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We’re all in that humanistic mode of evaluating our lives – coming up on the end of the year and the last time a zero will be the third digit on our calendars. We’re all (from Variety to Cat Fancy ) also waxing expert on what films were the best of the best of the best of the past ten years. Which is why there is an unnavigable sea of opinion polluting the internet right now.
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Lenny Bruce may have set the stage, but nobody brought it quite as raw as Richard Pryor did.
AWWW , LOL , OMG , Pop Culture , Video , WTF — By Dave on 2010/12/27 3:38 AM It’s that time of the year again, time to look back at what made us laugh and which videos were shared the most in 2010. All the relevant websites already made their lists of best viral videos of 2010. , but being a self-proclaimed expert in the viral video field, I thought there is nothing wrong with making one of my own, just because.
"We'll just fix that in post!" has always been the rallying cry for filmmakers in the middle of a troubled production. Unfortunately, sometimes things have a nasty habit of actually getting broken in post-production, usually thanks to studio interference.
Rather than simply rattling off a bunch of "extreme" films (don't get me wrong-- those lists fascinate me too) I'm trying to provide a bit more context for some of the more notorious, or otherwise dark and troubling films out there. This list reflects my reactions to these types of movies as I try to make sense of the entire film-watching experience.
This trailer is the first glimpse of One Day on Earth , an ambitious motion picture shot by thousands of filmmakers in every country in the world on a single day: October 10, 2010.
When people look back on the early years of the new millennium they'll remember it for movies like The Dark Knight and Lord of the Rings .
Have you ever missed your favorite television show one week and wanted to watch it before the next week’s new episode aired so that you wouldn’t be completely lost (Fans of “24” and “Lost” can certainly relate to this). Have you parked yourself in front of your television to watch a football, basketball, or soccer match only to realize that the game isn’t playing in your market? Have you ever wanted to watch foreign newscasts only to realize that your cable or satellite provider doesn’t provide the coverage you want?
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Last summer was a good (not great) movie season. Granted, there were some notorious duds with Robin Hood , Jonah Hex , Avatar: The Last Whatever-It’s-Called , the one where Jake Gyllenhaal talked real funny and had his shirt off a lot, and many, many others.
Most films are pretty linear and easy to follow in their story telling. Others are muddled, but make sense when you think about them — like Memento. But some, some are designed to bewilder, obfuscate, and confuse.
We all love short animated films , but creating short film is very hard task. Putting whole story in 5 to 10 minutes is not easy. Can you imagine?