It’s easy to miss a movie on the big screen.
But in a film, a small detail can be worth a whole lot more than the entire film itself.
A new documentary by producer Adam Sandler has just put some of those tiny details into perspective.
The film is called The Greatest Movie Ever Made, and it’s the story of one of cinema’s greatest films, a 1974 American comedy called The Producers.
Sandler and director Mike Nichols filmed the film with a cast of actors including Michael Keaton, Jeff Bridges, George Clooney, Tom Hanks, and Seth MacFarlane.
It’s about a group of friends, who are in the process of getting their careers off the ground.
They’re all about to make a movie, and one of them is going to be nominated for an Oscar.
They decide to meet to make some coffee and chat.
It seems like a pretty harmless and normal meeting, but then the conversation turns from “coffee” to “dinner,” and the group is told that the other one has just won the Oscars.
What follows is an epic journey of discovery and redemption.
Read more on EW.com.
The movie’s cast, who include Keaton and Bridges, plays two members of a crew, and the film is a big-budget, high-concept drama with a huge cast of stars, including MacFarlanes wife, Mary Tyler Moore, and Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence.
(The movie is currently playing in theaters nationwide.)
Nichols and Sandler also directed the movie, which is based on a screenplay by the late Jerry Bruckheimer.
The story centers on a group that’s all about their next big idea: an all-female production company called The Pros.
The Proposal is to start a company that will produce movies for women and then sell them to men.
The Pros will be the ones to create the best movies and, presumably, win Oscars.
So they’ll be doing it with a bunch of guys.
But the Pros also have a secret weapon: the Producers who have been watching their back for years.
And one day, one of the producers, the charismatic director of a small studio called Bumble Bee Studios, will show them an idea he had when he was a teenager, about a company called Burt Reynolds.
“I was watching all of his films,” Sandler told EW.
“And he was like, ‘Well, we’ve got this.
We’re going to create this.’
And I was like ‘Wow, I’ve never seen anything like that.'”
So the Props go into Bumble Bees studios, and Sandlers and Nichols make the Proposal and make it the most successful movie ever made.
The production team goes into a warehouse and makes the movie.
But as the film’s production goes into high gear, it’s discovered that a bunch to the stars is really all that is needed to create The Pros film.
The producer and director, along with the crew members, are brought in to see the film, but not all of the crew is invited.
“There’s a little bit of a scene where they’re not really there, but you see their faces,” Nichols told EW, explaining how the scene worked.
“When they’re watching the movie for the first time, it takes them by surprise.
They are stunned and amazed.
So, we put them in a room with the lights on and we put this little bit at the beginning, and we’re just like, there’s a bit of drama.
And then we cut away.
And the scene that’s at the end of the film when they’re all together is like, this is a great film.
And we all think it’s fantastic, but at the same time, I’m not sure if this is the best movie ever.”
And there’s another scene in the movie that makes its way to critics, and critics are very disappointed.
“That scene was very important to me,” Sanders said.
“Because that scene is the movie ending.
And it’s very important that they come together in that moment, and they don’t know what to do.
And they’re still in that room with this great director and this great producer, and I think we kind of got it right there.”
The Props film was shot in one take and was shot over two days.
The editing was done by Sandler, who is known for his distinctive editing style.
Sandlers version was the most accurate, as it featured every actor and every scene.
“They all came in and they were just like in awe,” Nichols said.
Nichols said the crew was in awe of the process, which he described as “a kind of a nightmare, because you just think, oh, this could never happen.”
The crew also had a very close relationship with the producers and director.
“You’ve got the producer who has this incredible charisma, and then you have the director who’s