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:) Peace and love, ZB Posted by Zach Braff at AM | Comments (510) | Permalink | Track Back (22) February 19, 2006 Dearest F. As I can barely keep my eyes open, I'm not gonna say to much other than this: 1) Those of you who have been having some sort of verbal battle on the comments section of this blog. That is not what this site is about and it is certainly not what I am about.
James and I meet when our hands accidentally touch during a "Licensed to Kill" seminar in Dusseldorf. Be good to one another and try not to shoot each other in the face.
I'm telling you, it's a great way to end a hard day." We're working hard on We're gonna have short films festivals, short story contests, still-photo contests. Incidentally, they asked me to be the first non-Oprah cover of "O" magazine and I said no.
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Zach has been attached to the [show] and involved with its development for over two years.
Posted by Zach Braff at PM | Comments (239) | Permalink | Track Back (27) May 17, 2006 Dearest Fans, Get ready for the launch of my new site: Sorry I haven't posted here in awhile, but we've been working hard on launching our new home. We were both reaching for an "Ain't Misbehavin" CD that kills an enemy after he/she listens to the Act One curtain closer. ZB Posted by Zach Braff at PM | Comments (1675) | Permalink | Track Back (28) January 24, 2006 Hey everybody!
As such, it’s kind of annoying that 80 percent of the shots are close-ups of Zach Braff.
It’s also irritating, for that matter, that he created a role that requires Natalie Portman to fall in love with him.
His most significant cultural role, though, is as Hollywood’s ambassador to the nation’s cool kids—the guy who interprets youth culture for film execs and then repackages it for popular consumption.
is any indication, Braff’s weaknesses as a director go beyond narcissism.
In the film, he piles on quirky details—a disembodied red gas pump hanging from a car, a guy in a suit of armor, a framed diploma on the ceiling—to keep viewers from scrutinizing his shallow characters and clichéd cultural observations. was a list of funny anecdotes and off-kilter objects rather than a cohesive story.
Thisis the kind of movie the Zuckers would have made if they used gags in the service of drama rather than screwball comedy. It makes sense that Braff is so popular on My Space, a site that exists so people can list what they like—friends, celebrities, music, movies. He might not have anything original to say, but Braff does offer this insight on our generation: We are inclined to mistake stuff for substance.
Braff also uses pop songs as a cheat, an easy way to heighten the emotional impact of otherwise unremarkable moments. Braff’s problem is that he’s come of age at a time when we want our stars—Beyoncé, J. He writes, acts, directs, DJs—next time out, he’ll probably lash a pair of cymbals between his knees.
We root for Braff’s character, the perpetually confused Dr. D.” Dorian, because he’s such a good sport about always being the butt of the joke.