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  1. Thread: Riddick III

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    Closed: Wow, I wasn't aware how financially invested Vin...

    Wow, I wasn't aware how financially invested Vin was in this movie. Sounds like it never would have happened without him.
  2. Closed: I'm pretty sure emanswfan's previous comment is...

    I'm pretty sure emanswfan's previous comment is true, so hopefully you can find a workaround.
  3. Closed: Hahah. Awesomeness. :)

    Hahah. Awesomeness. :)
  4. Closed: So what would a Movie-to-TV be classified as?

    So what would a Movie-to-TV be classified as?
  5. Closed: That is a good way of thinking about it and does...

    That is a good way of thinking about it and does make more sense to me that this information might be useful to a viewer.

    What did you think about my TV-to-Movie comment?
  6. Thread: The Hobbit

    by geminigod
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    Closed: Not only did Evangeline get stuck in another love...

    Not only did Evangeline get stuck in another love triangle, but so did the audience. This is yet another direct similarity with LOTR where it unnecessarily feels like they are trying to artificially...
  7. Closed: To be more specific while I am on a creative roll...

    To be more specific while I am on a creative roll here… I just looked at all the IFDB categories. The only three that bother me are fanfix, fan mix, and TV-to-Movie edits. In the crazy world of my...
  8. Closed: I guess I still struggle with the difference...

    I guess I still struggle with the difference between a fan mix and fan fix. I get the idea in principle of course, but it still seems kinda gray to me in lots of cases. I don't really know how...
  9. Closed: Interesting article. I like how he talks about...

    Interesting article. I like how he talks about the art of fanediting ultimately being a reductive process. I have tried in both of my released edits to skirt around this and actually add something...
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    Closed: Wow, lots if info here from google. Sounds...

    Wow, lots if info here from google. Sounds pretty serious:
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    Closed: Lol. Bust out some wine, show her Spaceballs,...

    Lol. Bust out some wine, show her Spaceballs, get laid, and call it a day.
  12. Thread: The Hobbit

    by geminigod
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    Closed: Mental fan editing is the best! Sometimes I...

    Mental fan editing is the best! Sometimes I mentally fan edit my friends and family too.
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    Closed: I have yet to see F&F 3 & 4. So then I looked...

    I have yet to see F&F 3 & 4. So then I looked and was surprised to see there are no F&F fan edits!
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    Closed: Thanks Wayne! Will keep that in mind. Any...

    Thanks Wayne! Will keep that in mind.

    Any chance you can do a decent old Leonard Nemoy Spock impersonation?? It would greatly improve my current project if I could figure out a way to make the...
  15. Thread: The Hobbit

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    Closed: Its a difficult comparison, but there are clear...

    Its a difficult comparison, but there are clear similarities in their creation and in their (IMO) utter failure to live up to viewer expectations. Though I would agree that they fail in different...
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    Closed: I wouldn't be opposed to some sort of sticky or...

    I wouldn't be opposed to some sort of sticky or section where people could post their willingness to do voice work and state what actors they can impersonate well, but judging from past efforts on...
  17. Sticky: Review the part of the thread that talks about...

    Review the part of the thread that talks about lossless video and audio formats that are mostly just used for editing vs. lossy viewing formats that comprises pretty much anything digital that you...
  18. Thread: The Hobbit

    by geminigod
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    Closed: Hobbit 1 had very enjoyable moments for me. I...

    Hobbit 1 had very enjoyable moments for me. I felt like it just needed a bit of trimming. Hobbit 2 is a disaster IMO. How is it possible to mess up the Smaug scene so badly? And what is with the...
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    Closed: Ugh, I hope not. I feel like the market is...

    Ugh, I hope not. I feel like the market is already saturated.
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    Closed: I think they went a bit too far with the makeup...

    I think they went a bit too far with the makeup for the Remans and trying to make them all scary looking. I might have bought it more they had just slight evolutionary differences due to extreme...
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    Closed: The Remans and Picard clone did feel a bit...

    The Remans and Picard clone did feel a bit contrived until my most recent viewing, which for some reason didn't feel that way. It seemed like a reasonable idea to clone important federation people...
  22. Closed: Such as posting something pointless on a 3 month...

    Such as posting something pointless on a 3 month old technical thread. I'm already annoyed.
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    Closed: Star Trek Nemesis

    I have gone through phases with this movie, but I think I am slowly circling back around to the idea that it is better than people give it credit for. It is my 2nd favorite of the Next Gen movies.
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    Closed: The Blacklist

    I'm really enjoying this new show so far. First regular network show I have enjoyed in ages. It might turn to crap but seems like they know what they are doing and where they are going so far.
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    Closed: Poor kid. Being non-racist isn't always easy for...

    Poor kid. Being non-racist isn't always easy for a white boy! He pulled through though.
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