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Movies in Fifteen Minutes (history)

Page history last edited by Cleolinda 12 years, 10 months ago


A brief history of Movies in Fifteen Minutes:



All told, this is a level of easy productivity that will never, ever be seen again.

  • Early July, 2004: I have a series of mild hissyfits over plagiarism (mostly people reposting entire parodies, usually Troy or POA/15, without permission or credit). Oh, those innocent, idealistic days when I actually thought I could police the interwebs.
  • July 14, 2004: King Arthur in Fifteen Minutes.
  • July 2004 - May 2005: I nearly have a nervous breakdown trying to write the book, considering that I've actually finished very few writing projects in my entire life.

Number of parodies posted online: 8.



The parodies in the book were all-new content and are not posted online. The ten parodies (links are to icon entries that served as countdown previews):

From POTO/15 on, I've been posting parodies at a much more leisurely rate. All appearances to the contrary, the journal isn't dead; I just post somewhat infrequently. And I like it that way, because it keeps me from getting burnt out and the reader community from getting completely tired of my writing.

Number of parodies posted online: 1.



Number of parodies posted online: 2.



  • As of early 2007, a second book has been in planning stages (i.e., in my head) for about a year; I have a rough idea of the movies I'd want to do, but am still a little gun-shy from the stress of writing the first one.
  • As of April 2007, most of Casino Royale and much of Mission: Impossible III have been drafted for a second book.
  • April 12, 2007: 300 in Fifteen Minutes.
  • April 23, 2007: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Fifteen Minutes.
  • December 11, 2007: The Golden Compass in Fifteen Minutes, released as series of free downloads on Mega Upload to benefit Project Download.

Number of parodies posted online: 3.




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