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revised What is Rotti Largo's terminal illness?
deleted 10 characters in body; edited title
Feb
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reviewed Reject Group of people hangs out in some underground place (entrance: cap in the ground)
Feb
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reviewed Approve Paul Walker's role in Fast and furious 7?
Feb
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comment Association between antagonists in Iron Man 1 and Iron Man 3
I've added some info to the answer.
Feb
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revised Association between antagonists in Iron Man 1 and Iron Man 3
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Feb
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comment Association between antagonists in Iron Man 1 and Iron Man 3
LOL - I see your point, but I don't really think production companies as big as Disney/Marvel allow nerd rage to shape their plans.
Feb
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answered Association between antagonists in Iron Man 1 and Iron Man 3
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reviewed Reject Is the ending of the movie “Taking Lives” legally justified?
Jan
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comment Why does the director's name always show up in the end of the credits?
This was why George left the DGA immediately afterwards. Also why his films could tenuously be called 'indie' productions.
Jan
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answered Did the Trolls and Kristoff know/remember Anna?
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awarded  Good Answer
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comment Is Lt. Hicox correct in his comparison of Joseph Goebbels with David O. Selznick?
Solid answer +1
Jan
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comment What is a seamless cross-cutting transition called?
And yes - I just challenged the mighty wikipedia - LOL.
Jan
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comment What is a seamless cross-cutting transition called?
I think this wiki entry is wrong. I was always taught that a match cut is an edit where an action continues seamlessly through an edit - for example, a person goes to pick up a bottle in a medium shot, cut to a close-up of the person's hand grabbing the bottle. The action is seamless, and referred to a match cut. It's the same for a character walking into camera and then away in two shots, with the rhythm and pacing unaffected by the cut.
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answered What is a seamless cross-cutting transition called?