For today's Storyclock Research Log, we analyzed the greatest film ever made: TWISTER! As usual, we watched the epic masterpiece and used the Storyclock Notebook to visualize its structure in the form of a clock.
It's no secret that I love this movie. I've referenced it in some of our videos, and in multiple tweets and interviews over the years. It's somehow the only movie that my brain will think of when anyone asks me what my favorite movies are, which has been an issue in some meetings:
This is basically how every Hollywood meeting I’ve ever had has played out. pic.twitter.com/0NkYXYmvXO— Seth Worley (@Awakeland3D) May 10, 2016
If you're looking for more of my profound insight into one of humanity's finest cinematic accomplishments, check out the episode of the Defocused podcast appropriately titled, "Do Not Go Quietly Into That Suck Zone".
Analyze the story stuctures of your favorite movies with the Storyclock Notebook! And get your own cool story ideas out of your head alive with the Storyclock Workbook!