Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by 94RedSiGal, Jun 3, 2004.
Check this out... lol
gonna have to agree with ^^^^
eh... I'm bored and it's still better than the honeymoon jokes. Well imo anyway. Besides I would love a job on a movie set watching for mistakes like these during the production process.
Me too. That would be one of the best jobs ever. Free movies and you get to criticize people!
Most movies are shot with scenes in reverse chronological order. So the wardrobe, haircuts, body damages need to be kept consistent within the timeframes.
Right, I know. But I was also talking about after the final product is finished.
Okay! You can be a film critic and I can work on the movie sets... you can have the free movies and I can meet the stars.
That's a cool site....I had fun looking up other movies.
Being an Antiques professional, you can easily get an on-set job as a researcher for a movie company.
There is a CT based movie company, Soundview Productions. They have made a few movies, most popular is www.treesthemovie.com. I have worked with them to create accurate and historically significant electronics props, from the 50's and 60's.
Don't look for pay.
They left out one thing from the movie that I noticed about this quote. If he blew out the floor panel, how can Vin get in the car from the passenger side and sit with his feet not dragging on the ground.
um... the whole movie and movie series was a mistake...so I guess there's 72 mistakes.
Actually no... both those movies were very decent money makers:
Box Office History for Fast and the Furious Movies
Basically the two movies cost $114,000,000 to make... the total US Gross was $271,632,368, with a Worldwide Gross of $422,800,000. That's about $300 million dollars in profits... So no... making those movies was not a mistake.
And a to you too Will....
they still sucked.
right back atcha
They may have sucked donkey balls... but making them still wasn't a mistake. I'll take that kind of moolah any day...
right back atcha!!!!
It wasn't a mistake, I know you guys still liked it, even though it had all those mistakes, you can't tell me that it didn't get you pumped up for a race.
That person is called a QCer (Quality Control). I was offered that job where I work but I did not want to sit in a room staring at a screen for 8-12 hours a day.
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