the links below...(it's a lot of stuff)
http://www.torrentz.com/torrent_777350.html
http://www.torrentz.com/torrent_777417.html

If I listen to each and *every* mpg, ...will it make me smarter?



The Starmaker


Or is there no hope for me?
Guy Bannis
2006-06-21 20:49:28 UTC
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Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to
bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Why is this a Tarantino exclusive? I've seen it in movies and TV shows
before Tarantino ...
The Starmaker
2006-06-21 21:58:10 UTC
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Post by The Starmaker
Who is Roger Ebert talking about?
"I liked a moment when he jabs a needle of adrenaline into a woman's heart to
bring her out of her drugged stupor;
Quentin Tarantino should send him a bill." -Roger Ebert
Is it this Shlemiel?
http://tinyurl.com/m2o4t
Why is this a Tarantino exclusive? I've seen it in movies and TV shows
before Tarantino ...
What movie was that?
David Johnston
2006-07-06 19:57:44 UTC
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On Tue, 06 Jun 2006 17:39:27 GMT, The Starmaker
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I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*,
But the head writer is.
The Starmaker
2006-07-06 21:59:54 UTC
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Post by David Johnston
On Tue, 06 Jun 2006 17:39:27 GMT, The Starmaker
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Post by w***@compuserve.com
Post by The Starmaker
I have to conclude that whoever directed
MI3 is not the same person who directed "Lost",
the tv series.
As usual, you're wrong. I find it amusing that you still post, since
every post just makes you look more and more like a moron.
Wrong about what? On the Internet, it's not enough to say a person is
"wrong" or "right", you need to provide facts.
Post by w***@compuserve.com
The director of M:i:III is the *creator* and *head writer* on LOST. He
did direct the first episode, but other directors have done every
subsequent episode.
The director of LOST is not the *creator*,
But the head writer is.
Please David, do not post misinformation on my threads.
w***@compuserve.com
2006-06-06 23:21:17 UTC
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See? You should just stop posting. Every post makes you look stupid.

- Bill
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