Vince may still get a break now that the studio is launching Queens Boulevard commercially, but he agrees with the director their re-cut is artistic murder. Johnny has an Edward Burns pilot... See full summary »

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Vince may still get a break now that the studio is launching Queens Boulevard commercially, but he agrees with the director their re-cut is artistic murder. Johnny has an Edward Burns pilot audition, but throws a ridiculous tantrum, during which his car is stolen, so he isn't even on time. Now Terrance has signed Ari's settlement, he sets up his agency. As soon as Terrance finds out about the agency, he decides vindictively to stop payments and litigate regardless of cost. Just when people discover they won't be paid, probably for months, Terrance's ex offers Ari a way out. Written by KGF Vissers

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The reflection of a camera can be seen when Turtles and Drama leave the house in their black SUV. See more »

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Billy Walsh: [seeing the Queens Boulevard poster] Ahhhh these motherfuckers, pieces of shit, I'm gonna fuckin' hit somebody, there's no fuckin' doubt in my mind.
Johnny "Drama" Chase: Little lightly, Billy, life is short.
Billy Walsh: Go fuck your mother, Drama!
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What ELSE the episode teaches...
11 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Your comment on "art" vs. commercial films is idealistic and unrealistic. Who do you think finances this "art" films. If it's not the studio offshoots, Picturehouse, Vantage, Sony Classics, Fox Searchlight, then it's a group of doctors, lawyers, or large Wall Street investors. In other words, rarely if ever, the artist.

Obviously, this leads to a certain responsibility to the investor, if the artist desires to see his film get distribution, and more importantly, the ability to make another one. So Hollywood and the artists it supports have a co-dependent relationship, like it or not.

Of course there are always certain tasteless "suits" who will try to inflict their opinion on a film in order to better its odds of a return to investors, but have the interest of the artists at heart as well, because nobody wants to anger them for fear that they flee to a rival agency/studio. That's pretty well covered in the Entourage series and there are treatises on how FEAR is behind every move "Hollywood" makes.


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