d boon Lives!

If you’re making an historical film, history can be such a drag, so dump it. In the case of my beloved musical icon, I see no reason to have him die at the end, as would so many a biopic, death being the ending being the ending of any hope of thematic interest. Also wrote a film (Young Hitler) in which a pair of ne’er-do-well time travelers fail to kill Adolf himself, find the third Reich rise anyway, with Hitler a minor functionary within it. And yet the germans have a word for it.


Desk murderer. Is there anything they can’t do?

But Generally just pleased as punch that I came up with the idea of swapping out historical events before the release of Inglorious Basterds. Hardly the first to go this direction, but it would pain me to be caught ripping off Tarantino. Note I said being caught.

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