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Martin Brest

 

Director / Producer / Screenwriter
1951 -
Born August 8, The Bronx, New York, New York, USA
Key Genres: Comedy, Crime, Drama  TSPDT Rating: 5
Key Collaborators: Angelo Graham (Production Designer), John Ashton (Leading Player), Bo Goldman (Screenwriter), Donald Thorin (Cinematographer), Billy Weber (Editor), Michael Tronick (Editor), Thomas Newman (Composer)
Worth a Look: Beverly Hills Cop (1984), Midnight Run (1988) 
Approach with Caution: Going in Style (1979), Meet Joe Black (1998) 
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1,000 Greatest Films: Midnight Run (1988) 
 
 
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"A film is a petrified fountain of thought." - Jean Cocteau   "If it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed." - Stanley Kubrick