4 thoughts on “Max Havoc Blows Chunks

  1. Anonymous

    What’s up with the Evan Cohen comment? Is it real – did you respond? Inquiring minds want to know!

  2. Anonymous

    JUNK ASS WORTHLESS WANNABE MOVIE. GEDCA SHOULD & THE GOVERNOR OF GUAM COULD HAVE USED THE GARAUNTY LOAN FOR OUR ISLANDS SCHOOLS OR INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES.

  3. Anonymous

    HEY THAT’S THE GOV’T OF GUAM FOR YA. WASTED FUNDS & WASTE OF TIME IS ALL THE GOVERNOR & GEDCA AGENCY OF GUAM GOT. THEN AGAIN, THEY NEVER USE THEIR BRAINS AS THEY’RE SO FAST TO TRY & GET SOMETHING THAT’S NEVER WORTH THE MONEY. GEE I WONDER WHAT THE GOVERNOR WOULD HAVE DONE IF IT WAS HIS PERSONAL MONEY BEING USED AS A LOAN GUARANTY. MAYBE JUST MAYBE HE MIGHT THEN USE CAREFUL JUDGEMENT. THEN AGAIN, THE GOVERNOR OF GUAM DOESN’T REALLY CARE BECAUSE HE GOT TO LOOK AT CARMEN ELECTRA’S TITS.

  4. Anonymous

    While I totally feel for Ralph Coon’s unfortunate job experience working on Max Havoc, I want to add a different perspective about director Albert Pyun. He didn’t get paid either. I have worked for him and know many others who have worked for him on several projects over the years. If he was like Coon says, how could he get the same people to work for him for a dozen or more films? How could he get bonded? Did it ever occur to Coon that the missing sound problem might have generated from the sound guy? Or that Pyun’s apparent lack of concern later was not from disinterest but having already determining how to solve the problem? Or… from an attempt to keep his greater concerns away from the crew? Maybe his comment to Coon and the others – who were already not listening – was not self-aggrandizing, but instead was an attempt to inject humor into a bad situation? Coon’s assumptions about Pyun are from pure ignorance. Pyun has never taken meals with the crew not because he’s dissing the crew, but because he does not eat – he works through breaks. He has NEVER socialized with the crew, not because he thinks less of them but because he is extremely shy.
    I wish Coon knew how bad he makes himself look when he tears apart a person’s appearance.

    It’s legitimate to be angry and take action about not getting paid, but Coon’s account shows how negatively he read the situation from day one and I don’t think that’s because he’s psychic. His career in film is destined to be short-lived unless he learns to make the best of bad situations because independent film production is a succession of solving problems and overcoming bad situations. Coon could stand to develop some generosity of spirit toward people he knows nothing about. I hope he’s young and still has time to turn-it-around because his bad attitude in this career will follow him to his next one.

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