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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by Chuck Mangione » 30 Aug 2014, 11:03pm

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I'm gonna kill him. I'm gonna kill him with a .44 Magnum pistol. A .44 Magnum pistol, I'm gonna kill him with that gun. Did you ever see, did you ever see what a .44 Magnum pistol can do to a man's face? I mean it will fuckin' destroy it. Just blow him right apart. That's what it will do to his face. Now, did you ever see what it can do to a man's movie? That you should see. That you should see what a .44 Magnum's gonna do to a man's movie you should see. I know, I know you must think that I'm, you know, you must think I'm pretty sick or somethin', you know, you must think I'm pretty sick. Right? You must think I'm pretty sick? Hmm? Right? I'll betcha, I'll betcha you really think I'm sick, right? You think I'm sick? You think I'm sick? You don't have to answer that. I'm payin' for the Blu-ray. You don't have to answer that.
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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by Chuck Mangione » 30 Aug 2014, 11:08pm

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Marky Dread wrote: Films about Biopunk are far worse. :shifty:
Because he's Canadian. :shifty:
Well, it's true the backdrop soaring panoramic vistas of mountain peaks and vast swathes of forests and clear-cuts are the real selling feature of the film. :meh:
Not Canada no, but It's a Long Way Back to Germany.
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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by JennyB » 30 Aug 2014, 11:31pm

Is he going to do a 20 minute one take scene following Dee Dee around CBGB and then getting a blow job? Because I wouldn't mind that. :shifty:
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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by muppet hi fi » 30 Aug 2014, 11:54pm

JennyB wrote:Is he going to do a 20 minute one take scene following Dee Dee around CBGB and then getting a blow job? Because I wouldn't mind that. :shifty:
Accompanied by "Jumpin' Jack Flash" or "Be My Baby"? You know it would be stellar film making. :cool:

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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by Marky Dread » 31 Aug 2014, 12:17am

BR16ADE_R055E wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
biopunk wrote:
BR16ADE_R055E wrote:
Marky Dread wrote: Films about Biopunk are far worse. :shifty:
Because he's Canadian. :shifty:
Well, it's true the backdrop soaring panoramic vistas of mountain peaks and vast swathes of forests and clear-cuts are the real selling feature of the film. :meh:
Not Canada no, but It's a Long Way Back to Germany.
Eh Ho Let's Go!
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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by Marky Dread » 31 Aug 2014, 12:19am

JennyB wrote:Is he going to do a 20 minute one take scene following Dee Dee around CBGB and then getting a blow job? Because I wouldn't mind that. :shifty:
That's Dee Dee's own movie called "Turning Tricks".
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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by TeddyB Not Logged In » 31 Aug 2014, 4:38am

Are we watching Entourage? Didn't Martin Landau own the script and Ari screwed it up? Scorsese did the contemporary Gatsby with a Vinnie Chase as Nick Carraway. The real world seems to have got it worse - Leo as Gatsby and Scorsese doing the Ramones. It's all about the script. I bet he hires Brian Koppleman and David Levien to take a crack at the script, with Brian's music business heritage. They're working on the show with Bobby Cannavale for Scorsese and Terry Winter. Mick Jomes would kill for Scorsese to do The Clash; in fact, he might be the only one Mick would let it really go for. Myself, I don't see it in either case. Jeff Jampol is talking some All For One bullshit about the Ramones when Joey and Johnny were enemies, and political opposites and Johnny stole Linda from Joey. A real Ramones movie would be about racism, anti-Semitism, male prostitution, the insane Linda and Seymour Stein connection, Joey's infirmities (without some cute Hollywood version of his OCD, heroin, and Arturo Vega and Danny Fields as the protagonists. And Tommy as the mastermind. I think all these writers and this director are going to get is leather jackets, tough guys, New York ethnics, and misogyny (because they've always got that part). Remember that Nick Cage movie about the paramedics Scorsese did? Awful. My favorite movie he's done since Gangs of New York was Hugo, probably because Leo wasn't in it. Prediction: it won't happen.

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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by Rat Patrol » 31 Aug 2014, 5:44am

I'd cast Nic Cage just to listen to him say "GET IN THE FUCKIN' VAN, C.J.!", but Tarantino would have to be the director to pull that schlock off. :shifty:
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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by Marky Dread » 31 Aug 2014, 9:04am

TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:Are we watching Entourage? Didn't Martin Landau own the script and Ari screwed it up? Scorsese did the contemporary Gatsby with a Vinnie Chase as Nick Carraway. The real world seems to have got it worse - Leo as Gatsby and Scorsese doing the Ramones. It's all about the script. I bet he hires Brian Koppleman and David Levien to take a crack at the script, with Brian's music business heritage. They're working on the show with Bobby Cannavale for Scorsese and Terry Winter. Mick Jomes would kill for Scorsese to do The Clash; in fact, he might be the only one Mick would let it really go for. Myself, I don't see it in either case. Jeff Jampol is talking some All For One bullshit about the Ramones when Joey and Johnny were enemies, and political opposites and Johnny stole Linda from Joey. A real Ramones movie would be about racism, anti-Semitism, male prostitution, the insane Linda and Seymour Stein connection, Joey's infirmities (without some cute Hollywood version of his OCD, heroin, and Arturo Vega and Danny Fields as the protagonists. And Tommy as the mastermind. I think all these writers and this director are going to get is leather jackets, tough guys, New York ethnics, and misogyny (because they've always got that part). Remember that Nick Cage movie about the paramedics Scorsese did? Awful. My favorite movie he's done since Gangs of New York was Hugo, probably because Leo wasn't in it. Prediction: it won't happen.
Very good movie.

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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by tepista » 31 Aug 2014, 2:49pm

TeddyB Not Logged In wrote:Are we watching Entourage? Didn't Martin Landau own the script and Ari screwed it up? Scorsese did the contemporary Gatsby with a Vinnie Chase as Nick Carraway. The real world seems to have got it worse - Leo as Gatsby and Scorsese doing the Ramones. It's all about the script. I bet he hires Brian Koppleman and David Levien to take a crack at the script, with Brian's music business heritage. They're working on the show with Bobby Cannavale for Scorsese and Terry Winter. Mick Jomes would kill for Scorsese to do The Clash; in fact, he might be the only one Mick would let it really go for. Myself, I don't see it in either case. Jeff Jampol is talking some All For One bullshit about the Ramones when Joey and Johnny were enemies, and political opposites and Johnny stole Linda from Joey. A real Ramones movie would be about racism, anti-Semitism, male prostitution, the insane Linda and Seymour Stein connection, Joey's infirmities (without some cute Hollywood version of his OCD, heroin, and Arturo Vega and Danny Fields as the protagonists. And Tommy as the mastermind. I think all these writers and this director are going to get is leather jackets, tough guys, New York ethnics, and misogyny (because they've always got that part). Remember that Nick Cage movie about the paramedics Scorsese did? Awful. My favorite movie he's done since Gangs of New York was Hugo, probably because Leo wasn't in it. Prediction: it won't happen.
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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by BostonBeaneater » 21 Dec 2015, 3:55pm



Dee Dee Fries
Blondie Beer
Talking Head Cheese.
http://gothamist.com/2015/12/21/cbgb_ne ... aurant.php
What? How? Why?
Last month, Grub Street buried this bit in an article about Newark dining: "Harold Moore hooked up with the lamented CBGB and will serve 'American fare in a fun environment recalling the legendary music venue.'" That fare will include $9 deviled eggs, an $11.50 wedge salad, and a $14 cheeseburger. There will not be an homage to Hilly's Chili, for any price.
The current owner of all things CBGB declined to comment on the venture, but it seems that all CBGB trademarks have been assigned to a holding company, and it is they who are behind this airport nonsense.
We hear it may be opening by the end of the year.
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Post by Dr. Medulla » 21 Dec 2015, 4:08pm

BostonBeaneater wrote:

Dee Dee Fries
Blondie Beer
Talking Head Cheese.
http://gothamist.com/2015/12/21/cbgb_ne ... aurant.php
What? How? Why?
Last month, Grub Street buried this bit in an article about Newark dining: "Harold Moore hooked up with the lamented CBGB and will serve 'American fare in a fun environment recalling the legendary music venue.'" That fare will include $9 deviled eggs, an $11.50 wedge salad, and a $14 cheeseburger. There will not be an homage to Hilly's Chili, for any price.
The current owner of all things CBGB declined to comment on the venture, but it seems that all CBGB trademarks have been assigned to a holding company, and it is they who are behind this airport nonsense.
We hear it may be opening by the end of the year.
Okay, now we can confidently declare punk to be dead.
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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by revbob » 21 Dec 2015, 11:02pm

Dr. Medulla wrote:
BostonBeaneater wrote:

Dee Dee Fries
Blondie Beer
Talking Head Cheese.
http://gothamist.com/2015/12/21/cbgb_ne ... aurant.php
What? How? Why?
Last month, Grub Street buried this bit in an article about Newark dining: "Harold Moore hooked up with the lamented CBGB and will serve 'American fare in a fun environment recalling the legendary music venue.'" That fare will include $9 deviled eggs, an $11.50 wedge salad, and a $14 cheeseburger. There will not be an homage to Hilly's Chili, for any price.
The current owner of all things CBGB declined to comment on the venture, but it seems that all CBGB trademarks have been assigned to a holding company, and it is they who are behind this airport nonsense.
We hear it may be opening by the end of the year.
Okay, now we can confidently declare punk to be dead.
If they do this at the A terminal I'll be okay with it.

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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by dave202 » 24 Dec 2015, 8:45pm

BostonBeaneater wrote:

Dee Dee Fries
Blondie Beer
Talking Head Cheese.
http://gothamist.com/2015/12/21/cbgb_ne ... aurant.php
What? How? Why?
Last month, Grub Street buried this bit in an article about Newark dining: "Harold Moore hooked up with the lamented CBGB and will serve 'American fare in a fun environment recalling the legendary music venue.'" That fare will include $9 deviled eggs, an $11.50 wedge salad, and a $14 cheeseburger. There will not be an homage to Hilly's Chili, for any price.
The current owner of all things CBGB declined to comment on the venture, but it seems that all CBGB trademarks have been assigned to a holding company, and it is they who are behind this airport nonsense.
We hear it may be opening by the end of the year.
I can't wait for a Max's Kansas City diner to open. I'll be first in line for a Cherry Vanilla at early 70's prices.

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Re: Scorsese to do Ramones bio-pic

Post by coffeepotman » 01 Dec 2016, 9:28am

Still in agreement, it won't happen....but what if it did?

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