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The 30 Best Films of the Decade

Super Troopers Say what you’d like about the movies they’ve made since, but don’t spread ill-will toward Broken Lizard’s breakout hit. The first ten minutes of this film might be some of the best scripted comedy in history, let alone the decade. This is one of two most-quotable films on our list, one that forever popularized the mustache ride. It has just as much wackiness as it does earnest human moments, which makes all the difference. 19. The poem and namesake for the film is about a young man leaving his love behind to face the tumult of rebellion and dirt and death. 18. One of a few directorial debuts that made our list, Brick was crafted by Rian Johnson on a shoestring budget with a little-known actor named Joseph Gordon-Levitt leading this tale of high school corruption. 17. It’s hard to make a list of the decade’s best and not include the work of Martin Scorsese, who finally broke into Oscar gold with this 2006 release. 16.

What effing Ian Guy? 15. 14. 13. 12. 11. The 15 Best Miramax Films. Today, the indie world and the film world at large lost a giant in the field, watching Disney close the doors and turn the lights off on Miramax.

The 15 Best Miramax Films

As sad a day like today is, and as uncertain as the future is, we can still hold on to the memories. Most of them are now on Blu-ray. Or at least Laser Disc (because we all own one). Without further tears in our eyes, we’d like to remember Miramax for their 15 Best Films. If you’re like me and Rob Hunter, your rental queue is already full. 15. The Pitch: Even if Rob Hunter doesn’t think Larry Clark’s harsh film about drug and sexual abandon amongst the youth in NYC is well acted, he’s wrong, and the movie is brilliant and challenging. 14. The Pitch: You probably haven’t seen this odd and creepy little flick, but if you have consider yourself one of the lucky few. 13. The Pitch: This film is mostly known for its twist, which is a shame, because the entire film is a thing of beauty. 12. 11. How to control your dreams. 2012 March 12 - The Scale of the Universe Interactive.

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2012 March 12 - The Scale of the Universe Interactive

Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2012 March 12 The Scale of the Universe - Interactive Flash Animation Credit & Copyright: Cary & Michael Huang Explanation: What does the universe look like on small scales? On large scales? Tomorrow's picture: dust before galaxies Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (UMCP)NASA Official: Phillip Newman Specific rights apply.NASA Web Privacy Policy and Important NoticesA service of:ASD at NASA / GSFC& Michigan Tech. Top 100 Tuesday: 100 Best Movies of the Decade.

EmailEmail We are leaving Kubrick behind and fast approaching Hyams.

Top 100 Tuesday: 100 Best Movies of the Decade

If you get that reference, go grab yourself a cookie. It is time for us to reflect back on the decade that was. On January 1st, 2000, Disney released FANTASIA 2000. On Wednesday, December 30th, 2009, THE WHITE RIBBON is set to bow. Quick Year-to-Year by the Numbers: 2009 – 11 2008 – 11 2007 – 7 2006 – 14 2005 – 12 2004 – 8 2003 – 7 2002 – 12 2001 – 10 2000 – 8 100. 99. 98. 97. 96. 95. 94. 93. 92. 91. 90. 89. 88. 87. 86. 85. 84. 83. 82. 81. 28 DAYS LATER… (2002) – Danny Boyle 80. 79. 78. 77. 76. 75. 74. 73. 72. 71. 70. 69. 68. 67. 66. 65. 64. 63. 62. 61. 60. 59. 58. 57. 56. 55. 54. 53. 52. 51. 50. 49. 48. 47. 46. 45. (500) DAYS OF SUMMER (2009) – Marc Webb 44. 43. 42. 41. 40. 25th HOUR (2002) – Spike Lee 39. 38. 37. 36. 35. 34. 33. 32. 31. 30. 29. 28. 27. 26. 25. 24. 23. 22. 21. 20.

WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? 19. 18. “My name is Gladiator.” 17. 16. 15. LOST IN TRANSLATION is one of my favorite films of all time. 14. 13. Best behind-the-scenes photos from classic films. A selection of some of the most awesome Behind-the-scenes shots.Back when set designs were huge and hand made, when special effects where mechanic and photographic and film stars were risking their lives on the set.A self portrait of Stanley Kubrick with his daughter, Jack Nicholson and the crew @ the set of The Shining. on the set of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis — the actress inside the Maria robot taking a breather.

Best behind-the-scenes photos from classic films

The Empire Strikes Back - filming the Crawl. Rebel Without A Cause — James Dean, Natalie Wood and director Nicholas Ray. Sesame Street Requiem for a Dream — Jennifer Connelly strapped into a SnorriCam. The Gate (1987) — Giant special effect set. © Craig Reardon The Birds (1961) — Tippi Hedren with Hitchcock. Rio Bravo — Hawks and Angie Dickinson set of Alien. Ghostbusters. Superman on the set of Mothra (1961) - special effects director Tsuburaya Eiji Dr. The French Connection — The Rig set in Gene Hackman's car before one of the best car-chase scenes in movie history. The Howeling. Pirate.swf. How-To: Easily Remove the Vocals from Most Songs. WebData/FlashFun/flash/thankyou.swf. Amazingcolorwalltrick.gif (500×375) Holophonic Sound. Be sure to listen to any Holophonic recordings with headphones. Notice how the sound doesn’t just jump from ear to ear like traditional stereo recording, but actually circles in front and in back of the head.

How It Works Hugo Zuccarelli, an Argentine who dabbled in various sound experimentations in the 1980s, believed the human auditory system not only hears sound but emits sounds as well. The combination of these heard and emitted sounds form a reference pattern from which the brain can determine the direction a sound is coming from. Zucarella based Holophonic Sound on this theory. Holophonic Sound is based on binaural recording, a technique in which stereo microphones are fixed within a prosthetic head—replete with ears and sinus cavities—to mimic the complex auditory system of the human head.

When played in stereo, Holophonic sound is so realistic and three-dimensional that it can often arouse other senses—smell, taste, and touch—within most people who listen to it. Super Macro Your Cellphone Camera With A DVD Lens. I’ll admit, Super Macro Your Cell Phone Camera With A DVD Lens is one weird title.

Super Macro Your Cellphone Camera With A DVD Lens

However, if you just moved to a blu ray DVD player and you’re looking for some good use for your old DVD, cnflikt (who also took the shots for this tutorial) came up with a hack to enable you to take super macro shots with your cellphone. Of course you’ll need a camera phone for that. cnflikt uses the notorious, yet old-skooled K800i, but any camera phone will work here.

First thing is to get a lens for your camera phone. Make sure your old DVD player is not connected to power. Then take the screws off. Anyhow, if you went against my advice, you’ll find the lens under the place where the disk goes. Ok, I’m only kidding on this one. If you opt for the cardboard option, just make a round hole in the cardboard. Just use some duct tape (as indicated before) to mount your lens directly, use or blue Tack to hold the card mount. WOW. INDUSTORIOUS CLOCK. Stripes.