kunty-perry:

when will the lies end, kevin?

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fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Danny Elfman scored the film to green screen footage.

Alice In Wonderland (2010)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Danny Elfman scored the film to green screen footage.

Alice In Wonderland (2010)

Whatever happens tomorrow, you must promise me one thing. That you will stay who you are, not a perfect soldier, but a good man.

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gameraboy:

Adding animals to the Jungle Cruise

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super-dingo95 asked:

Do you think it is acceptable to compare similar movies in a critique or does that just create sort of a biased opinion?

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I think it more appropriately places a gauge. If you say “I like this movie because of x, y and z” that’s alright, but I find it helpful sometimes to use similar movies to phrase things like “Like other [genre] movies such as [example movies a - c], this film excels in x, y and z.”
By providing those example movies you’re pairing that movie with them, which could serve you for better or worse depending on your selections. If you say pick Galaxy Quest and Star Wars while describing Guardians of the Galaxy, that could be well and fine for most, but maybe somebody hearing/reading this opinion absolutely hated Galaxy Quest and that comparison will make them question whether they’ll now enjoy Guardians for that very reason. By citing other works, you’re able to show you have a grasp beyond simply the single film being viewed. You have a basis for why you like or dislike something.

tl;dr: Yes, it’s acceptable.

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samandersonisnotmyfriend asked:

Do you have any plans to make other "What If" videos after you do Episode III? I'd really like to see your version of the Matrix sequels or the Godfather Part III.

A

That’s the plan, yes.
In regards to what I’ll be tackling next, I’ve got a few ideas.
I’m presently a little scared of Reloaded and Revolutions based on how tricky Attack and Revenge have been, but I wouldn’t rule that out; perhaps doing them as a single video would be cleaner… but who knows…
*quietly recedes into the shadows*

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emington9 asked:

Hi Beardy!

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Hi emington9!

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dreamsintosound asked:

Hi, sorry if this question has been asked already or if you haven't even considered it because it's way way incredibly in the future but have you considered doing a movie recap for 2014? I've just finished re-watching the first one and it's really cool being able to see your thoughts on films that might not get their own stand-alone episode. I'm not sure if you wanted to make it an annual thing or how much preparation/work but it'd be really fun and interesting to watch another one :)

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It’s definitely something I’ve tried to do every year, but time is not always on my side. It’s additionally tough because Hollywood is really good at backloading their movies, so starting in as early October Oscar-potentials start hitting the scene sometimes two or three a week making it difficult to catch everything and still put out a list in a timely manner. As it stands I’ve only done 2010 and 2012, but if I do one now, it seems I’m at least committing to doing one every 2 years, huh?

Snowpiercer Concept Art to Film

Know your place. Accept your place. Be a shoe.

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favorite period dramas and biopics: Gladiator (2000)

The general who became a slave. The slave who became a gladiator. The gladiator who defied an emperor. Striking story! But now, the people want to know how the story ends. Only a famous death will do. And what could be more glorious than to challenge the Emperor himself in the great arena?

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alwaysstarwars:

Ralph McQuarrie art - Dagobah

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seraphica:

Harry Potter Tribute Exhibition [x]

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