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- proper n. The jargon associated with the film-making industry in Hollywood.
I think it was probably the first time many of the Dsiney personal were introduced to true 'Hollywoodese' in such a public forum.
Fans of the old show might like the film... but then again, maybe not, since it's a "reboot" Hollywoodese for "retcon" and pisses all over the original continuity.
In transposing Claude Sautet's 1970 French movie "The Things of Life" -- a film about the banality and allure of bourgeois comforts -- into Hollywoodese, director Rydell and screenwriters David Rayfiel and Marshall Brickman seem uncertain of their own point of view.
The characterization of the prim Mr. Lane as the ultimate savior translates very well into Hollywoodese.
A problem in translation from French to Hollywoodese.
Translated from Hollywoodese to English, this means, “I may get stuck working with some of these people somewhere along the road and I don’t want to offend anyone by saying this was a dumb idea.”
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