CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by thekungfury @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:13 am

I might be able to do one with sniper

See if we can out shame each other
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by Strawman @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:19 am

~G~ wrote:Shush Blubey!

Sniper is our new site filmmaker now,


Can't there be more than one ?

I've been away for a few days, so plenty of belated :rofl: :rofl: for the chillingly accurate film scenes.
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Post by Routie445 @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:20 am

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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by nakedninja @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:31 am

I've just chosen my scene and I'm beginning to learn the script now.

It's ambitious, and should be ready for Monday, if all goes well.

Now I just need to get a camera and a computer to edit with.
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by sniper236 @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:33 am

TKF wrote:I might be able to do one with sniper

See if we can out shame each other


We should definitely produce a movie scene.
However, you heard ~G~. I am the filmmaker (although I am pretty sure its more about the cast I can attract!).
You are definitely the actor, dahling.

You need to bring your DSLR up anyway, so when you come visit, we'll have a scene mapped out.
We have loads of farms around here, so see if that can get your creative juices flowing :)
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by nakedninja @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:34 am

That's probably me making it do that.

I fitted an extra long power cable and I'm slowly dragging it towards me, in the north.

It's taking fcuking ages!
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by nakedninja @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:41 am

I'm (not responding) to that!

/obvious
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by thekungfury @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:48 am

C2. wrote:
blubey! wrote:Every single thing I do on this computer results in the message (not responding).

It is a monumental, head-strangling, frenulum-snipping pain.

Maybe you should ask our resident filmmaker and director, sniper, how he does them?

He uses a Mac

And when I say uses a Mac, he's the most pro-Apple person you could meet
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by Disastrous @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:51 am

TKF wrote:
C2. wrote:
blubey! wrote:Every single thing I do on this computer results in the message (not responding).

It is a monumental, head-strangling, frenulum-snipping pain.

Maybe you should ask our resident filmmaker and director, sniper, how he does them?

He uses a Mac

And when I say uses a Mac, he's the most pro-Apple person you could meet



I thought I was able to spot the higher quality output that using a Mac brings. Good man.
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by sniper236 @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:01 pm

TKF wrote:
C2. wrote:
blubey! wrote:Every single thing I do on this computer results in the message (not responding).

It is a monumental, head-strangling, frenulum-snipping pain.

Maybe you should ask our resident filmmaker and director, sniper, how he does them?

He uses a Mac

And when I say uses a Mac, he's the most pro-Apple person you could meet


Its true. Every time someone has mentioned their struggles with post-production, I really have to count to 10 in order to stop myself preaching about macs.

But since you bring it up........... :)

The airplane scene the first movie I've edited on a mac.
Never even opened iMovie before last night.
15 minutes after I loaded the clips onto my hard drive, the scene was edited and included the title / end sequences.
Then exported it to youtube.
Its intuitive and user-friendly, like pretty much every other mac product.

That is the plain and simple reason I switched from pc to mac.
Everything I did on my pc (installations, editing, connecting), it felt like I was fighting the pc to get it to work.
With a mac, its like an escort service. Its ready, willing and able to please you in anything you desire.
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by Disastrous @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:06 pm

sniper236 wrote:
TKF wrote:
C2. wrote:
blubey! wrote:Every single thing I do on this computer results in the message (not responding).

It is a monumental, head-strangling, frenulum-snipping pain.

Maybe you should ask our resident filmmaker and director, sniper, how he does them?

He uses a Mac

And when I say uses a Mac, he's the most pro-Apple person you could meet


Its true. Every time someone has mentioned their struggles with post-production, I really have to count to 10 in order to stop myself preaching about macs.

But since you bring it up........... :)

The airplane scene the first movie I've edited on a mac.
Never even opened iMovie before last night.
15 minutes after I loaded the clips onto my hard drive, the scene was edited and included the title / end sequences.
Then exported it to youtube.
Its intuitive and user-friendly, like pretty much every other mac product.

That is the plain and simple reason I switched from pc to mac.
Everything I did on my pc (installations, editing, connecting), it felt like I was fighting the pc to get it to work.
With a mac, its like an escort service. Its ready, willing and able to please you in anything you desire.


Seconded. Utterly.
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by thekungfury @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:20 pm

When it comes to Mac, sniper is a cnut
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by sniper236 @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:38 pm

TKF wrote:When it comes to Mac, sniper is a cnut


Seconded. Utterly.
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by Pigeon @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 2:33 pm

blubey! wrote:
blindswelledrat wrote:
Pigeon wrote:I don't know why it's in black and white, the video camera was being a cnut.

Die Hard 2


THat just takes me to some wierd download site which tries to make me buy stuff :confused:


With pop ups that won't go away.

Shame Pigeon!


It's a download site from which you can download the video. I chose that particular one because it works without enabling cookies and it doesn't make you piss about waiting for a timeout before you can download the video.

And it doesn't give me any popups nor any other advertising that I've noticed. I would suggest that those so afflicted ought to upgrade their adblocking. Which is always worth doing to make the internet in general a tolerable experience.

C2. wrote:stick it on youtube P so we can see it.


CBA to create a new youtube channel just to put one video on.

Perhaps there ought to be a CTF youtube channel that we can all upload stuff to?
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by Pigeon @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 2:59 pm

Where is it? Googling for chew the fat youtube only reveals one or two of our actual threads and also a scurrilous impostor.
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by scotal @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 3:00 pm

Has one of you taken the method acting a bit too far??
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/5/20100723/tod ... 0a197.html
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by Pigeon @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 3:08 pm

scotal wrote:Has one of you taken the method acting a bit too far??
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/5/20100723/tod ... 0a197.html


article wrote:A man dubbed the "Bouquet Bandit" was arrested the day before for robbing a bank armed with a bunch of flowers.


Python meets reality...
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by Nicol@ @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:42 pm

Pigeon wrote:I don't know why it's in black and white, the video camera was being a cnut.

Die Hard 2


Is the garden OK? :eek:
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Re: CTFers recreate famous movie scenes

Post by Pigeon @ Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:03 pm

Nicol@ wrote:
Pigeon wrote:I don't know why it's in black and white, the video camera was being a cnut.

Die Hard 2


Is the garden OK? :eek:


There's a big black burnt streak down the middle of it now :hehe: reckon it won't take long to vanish though.

Silver wrote:
~G~ wrote:I think silver made one ages ago :)


I am making a YouTube channel, just getting to grips with it.


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