Thursday, January 6, 2005
Oliver Stone is whining about the poor response to "Alexander", and he's blaming it on "fundamentalists".
"From day one audiences didn't show up," he said. "They didn't even read the reviews in the South because the media was using the words, `Alex the gay.' As a result you can bet that they thought, `We're not going to see a film about a military leader that has got something wrong with him.'"
Or maybe, just maybe, we're all (A) starting to get tired of epic movies about historical figures and events, (B) thinking it looked a bit much like "Troy 2: Electric Boogaloo", (C) worn out from the holidays, or (D) all of the above. Sit down and shut up.
Posted by Tom, 1/6/2005 7:18:00 AM (Permalink). 0 Comments. Leave a comment...