Tag: films

Sep 13, 2014

Without Music, the Final Scene in Star Wars is Kind of Awkward

Without Music, the Final Scene in Star Wars is Kind of Awkward

From the people who brought you the unforgettable Bane Outtakes, here’s the classic Throne Room/Final scene from Star Wars IV: A New Hope without the grandiose score by John Williams and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra.

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Aug 18, 2014

If Michael Bay Directed ‘Up’ This is What It Would Look Like

If Michael Bay Directed ‘Up’ This is What It Would Look Like

There will be explosions. Bonus: Michael Bay Titanic Gif

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Aug 12, 2014

40 Rare Audition Tapes of Famous Celebrities

40 Rare Audition Tapes of Famous Celebrities

Some great audition clips of well-known actors, many before they were famous or had landed their ‘breakout’ role. Ignore the video’s title as a handful of the actors were quite well-known before the particular audition shown. Some of the clips included are also of actors that many might not consider ‘famous’. As for rarity…

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Jun 13, 2014

How a Mom Came to Own Her Son’s Motorcycle

How a Mom Came to Own Her Son’s Motorcycle

My Mom’s Motorcycle is a brilliant short film by Douglas Gautraud about family, life and finding yourself. The video is Gautraud’s submission to the My Rode Reel short film competition. You can vote for him here. Music “A Time To Run” by Dexter Britain “The Grave” and “Untitled” by Chris Wallbrech

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May 16, 2014

Best. Street Performer. Ever.

Best. Street Performer. Ever.

It doesn’t get much better than this. If you’re ever in Ann Arbor, Michigan, you might just run into this guy and his custom-built transformer costume. According to the Detroit Free Press the man behind the costume is 28-year-old Joslyn Paige who says he made the suit himself in about five weeks at a…

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May 14, 2014

The Evolution of Visual Effects (1878 – 2014)

The Evolution of Visual Effects (1878 – 2014)

Video editor Jim Casey compiled this fantastic homage to visual effects in this amazing 3 minute montage. The chronological showcase captures defining moments in visual effects history starting from 1878. The progression is fascinating to see and it’s exciting to think what lies ahead. For those curious, the music is “Liberi Fatali” from Final…

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Feb 10, 2014

Father and Son Watch Superman’s First Flight in Man of Steel. Awesomeness Ensues

Father and Son Watch Superman’s First Flight in Man of Steel. Awesomeness Ensues

A father watches Superman’s first flight sequence in Man of Steel with his 16-month-old son. You can see the look of wonder and astonishment in the young boy’s eyes. A fan is born and an imagination is sparked.

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Jan 20, 2014

A Classic Scene from Fight Club with Tyler Durden Digitally Removed

A Classic Scene from Fight Club with Tyler Durden Digitally Removed

Using Adobe After Effects, editor Richard Trammell reimagined this classic Fight Club scene with Tyler Durden digitally removed. Unless you’re familiar with the film it will not be that interesting. If you haven’t seen the flick, now would be a great time! The film, realeased in 1999, stars Edward Norton as the unnamed protagonist…

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