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  1. Lights. Camera. Concepts.

    So, most of my concepts have a cool OP intro, but I couldn't really think of anything good to write, so basically, these are concepts for sports teams from famous movies. This is pretty much a topic to have a topic open and post some concepts while I'm finishing up some details on a REALLY big project I'm gonna overtake soon, so they won't be that good. So now the concepts. Team 1: The Bad News Bears Everyone on here has probably seen the movie enough to know that it is a great pinnacle in sports movies, and should be recognized. These are going to be concepts if these were real teams in their sports (for this team it's LL baseball). C&C Encouraged
  2. I had meant to post this earlier in the year, but kept on forgetting. Anyways, here's some things (songs, movies, events, etc) that turn a decade old this year. Songs Grind With Me - Pretty Ricky My Humps - Black Eyed Peas Feel Good Inc - Gorillaz Gold Digger - Kanye West Pon de Replay - Rihanna Beverly Hills - Weezer Don't Cha - Pussycat Dolls Best of You - Foo Fighters Take Me Out - Franz Ferdinand Movies Star Wars Episode III - Revenge of the Sith Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Mr and Mrs Smith Brokeback Mountain 40 Year-old Virgin Batman Begins Events Hurricane Katrina XBox 360 released Johnny Carson passes away at age 79 Tom Cruise Jumps on Oprah's Couch Lance Armstrong wins 7th Tour de France NHL Lockout ends
  3. So I decided to take football teams from TV and the movies and modernize them. I am going to start with Blue Mountain State. If you have any suggestions as to which teams to do, please share.
  4. http://www.buzzfeed.com/briangalindo/35-movies-that-are-turning-10-years-old-in-2014 Goddamn, already? Anchorman and Dodgeball are that old? Remember those Vote for Pedro T-shirts everyone wore?
  5. Favorite Movies

    What are some of your guises favorite movies? Warrior: The storyline is great, the actors are great, and I'm not afraid to admit it, but the ending made my cry the first time I saw it. Big Fish: My favorite Tim Burton. Edward Bloom's character is amazing. It was cased great, and The whole morale was just awesome. Forrest Gump: You'd have to be raised in the 7 layer of Hell not to love this movie. Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy: This is my favorite comedy movie. I could probably quote the whole thing.
  6. Film/TV Score Enthusiasts

    Mike/Ice_Cap and I have in the past discussed our mutual enthusiasm for film scores, and I was wondering if there was anyone else out there that enjoyed them. I love isolating the scores from the source material, as the emotion of the music takes a more personal hold rather than just remembering whatever moment was experienced during that scene, but if you dig them for face value alone or if there was one that made the experience of the scene infinitely more powerful, that's cool too. The one that comes to mind immediately was "Life & Death" from the Lost original soundtrack. The song was frequently associated with both uplifting and dire moments, but listening to it always reminds me of an old friend who passed away. The song ends on this weird cliche scary/mysterious tone, but the first three minutes or so are intensely beautiful. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Hre5fkdq-0 There's many a big-name composer who I frequently enjoy, such as Howard Shore, the legendary John Williams of course, James Horner, etc. That being said the other soundtrack that gets a lot of play is by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis for their phenomenal work from The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford. It's haunting and remorseful; a real treasure.
  7. New MPAA ratings pictures

    I notice that some movies have some new ratings emblems on them. Has the MPAA offer an official announcement about this? Sorry, I don't have any pictures.
  8. If you don't know from my previous posts, I really like coming up with tournaments, then creating brackets, etc. For the past couple of years I've created a tournament of 128 actors, pitted them against one another (figuratively only) to see who I thought was the best actor. The 128 is divided into two groups: Men (Actors) and Women(Actresses). Men's bracket will be after the completion of this bracket - Probably early July. The month of June will be the Women's Bracket. I know of a website that we could use to vote and I can set round length, etc. So without further delay here are the guidelines: - Must be currently in the industry and alive. - Movies only. If the actor does movies and television, post it and we'll see if others feel the actress should nominated. - Please base your nominations of the actress' acting ability, oscar wins/nominations*, and personality. *If applicable Any questions, suggestions feel free. Here are some nominations to get us going. Meryl Streep Anne Hathaway Natalie Portman Scarlett Johansson Mila Kunis Amy Adams Amada Seyfried Helena Bonham-Carter Anna Paquin Jennifer Lawrence Charlize Theron Hilary Swank Nicole Kidman Michelle Pfeiffer Julia Stiles January Jones Julia Roberts Anna Kendrick Blake Lively Sally Field Allison Janney Chloe Moretz Marion Cotillard Jessica Chastain Dakota Fanning Michelle Williams Viola Davis Reese Witherspoon Susan Surrandon
  9. FX Movie Network

    Formerly the Fox Movies Channel