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    lol jtm.

    though i'd like to have seen kubrick make Showgirls...
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    With regard to tarkovskij I am in favor of the opening sequence of Andrei Rublev. But if I had to choose an all time favorite it would be this timelapse sequence of an ant killed by a brain fungus. It really crept in on me when I saw it the first time. Great cinematography.

    but hey, what does that say about me :help:
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  3. #163 before and after JC 
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    all this picture and movie are pretty good but in my mind the cinema history have two period : BEFORE and AFTER JC
    and notice that SKYNET will probably steal RED technology to build the T800 eye
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    A few more:









    Sometimes I think this horse crossing the river scene from RAN was a homage to John Ford.
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    I couldn't agree more. I think this is a very beautiful looking piece of cinematography.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom View Post
    I find TTRL to be high art, even transcendent in places.
    I know exactly what you mean, and agree completely. That film captures something that is almost impossible to explain.

    Here's one of my favorite shot's [from HEAT]:

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    Jim and Jarred both need to pipe in here! They have good eyes for shots, their favorites would be interesting.
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    From the same sequence in Braveheart.



    This overcranked shot of Murron appearing in the crowd as Wallace dies sends shivers up my spine every time I see it. :(
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    Maybe I'm still suffering from "last movie I watched" bias, but I was awed by most scenes in Children of Men, including this ten minute long steadicam shot:
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