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15 Insane Theories About Movies And Television That Will Blow Your Mind

15 Insane Theories About Movies And Television That Will Blow Your Mind
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Sounds of Aronofsky Je suis sur que 99% d’entre vous avez déjà vu au moins un film de Darren Aronofsky ( Black Swan, The Wrestler, Requiem For A Dream). Et comme vous le savez dans ces films, la part des univers sont très importants. On rentre littéralement dans ses films et la bande son y est pour beaucoup. La bande son c’est ce qui va vous immerger, vous dégoûter, vous captiver et vous faire prendre conscience que les images seules ne rendent finalement pas grand chose. Le réalisateur kogonada à créé une très courte vidéo (moins d’une minute) mais durant ce lapse de temps, vous allez passer par différents états mentale. Et cela rien qu’avec le son. Je n’ai qu’une chose à dire. Sick Beard - Internet PVR for your TV Shows How Much Money You Need To Realistically Recreate The Scrooge McDuck 'Gold Coin Swim' After executing smart mortgage derivatives and diversifying high yield stocks, cash should start flowing freely, leaving the smart investor with even more questions, like “how do I protect my municipal bonds?” and, “should I invest in a C-Share or blend fund?” and, “how much money do I need to create giant floes of gold in a private vault and dive into it like Scrooge McDuck?” In most money circles (insider tip: “money circles” is a term used by only the most elite investors), wealth is measured exclusively by how closely one can recreate this famed animation. It has come to represent success in America and anything less than doing the backstroke amongst a sea of Earth’s rarest metal should be considered an abject failure. Looking at some of the best pictorial evidence of the McDuck vault, it is evident that this large pile of gold on the left appears to be five feet tall. When the area under the curve is calculated (from x=-3 to x=5), it yields roughly 46 square inches.

The 20 Best Lesser-known Movies from 2010 - a list by napierslogs CouchPotato Google Le détail des revenus de Star Wars sur un graphique en Faucon Millénium Vous connaissiez le graphique en barre, en baton ou en camembert, voici le graphique en Faucon Millénium. L'occasion de constater - une fois encore - que Star Wars est un succès intergalactique. Depuis la sortie du premier film dans les salles obscures, le 25 mai 1977, la saga de Georges Lucas a rapporté 33 milliards de dollars, soit plus de 26 milliards d'euros. Plus que six films, Star Wars c’est aussi des lego, des livres, des DVD, des jeux vidéo … Bref un nombre incroyable de produits dérivés. Mais le personnage le plus populaire de la saga n’est pas le jeune Luke. [Wired]

Evolution of movies We know that movies have changed over the decades. We've seen it in declining ratings and box office hits versus Oscar winners. However, these are changes that come along with movies rather than the movies themselves. Cornell University psychologist James Cutting looked closer at the construction of movies over the years, such as shot length, amount of motion, and use of light. The charts above show a decrease in shot length (smaller sample of movies on the left and larger sample in the top right). The average shot length of English language films has declined from about 12 seconds in 1930 to about 2.5 seconds today, Cutting said. The decrease isn't quite as linear as the smaller sample shows, as you can see in the larger one.

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