I can't find anything else about this?The movie Two Moon Junction.
Sherrilyn Fenn has a nude scene that was not meant to be totally nude.
Some nightgown she believed was meant to stay on in a sex scene was purposely set up to fall completely off as he made sure the wardrobe department did something with it to make it fall apart which the young actress never knew he secretly did it. What an asshole.
She spoke about it randomly on a youtube I saw a few months back.I can't find anything else about this?
It seems like a serious issue, surely she would have had options, reshooting the scene? It wasn't what was scripted?She spoke about it randomly on a youtube I saw a few months back.
It just came out in a Q and A from an audience member from memory. He did not ask about it but in talking about that movie it just came to her mind and she is not backward in speaking her mind.
She was very young and it is not uncommon.It seems like a serious issue, surely she would have had options, reshooting the scene? It wasn't what was scripted?
It makes sense. I guess the brazenness of the director and the wardrobe people as well is a bit beyond common though.She was very young and it is not uncommon.
The context of her bringing up was she felt she was making one movie and she found out later on most of others were basically make a porn movie of sorts.
I'll see if can find the video. Remember she is talking about something from decades ago.
Burt Ward or Burt Young?In the 1982 movie, Diane Franklin plays Patricia Montelli, the oldest daughter based on Dawn Defeo, while Burt Young plays the father Anthony Montelli, based on the real life father Ronald Defeo Snr.
In 2018, another film about the Defeo murders was made - 'The Amityville Murders - A Haunting on Long Island'. While a lot of the events in this film are fictional or have been changed, it is more historically accurate than the 1982 film. In the 2018 film, Dianne Franklin plays the mother Louise Defeo, while Burt Ward also returns to play her father Mr. Brigante.
I'd never heard of it. A quick look at IMDB sees a score of 4.0, which puts it in the dire category. It doesn't even rate a mention on rotten tomatoes.The 2003 Australian crime comedy film 'The Wannabes' had its title changed to 'Criminal Ways' when released in America.
Does anybody else remember 'The Wannabes' aka 'Criminal Ways'? I've seen a lot of bad movies in my time, but this is one that always stands out for me and has had me asking for years, 'How did they mess this up so badly?'.
Some movies - a number of them big budget films - fail simply because they were overly ambitious or a bad idea in the first place. For example, one of the main reasons legendary box office bomb 'Heavens Gate' from 1980 failed was because it was made about a not particularly well-known nor particularly interesting part of history in the American West - the Johnson County Wars. Its hardly the Alamo. It would have been like James Cameron producing 'Empress of Ireland' (a ship that sank off Canada in 1914) rather than his blockbuster 'Titanic' in the 1990s. Would 'Empress of Ireland' have been successful? I doubt that question would ever have been answered, because there is no way the 20th Century Fox executives would have signed off on an expensive movie of a forgotten shipwreck few people had even heard of outside of maritime history enthusiasts.
But the Wannabes, a simple enough film about a gang of criminals who pose as a children's musical group only to inadvertently become a huge hit as entertainers, was not overly ambitious. The premise was good, and definitely right for this era where children's groups such as The Wiggles, Hi 5 and the now forgotten Hooley Dooley's were popular. It had a good cast, including a number from the successful Wog Boy in 1999 including Nick Giannopoulos, Costas Killias and Tony Nikolakopolous; plus Russell Dykstra who had been in a number of successful films in the era such as Garage Days; Isla Fisher just before she found international stardom and young actor Ryan Johnson, who would go on to be a successful Australian TV actor over the next two decades. It would not have won an Academy Award for Best Picture, but from the talent in front of and behind the camera and a good, workable premise, the result should have been a funny Australian crime comedy.
Yet just nothing seemed to work with this film. It was actually quite eerie to watch it fail so badly on every level. The only funny scenes I remember was one where the white rapper (played by Johnson) performed an offensive song full of four letter words he had written and then said 'he had toned it down for the kids', and a post credits Christmas song where the three guys beat up the guy in the wombat suit who is dressed as Santa Claus.
Michael Shannon and Jaeden Martell have also played father and son in two films - Midnight Special (2016) and Knives Out (2019).Australian actors Shane Jacobsen and Sarah Snook have twice played the roles of father and daughter in movies - in 'The Dressmaker' in 2015 and 'Oddball' in 2016.