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re: Jason Whitten every time he's on camera - Jack Ruby
Yes, he's that bad....
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Jason Whitten every time he's on camera - Jack Ruby
[img]https://media.giphy.com/media/ftXmTBgSnsJ8c/giphy.gif[/img] Someone has obviously coached him to be "enthusiastic" and "football guy," but man if that dude is not the most uncomfortable looking cat on a television broadcast... ...
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re: President Trump rally with Sen. Cruz in Houston, TX IN-GAME THREAD - Jack Ruby
I have more Indian blood Than she has... And I have none! ...
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re: President Trump rally with Sen. Cruz in Houston, TX IN-GAME THREAD - Jack Ruby
Trump killing this thing... The "bay-toe" line was incredible...
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re: Why do black and white films have better lighting than modern ones? - Jack Ruby
Firs off, the markup for Hollywood grade filming and lighting equipment is beyond astronomical. They can do it because there has been a market rate that high forever and outside of about 3 or 4 companies in the world, no one else makes equipment on that level. Let's just take the newst major Holl...
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re: Lawrence of Arabia - Jack Ruby
[quote]Watch it again after some time and you will like it more... then watch it again after some time and you may come to love it. Lawrence is one of those films that you miss the depth of it on the first watch.[/quote] This is probably accurate. I loathed 2001 the first time I saw it... I t...
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re: Why do black and white films have better lighting than modern ones? - Jack Ruby
[quote]Quality and informative post. I was just going off of B&W experience and not considering the films being made were in 16mm for school projects...and the massive amount of lighting needed.[/quote] Yeah, that's kind of dealing with exposure, too and the need to be more precise with certain s...
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re: Lawrence of Arabia - Jack Ruby
What's a huge shame is that now they wouldn't even attempt to film it in a desert, it would automatically be thrown into a stduio with green screens. Damn shame, too. I think the best scequence upon review is easily the entrance of Ali from the "mirage" when he comes to see his well. From the ...
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re: Generation Wealth: a documentary about our craving for cash - Jack Ruby
Wealth and social status is nothing new to any certain "generation." The longing for sociatal privelages brought on by money and power is as old as humanity itself. It's who we are. It won't change. Only by total authoritarian regimes like old feudalism or communism is it even curbed and that's o...
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re: Why do Movies have such crappy features these days? - Jack Ruby
Why put all the extra effort and money into bluray features when the market has all but dried up. That's at least the studios mindset now. ...
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re: Blake Bortles Has Been Benched - Jack Ruby
I had no idea Kessler was still in the league... Jags are fukked... Might as well tank from hear on out ...
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re: Halloween scares up $77 million at the weekend box office - Jack Ruby
I don't even like horror or slasher films, but I actually want to see this in a theater. The marketing for this movie has been excellent, plus, from the previews, it has the same feel of the original. ...
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Lawrence of Arabia - Jack Ruby
I finally got around to seeing the film for the first time. I didn't not like it and I didn't love it either. But I am glad I've finally seen it all the way through. I understand it's significance and there are some shots and sequences that are absolutely awe inspiring. It kind of felt li...
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re: Why do black and white films have better lighting than modern ones? - Jack Ruby
[quote]Color has much more leeway...you can be lazy...hell you can use just daylight and candles as Kubrick did in Barry Lyndon to be creative...and add an aesthetic. [/quote] It has nothing to do with color or black and white, it has everything to do with the film's "speed" or iso or asa, whatev...
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re: Where will Jeff Brohm be coaching next year? - Jack Ruby
What's amazing is that Tennessee interviewed both he and Leach... And hired neither one of them. They wee beat out by a guy who had zero experience as a HC..stunning....
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re: Dodgers v Red Sox - Who will the MSB be rooting for - Jack Ruby
Red Sox are actually a very likable team (aside form Price), Cora too. Dodgers, not so much. ...
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re: Where will Jeff Brohm be coaching next year? - Jack Ruby
Auburn can't buy out Gus (he would be great there though), only his ties would be a seller at UL, and I dont think he fits well at USC....
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re: Today is College Football... - Jack Ruby
I love the NFL...I love the skill and (formerly) the hard nosed defenses...but scenes like Wazzu and W. Lafayette are untouchable basically by any other sport. It's what makes the sport so magical. ...
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re: Nobody can make desolate, nothing programs relevant like the Pirate - Jack Ruby
[quote]think he’d have done fine at Tennessee[/quote] He would. Of the bigger SEC campuses, I think his best fit would be Arkansas or Tennessee. They're both his kind of towns and his kind of area. ...
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Nobody can make desolate, nothing programs relevant like the Pirate - Jack Ruby
From a before dawn start to late night finish, the entire day of Wazzumania was one for the ages. The Palouse is now on my CFB bucket list. If some major program doesn't go after the Pirate at years end, it's insane. Just imagine what he could do if he even had top 30 recruiting classes. ...
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