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Analyze This (1999)

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Cast: Aasif Mandvi, Bill Macy, Billy Crystal, Chazz Palminteri, DonnaMarie Recco, Gene Ruffini, Joe Rigano, Joe Viterelli, Judith Kahan, Kyle Sabihy, Leo Rossi, .

A Horrifying, Hilarious Look at What Today's Top Creatives Will Look Like in 35 Years

Sure, renowned advertising creatives Gerry Graf, Tor Myhren, Rob Reilly, Tiffany Rolfe and Ted Royer are riding high these days. But things are about to come crashing down in a serious way. The AICP takes a dismaying look at each of their lives 35


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Ghost Dog

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Price: $6.33 ( Show details )

Ghost Dog

Lions Gate (Other Movies)

Price: $6.33 ( Show details )

Ghost Dog

Ghost Dog

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Price: $6.33

East meets West in this hip-hop infused samurai-gangster pic in which Forest Whitaker plays a professional killer who goes by the name of Ghost Dog and who lives by teh age-old code of the Samurai. When Ghost Dog's code is dangerously betrayed by the dysfunctional mafia family that occasionally employs him, he must find a way to defend himself without breaking the code of the Samurai. System Requirements: Starring: Forest Whitaker, John Tormey, Cliff Gorman, Henry Silva, Isaach De Bankole, Tricia Vessey, Victor Argo, Gene Ruffini, Richard Portnow, and Camille Winbush. Directed By: Jim Jarmusch. Running Time: 116 Min, Color. This film is presented in Widescreen format. Copyright 2002 Artisan Entertainment. Format: DVD MOVIE


A Horrifying, Hilarious Look at What Today's Top Creatives Will Look Like in 35 Years - Adweek

Sure, renowned advertising creatives Gerry Graf, Tor Myhren, Rob Reilly, Tiffany Rolfe and Ted Royer are riding high these days. But things are about to come crashing down in a serious way. The AICP takes a dismaying look at each of their lives 35 years from now in a hilarious series of videos, unveiled today, promoting the call for entries for the 2015 AICP Awards. Each of them is in horrifying shape, having seen their careers—and their lives—spiral into utter shambles. The one thing they can hold on to is their long-past success, which the AICP has helped to preserve. (AICP-winning work gets archived in the Museum of Modern Art, which is more validation than most ad people ever get. "Craft your legacy. We'll protect it," says the on-screen text. The accompanying website is craft-your-legacy. The spots are hilariously written (Reilly and Graf conceived the concept with AICP president and CEO Matt Miller) and nicely directed by Brian Billow of O Positive. And kudos to the actors for their delightfully disturbing takes on past-their-prime ad people. Gerry Graf, Barton F. Graf 9000. Tor Myhren, Grey. Rob Reilly, McCann. Tiffany Rolfe, co:collective. Ted Royer, Droga5. Creative Concept. Rob Reilly, McCann. Gerry Graf, Barton F. Graf 9000. Eric Monnet, McCann. Brian Billow, Director. Vince Vennitti, Director of Photography. O Positive Executive Producer: Ralph Laucella. Executive Producer: Marc Grill. Production Supervisor: Christina Woolston. Grande/Morris Casting. Casting Director: Faye Grand. Editor on "Tor Myhren": Charlie Cusumano. Editor on "Gerry Graf": Jason Macdonald. Editor on "Rob Reilly": Justin Quagliata. Editor on "Tiffany Rolfe": Nick Schneider. Editor on "Ted Royer": Dan Aronin. Senior Cutting Assistant: Ryan Bukowski. Executive Producers: Corina Dennison, Crissy DeSimone. Producer: Malia Rose, Kendra Desai. Partner, Executive Producer: Jeff Rosner. Gerry Graf: Gene Ruffini. Tor Myhren: Jim Murtaugh. Rob Reilly: George Riddle. Tiffany Rolfe: Marie Wallace. Ted Royer: Frank Ridley. Sure, renowned advertising creatives Gerry Graf, Tor Myhren, Rob Reilly, Tiffany Rolfe and Ted Royer are riding high these days. But things are about to come crashing down in a serious way. The AICP takes a dismaying look at each of their lives 35 years from now in a hilarious series of videos, unveiled today, promoting the call for entries for the 2015 AICP Awards. Each of them is in horrifying shape, having seen their careers—and their lives—spiral into utter shambles. The one thing they can hold on to is their long-past success, which the AICP has helped to preserve. (AICP-winning work gets archived in the Museum of Modern Art, which is more validation than most ad people ever get. "Craft your legacy. We'll protect it," says the on-screen text. The accompanying website is craft-your-legacy. The spots are hilariously written (Reilly and Graf conceived the concept with AICP president and CEO Matt Miller) and nicely directed by Brian Billow of O Positive. And kudos to the actors for their delightfully disturbing takes on past-their-prime ad people. Gerry Graf, Barton F. Graf 9000. Tor Myhren, Grey. Rob Reilly, McCann. Tiffany Rolfe, co:collective. Ted Royer, Droga5. Creative Concept. Rob Reilly, McCann. Gerry Graf, Barton F. Graf 9000. Eric Monnet, McCann. Brian Billow, Director. Vince Vennitti, Director of Photography. O Positive Executive Producer: Ralph Laucella. Executive Producer: Marc Grill. Production Supervisor: Christina Woolston. Grande/Morris Casting. Casting Director: Faye Grand. Editor on "Tor Myhren": Charlie Cusumano. Editor on "Gerry Graf": Jason Macdonald. Editor on "Rob Reilly": Justin Quagliata. Editor on "Tiffany Rolfe": Nick Schneider. Editor on "Ted Royer": Dan Aronin. Senior Cutting Assistant: Ryan Bukowski. Executive Producers: Corina Dennison, Crissy DeSimone. Producer: Malia Rose, Kendra Desai.

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  1. Sure, renowned advertising creatives Gerry Graf, Tor Myhren, Rob Reilly, Tiffany Rolfe and Ted Royer are riding high these days. But things are about to come crashing down in a serious way. The AICP takes a dismaying look at each of their lives 35
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