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Crossroads | 2002 | dir. Tamra Davis
Justin Timberlake chips his tooth on a golf ball.
Chris Kirkpatrick: You have to use the club, Justin.
Justin: I thought it was like soccer, you just can’t use your hands.
Chris: No— what?
Justin: I think I’m bleeding.
GAME OF THRONES COUNTDOWN!
At Buca di Beppo with mom and sister. They’re having veal parmigiana. Controversial dish, veal… #hannibal #wontdoamorespoileryjoke
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8 ‘Mystery Science Theater 3000′ Episodes You Need To Memorize On Netflix Instant -
Before “Mystery Science Theater 3000” returns, watch these eight episodes on Netflix.
A good list for the most part (besides my ongoing complaint that most of the episodes are improperly cropped at the bottom)… but, wow, the choices for “lines you’ll never stop quoting” kind of suck.
"If you hit a Rowsdower, you get to keep it?" Not, say, "I wonder if there’s beer on the sun," or "Help me, oh Saint Larry Csonka?"
"I’m sorry I called you fat" over "I just feel like you’re not ready for some football?"
"It’s called evil, kid" is decent (though without the setup line of "Trumpy, you can do MAGIC things!" it’s kind of mild), but nowhere close to "Chief? MCCLOUD!"
"I tried to weld mine," but not "Fluffy! Bad dog!"
And “your voice will change inexplicably every 7 years or so” (a line that has so very few applicable situations) over “This is obsolutely fahsinating.”
it is my greatest wish to time travel to the future and watch historically inaccurate period dramas about the early 2000s
Volume XXX Titles -
The episodes in the next volume of episodes from Shout! Factory are:
113- The Black Scorpion
519- Outlaw (Of Gor)
901-The Projected Man
1010- It Lives By Night
Invite Lembach back into your home.
(And don’t let It drink so much coffee.)
The Dissolve: Or even scenes with no lines, like that scene in The Wolf Of Wall Street where Leonardo DiCaprio is crawling to his car and the camera just holds on him for a long time.
Schoonmaker: That’s right, and you know, I as an editor was concerned when I saw the dailies of that, because I said to Marty, “Did you even do any coverage of him?” And he said, “Oh no no no. The humor is in the body language, in the wide shot. That’s my favorite shot in the movie, and I do not intend to shoot any coverage on it. It will hold, and it will work.” And I was worried about it, frankly, but boy, the first time we screened it, people were roaring, all the way through, and he was absolutely right. It is the body language. Even the funny thing where he can’t open the door except with his foot, and when he does open the door with his foot it pulls his whole body up and he has to extricate himself.
Thelma Schoonmaker, talks about cutting The Wolf Of Wall Street and her long collaboration with Martin Scorsese. [Read more…]
Too ridiculously awesome.
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