Thursday, March 26, 2009

Cinematic Illiterate to Publish Word Books

Only the most astute of cinephiles would have watched films as emotionally complex and thought-provoking as Rush Hour, Rush Hour 2 and Rush Hour 3 and realized that the director behind them was merely using motion pictures as a canvas upon which to cry out for his true passion, his destiny, his muse: the written word.

At long last, Brett Ratner is a book publisher. The question of his reading comprehension skills is moot; all that matters is that he made a X-Man movie and he knows Robert Evans.

[via Gawker]

1 comment:

evan said...

Niche readers have been waiting for more Blasian stories. Black Asia will once again survive and thrive John, so don't ruin this for me.

The Rush Hour triumvirate means a lot to the average African American Ratner fan. It helps bridge the gap for my chocolate friends and relays a vivd, realistic perspective on Blasian relations while helping black kung fu artists to score some silky asian trim.

Personally, I'm really looking forward to Ratner's Black-Asian love manuals. They'll be an intellectual land bridge into Blasia.

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