See how the classic Christmas psychopath movie Home Alone came to be in this pitch meeting! Subscribe to our channel: http://goo.gl/ho3Hg6
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I actually like this style better than the new ones. Please go back to this style where the two "characters" are less self-aware and cheesy. Way less "wink wink" style moments. Anyone know what I mean?
Kevin isn't calling the police because he thought the police would lock him up for stealing a toothbrush. That's how the mind of a child works. Also he was afraid of packing his suitcase alone because - again - he is a child. At the beginning of the movie Kevin was insecure, easily scared and super dependant on others, as children in his age mostly are. Then he was tossed in a situation where he had to take care of himself and absolutely noone was there to help him. So he had to mature and face his fears (also symbolized through the basement oven and the creepy neighbor) in order to defend his house. That's his character arc. It's the POINT of the movie.
These pitch meetings were so much better. The producer actually had a personality and questioned the script, and didn't just smile and be polite all the time. Same with the director, he seems less confident about his idea, and just like the producer he doesn't smile all the time.
It is a LOOOT easier to swallow a premise if it is at the start of a movie and typically doesn't shatter the suspension of disbelief almost regardless of how unbelievable it would actually be. This is because the start of the movie is the set up or premise. So a movie could start with the main character winning three separate lotteries at once and it would barely make the SoD shudder.
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