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Peter Jackson comes home to smaller, cheaper, shorter movies
Peter Jackson is best-known for such gargantuan undertakings as "Lord of the Rings," "King Kong" and "The Hobbit," and even his more modest studio entry "The Lovely Bones" still cost around $65 million. Yes, his epics have made lots of money, but even Peter Jackson seems to want Peter Jackson to get back to the smaller scale of his early films, from the no-budget splatter of "Bad Taste" and "Dead Alive" to the endlessly clever, modestly budgeted productions "Forgotten Silver" and "Heavenly Creatures," the latter of which is still his best film. We wouldn't take back "LOTR" for the world, but think about this: He could make two dozen or so "Creatures"-style feature for the price of one "Hobbit" film. Which would you prefer?
- Dave Lewis