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"joe shoe market" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

The Trash Tapes

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"joe shoe market" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

"They're still trying to costs everybody else. They were able to write in a few characters. Obviously Poison Ivy's one which will get to a little later on but then we also got Mr freeze now. The reason why Mr Freeze happened is because and I quote Joe Schumacher. Actually was watch is a big fan of the animated series and saw the episode a heart of ice seat for. I'm not is the one. Which is the BACKSTORY FOR MR freeze? So he said. I want that so they did that now. There were multiple roles actually multiple people who was actually going to be up for Mr Phrase. Join me to give you a list of who the hell he got from eight to be looking at that beautiful episode about the Little Geeky scientists. Try to get aid to almost all things now okay. So here's the thing right. So they were before right at Harris to possibly be Mr freeze into the APP me good. That would be good but dropped up computer commitments right. This one's GonNa be a shock and you'll love this Patrick Stewart's Oh I mean I can't see but I love him. They would have been amazing. Pass me once. It was just the most amazing experience. I was taking for a theater at the time and I didn't even know he was out past me. And when excuse me make voice and I was doing this fish impression with my gunman cabinets out and it was on. I was just. I just couldn't speak for an hour afterwards. I didn't take a four door. I couldn't move. Yeah if you'll just expecting practice and Selena room shocking experience I mean. Let's be one of the best moments in my life would would be like more light. Mystery should be like scientists because he's bowled. No I'm saying that because of holly how he performs roles Ed Harris. I would've loved any either of those two would have been more accurate but the thing is on all these just comedy gold. So here's the thing that this is. What how it got to Arnold right so patrick skew. It and Harris were considered but they all dropped out to several commitment issues. So but then the script was rewritten to accommodate all Schwarzenegger. Who genuinely interested the reason why. Joe Shoe Market decided. Mr Free must've been big and strong like like he was chiseled out of a glacier and quote so and the reason why is because obviously because the famous. Mr Free suit because they couldn't put a skinny man giant suit so said get a big man in a slightly tighter suit in the cartoon he was always a skinny man. The suit made in powerful. He wasn't robocop. And now he robocop ROBOCOP SPANDEX so hope robocop in spandex machine gun. Kinda sexy Lee described as all. Wait a minute. They love always lead. The fans were disappointed to a point but surprisingly successful because of its location. I was part of that now. You got you on welcome Mrs Schumacher. Toil Crab mcadoo toys. Some of them still in the house. Awesome here my parents so that my little nephew can play with them. I've got some of the Poison Ivy Vines. So he goes. There were so many different kinds of Batman Batman Batman was one that was like bright orange. I think sloat affect on the Metal Batman's well Gold Batman why to open so you can get blue and silver which I had or you could get like a red and black. Cuomo really epic so weird. This is the thing like Batman as a character as a whole is. He's almost gone to the point where he's almost like Sherlock Holmes you can put them in anything and it makes kind of semi sentence. Yes semi cents would often. Don't don't go bananas but you know what I'm talking about this as an Atta male net flicks recently. I think there's one on Netflix. Animated Part like CGI at is about where Batman goes to Japan. Ninja. Yes Oh my would on paper seem like the best film made never ever made. I was so angry giant Monkey John Monkey versus giant Batman. No the monkeys made giant Batman for the magic flute as we were bats powering because they all have the moving castle. The castle annoyed me. These a big massive distraction guerrilla ground needs to stay in. Dc Past Monkey. Please on average on tomatoes is Abou. It's got around about ten percents tomatoes with an average grade of about three point. Six out of ten kids because kids were voting. I think critic Chris yes you can tell. It's aimed at kids. It's going ten two dozen it seeing seeing seeing seeing there's no slow plot moments from the very moment the film starts. Well that's good Jolan. Yeah for the very moment of filmstar major action and mister freeze straight away. It's exciting explosions in Colorado. Kids love it but the problem was because it was critically panned. The studio decided to actually put panel. I'd not do the next movie after that. The low things actually cancelled because of it so there were planned sequels for US joining nail scenario. Okay could have seen. I let me give you some of these because oh my sweet Jesus okay. So there was Joel. Schumacher had several meetings with mortar. Brothers to talk about trying to convince them make another Batman movie afterwards. Okay they will free of them already in the pipeline as an idea one is they wanted to the show actually. WanNa to take it to his DACA roots by making money at one. Oh Right Greco Make Joshi Michael treatment. In my opinion but thing was he was going to cost. Cut Russell as a young commissioner Gordon and Selena car being played by an African American woman living in the ghetto. Me Defense. Time ethica advocate. I mean that would have been have been okay. Yeah now this is the thing Warner Bros. decided not to Rehire Schumacher. Because of what would Batman and Robin. Yeah which was a bit Because they say what happened to it. And the reason why because the pressure studio say we make a more child-friendly of course it went to the direction of the nineteen sixties Campy Batman? Yeah we loved we all love. Its own bubble in northern wedding. Note went in a weird way supposedly the continuity to the first Tim Burton's Batman. Yes you see on current from entity would've loved it okay. Another one was interesting was going to be a direct sequel which was going to call Batman unchained. And it's going to be a direct sequel. Starring unchained is going to be a direct sequel. Stuck having all the costs back. And you're GONNA have you want to know the village? We're going to be okay. Please scarecrow on Holly Quin. That would have been nice version. Quitted if it's anything like it was poison ivy. I think we would have had plenty of popcorn for interesting Ashim. Her Hammer would have made appearance. That would have been huge for me. Yeah when I was in school and after Batman and Robin happened. Everyone was waiting around for another Batman. Filled a guy friend at school. I think I think he's made up but he said it is another Batman movie and the title was cooped Batman Triumphant Sequel. To what is called. The next one was going to be a spin off movie right. Insult trump was going to be the spin off movie where Robin becomes night. When right which is a magazine or something but we made fun of him but the friend into politics you now docusign Mike. I know he receives some guy in school Edwards friend in school. Say Sorry. I'm sorry you will know. Rob Rob is rob holes. It's listing chatty. Will know what I mean. By Batman triumphant friend was right go apply. It was going to a spin off. Movie.

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"joe shoe market" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"joe shoe market" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Location. They remember the time spent there the heat the smell the struggle just to get the shot done like i i had shoots where one of the earn my first biggest shoots is. When i first started getting to the scene a new york comic con had this one year where they had a newer car special edition yup which was amid year konin june yup by the bunch of my friends yeah exactly and it was just terrible yup. I remember bunch of my friends. Were all coming in from different states and i told oh the mustard hey that's really big photo shoot after the convention. I know a feudal okay. Let's shoot and let me tell you these. Guys and girls were troopers. We were shooting unto three a._m. Mbakwe that night i mean we shot full or hours but at that time onto me they were my best images. I has date and i mean they were fantastic. We now three in a nice snapped then we went to brooklyn iom brooklyn bridge and then shot them with manhattan as backdrop but then i shot with a a seventy two two hundred millimeter lens zoomed than completely so that the city felt like it was right on top of the cost players and what i mean by that is <hes> sorts of technical lenses each lens <hes> they all have different focal lengths but they all have different properties of how they work so wide angle lenses tense hence give you more of a larger view but by nature those lenses tend to push things awake when you have a telephoto lens as you zoom in you get what's called image compression so the bag of the the background of the image get squashed in closer so therefore that's how you able to <hes> in those shots you're able to bring the city eddie closer to the costner's shot it with like a <hes> what's conventional twenty four to seventy millimeter lands. The city would appear so far off. I would have that same dynamic and i have those images up on my website so i'll definitely <hes> share the link with you. So you know your viewers. <hes> could click on it and then see exactly what i mean by how they'll see the freedom tower nearly it appears like no more than one hundred feet from the cost of they went actuality polity. The hudson river is between the cost player and manhattan <hes>. That's tremendous. I mean that's that's one of those things and it's one thing i've you know when you were talking about going around and using the environment i think that's one of the better facets of what you do is that you make make the environment the co star along with the cost player. I mean you know you were talking about special edition and when you think about that area down there. It's very industrial real very very grimy but it's also very heavily traffic. You know it's a heavy traffic area with vehicles and a lot of driving but not a lot of foot traffic so it's like like it's a gift and a curse because you could find decent areas to shoot in but there's always distractions ambient noise people driving by so the fact that you're able to capture so many impressive of images here in in new york city and make new york just as much of a star as as the cost players is tremendous well when you think about it. Most of these comic books folks who these movies are set in a city atmosphere yup. The city always compliments via the the star in a sense and that's how that's again. That's how i work like for example. <hes> the first teenage mutant ninja turtles movie which is a is a classic and everybody who has seen it will tell you they prefer that film with their practical effects over the c._g._i. That they have now because one everything worked to well with each other. You know you had the actors in the stuntman in the costumes and the animatronic <hes> motorized yeah eyes lips face but then also just the environment itself you see the steam you see you see the the moisture on the walls. You see the grime on the streets and that that was what the comic is all about saying for. Tim burton's batman. You know it's dark. It's it's grimy and if i mean if you think about tim burton in a sense reinvented batman where the comic started to follow what tim burton's batman is before that he was just the blue the gray tights to where now once we darker color toe and in of that nature and it just birth this whole new batman manhattan it's more grittiest frank miller had the dark knight which came up prior to that but i still feel timber and was more responsible for <hes> batmans evolution than than what any comic book that while he also burton also made sure to to add a lot of viciousness business to both sides of the coin because even batman batman and bruce wayne sometimes especially in the in the first film you i it wasn't wasn't a matter of bruce wayne dressing up his batman. Tim burton always made it seem like it was batman dressing up as bruce wayne right like there was always that quiet intensity and i think that it was a big part of of what translated i'm actually glad you mentioned that translated into the books because even after jack nicholson's joker which was you know a far departure archer from the happy at the happy go lucky cesar romero joker from the sixties show right now the joker even up the ante then like like we started seeing more vicious <hes> really crazy murder from the joker in the books. It was like all right. We're gonna just turn up in turn up the fire and i think that to your point and i agree tim. Burton's batman definitely was the match for that yeah. It's is again. It's you know it all comes down to this whole thing about art there. Sometimes you know like i mentioned there's right aerobic or it's subjective and you know you could play with to see what works best for you with timber and it was magical because at the time superhero films were doing great like you had the <hes> the christopher reeve superman that did well but that assar superman three and four superhero films died than the batman so came out then you had the reemergence then families out upset because the batman was too dark and violent so then batmans return which kind of told the down a bit and then you have warner brothers going to timber and for the third from selling him listen. We need you to really tone it down. Burton was stuck his guns and said i'm not gonna do that. Nope i'm not gonna do this film and then he left and then michael keaton followed right along with them them and that's when they added vow tim were and then it turns to this rule colorful which i believe was was it jerry bruckheimer joel schumacher joe shoe market yup and then then it just turned into this this joke of what it was and then it just went sour took a while for batman to get reinvented again and by christopher nolan so it's all it's all subjective but we could definitely go on and on that as well well the the thing about it is that when you look at that and and you look at that evolution you know even even photography has evolved so much because if you think about it you know when when when i was researching for this interview you were talking about borrowing your dad's nikon has thirty five millimeter and going out and shooting on film and now everyone has a camera and everyone's a quote unquote photographer refer and i wanted to ask you about that because if somebody who's kind of been much like myself in and some of our audience if you think about it we're in a generation where we got to see the death of the eight track the birth of the cd the birth of the cassette the birth of the video cassette the death of videocassette laserdisc cds so we're in that area area where we actually got to see the rise and fall of this stuff but to hear you talking about using film and then obviously the medium has evolved so much where where do you stand with that in terms of just the evolution of the medium. Do you always feel that that film still gives like the truest representation of the image or do you you keep just go with the flow and have adapted your style as the as the technology has evolved <hes> that's. That's a good way of putting it i since i shop op still i love the look of what film looks like right so i tend to edit my images with a very film look so so they'll they'll be a warmness about. There'd be a colored tone there or fate that similar to fill so for example like i edit in light room and i tend to use a have have over a thousand something presets. I keep purchasing increase. It's whenever i can't because i like took. I don't like to use the same look all the time for every image because i feel you're robbing the image of its look. I feel the image should dictate dictate the story on where you wanted to go instead of applying the same look for every image and so i tend to go with very arm phil type look 'cause i dislike just like tones that film has overall but yes digital does have its advantages that are very very useful for example in this day and age of of <hes> digital media twitter facebook and all that other stuff you have to be <hes> things very very quick which is why print has this. All of a sudden just died because for the fact that you know when something happens in sports it's already on the news or highlights on twitter sports sports illustrated back then prior to all of this was your staple how you got your news like hundred percent happened what happened what was amazing happened happened. Last week. You got to see and the issue in the following week where now you see instantly with on twitter so digital has its pros and cons wirtz able to yet things out to people or quickly but at the same time it also has its curse words giving people a very short attention span where they don't look at images and were the phrase was a picture is worth a thousand words now they'd look at an image and they don't have thousand words they have four or five years ago okay and then they move on in where you have some of these these classic images of like <hes> mohammed ali i forget who he knocked out in the image and it's a black and white image and it's almost perf at believe elitist perfectly time were ali looks like he's just taunted him while he's looking down on him. Those images are times and that was shot on film but they resonate for such a long time because it forces us to really look at it and just take it all in and now today's day and age that doesn't especially with like you said with instagram is social media where you're con- you just people see swiping swipe and swipe people don't really look at it im- with these algorithms and things like that that you know is very discouraging so photographers and caused players models where you work so hard on an image and when you put it out there and you're expecting expecting some type of love or reception from it gets almost a lukewarm reaction like wow. Why is that not getting what i thought would be the most attention where i'm taking this silly selfie grainy terrible and it's getting all the love so it's like it's you know it's it's a gift and a curse in its own way and it's you know it's unfortunate but i mean i still own a thirty five millimeter s._o._l._e._r. <hes> i just have to purchase a lens four war because the lenses that are digital cameras sometimes are not compatible with s._e._s._a._r.'s right so i have to go back purchase an older lands start shooting because you pro- like for example so now my idea solaar i program it so that my screen does not pre image after i take shop nice speakers chimp exactly the way i learned was that if you take your shot that's it done dull. I trust my instincts to know that okay. I'll take my shot. I know what my settings are. So i know okay. I'm looking at my light neater inside and if it saying i'm a bit underexposed okay then i'm going to have to open up my shutter a a little bit more my aperture or if it's over exposed i'm going to have to raise my shutter speed close map pitcher and then take my shots instead of taking a shot champion in the next so you know oh my god. I just missed another shot in that whole process hundred percent do you do you are you for the film camera. You still going with nikon like what your dad used. <hes> no <hes> it's a it's a cannon. Oh <hes> yeah it's a it's a very popular body and <hes> he still had added the nikon that he has. It's just badly it's an in very bad shape overall and i think he had he kept the lens mounted and then it bent the frame jeez it would have been no point to try to <hes> pay for the cost to repair it so he still had a cabinet a canon at the it's a eighty one. I believe it's called very popular camera one of the very first <hes> cameras that had a built in light meter inside so he was like hey could use this as a perfect. I'm going to buy the lens. I'm going to get the battery and now i could go back and start buying silmi again and then just take the shot and just worry later what it looks like you know just trust my judgment. You know another thing that i do to train myself a program myself so when it when it got back into photography classes again so my instructors shut-ins <unk> treated like film you set your ice. Oh two one i so you can only.

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