Jack Goes Confidential: PUBLIC ENEMIES High on Character Count–Low on Delivery!

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5 Responses to Jack Goes Confidential: PUBLIC ENEMIES High on Character Count–Low on Delivery!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Jack for the heads up.
    Once again you’re in stark contrast with the STAR’S review and that’s what I’ve always enjoyed about your reviews for years.
    For my money you usually nail it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    craig glazer
    Jack sounds like you are right on target…its what I thought looking at previews….alot of noise,posing and outfits and not much content…but selfishly it helps me with my movie if this picture does well at box office…and I look for it to do above average with this cast and mid summer, lucky for the movie they camse out after three other blockbusters, maybe it will perform…I’ll see it anyways…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Craig you obviously don’t have a clue about Hollywood. “Your” movie if it gets made will come out a few years after this and what this does or doesn’t do at the theater has no bearing. Now if it tanks will it have a bearing on if your movie GETS made…YES. Folks will figure if Johnny Depp can’t sell tickets then Craig Glazer won’t either.

    Jack thanks for reminding me of Michael J Pollard. Genius.

  4. Anonymous says:

    craig glazer
    Rick, whoever you are…you are right about one thing, Public Enemies won’t hurt King of Sting if it fails, but it does help somewhat when crime movies do well…I do know a bit about Hollywood, having lived there for l4 years, working as a producer on the lot of Universal and New World Pictures, I produced four movies of my own, including Champions Forever starring Muhammad Ali, and I did his last interview which is being released as a feature doc. later this year…I also prodcued that…and worked on many other feature films…so I might know just a bit more about it than you do….I do think Johnny Depp can sell tix, and since I won’t be playing me in the film, tix sales will be based on the stars and the story…thanks for your support Rick…

  5. Anonymous says:

    Stand corrected in regards to your Hollywood knowledge. But you concur that the time of your movie release will be far from this movie playing correct? It can be as long as three to five years and that may be a fast track before it ever sees a theater correct?

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