18 Burst results for "Matt Paint"

"matt paint" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:46 min | Last week

"matt paint" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Again this movie interests all these characters but doesn't do anything interesting with them so it wolford grimly does nothing mccleary. Guess he goes on a mission. But it's not a particularly interesting mission and he's got one hand. Oh that's right. They introduce that later and that ties into the doberman story honestly. I thought those dobermans were the highlight of the whole movie i. My dog didn't like those documents. I'll tell you that. But when they start doing like tight rope walking. I mean the fact that they set it up whereas like you know remote. Goes up onto a scaffolding in this building. These like ha ha the dogs get up here and then we see two dogs jump up and pulled down a fire escape with their teeth. I was like i'm on board. I buy this one hundred percent. These dogs in tandem tandem cam. It was synchronized that these dogs jump at the exact same time it was like in john wick. Three were halle berry. Has the two german shepherds at work in synchronized movements. That's what these two dobermans did. Honestly i i don't know what the film is going for. At any given point it goes back to tone again. But these dobermans like that there is even a shot whether dog is considering going over the tight rope like the dogs actually thinking about it. If my extra shirts the dogs like And then low behold he walks across up. You can say it's like a matte painting he's will on. But what does it be the last visit. Want me to take it seriously. I know that's the thing it's like half spoof movie half. We want you to take this seriously because you have the moment where remo. It's like right around. That dog sequence like a rattler runs up his pant leg and he's pulling the whole like ooh ooh back and forth and it's like okay. It's like i'm watching the naked gun. I guess yeah i. I don't know what to make that. There's only one more like good thing. I wanna shout out. And i think i'm going to start wrapping up. Yeah the i wanted to stick knowledgeable like going back just to guy. Hamilton diamonds are forever has the same kind of issue. Where like it's super campy. And i think what we enjoy about that movie. And i look forward to tackling on the podcast is the camp value and just how silly it is and how it lives in a world of camp. The movie diamonds are forever. Doesn't ask you to really invest in the action sequences and. I think that's the difference here. Is that this movie. Wants to be really silly a lot of the time but then once you to care about very elaborately constructed action sequences. It's also like the way things that diamonds are forever. Show is quite cheerful and colorful. Even the layabout films that he did as well whereas that scene with the folks that whole infiltration into the place to do a thing. I don't remember is badly. It's like gray and black. You can't make anything out stahl. Well i mean in the eighties..

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Kenneth Branagh Talks Shakespeare

Kickass News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Kenneth Branagh Talks Shakespeare

"Kenneth Branagh is one of the all time greatest Shakespearean actors ranking alongside Laurence Olivier and John Gielgud. And he's the reigning keeper of the flame having staged and starred in dozens of Shakespeare's productions and brought six of Shakespeare's greatest works to the big screen. Indeed Brana would be the first to admit that he owes his career to the man known as the Bard of Avon. And now he says he wanted to express his thanks with a new film about the last three years of Shakespeare's life, titled all is true. He directed produced and starred in the film that opens in theaters may tenth just a few days after Shakespeare's four hundred fifty fifth birthday and on today's podcast, sir. Kenneth Branagh opens up about his lifelong fascination with this literary genius. And what? It was like to step into the shoes of his hero. He reveals why he chose to focus his film on the years following Shakespeare's retirement from the theater, why Shakespeare's returned to Stratford on Avon might not have been the homecoming he expected, and how a gardening project might have helped him cope with the loss of his only son ran on discusses the fact and fiction of Shakespeare's life, and why he wasn't afraid to deviate from accepted biography and embrace the mystery around the man he talks about teaming up with writer. Ben Elton, the creator of a British sitcom about Shakespeare how he achieved a painter look for the film by forgoing modern digital graphics in favor of traditional matte painting and the remarkable makeup that transformed Kenneth Branagh into the Bard himself less. He weighs in on the rumors that the mysterious dark lady in Shakespeare's love sonnets might not have been a lady at all the sex scandals that embroiled Shakespeare's family during his final years and the nagging speculation that Shakespeare's plays. Weren't actually written by William Shakespeare coming up with, sir. Kenneth Branagh in just a moment. Five time Academy Award nominee, sir. Kenneth Branagh is arguably the greatest living interpreter of the works of William Shakespeare, having directed and starred in many of Shakespeare's plays on stage and brought six of Shakespeare's plays to the big screen now at long last. He plays the Bard of Avon himself in a film, which he produced and directed called all his true. It opens in New York and Los Angeles this Friday may tenth cer- Kenneth Branagh. Thanks for joining me. Thank you. I love the film, and you have had a lifelong relationship with the works of William Shakespeare, how far back does this passion for Shakespeare, go with you. Well, it goes back to crazy moment really watching a variety show on television in about nine hundred sixty eight p to sell as the late. Great comedian. And actor

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"matt paint" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

Let's Talk About Cars YO!

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

"Now, like six fifty two that vanquishes ridiculous. Yeah. You're about their six fifty. The Mansoori colon Matt call an harassed the Mansoori or s. Half a million. Let's say, okay, we're up to we're up to half a million. No, no, no. You're wearing six hundred million Eur one point one fucking cars this year, right? Because then I'm going to have to have somebody to drive them move them around. I need a place to park them. I'm just sticking with the seat to in the double O three that that's where I'm going to stay. I really liked all those cars that we just talked about. I love the sea two. I love the double o three. I I don't know. Dude. I be just lucky to have any of those fucking cars. I would just be lucky to have all those cores would just be so grateful. I would know what like look look at it. And let's give me something look at it this way. I've I've spent the money before I'll spend it again in one not. But I still don't get scars with what they're worth. So if I could get any of them, I'd be like talk. Yeah. That'd be so grateful. Thank you, sir. She ate it. Everyone a lot of people like the the. What's it called the Konigsberg, which I understand? Yeah. There's a lot of cone exotic fans out there. Like, I didn't. I guess I never realized how how many fans there there really were like very very popular brand. I think I'm just always kind of burned burned by the whole thing. Group of owners of con- exotic and then I just as the, you know, putting putting baying gears together with you. I'm still pissed off. And the whole thing. I just I wanted to make that happen because everybody wanted to see it. I just felt on the price on the price point of the Bugatti. I think it's what a deal that dude. God we're talking about the sink the one off, right? Yeah. Us crazy. Eighteen million dollars that dude purchase one hundred million dollars. Basically, you just let it it's just let it sit a little bit. That car is more desirable than anything else on earth and not to mention just releasing that one car wet what it like how it elevates the brand. Well, I along like that. And I want you to think about this. It's not like a random dude fucking cold inset, make me this car eats, the guy who put the whole thing together to get to that point. And he's masterpieces Advair unto me my eyes. But now, it's this. You know what? I mean. Like that's him. That's true. That's true. What what did you think about the hundred and tenth anniversary? Sharon, I love that car to that thing is the ball the rap or not the rap the paint job the Matt paint job on that thing is so beautiful Matt carbon fibre. No, yeah. Matt blue carbon-fiber, which is I think the same color that they showed the Valkyrie as in Geneva as well that Matt blue think they're very similar color. But are they carbon exposed carbon fibre or not the Valkyrie? I'm not sure I think the the Sharon is way. They're so gorgeous men, so gorgeous. I love the have all those guides. See we were a little on the right side when they brought a Winkelmann, and we were like, oh, this is about to make Kohl's special editions this whole soared he did. And he just got on a roll. He's like bam. Pam, but the thing is he selling them all and I get he is he I get it in the thing is the people at by Bugatti have so much money. They can. By every one of them. This is why I was like I'm out. There's no way I'll be able to ever compete in the world like that Ferrari world, I can't even get there. You know what? I mean, I've always viewed Winkelmann as. This is a little strange. I've always viewed Winkelmann as the Mandarin from iron man too. You know, the. Talking about the the one that Ben Kingsley as an actor. Yeah. He like, I feel like Winkelmann is an actor for all these car companies. Like, I just I can't take him one hundred percent series..

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"matt paint" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on KOMO

"Going to do to your ceiling. I like ceiling Matt paint, you can just use dead flat. He'll do the same thing. But tell me about the colors in your home. Well, I kind liked the topi- colors that I've got some Topi with some green in it, you know, different rooms, I have different colors that it. Oh, I'm not sure what coloring paint this part of the house. Tell me tell me when you say Tope use the colors that you see when you see Tope. Do you see paying her pulse? You see beige DC, grey and beige. Yeah. I see grays and the one in the kitchen is green. But it is like Topi green. It's and then we've got. I don't know contrasting colors around the windows and stuff. But and then I use oranges in blue in there. Okay. So Tope, and and I certainly I just want to also say that I very much appreciate your call and your question. But I always try to remind myself gel that are not just feed you, but I am speaking to our listening audience and a lot of times, and I'm not suggesting this is you I am suggesting though that people should ask a few questions because oftentimes they're calling something Tope that is not. In fact, it is a great like a gray beige color, and it can have a green undertone. It can have a blue undertone yellow undertone, but Tope has a pink purple undertone. And that's what makes it. Atop and so often so that color can read pink pretty quickly, and it's difficult unless it's really more of a yellow Greyfield to work well with oranges. So that's but the green undertone sounds lovely. So your question to me is about the ceiling, and I wanna follow that up with perfect ceiling colors because I think this is a great topic. All right. Hang on here. It will break for headlines here and top local.

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"matt paint" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I mean, it was a pretty decent looking stream. I guess. Yeah. That I watched. But that's that's set of the thing under ISIS is just it holds up. It's so good looking. It's a it's a Matt painting. Is it really? Yeah. It's like the the ship when they're standing. Yeah. It's just a big, Matt. It's big Matt painting. I figured that's what it was. It's so funny that like those throwback effects like still look better. It's yeah. I watched it. I have the four K version of it. And I watched it this morning. It's such a beautiful movie every about it looks great. It does. Yeah. It really did it so seamlessly with map paintings. And look, I know all the the lighting that the the DP did it's beautiful who has a DP dean Cundy like he did a lot of the. John carpenter stuff. Yeah. I went back in the original Halloween this year as well. Because I saw the new in the movie theaters. And then. Might have been Halloween night after Emily and ruby went to bed a put on the original just so great man carpenter like. Should do like a series on him just one of the true geniuses. Yeah. He really knows how to capture that that specific look. Yeah. That's good. Well, and a tone that he has feel like his work with the music, although he didn't do the music on this always thought he did. He did. I was watching a behind the scenes thing in he did like small pieces Diddy, the majority of it was the any more more Coney Coney app. But then there's like small pieces here. And there that he did little sense stuff to fill in the pieces. All right because I did notice a few of those and I was like that's gotta be John carpenter. Yeah. But he he basically has all the credit to more county, but he did a few things. Sure. That's interesting. I wonder why he felt like he had a hired out. I I read somewhere where he said he liked him so much that he used more counties music at his wedding. He'd is he just wanted to work with he just wanted to work with them. Yeah..

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"matt paint" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"And I felt like when they were playing the screams at first I was like are these fucking tourists or do they think this really they scream looking over there? Mike now, their son of people over there for all this noise becoming from. But then I was like, oh these neat. Like this whole thing should be like an immersive experience like like this play should start with. Like how this musical should start with like how this would happen. Yeah. How the how the, you know, this guy Carl would present King Kong on Broadway. Yeah. Exactly. And that that could be a half hour because it ends with him getting loose and all hill break sleep. No more. Have it be immersive and just? You're here king. And you know, as you're going to your seats have the frigging ushers in nineteen thirty here to see King Kong. Hey, well, yeah, he's going to really show it to ya. Isn't he boy puppet didn't have genitals? I know you were upset about. He'd have a put whole either from what I could. I was happy about with those. Now, I mean, his genitals. And and like general, but I mean have his ass to the stage very often, but they were like shrouded in shadows. You know? So he gets loose. Right. And then he's running around the the biggest people didn't applaud after the shopping songs. Explain before you get into that the background of all the the entire show. The background of the set. Oh, it's. It's it's instead of. Like, I'm trying to think of the word centrist wing. No. Because there were set dressing, Tom true. There was a there was just a big screen instead of a like a backdrop. Yeah. Stands that what you're thinking of no backdrop now. What are you thinking of then, I don't know. Trying to think of it. Anyway, like the whole back of the stage was was was a huge screen instead of like, a matte painting or something that another thing would have had. Yeah. So this is like a wrap around. I max screen around the stage. So when they were outside it was like, a digital projection of the Brooklyn Bridge that you can see in the background. But it was all like, PlayStation, two graphics. It was like they made it feel like it, cheap to'rest attraction like they were like it looked like PlayStation two because they were trying to do like a stylistic type, look, but it didn't go..

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"matt paint" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Garage sale is so exquisite. Literally get the shit out of my house. It's all waxy. Nipple ring that one is nipple ring. That one isn't pouring. The nipple is plastic. Not show flesh. This is a razor gloved at somebody bucks. They thought I was ready have I didn't have the courage to correct this the most offensive gifts, but now what I find most unbelievable is the apartment that this fucking. Are you kidding me? Struggling reporter, right Neal's apartment. It's the same unbelievable shit. She should be living in sewage just like April. He's right department had some grunge to that. Mandarin look, disgust, four fucking turtles, do rat. I don't had that spiral staircase really. All right. The first one, it's a little grungy. The second one, it's gourd? Yes. Sorry, I'm talking about secret of the us off. Not part one. Living above can discard sting antique storm. Glad that should burn to the ground, but yes, to your point, this place, sane. It's crazy. It's literally you, the wolves are carpeted somehow it. So I would love to live in an apartment like that to have that Matt painting of metropolis side of. A robot woman work around the entire time. Don Draper's last apartment does remind me. I mean, this thing is sick and it's like you're the person who's assigned to like the emergency room beat com on who crossover. So Don Draper as a new account, right? It's the Senate bites. He's trying to market the puzzle box. Why is it? We buy puzzle boxes we ever stop and think you driving one night. You pull over to the side of the road. You're tired, families, yelling in the backseat, go into the store, pick up a pack of smokes. What's that? A puzzle box, something that solves all the problems of your life or will it now I'm going to cry about my father. I'm sold on, but it needs a fun name. Like I don't know something snappy rubik's. We all liked pleasure. Some of us like terrible like good push. What I'm saying. Maybe there's no difference. True soobee soobee sue. Zubi Zule. Oh, yeah, dude. Absolutely. But. Stupid things. You got this apartment, they start talking and she's like, yeah, you know, this is my buddy got killed because he was playing with this thing. She pulls out the puzzle box right that she stole, but the puzzle box. At this point, I think it's still brass or is it back to puzzle box formation? It's it's grody still this point because a few minutes later in the film to someone remarks like I think it's, it's Joey's like, oh, Terry cleaned up the bar or something like that. It's still looks like the the outside of the statue of liberty..

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"matt paint" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Where are we anyway love jungle cruise the backside of water scary andy man now if you look over everybody this strange in advance standing across from the line of the jones ride a little only year at disneyland juncker's right i know the movie that doing yeah shooting right now just just did i know he's made like five jungle movies he's making junkers movie shooting right now i mean i already liked welcome to the jungle get somebody else to do that every niche yeah he's doing in that fucking hobbs and shots benefit they don't go into the jungle it's going to be real i actually don't cruise right sounds better than the fuck haunted mansion to be honest butts men at the same time the rock doesn't need to do everything almost hired of skyscraper the first one is that movie fucking awesome what cgi diehard but his family his whole families in the building this time oh she and then according to the poster his trajectory of jumping off that airplane he doesn't make it in any of the the post bad anyway over the end of the movie guys stop talking about other movies too uncomfortable that is this man and we are here because this is the part where the movie just slows down it goes it goes zero to sixty like half a second you're going going going and it's like wait we have to have a movie everything back and they okay we gotta talk to talk to people in china but we're going to india start the plot now because we have some friends that wrote that lived in heavy no sorry not even live visited india and they know what it's all about so let's see what indian people have to say because you know the the places ravaged there's no greenery whatsoever tell them replaced by matt painting.

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"matt paint" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Yeah it's an here's what i'm hoping i hope that they call it a boba fett movie and it's not really a boba fett movie valley hundred movie it's empire when vader has boba fett in bosc it's that crew there's a lot it's the week i love those guys it's the rogue one but for villains there's a lot of fun to be had this and this is the worst analogy i could make it's the suicide squad for star wars right villainous characters all teamed up share backstabbing each other on on the ballot t hunt right like okay i would watch that movie like that's what i'm hoping for doesn't need to be the journey of young boba fett but from picking up his dad's head tackle the clones journey to become a bounty hunter the biggest score like in my mind when i took the matt painting it's these diverse selection of bounty hunters of robot a lizard a guy to helmet on jet packs shooting giant space worm it just seems like the lower hanging fruit would be the iota story because you've got nine hundred years to work with or there goes your babies if you go full labyrinth then i would watch that right if you go full crystal for yoder movie that's that's right there right it's actually good idea or obiwankenobi those are the big ones yes i feel obi wan i'm not i'd never watched clone wars and rebels but in googling is there enough lovie weren't even has at one point he has a love interest but like he unlike anikin he's like a true jetta about it where he's like at least what they show he never crosses that line yes love age wise it would work though i think mcgregor has expressed interest in returning it sounds like he's he's attached so i feel like it's low as right in terms of low hanging fruit there could be a lot there.

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"matt paint" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"What we need to do we need to spend twenty minutes on her my brother jamesy sure i remember him coming home being raped off the grid james newman coming home being dropped off by his friend's mom who had taken him and his friend to go see josie and put on a plate and she was telling my parents how bad the movie was what and she was like alan cumming it's embarrassing i have no idea why he did this after cabaret he's such a good actor and that woman was married to a record executive so amusing maybe she couldn't see the fires from the trees this performance is fine yeah he's spent hip foam pitch yeah but then quickly they get successful montage very quickly followed by cynic crazy this all happened in wooden so funny i also love no there's the shot when they see the billboard in times square where rebranded as reading klein co watching adam ated series cassia motion picture called shows e and the pussycats but they prior to that says would you rather go see the post three fierce ferocious ladies yeah they have this beautiful like matt painted time square right where they don't even take time square and put fake billboards over they compress all of times square until one corner that's literally like you can't see anything in new york it looks like a hero or something it's like unbelievable movies great and they're in their beautiful like loft apartment we've like as we've already noted really times any scene there is some sort of product placement in the background somewhere.

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"matt paint" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"His whole you know when he's giving him the tour of the data center and and did you read about how they shot that like without having a budget which is pretty amazing even though it's not a very long seem they constructed a model mounted the camera up at the ceiling had the model as a tunnel attached to the camera and then had the actors way down below walking just on that little you know catwalk and then and then did a matte painting under the catwalk so the mataka for he yeah village he talked about how they had to line up the angles on that absolutely perfectly to get them to all work together but even when the actors look up there basically looking up into a model much i just loved i mean that's like some star wars shit there you know that's like yet they really thought that through for move that you know was constantly under financial strain they critter showed up until they're ready to stop working so i gotta shut down this podcast will come back in a year and they will make we'll make a podcast will make a podcast in germany it'll do well and we can continue this one two years like it's down for two years right one thing that you know richard was really smart was to have such a fantastic cinematographer is back i mean 'cause the movie for movie that was so fraught it looks great and this is the guy who shot you know deliverance in the long goodbye and he worked with brian depalma and so it had that great kind of wide framing even though the colors really pot i was for a movie that was fraught as it was at sure looked great you know i said that this was his trip down the rabbit hole at the beginning and it's it's kind of that and it's also it's a little cane as far as the structure goes with the way that he will go to different p.

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"matt paint" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In such a way that would that should lead to his immediate release as opposed to tremaine brock who was released hours after all this stuff became the question mad again asking you to speculate if he if ruben foster was a backup player would they be going through all this or he'd be cut by now i mean there's always i would think that if he were a backup player you know you you i mean it's it's the old adage in sports right i mean there's there's kind of those dissecting lines of halley ratio is absolutely absolutely so you know things that might get one player released won't get another player will release i would think if he were a backup player the forty niners when it spent a whole lot of a lot of brain power figuring out what to do but you know ruben foster was a very vital member of that first draft class and seen as a guy who's going to be a central figure that organization you know a guy who was dynamic on the field and and has you know a personality in the locker room and off the field and i mean he let's let's face it went with he came in and met with the forty niners last year and there were already a lot of questions about his character all of us stuff that happened at the combine before that and you know we knew about his upbringing and some of the difficult things that happened you know there are a lot of teams that that didn't even have him on on their draft board in that showed because i mean he's one of the best players last year's draft and he fell all the way to number thirty one overall but he has this way in john lewis talked about it of walking into a room and with his smile and with enthusiasm and passion for the game and and personality he's lights up a room i hate to say it i'm trying to think of people in their cars right now saying that you know matt's painting the picture but so what you know get rid of.

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"matt paint" Discussed on Omnibus

Omnibus

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on Omnibus

"And if you don't like it after one hundred nights they will still take it back risk free no requirements get fifty dollars towards select mattresses by visiting casper dot com slash omnibus and using the promo code omnibus at checkout terms and conditions apply that's omnibus for fifty dollars off your next casper mattress but in eastern washington there are also these very curious formations which are enormous structures that look like ripples the ripples that you would see on the beach when the tide goes out and you see the waves do little ripples or ripples at the bottom of a river but these ripples are fifty feet high and sometimes three hundred feet long and arranged over the course of miles and it was extremely confusing to geologists in the nineteenth and early twentieth century because what could possibly explain these things it's also very unusual there that when a glacier forms of valley the glacier digs out of alley that is a you shame right and when a river creates a valley the river makes vshape but in eastern washington are enormous canyons which are usually like a square absolutely square in the air future listeners you're driving across eastern washington it just seems like an endless flat plane and then you come to a lip and it's a three hundred foot droughts minecraft just straight to valley floor which is miles across and then on the other side another cliff yeah there's a place called pot holes when they call potholes something monument and it looks like a dry waterfall like you've got you've essentially got farmland on all sides and then it suddenly just drops off like matt painting from a movie and it goes down three hundred five hundred feet to the valley floor and there's no waterfall there at all it's not like a little stream even it's dry and it was sort of self evident to jal just at the time that this was an example of the columbia river having changed course and at one point the columbia ran through here and then it's which way the columbia's an enormous river that runs through this whole region twists and turns but this being a river bottom did not explain this like very serene where shave squareshaped canyon and in the in the early twenties a man named jay.

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"matt paint" Discussed on Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast

Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on Snoop Dogg's GGN Podcast

"And then they only wanted to give spike something like ten and so spike went to another company to try and you know get them to invest in it so you get maybe another ten also at least bring the budget up to twenty and when he did that when warner brothers found out about that say oh you getting some more money for them okay we'll just give you less i mean they just do this all the way they wanted to go to egypt they wanted during the sugar beet is a new jersey no lists sand there so you can does use the santa the because the new jersey nb matt painting so the rest of it well you don't need to go to south africa to meet nelson mandela you know had to do all that they really they didn't wanna do it and they got the ultimate revenge on spy because you know in press he was calling in the plantation near no and they even said this guy down from the bond company to you know to make sure we were going over in this guy would come on said dress like indiana jones she had the had he had like leather jacket the boots and everything and delta leased by dislike wouldn't them come on saturday more kazue's is you know a disruptive presence and so that's a laser as doped at lowly kmau all this shit giant ago yeah and and so the reason we actually had to shut down production for a couple of days and the reason we able to continue is because a lot of folks getting money michael jordan gave money bill cosby gave money print.

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"matt paint" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on The Incomparable

"Sometimes you do everything is so precisely realized that everything looks amazing and even though you know well there's got to be a matt painting like twenty feet behind those guys 'cause they didn't really real twenty acres and grabber and why what it looks so cool erica that i could tell you the thing that i didn't like is the fiery the fire is a dance i thought that was i thought that was super boring and that was the part where it's like why am i hear and then it ended and it was fine again the hate is not being dribbled it's that we asked me cells cells so there are those that is by far my least favorite part of the movie and it always has been like if i've never never really liked it i actually prefer to listen to this song on the soundtrack by itself without having to see that again i don't i'm not in lake in love with it but i like it much better with hooked pouf issue hole for the good news is if you get through that scene than those of all the for jokes happened right after them that is another movie that i sometimes check my phone i am all right well this has been a lot of fun talking about this i'm implied that i didn't ruin erikas eric is happy place so that's good i'm so glad you did an app every single time i watch this movie i find something new because there's just so much going on there so much happening like i never noticed before that you know the three rocks that didn't make david bowie's face which someday i want to win the lottery and have three rack like that in my yard but for that you can actually see that in the long shot like that it's like just a seen before that when huddles walking by himself in the mazelike i never noticed that before i've seen this movie a hundred times and a nurse at for the first time i also noticed that when they get to the to the goblins city to the castle there are two bottles of milk sitting outside the castle door the milk has come.

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"matt paint" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Holy shit i just took everything for the whole scene whether in tyrrell's office in the background the skyline of but we know that's a reproduction of a map painting sure latest three particular matt painting with a little bit of model were going on right and so when i came to that realization i was like i was i fully appreciate what the film was doing fine yeah i like oh yeah that's a map painting but immediately made me think we'll wait this is not the further that we're not an hour and forty minutes into his film and they've not use the before and so i was like all right i could see why this is considered just in terms of special effects a classic now this film is not entirely now you that's a big part of this film but it's not entirely about just the special thanks go it it's about kind of the visual style in general and now this was at the top of the show called it a neil nor science fiction we do a lot of new war at skied a fund little subgenre but it's a very classic under one i i've learned a lot about and read a lot about so a lot about but to that kevin hold a lot of different definitions and they have different applications what does it mean any early nieto anything can mean anything it just means a new type a new kind of vision application of this and with this movie it just takes the littoral definition and it runs with it runs with the full steam ahead decker is literally always wearing a trenchcoat he's a detective you're are rather a detective or copright and he has to answer to an all time he police chief that in previous cuts said the equivalent of the n word.

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"matt paint" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on The Canon

"It's lst ray it's it is a tell us today yet what what it but i'm not really sure because at the end of the film it's revealed that like she has all these sort of nightmarish visions and when she takes the lst this is when the film goes into shocking colour for just this one sequence in fact they had to build a black and white set and they had to give the actress blackandwhite makeup for some of those shots because we saw this bright red blood of fortunately it was also shot on color stock so the quality of the film changes dramatically that's going to happen it's really so i mean i don't know if you could tell to a half every you could tell it some exempting that i suddenly gets fuzzy are now like what happened to her face which is why i would i would like rewound it this time to be like does she have black and white makeup on it so fuzzy i can't even tell because from what i understand the pain at her black and white and she blended with this black and white room i don't know why i don't i am not a technical press this way but they were doing tempting and cholera as england films i don't know i there must be a very clear reason to go to all of the trouble of late painting the room black in such and color stock life i thought i thought they could just make things red if if they have like us a like a still shot three of served serve a matt painting into sort of paint on the mad at photograph one single painting than it would have been okay but he wanted things like moving water and and characters that are had urged lurching up out of this like bloody sludge in a bathtub and if you were to tinge that it would be really uneven it'd be like in and with a marker so i think he wanted something that was a little bit more real and a little bit more szalkai gayle that distracted by sort of the technique this is also a guy who has the most fake rubber monster and world league i love it has until hero.

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"matt paint" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"matt paint" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"These old superman cereals where the way they did special effects were superman was he will a grown man would run behind the car and a little public cartoon would fly with a little demoted flew right out was that the way they did it with the do that killed himself georgia abdullah that was just like bad wire like looked as bad like you know matt painting regularly so is it was before the though is a third igniting third all really old old also that means not only was it bad acting it was also probably really bad cartoon a oh yeah it was doing something what is it about batman in this movie which is kind of like his whole arc is that he represses the death of his parents correct which is retarded yes because this is if there's one thing bruised wayne wakes up knowing every fucking day is david as bomb got his brains blown out like that yes the whole point of the whole thing and he's like were treated all these like dreams that he's having and then at one point he has like the really big dream that unearths the bunches shit and it's a vow kilmer walking around in the dream world's heavenly flashback she's like is back in jassem krill's other in gotha but he the but what pisses be off is like they they swapped out bruce little bruce wayne's here i prefer i personally prefer a fat little bruce wayne like a little a little rich kids just suck it down the teat of the work at man at every level also levin daddy i hope i hope i never have ticket a job and then like you know talking fucking life shows up at of your life chisels that kid you know what i mean honestly it's a person can differ came with a trust fund well i think we should start.

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