Jordan, my dear old friend,
Thank you so much for such a fabulous lunch, and these exciting words and pictures you sent over. Abrams has nothing on you.
I think you're mining truly innovative cinematic territory here and I think we can work together to shape your vision into something more aligned with mine. Here are some proposed improvements that my nephew worked up. Perhaps we could begin the story a little more focused on the moment of discovery - focus more on the divine, without all the distracting stuff around the edges.
I'm thinking perhaps if we lose the character it can be more mysterious. I don't think people are going to want to see what this guy looks like, at least for now. From down below it should all appear like it was planned - mistakes might make it seem less impressive. I realize the comedy angle is nice but still think that the act of creation is not something to be poked at.
One last thing: can Toby Keith do the soundtrack? People love him, I think.
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Jason Koxvold.
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