Whether you still see “Casper” through a nostalgic lens or can no longer ignore its unsettling undertones, I imagine this would be hard for any ’90s kid to hear. Ricci added that it was just one of those periods in her life where there was a lot going on and it was all shown in the finished film. “Everything is very difficult,” she said Marc Maron. “I’ve always been annoyed, and I just don’t think I tried very hard, to tell you the truth. It’s a shame, I don’t think I tried as much as I should have.”
While many of you may disagree with her, it’s easy to see where Ricci comes from. Whether you’re an actor or a writer, like me, reflecting on your past work can be an embarrassing experience even if it’s a rewarding one. Even a filmmaker like Robert Eggers has trouble revisiting the critically acclaimed horror film “The Witch” in its current form knowing what he can now do to make it perfect. perfect.
Breaking away from a project allows you to see all the ways you could have tweaked your work to make it better, and that could have disintegrated you. But it’s not inherently a bad thing. Reflection lets you see where you think you’ve gone wrong, but it can also show you how far you’ve come as an artist. I shuddered at my initial work, but felt happy to know it got me to this point. As for Ricci, the actress is a core member of the cast of “Yellowjackets,” one of the most talked about shows on television last year.
https://www.slashfilm.com/973157/the-biggest-critic-of-christina-ricci-in-casper-is-christina-ricci-herself-apparently/ Christina Ricci’s biggest critic in Casper is Christina Ricci herself, obviously