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    you misspelled CGI


    yeah it needs some polish. there was a screening a week or so ago and a number of scenes had yet to be completed so im sure its still gestating in post production

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    Quote Originally Posted by unit300021 View Post
    So I can't be the only one to think that the it looks pretty bad right?
    Do you mean effects-wise, or story-wise? Because there isn't really that much to go on here, besides the fact that it looks like a perfectly fine disaster movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein View Post
    Do you mean effects-wise, or story-wise? Because there isn't really that much to go on here, besides the fact that it looks like a perfectly fine disaster movie.
    Story wise. I guess I was just expecting more out of this Godzilla and it just looks like a Godzilla movie. Stupid statement I know but that is just the best I can come up with at the moment. Maybe another trailer or two will change my mind but from that particular one I have no interest in the film, at least not seeing it in theaters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unit300021 View Post
    Story wise. I guess I was just expecting more out of this Godzilla and it just looks like a Godzilla movie. Stupid statement I know but that is just the best I can come up with at the moment. Maybe another trailer or two will change my mind but from that particular one I have no interest in the film, at least not seeing it in theaters.
    Whaaaaa!?

    The Bikini Atoll scene and the awaking, and hints at other kaiju? This could be one of the best Godzilla movies.

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    Turns out that site was right. Blue is the Warmest Color is now up on Netflix Instant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schoolofruckus View Post
    People of Los Angeles* - if you didn't see Miguel Gomes' Tabu at AFI Fest or at one of the Laemmles in the past week, get down to the Royal tonight and catch it before it leaves town. It's a masterfully structured, joyously shape-shifting (though neither of those terms may seem immediately appropriate) little film from Portugal that begins with a woman settling into the dull repetition of retirement, and then explodes into a thrillingly sensuous journey through the early years of a friend's life that seemed nowhere near this remarkable to begin with. This one goes right into the top five of my 2012 films.
    Finally watched this tonight. Absolutely spectacular.
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    It looks like so far they're doing a really good job of giving Godzilla the God-like status that he attained in the Japanese movies. The reason that the 98 movie sucked so bad was because Godzilla, the creature that was supposed to threaten all of humanity, was taken down by a couple of missiles that would have felt like mosquito bites to the real Godzilla.

    Also, Matthew Broderick sucked major dick in the last Godzilla. Walter White will be epic.

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    If she doesn't win the Oscar, there is no god.
    Guess she's not winning an Oscar, then.


    Bmack, Prisoners was great. Thanks for the recommendation. Glad Lee Daniels and Oprah were kept away!!

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    I watched National Treasure for the first time tonight. It truly is its namesake.
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    KPCC has a brief, really interesting story on the bankruptcies and financial shortfalls impacting visual effects houses in California. Had no idea it was this difficult for many of them.


    Winning an Oscar in bankruptcy: Rhythm and Hues and the visual effects biz one year later
    Brian Watt, Business and Economics Reporter, KPCC, SCPR

    At the Academy Awards show in 2013, the Oscar for achievement in visual effects sparked a bit of controversy. In accepting the statue, visual effects supervisor Bill Westenhofer tried to tell the world his company had declared bankruptcy just two weeks earlier.

    “Finally, I want to thank all the artists who worked on this film for over a year, including Rhythm and Hues,” Westenhofer said as the orchestra loudly played theme music from "Jaws" over him. “Sadly, Rhythm and Hues is suffering severe financial difficulties right now. I urge you all to remember…”

    Then Westenhofer's microphone was cut off.

    El Segundo-based Rhythm and Hues had been doing visual effects since 1987 and employed more than 700 people. But just before filing for bankruptcy, the company laid off more than 250 people in a matter of hours. At that time Christina Lee Storm was running the lighting department.

    "Because the studio’s a family, you’re telling some of your family, you have to leave," Storm told KPCC.

    As employees started to pack up, Storm and a colleague began filming the sad occasion. They produced a short documentary called “Life After Pi” and released it this week online. It points out that in the last 10 years, 21 visual effects companies have closed or filed for bankruptcy.

    "We sort of found ourselves at ground zero of yet another visual effects company going under," said Rhythm and Hues art director Scott Leberecht, who directed the documentary. "I felt like we had an opportunity to try and understand."

    In the documentary, artists explain that despite being a key part of a film like Life of Pi, companies like Rhythm and Hues almost never get to share in the box office take. Rather, they receive a set amount for producing a certain number of shots. That approach might work for a contractor building a house with blueprints, but visual effects specialist Dave Rand said it doesn’t for a film whose script and vision are constantly evolving.

    "When you’re creating those huge fluid dynamic simulations like we did on ‘Life of Pi’, and they want to change this wave from going that way to this way, or make the rain go completely differently, that’s a lot of simulation time just to make the change," said Rand in the documentary. "Then it finally gets shown to the client who says, 'Why’s it even raining in this shot? It’s not supposed to be raining in this shot.'"

    Asking for extra money because of the time it took to make the changes is tricky for the visual effects firm — partly because a competing firm is usually waiting in the wings, ready to take over.

    "You’ve got just too many people out there who can do this work," said Ed Ulbrich. "It’s become commoditized."

    Ulbrich is the former CEO of Digital Domain, a visual effects firm that director James Cameron helped start in 1993. It went bankrupt in 2012 and was then bought by two companies — one from China, one from India, and subsequently acquired last summer by a Hong Kong-based firm.

    "We’ve become manufacturing, and it’s very tough place to be," Ulbrich said.

    And like in manufacturing, a lot of visual effects production has moved off shore to India and Asia, where the labor is cheaper. Or to places like Canada and the UK, where governments are offering studios generous tax incentives to make movies. Ulbrich said the visual effects industry is really just fighting capitalism.

    "If I can get goods for substantially cheaper at the same quality someplace else because a foreign government is going to kick in some money, I’m shopping there," said Ulbrich. "I get that. At the same time, it’s killing our industry in the U.S. — specifically in California."

    Now some visual effects artists are looking to fight back. A group known as the Association of Digital Artists, Professionals and Technicians (ADAPT) intends to head to the U.S. court of international trade to challenge foreign governments over the film subsidies they provide. Its argument is that “visual effects shots” imported from other countries where subsidies exist undercut the industry here and therefore should be subject to tariffs.

    One thing is clear to many visual effects professionals, including former Rhythm and Hues employee and "Life After Pi" producer Christina Lee Storm: the current business model is broken.

    "I worked, really, ready hard, I won an award, but I still am not sustainable,” said Storm.

    "Life After Pi" is the first chapter of a longer documentary called “Hollywood Ending” that delves into the larger, complex challenges facing the U.S. film industry, according to the project's web site.

    For its part, Rhythm and Hues was purchased at a bankruptcy auction by an affiliate of Prana Studios. The company currently employs 300 people in Los Angeles, as well as Vancouver and India. It recently completed visual effects work on "Winter's Tale," "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past."

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    Here are my predictions for tonight:

    Picture: 12 Years A Slave
    Actor: Matthew McConaughey (really close between MM and Leo)
    Actress: Cate Blanchett
    Supporting Actor: Jared Leto
    Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong'o
    Director: Alfonso Cuaron
    Adapted Screenplay: The Wolf of Wall Street
    Original Screenplay: Her

    I didn't like American Hustle so I'm not giving it any love. They can take the Costume Design category.
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    Oh, alright, I'll play along. My predictions ("will win", not "should win")

    Picture: 12 Years A Slave
    Actor: Matthew McConaughey
    Actress: Cate Blanchett
    Supporting Actor: Jared Leto
    Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong'o
    Director: Alfonso Cuaron
    Adapted Screenplay: Before Midnight
    Original Screenplay: Her
    Animated Feature: Frozen
    Foreign Language Film: The Great Beauty (Italy)
    Documentary Feature: 20 Feet From Stardom


    BTW, Alain Resnais died yesterday at age 91. The only film of his I know is Hiroshima, Mon Amour, but I adore it.

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    For me...

    Picture: 12 Years A Slave
    Actor: Matthew McConaughey
    Actress: Amy Adams
    Supporting Actor: Jared Leto
    Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong'o
    Director: Steve McQueen
    Adapted Screenplay: 12 Years a Slave
    Original Screenplay: Her
    Animated Feature: Frozen
    Visual Effects: Gravity
    Original Score: Her
    Costume Design: American Hustle

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    For me . . .

    Picture: Gravity
    Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio
    Actress: Cate Blanchett
    Supporting Actor: Jared Leto
    Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong'o
    Director: Steve McQueen
    Adapted Screenplay: Before Midnight
    Original Screenplay: Her
    Animated Feature: Frozen
    Visual Effects: Gravity
    Original Score: Her
    Original Song: Happy
    Costume Design: The Great Gatsby
    Cinematography: Inside Llewyn Davis

    Oh, and make-up has got to go to Bad Grandpa!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by icedKeg View Post
    Here are my predictions for tonight:

    Picture: 12 Years A Slave
    Actor: Matthew McConaughey (really close between MM and Leo)
    Actress: Cate Blanchett
    Supporting Actor: Jared Leto
    Supporting Actress: Lupita Nyong'o
    Director: Alfonso Cuaron
    Adapted Screenplay: The Wolf of Wall Street
    Original Screenplay: Her

    I didn't like American Hustle so I'm not giving it any love. They can take the Costume Design category.
    Nailed it!

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    Not quite, 12 Yrs A Slave won best adapted screenplay.

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    Turns out that site was right. Blue is the Warmest Color is now up on Netflix Instant.
    Watched this last night, I thought it was excellent. It's hard to find a review without mentioning the NC-17ness of it all, and sure that's there but it's really just a beautiful film overall. The running time is long enough where the sex scenes don't completely dominate the whole thing.
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    So, I guess Michael Bay is going to produce a remake of The Birds.

    Diederik Van Rooijen will direct, Naomi Watts to star...per reports.
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    Michael bay is involved only by way of the production company he runs (that seems to exist only to remake horror movies) being behind it. This story isn't really worth mentioning his name.
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    Laurence Anyways is one of the best films that came out last year. I just saw it this past weekend and was fucking FLOORED that a 24 year old kid could make a 160-minute film with such deep and complex feeling, while also being impeccably stylish and occasionally humorous. The transgender subject is an easy hook, and Dolan's portrait of transition is beautiful and sensitive, but aside from that, it's simply one of the most moving relationships I've ever seen on film. This film actually shares a great deal of structural similarity with Blue Is the Warmest Color, but with a more penetrating point-of-view and far more devastating emotional stakes. It was the first time in over a year that I considered the notion of Upstream Color not topping my Best of 2013 list, although ultimately Laurence Anyways will land at #2.
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    Nice, I've been wanting to watch that. ^

    Question to all - is it really all that blasphemous to watch the English dubbed versions of Miyazaki's films? I watched Princess Mononoke earlier, along with My Neighbor Totoro it's the second of his that I've seen, and both times I watched the dubbed versions. It's been really wonderful getting lost in the imagery of both of those films, and I feel like if I'm reading subtitles the entire time it'll take away from that.
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    I mean if there ever were films to watch a dub for its those. Disney does an exceptional job releasing them in the US and recording the dubs. I usually try to watch new ones of his and/or Ghibli films in the original format first and then I'll be fine with the dubs in the future for the reasons you state.

    But if you seek out other anime in the future... know that most english dubs are notoriously awful outside of that whole circle. Laughably so.

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    I love the OG 90s dub for Totoro... the new one sucks. I need that nostalgia

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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    Nice, I've been wanting to watch that. ^

    Question to all - is it really all that blasphemous to watch the English dubbed versions of Miyazaki's films? I watched Princess Mononoke earlier, along with My Neighbor Totoro it's the second of his that I've seen, and both times I watched the dubbed versions. It's been really wonderful getting lost in the imagery of both of those films, and I feel like if I'm reading subtitles the entire time it'll take away from that.
    I would actually recommend watching the dubbed versions first, for the very reason you mentioned. You can enjoy the original language tracks when you are more familiar with the films.

    The biggest problem with dubs most of the time is that they are re-written terribly. A lot of work has gone into re-writing the Ghibli films for English. Neil Gaiman actually wrote the English version of Mononoke.

    I have preferred dubs to the original Japanese tracks in the past too. I love the English language version of Cowboy Bebop for instance. I don't mind the dubs for Gurren Lagaan at all either.
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    The one I thought had the biggest difference of Ghibli between the dub and the subtitles was Spirited Away. Most of the others I enjoyed the dub just as much, but Spirited Away's really cut out some of the odd formalism and dread that permeated the Japanese version. I found the subtitled version much more engaging and powerful.
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    Thanks for the tips guys!
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    Nymphomaniac (part 1) is available On Demand now. I bought it for $9.99. Lots of sex and comparisons of seeking sex to fly fishing (?!). Also, a secret club of teenage girls whose mission is to sleep with as many men as possible, as part of Joe's story of her life to the man who found her beaten up on the street. I am not sure how I feel about it yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by schoolofruckus View Post
    Laurence Anyways is one of the best films that came out last year. I just saw it this past weekend and was fucking FLOORED that a 24 year old kid could make a 160-minute film with such deep and complex feeling, while also being impeccably stylish and occasionally humorous. The transgender subject is an easy hook, and Dolan's portrait of transition is beautiful and sensitive, but aside from that, it's simply one of the most moving relationships I've ever seen on film. This film actually shares a great deal of structural similarity with Blue Is the Warmest Color, but with a more penetrating point-of-view and far more devastating emotional stakes. It was the first time in over a year that I considered the notion of Upstream Color not topping my Best of 2013 list, although ultimately Laurence Anyways will land at #2.
    Yes, I definitely agree with this. I watched that a few weeks ago and came away very impressed. There were a few times the film descended into histrionics in order to advance the plot, but they were minor enough not to derail the whole film. When are we going to see your list, man?
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    Darby O'Gill and the Little People is the ultimate St. Patrick's Day movie.
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    A staple of my childhood.
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