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by ragul712
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: What was the last movie you watched? III
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What was the last movie you watched? III

m4st4 wrote:
Fellini at his autobiographical best, the story about film making, creation and inspiration itself. If I had to choose one of those lovely Italian beauties, I'd choose Claudia Cardinale - now, that's a muse.
What did you think of La Dolce Vita? I think it's his masterpiece.
by ragul712
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: Top 5 Most Anticipated Performances for 2012.
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Top 5 Most Anticipated Performances for 2012.

I'm looking forward to:

Leonardo DiCaprio in Django Unchained, Christoph Waltz in Django Unchained, Joseph Gordon Levitt in Looper, Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises, and Tom Hardy in The Dark Knight Rises.
by ragul712
Forum: Movies & TV
Topic: What was the last movie you watched? III
Replies: 10131
Views: 417976

What was the last movie you watched? III

I just got and watched two movies, so I’ll review them on here :D Brick (7/10) Written and directed by the guy who’s going to make Looper, Ryan Johnson. Joseph Gordon-Levitt was very good, and the script was nice and full of twists. Extremely overlooked, I only just found out it existed. Up in the A...
by ragul712
Forum: Aspiring Filmmakers
Topic: Books
Replies: 14
Views: 2573

Books

Just throwing this in here, I remember hearing that Quentin Tarantino, the director of Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, never went to film school or read books on film. Instead, he learned by going to the movies and working at a video store. Correct me if this is wrong :crazy:
by ragul712
Forum: Aspiring Filmmakers
Topic: "The Hitman" a new short
Replies: 13
Views: 1981

"The Hitman" a new short

You did a very good job, the camerawork was great. I have a T2i, is that very different from the 7D? Is that camera heavier/does it provide better quality? I've heard it is more rugged, so I am thinking of upgrading.
by ragul712
Forum: Aspiring Filmmakers
Topic: Books
Replies: 14
Views: 2573

Books

I would recommend the book "Screenwriting is Storytelling" by Kate Wright. Besides showing great original ways to make a creative script, it also provides tips for it to sell.

Also, this is my first post on the forum even though I have joined for a month. Hello world :wave: