The next time you’re browsing a movie, stop and think about how many steps you need to take before you feel like you’re in a bad film.
It’s not hard to see why people are drawn to this idea: a good movie can be a great film, and bad movies can be terrible films.
But if you’re one of the people who doesn’t want to watch a bad flick, here are 1,000 steps to getting it out of your system.1.
Pick the right genre2.
Choose the right director3.
Choose a story with a strong plot and a clear ending4.
Get your story right in the script5.
Get the right cast6.
Pick a decent budget7.
Choose your acting style8.
Set a budget9.
Plan your budget10.
Set the production schedule11.
Set your production schedule12.
Pick your director13.
Choose who you want to direct the film14.
Plan how you want the story to be told15.
Set up your casting16.
Make sure you have your story in mind17.
Plan out your shooting schedule18.
Plan the shooting schedule20.
Make your casting decisions21.
Make a budget22.
Plan what you’re going to do when your budget runs out23.
Plan for production24.
Pick what you need for your next movie25.
Pick up your script26.
Find the right crew27.
Make the final cut28.
Cut out the crap29.
Prepare for release30.
Share the movie with your friends31.
Tell everyone what you did on Facebook32.
Tell your friends what you had to say33.
Make friends out of people who don’t have friends34.
Get to know your audience35.
Tell a story36.
Tell people you meet37.
Find out how people are reacting38.
Get out the door39.
Be positive, positive, and positive40.
Be happy, happy, and happy