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Alan Smithee  - I Read The Bible ... And It Was Bad! album flac Performer: Alan Smithee
Title: I Read The Bible ... And It Was Bad!
Style: Alternative Rock
Released: 1998
Country: US
MP3 album: 1955 mb
FLAC album: 1453 mb
Rating: 4.2
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Genre: Rock

An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (the onscreen title is simply Burn Hollywood Burn) is a 1997 American mockumentary comedy film directed by Arthur Hiller (using the Alan Smithee pseudonym), written by Joe Eszterhas, and starring Eric Idle as the protagonist, a director unfortunately named Alan Smithee. The film follows Smithee as he steals the negatives to his latest film and goes on the run.

Alan Smithee was a terrible filmmaker. In a career that spanned more than three decades, Smithee tackled pretty much every genre, helming comedies, thrillers, westerns, horror, drama, science-fiction - the lot. And his films were almost always bad. Like Uwe Boll bad. In between, he tried his hand at TV, cartoons, music videos, comic books and video games, with inevitably disastrous results. His tale proving that - in Hollywood at least - fact is frequently stranger than fiction. Alan Smithee is not, was not, and never has been a real person. Rather, he was the pseudonym used by directors who wished to disown a project.

Alan Smithee (also Allen Smithee) is an official pseudonym used by film directors who wish to disown a project. Coined in 1968 and used until it was formally discontinued in 2000, it was the sole pseudonym used by members of the Directors Guild of America (DGA) when a director, dissatisfied with the final product, proved to the satisfaction of a guild panel that he or she had not been able to exercise creative control over a film

In the late 1960s, directors were given more freedom to make movies, more freedom to establish themselves as artists and auteurs. It also means that their names can accrue value, or alternatively be tied to a compromised or bad production. I was told no, I had to shoot those scenes. That was the start of it, and the shape of the film was quite different from what I thought I was going to be shooting. Unfortunately for others in Rosenthal's position, it's not always that easy to get Smithee to take the rap. The Directors Guild judges each pseudonym request individually, before negotiating with the film's production company, which can result in the director losing any further royalties or income from the film.

I had attended a 3 hour bible "study" at MIL's house (Requirement to court DIL), and DIL and I went to the front porch to sit on the swing and get away from the MIL. We sat on the porch for no longer than 5 minutes, before MIL peeks her head out, and sends a child out to sit between us on the swing. We chill for a little bit before I have to go to work, and when I leave I give her a small side hug. Directly after I left, MIL comes flying out of the house, and starts screaming at my girlfriend

It was originally titled ''An Alan Smithee Film. Then ''Burn, Hollywood, Burn!'' Now its official title is ''An Alan Smithee Film Burn Hollywood Burn''-just like that, with no punctuation. There's a rich irony connected with the title. The plot of ''AASFBHB'' involves a film so bad that the director wants his name removed,.

The stats showed that 88% of American households own a Bible, but only 37% of people read it once a week or more. No doubt, their frustration with trying to understand words, phrases, and concepts in Scripture is a reasonable frustration; but as most preachers have already told their congregations–people have plenty of time to read, but they simply don’t want to make the time. Why Don’t We Read the Bible? So let’s assume that’s true, that we don’t want to make the time to read our Bibles. Why don’t we? I mean, the God of the Universe has given mankind his Word. We shouldn’t merely open the Bible and read it like we do any other book. We shouldn’t set aside time to read the Bible because we want to be entertained in the same way a movie with entertain us, either. Instead, we should consider the basic function of Scripture.

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1 I Read The Bible ... And It Was Bad! 9:48
2 I Heard I Read The Bible ... And It Was Remixed!
Remix – Ben Sinister

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TM-ALN01 Alan Smithee I Read The Bible … And It Was Bad! ‎(CD, EP) Transmusic TM-ALN01 US 1993