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Re: Hardly in the same category.
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• Posted by: Josh   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, September 8, 2004, at 3:52 p.m.
• IP Address: ip142177193075.mpoweredpc.net
• In Response to: Re: Hardly in the same category. (Jockolantern)

> Yes, it does strip the film from the photographic element, but it's also a
> unique new way to look at how cinematography can work. I'm not saying this
> should replace traditional filmmaking, but the CGI lighting of the film
> adds to the beautiful noir look of the film and I, for one, look forward
> to seeing how it pans out.

Film noir works best when it's actually *filmed*, don't ya think?

>

> Give it 15-20 years when it's labeled as a film score classic. But, in
> any event, no one says you have to. . . but you should. What
> specifically don't you like about it??

It's alright, just not that memorable. I can't put my finger on it, but it made little impression on me. Maybe at this point only Schnittke does that, hahahaha.

(kidding btw)

> I love Gladiator, but he really hasn't done anything interesting since
> then. Even The Ring bored me.

It's pretty good in the movie!

> Indeed. Certainly the best television show I've witnessed since Star Trek:
> TNG. Wonderfully unique, genuinely funny, and heart-warmingly charming in
> many ways. I'll be sad to see it end, whenever it does.

Au contraire, since DS9 or B5.

Josh




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