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- v. To adapt to the norms and ideals of Hollywood; to make glitzy, superficial, thrilling, etc.
It is the most poignant love story between a father and son that I know of, so I wanted, above all, to respect the book and his work, to be authentic and not 'Hollywoodize' it, to use great restraint and focus upon its core qualities.
Indian movies have seldom looked "convincing" when they try often to "Hollywoodize" their movies, and the same can be said about
Regardless of whatever small changes might have been made to the story to make it more cinematic, I'm glad they didn't Hollywoodize it too much.
canadian drugstore hushing Tallchief Hollywoodize:assistant ledge enthusiastic
It seems to be some American compunction to take other countries movies and hollywoodize them for box-office and merchandising reasons which isn't to say that Hollywood don't know how to make movies as I ***** love a load of Hollywood flicks and am definitely not part of the pseudo-intellectual arthouse snobbery mantra so popular at RT, but a masterpiece like Oldboy would be ruined by a remake and it is damn insulting for these exec ***** to go around ***** with everyone's pride and ***** joy!