“You didn’t think I was rolling out of here naked, did you?” Trailer for Milius Documentary

Iconoclastic filmmaker, writer, gun-owner John Milius, is the man who is responsible in part for the Dirty Harry Franchise, Apocalypse Now, 1941, Conan The Barbarian, Red Dawn and HBO’s Rome; who was rumoured to have pulled a piece on a film executive and is the direct inspiration for the Coen Brother’s Walter Sobchak character (“MARK IT ZERO!”) Making its debut at the SXSW festival this week is the documentary that is comprised of stories from just about every major Hollywood director from the 70s and 80s as well as clips and photos. And Sam Elliot and his glorious mustache spouting something worthy of a Milius-ism: “He didn’t write for pussies. And he didn’t write for women.” That just about sums it up!

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  1. BOOM! What did I say? How many times?!? John Milius is THE MASTER.

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