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#277 - maystorm
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(05/04/2013) [-]
good
good
#273 - jjoorriissjjuuhh
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(05/04/2013) [-]
hehe
#223 - jizzonmypants
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wich of the batman soundtracks is op referring anyone knows?
#247 to #223 - matterhornnn
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Is that a ******* bald L? I lost it.
#149 - ChronoBoost
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In "Law Abiding Citizen", Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler were supposed to play eachother's roles, but the two decided to swap. I can imagine the ********* if Clyde Shelton was black considering the things he does in the movie.
#130 - galgawine
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Christopher Lee is the only one to have met J.R.R. Tolkien because hes ******* 92 years old and awesome like that
#128 - vodwick
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Jennifer Lawrence is great at surviving even off the screen shes all about knocking the enemies out
"ARE YOU ******* SORRY PEETA"
#87 - opieman
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the joker music one is wrong. It's actually an electric cello
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dark_Knight_(soundtrack) (second paragraph of composition)
#97 to #87 - fortminorj
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"inspired by"
#98 to #97 - fortminorj
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it doesn't say they used a razor blade
#16 - heafi
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He sued and they still had to pay him for the sequels though. While it's OK to recast a role, you can't imitate the likeness of an actor (meaning the prosthetics) without paying him.
#276 - cadencee
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#258 - demha
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHBBoQYrUjw
razor blade like sound at 0:00-1:10, also at several part, this theme music bit strange indeed
#255 - greasynutsack
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#226 - pulluspardus
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but GPS was in development since 1950's, and was used in the 80's , it wasn't commercially used until recently.
#212 - ivoryhammer
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Actually if you really notice, different genres of movies and TV shows are color coded.
#219 to #212 - zenkon
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most of them have it, not because each movie or Tv series need a color, it's because the scene if it's morning is yellow, if it's night then is blue, if it's the twilight hour is orange or red, and if is mid-day then is white, that depend on the feeling of the scene and because if they don't do it, it will look like a simple home camera and will have to much light or need more light...
#183 - sinonyx ONLINE
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the strange music in the dark knight during a joker scene was not inspired by the sound a razor makes on a piano wire

it was made to cause tension in the person that hears it. there's two notes, one its constant, and the other gradually gets higher pitched.. there's no relief from it while the joker is around
#187 to #183 - anon
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sure, that's what was literally being played, but who's to say it wasn't_ inspired_ by it
#208 to #183 - anon
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Right, it keeps getting higher, like a razor going across a piano wire...it's inspired by it, not what they recorded.
#221 to #208 - sinonyx ONLINE
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you realize that a razor would sound extremely scratchy and erratic if moved across a piano wire, right?
#133 - plaidparadise
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(05/04/2013) [-]
Is the Lou Ferrigno one true? :o
#144 to #133 - azraelthemage
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(05/04/2013) [-]
Yes. He was even given a cameo in both Hulk films.
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#104 to #96 - EnergizierAnon ONLINE
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i didn't notice it was slightly tinted green. maybe i was to busy watching them punch each other though.
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#93 - theroflcer
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(05/04/2013) [-]
Wasn't Jarvis Iron-man's butler in the original Marval comics?
#94 to #93 - anon
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yes
#90 - cinematicbrix
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(05/04/2013) [-]
I knew almost all of these, but the BTTF fact was seriously astonishing.
I knew almost all of these, but the BTTF fact was seriously astonishing.
#82 - studbeefpile
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(05/04/2013) [-]
Another fun fact: Christopher Lee was also actually given Tolkien's blessing to play Gandalf if a film adaptation was ever made.
#86 to #82 - HarvietheDinkle
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I'm glad he didn't. Lee seems more the evil villain, whereas Ian McKellen played a good Gandalf. Hell, lee's voice is almost orgasmically sinister.
#88 to #86 - studbeefpile
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I agree, I think it worked out well. I was just pointing out that it happened.
#8 - subaqueousreach
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(05/03/2013) [-]
I never thought of Zorg as the villain when I watched The Fifth Element.

Yes, he's definitely a bad guy, but the villain of the movie was the Great Evil in the form of a giant black molton planet.

Zorg was just hired by the Great Evil to find and dispose of the stones so that no one could stop him from obliterating all life. Much in the way that Zorg hired the Mangalore in turn to attack the Mandoshawan and track down the stones in the beginning of the movie.