I don’t know comics, so maybe I am totally misunderstanding, or it’s some matter of how things are adapted from the comic to screen, or it’s something completely far out (I don’t know), but the way you are describing the character as being defined through the combat, and a character that is the...
I thought it was fun. It has its share of learning curve imperfections to be addressed and worked on of course, but ultimately I think what you seemed to be striving for shows some instinct and vision to create a world of story, and it’s what counts most to me here.
I like the use to story of...
Depending when you come keep in mind the weather: coughs, stuffy nose, sore throat, forced air, clanky radiators, shovel scrapes, snow plows, people killing each other with plastic lawn furniture over parking spaces etc.
I saw them on that Division Bell tour in 94.
I have been to a ton of shows, but damn that show was something else.
It was, and I have no doubt always will be the best sounding (sound system wise) concert I have ever experienced.
It was like 3 times louder than any concert I have ever seen at...
I’m waiting for someone to do a DSOTM concept film, in 3d.
I wonder how many film makers (Younger generation) have never seen The Wall, and how it holds up as a film to those not into or with no real background of the music/band mythos behind it.
Dialogue to me is story via singular or combined instances of:
Subtext left in it’s wake or absence
Emotional tone or reflection
Creation and/or Counter Creation of conflict
When it fails to move things forward, bogs momentum down with idle chatter or...
Where do you suppose AntiHero ranks on this unconfirmed list?
1.Nil by Mouth 470
3.Another Day in Paradise 327
4.Summer of Sam 326
5.Twin Town 320
6.Sweet Sixteen 313
8.Born on the Fourth of July 289
9.Big Lebowski 281
I liked it, but it also felt more like it was the end of something larger rather than a stand alone short. (Which I also see as a good thing in a certain light.)
What I think could have been better was the character to story use.
It’s a Western/Card Game set-up, to me ideally the “Good guy”...
I like the Creepshow style comic/storyboard. I think with the right art made from actual stills you could comic out and comic back in, and even add storyline that the camera passes over panels of if needed. Would be an awesome art/AE project.
I like the way storyboards look, so I think once a film is done it would be cool to have a scene from it storyboarded and presented with the title (in font and colors) and key credits listed as a framed conversation type art object keep sake piece, or even have several of printed and framed to...