Posts tagged "Film"
Sylvester Stallone filming motion capture scenes for a new boxing game gets a playful punch from Robert DeNiro

Sylvester Stallone filming motion capture scenes for a new boxing game gets a playful punch from Robert DeNiro


Mildred: Hey Johnny, what are you rebelling against?

Johnny: Whadda you got?

Love it! 

"Artist and photographer Richard Mosse reveals the stories behind the making of his latest film, ‘The Enclave’ (2013), in the Democratic Republic of Congo, which will be shown in the Irish Pavilion at this year’s 55th Venice Biennale.

Mosse leads you through his process of rethinking war photography while infiltrating armed rebel groups in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, in a visually stunning film shot with Kodak’s 16mm color infrared Aerochrome, originally designed for camouflage detection.”

Humanitarian crisis in the Congo shot on colour infrared photography, which gives the whole film an arresting pink hue.

Hopkins as Hitchcock. This looks absolutely fantastic. 

Nabokov moment in Manhattan

  • Mary: "... It's one of those little magazines. I'm mean, they're such schmucks up there, really mired in thirties radicalism. What do you do, Tracy?"
  • Tracy: "I go to high school."
  • Mary: "Oh really..." [aside] "Somewhere Nabokov is smiling, if you know what I mean."
Kind of an uncanny, poignant thing to say. 

Kind of an uncanny, poignant thing to say. 

Ghostbusters IMDB description = amazing

"Three unemployed parapsychology professors set up shop as a unique ghost removal service."

This is all IMDB offers by way of description for Ghostbusters, one single, short sentence, and it still sounds amazing. 

#Bill mothafuckin Murray

For the horror movie fans, the top 15 Final Destination Death Scenes. This is kind of terrifying, actually. 

By the 10th, it’s hard to keep watching. 

It’s a Woody Allen kind of evening. Popcorn, glass of pinot noir, and Manhattan.

It’s a Woody Allen kind of evening. Popcorn, glass of pinot noir, and Manhattan.

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