Nanni Moretti directs himself playing himself in this wry look at life. Presented in three chapters, Moretti uses the experiences of traveling on his motor-scooter, cruising with his friend... See full summary »
During the first meeting between Ed Wood and George Weiss where Ed is trying to get funding for Glen or Glenda (1953), Weiss mentions he did a movie entitled Chained Girls (1965), which came out after "Glen or Glenda". See more »
[Bunny Breckenridge is being baptized]
Welcome to the fold, brother. Welcome. Praise the lord, brother. Do you reject Satan and all his evils?
[after his baptism, Bunny swims towards Ed Wood]
How do you do it? How do you get all your friends to get baptized just so you can make a monster movie?
Edward D. Wood, Jr.:
It's not a monster movie. It's a supernatural thriller.
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The lightning bolt in the Touchstone logo appears after the logo is struck by lightning. See more »
The worst director of all time seen through the eyes of one of the best directors of all time
This was the movie that Johnny Depp should have been nominated for! He was amazing! And seriously, this movie deserved so much more than just make-up and best supporting actor. "Ed Wood" is a terrific movie that every film fanatic will love. It has humor, drama, and romance. The thing is, I had heard a lot about Ed Wood, and was curious on what his life was like. My sister recommended this movie, and I think I might steal it from her. Just kidding! But it's worth not only a watch but a buy as well.
Everything about this movie is perfect. I don't think there is a way you can change it to make it any better. I would highly recommend this movie any time. Especially if you want to learn about the crazy and interesting life of "Ed Wood".
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