Forget Oscars: Chicago wins for Indies

Amid all the Oscar hoopla, Chicago has captured its own film award. In its winter issue, MovieMaker magazine ranked Chicago No. Full Story
NoConservativePr opaganda

Chicago, IL

#1 Feb 24, 2009
Oh, but isn't Chicago just too expensive because of Daley?

Maybe a filmaker can make a movie in a hardcore republican suburb of the city & call it "Living in Loserville".
assbag

Clayton, DE

#2 Feb 24, 2009
new york is the top movie city..at least 5 major movies a year are based in new york. shutup
Chicago Cesspool

Oak Forest, IL

#3 Feb 24, 2009
Stench of liberal fools!
GalFriday

United States

#4 Feb 24, 2009
NoConservativePropaganda wrote:
Oh, but isn't Chicago just too expensive because of Daley?
Maybe a filmaker can make a movie in a hardcore republican suburb of the city & call it "Living in Loserville".
Did you not read the part about the 30% tax credit, or does your brain just pick and choose what it wants to comprehend while ignoring the most pertinent facts?
Greg

Chicago, IL

#5 Feb 24, 2009
GalFriday wrote:
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Did you not read the part about the 30% tax credit, or does your brain just pick and choose what it wants to comprehend while ignoring the most pertinent facts?
Read it out loud. He was being sarcastic.
john williams

Berwyn, IL

#6 Feb 24, 2009
People who are collecting unemployment should have the first rights to jobs as extras for these movies. Pay for extras is not much $50 to $100 but it includes meals. why should these jobs even though they are temprary be reserved only for union actors?
film buff

Chicago, IL

#7 Feb 24, 2009
john williams wrote:
People who are collecting unemployment should have the first rights to jobs as extras for these movies. Pay for extras is not much $50 to $100 but it includes meals. why should these jobs even though they are temprary be reserved only for union actors?
They're not reserved for union actors. Anyone who sends their photo and info to a casting agent has a shot.
Greg

Chicago, IL

#8 Feb 24, 2009
assbag wrote:
new york is the top movie city..at least 5 major movies a year are based in new york. shutup
Name them.
Jim

Chicago, IL

#9 Feb 24, 2009
This is good news for our great city. I wish our wheather was better but people are really going to the movies. We need more services to promote other industries to find out that Chicago is a great town to invest money.
As If

Chicago, IL

#10 Feb 24, 2009
assbag wrote:
new york is the top movie city..at least 5 major movies a year are based in new york. shutup
Yes, and fortunately most of them show New York being destroyed.
As If

Chicago, IL

#11 Feb 24, 2009
Chicago Cesspool wrote:
Stench of liberal fools!
What does your comment even mean? This is suddenly a liberal vs conservative issue? Your comment makes no sense.

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