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Salomon does a good job. Everyone who was in the book was angry at her, but really they all seem pretty human to me, doing regular human work and making the usual human errors.
This is a very well-written, absorbing behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film version of Tom Wolfe's celebrated novel Bonfire of the Vanities.
The film was released in and was a notorious critical and box office disaster. I got the feeling that Salamon went into this project with an open mind, and it really This is a very well-written, absorbing behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film version of Tom Wolfe's celebrated novel Bonfire of the Vanities.
I got the feeling that Salamon went into this project with an open mind, and it really shows. Unlike other writers like Peter Biskind , whose books about the film industry seem to concentrate with especially laser-like focus on the most wretched inner workings of Hollywood, leaving you feeling pretty grossed out by humanity in general, she captures her very flawed subjects with depth and some sympathy—even celebrities like Bruce Willis and Melanie Griffith, who I normally can't stand, are relatable to some degree here; Salamon makes clear the enormous pressures that are the constant companions of celebrities, and the effects of this on their psyches and behaviors.
And her portrait of De Palma reveals an actually fairly likable though often brusque and insular person. The book is a genuinely absorbing document of a troubled production - the downfall of which seems to be that its makers never quite figured out what they wanted it to be, that whatever they wanted to say got lost in the maelstrom.
I enjoyed it so much that I'm actually planning to watch the film sometime soon, something I never thought I'd be planning to do. Interestingly, though the movie is largely forgotten today, this book is still in print and apparently Salamon wrote a "Ten Years Later" afterword for the edition, which I want to check out asap was only able to nab a copy of the original hardcover.
If reading about the artistic process going disastrously wrong makes you like me purr like a happy kitten, you'll be purring throughout The Devil's Candy.
Jan 26, John M rated it really liked it. I feel like I need to see the movie to adequately review this. Even without that angle, it's still absolutely entrancing.
You've got a nuanced portrait of the behi I feel like I need to see the movie to adequately review this. You've got a nuanced portrait of the behind the scenes figures involved Brian De Palma, Fred Caruso, Ann Roth, Eric Schwab , all of the curveballs and unchecked blind spots that gradually built up on the production's end of things, and a few great moments behind the scenes with Tom Hanks rough start, but seems like a total sweetie by the end of things , Melanie Griffith constantly on the precipice of disaster , and Bruce Willis comes across as a total prick years before I assumed he did.
The hits just keep coming so fast that things like De Palma having an affair with Beth Broderick always Aunt Zelda in my heart and putting her through emotional abuse for a completely unnecessary and crass scene with no basis in the original book doesn't even really register as that crazy.
The only gripe I have is the lack of access and insight on whatever was going on with Michael Cristofer and his messy-ass script - there are bits early on about how everyone involved hates it and then there are just vague allusions to things getting better with no real specifics.
I still need to see the final product, but it definitely seems like everything was rotten from the ground up and having to write it off as "they picked the wrong guy to write the script" seems so weak.
Jan 28, Bob Box rated it really liked it. Read in Salamon was granted complete access to Brain De Palma for the making of Bonfire of the Vanities.
She goes into every detail of the making of the film until it's release and the blistering reviews. Fascinating reading. One of my favorites that year.
Nov 12, Nancy Utley rated it it was amazing. The right book at the right time for me, making me feel less alone as I wrestle with various challenges and eccentric folk who populate movieland!
Jul 29, Perry rated it really liked it Shelves: art-theory-and-criticism. Reading this while working on a movie is scarier than any horror novel I've ever read by a massive gulf.
Aug 12, Jerry Hart rated it it was amazing. I loved learning every aspect of the production, and the author did a great job of setting the scenes and people involved.
I felt like I was back in I was eight, but I still remember that year vividly. Jun 15, Amar Pai rated it it was amazing Shelves: nonfiction-pageturners.
This is the story of the making of the movie adaptation of Tom Wolfe's Bonfire of the Vanities. It's a great novel. The movie, however, turned out to be a critical and popular disaster.
So Devil's Candy has the quality of a trainwreck-- you can't help but gawk. I haven't seen many other detailed accounts of the end-to-end process of making a film.
The only other one that comes to mind is David Foster Wallace's thing on David Lynch's Lost Highway , which is also a great read.
In the case of Bonfi This is the story of the making of the movie adaptation of Tom Wolfe's Bonfire of the Vanities. In the case of Bonfire of the Vanities , I found it really compelling to see the sausage get made.
But it's still fascinating to see the exact series of bad decisions that get made along the way. Often these decisions are in sake of popularizing, making difficult plot points easier to follow or making unlikable characters more "audience-friendly"-- but by the end they've ruined everything that made the book worth reading in the first place!
The tone of Devil's Candy is definitely somewhat mean-spirited. Salamon never takes a charitable point of view when considering the motives of any of the Hollywood execs, stars, producers, etc.
But it's so rare to see anybody talk trash about anybody in Hollywood "you'll never work in this town again! I like Howard Stern's books for the same reason-- he dares to name names and isn't afraid of offending people in the business.
Salamon at times almost seems to want her book to mirror the breathless tone of Bonfire of the Vanities. The conceit doesn't always work, but it works often enough to make the book exciting and fun to read.
To the point where I'd actually categorize it as a page-turner! Because I enjoy movies and I am fascinated by how they are made, The Devil's Candy is a perfect match for my reading interests; and it delivers very well on its promise to describe the making of a Hollywood film from beginning to end.
For those who don't know the story, two chapter headings on the Contents page set the stage: "This Is the Best Movie We Ever Made" and then later "You've Got to Be a Genius to Make a Movie This Bad.
Because Salamon had extensive on-site, concurrent access to the making of the film from pre- through postproduction, there is a you-are-there quality to the entire book.
She proceeds step-by-step through the process, offering movie set scenes rich with detail, movie studio executive confrontations, and disagreements galore as well as back stories, career ambitions, and insecurities for many of the key players.
And though Salamon's prose rarely soars, the writing is clear, well organized, and stimulating. From beginning to end, I enjoyed Salamon's tale though it could use a little tightening.
And why not. It's a good story about a popular and controversial novel and a film that was so over the top it crashed and burned.
Most of all, her tale is about how to make a movie. Jun 06, Leah Tuscano rated it it was amazing. This is a great book for anyone interested in movies and understanding the thousands of decisions that go into making them.
I wish I would have read this before moving out to Los Angeles. My favorite part about it was that the author never mentions herself, you actually forget that there is a journalist following around the crew and feel like you are actually there.
People are quite honest and you find yourself rooting for some of your favorite "characters", especially Eric Schwaub and Ann Roth.
I watched the movie after I read the book which I recommend doing because it's easy then to understand what's going on and why they made certain choices.
Nov 01, Jennifer rated it it was amazing Shelves: flaming-winnebagos , research , arts-and-crafts. Julie Salamon's book is a fascinating look at the making of "Bonfire of the Vanities," a big-budget Hollywood adaptation of Tom Wolfe's novel.
I learned more than I expected to about the ways movies come together or fail to and the petty maneuverings that go on. This goes directly against God's word which clearly states that we have power over all things through God by accepting Jesus Christ as God's son who did live, did die and did rise to live again and sent the Holy Spirit to help us with any and ALL types of addiction.
Faith in this is the trigger in stopping the madness of being an addict who smokes crack cocaine. We believe there is a devils candy and it is more than just an addiction.
We believe it does possess your body, soul and spirit. By possessing the body, soul and spirit of the user, it traps everyone around it into a horrible lifestyle and brings tremendous strain on one's family.
The journey crack cocaine sends one on, and the conclusion that indeed crack cocaine is evil and any rational normal thought would have to conclude that it is an addiction and possession from the darkest depths of despair and that God had nothing to do with it.
Got To Start Somewhere: Where do you start with such a horrible drug addiction and possession to such an insidious substance? How can I possibly just say words on how to end your madness with this horrible insidious substance called crack cocaine and expect that to just happen?
Because of the harsh reality of what a stupid punk crackhead I had become gives me the ability to do just that, give you words to attack crack so you too can conquer the devil's candy and be free forever just like I am.
With crack cocaine, ya know when ya know. I Lost Everything: When I nearly lost my soul from smoking crack cocaine, I found incredible power in writing.
I wrote everything down on paper. All my thoughts, food intake and quality, physical accomplishments, cool words that I read, phrases I heard spoken, scriptures I somehow was pointed to, feelings of being a complete and lost crack head and hating that description of me, some trivial ideas of grandeur for some kind of life for me, names and places of interest, plans for success, charts of my existing life in treatment barracks, fantasies of love and family, stupid idiot behaviors witnessed by me and anything in any category you come up with in a facility that facilitates crack heads.
This process lasted 87 days from the 90 day "alternative-to-jail" program I happen to be in. I had power from writing words.
For some unexplained reason at the time, the power felt like it was going directly against the devil's candy. Even then I was not sure how to explain this and was quickly labeled "never to get better for asking questions and stating feelings".
I just had this compelling power being aimed at the madness in my life and hope started to manifest right in front of my eyes. My narrow existence was now opening up and I was again writing more and more and was finding the old Todd as God created me and experiencing this cool feeling of power over this gripping possession from crack cocaine for the first time in my life.
The Insanity: The insanity of doing nothing else but smoking crack cocaine every awake moment of everyday is maddening.
I had a relentless desire to do this at any and all expense no matter what, no matter who, no matter how, no matter why, no matter when, no matter where.
But stays on your mind. Her complexity comes from multiple Napa Valley locations including: Calistoga, Oakville, and Pope Valley. View Tasting Notes View Website.
Pour your heart out to this irresistible Seductress. Everyone has their eyes set on her. Jesse bludgeons Ray to death with his own guitar.
Jesse gets Zooey outside safely. He is drawn to a spot near the house, where he finds the suitcases with the children's bodies that Ray had buried.
As the sun rises, Jesse looks to the sky, smiles, and starts to cry. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 13, The film has received largely positive reviews.
The site's consensus says, " The Devil's Candy playfully subverts horror tropes while serving up more than enough stylish thrills to satisfy genre enthusiasts.
Miller of Ain't It Cool News called it "a fantastic film" and "an absolute treasure trove of scares! On the other hand, Dennis Harvey writing for Variety called the film "a bit of a sophomore slump" and said it was "ultimately a lively but underdeveloped B-horror-thriller.
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Running time. Ethan Embry as Jesse Hellman Shiri Appleby as Astrid Hellman Pruitt Taylor Vince as Ray Smilie Kiara Glasco as Zooey Hellman Tony Amendola as Leonard Craig Nigh as Realtor Leland Orser as Preacher Orion West as Deputy Hernandez Richard Rollin as Walter Smilie Sheila Bailey Lucas as Pamela Smilie Marco Perella as Sgt.
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View Tasting Notes View Website. Pour your heart out to this irresistible Seductress.