Jerry Bruckheimer... worried about Inception?

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Bruckheimer is a joke, there is nothing to compare here.

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I think Bruckheimer probably wasn't expecting Inception to get the PG rating. Even though the two films are completely different, I think he was probably counting on getting those who couldn't get into an R movie (if Inception had been given that rating) to see Apprentice instead.

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Hahaha this is fantastic,Bruckheimers films are nothing compared with those from Nolan,everytime
Nolan comes with a new film,then all the other producers and directors just get worried :D

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OVERMAN wrote:Bruckheimer is a joke, there is nothing to compare here.
Exactly.

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Undoubtedly it will be the Nolan's landslide victory, if we talk about a quality.

I won't be surprised, if the "Inception" will even beat Bruckheimer's movies severely in box-office. Not that I care about it, but that would be funny.

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Nolan's gonna win this. But I've gotta say I may check out Prince of Persia sometime this summer.

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nadine wrote:I think Bruckheimer probably wasn't expecting Inception to get the PG rating. Even though the two films are completely different, I think he was probably counting on getting those who couldn't get into an R movie (if Inception had been given that rating) to see Apprentice instead.
Who expected Inception to get an R-rating?

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I didn't expect it to get an R rating but it wouldn't surprise me if Bruckheimer thought it might have.

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Bruckheimer cares more about money I reckon he knows his business and knows how to get money out of movies, he wants his movies to be open to all audiences,

greedy Jerry

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nadine wrote:I didn't expect it to get an R rating but it wouldn't surprise me if Bruckheimer thought it might have.
I think Bruckheimer's too experienced a producer to think for a second that a $150+million summer movie from WB would dare get an R rating. :lol:

I bet he's still hoping that they're aiming for separate demographics, though.

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