by Ginnungagap Filmwerks

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Nice doco-style ad directed by Glen Milner for Steinway & Sons

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Watching From Dusk Til Dawn on Netflix and was feeling pretty iffy until the bar scene. And then — holy smokes! — it’s hilarious. Clooney’s first starring role?? Check. Harvey Keitel? Check. Vampires?? Check. Salma Hayek?? Double check.
Also notable is the use of mostly practical effects.  So the exploding corpses aren’t CGI — a vestige of solid movie craft!

Watching From Dusk Til Dawn on Netflix and was feeling pretty iffy until the bar scene. And then — holy smokes! — it’s hilarious. Clooney’s first starring role?? Check. Harvey Keitel? Check. Vampires?? Check. Salma Hayek?? Double check.

Also notable is the use of mostly practical effects. So the exploding corpses aren’t CGI — a vestige of solid movie craft!

Wow. Perfect execution of a oner.

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fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Roddy Piper, being a married man at the time of filming, refused to take his wedding band off. That’s why in several scenes you can see a wedding ring on.
They Live (1988)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

Roddy Piper, being a married man at the time of filming, refused to take his wedding band off. That’s why in several scenes you can see a wedding ring on.

They Live (1988)

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Johnny Walker with an ad reminiscent of Jean-Luc Godard’s Bande a part (1964).

Similar to the venerable Dollar Shave Club ad, right down to the beat-drop sign off.

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I hadn’t seen or thought of this before, but I’m not terribly surprised. Last night I watched Marty (1955) and realized that Woody Allen likely borrowed its long date sequence for Manhattan (1979).

What makes something original? This notion that art is derivative, and the extent of its prevalence, has only begun to sink in for me in the last couple of years.

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Cobbler is catching on.

Cobbler is catching on.

(Source: ladypartsmag)

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I remembered this line today and laughed out loud to a few concerned-looking train passengers. Which is weird because it’s NY and random crazy laughs are the norm.

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