Oke ik ben jaloers…

Deze dude snapt het melange van hiphop en geekyness…
GeekMinded moet wel zijn startpagina zijn!
Wat een held!!

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NBS Nightly News with Ted Philips, March 11th 1970

Better blue than red….goddamn commies!

This excerpt from a 1970 edition of NBS Nightly News (anchored by NBS stalwart Ted Philips) features a special report from co-anchor Jim Sizemore looking back at ten years of Dr Manhattan.

“Mary and Max”

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De openingfilm van het Sundance Film Festival!
Zoals voorheen…een studio nodig…
Ziet er zeker interessant uit en openingsfilm betekent meestal veel buzz!

“Mary and Max” is unique. A claymation animation by Academy Award–winning filmmaker Adam Elliot (Harvie Krumpet), it tells the simple story of a 20-year pen-pal friendship between two very different people: Mary Dinkle, a chubby, lonely 8-year-old girl living in the suburbs of Melbourne, and Max Horowitz, a 44-year-old Jewish man, who is severely obese, suffers from Asperger’s syndrome, and lives an isolated life in New York City. It is very much a triumph of emotion, insight, and eccentricity—a complete delight.Animation’s ability to capture the intricate complexity of life has never been on display in as absorbing fashion as with the storytelling of this Australian filmmaker, who truly makes you forget what you are watching. The originality of the voices in this ever-spinning kaleidoscope of innocence and idiosyncrasy comes straight from an incredibly rich imagination and complete artistic vision. This desire for acceptance and love amid the pain of existence is masterfully narrated by Barry Humphries and fleshed out by the voices of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Toni Collette.This film that explores friendship, autism, taxidermy, psychiatry, alcoholism, where babies come from, obesity, kleptomania, trust, copulating dogs, sexual and religious differences, agoraphobia, and more, and is rooted in a very personal relationship, is proof of why we go to the movies and a truly exceptional portrait of compassion and love.

Ooo Japan…

Big Man Japan baby!!!
Tis net zoals een docu geschoten, wat een real-life effect geeft!
I’m sold!
De film is wel al heeeeel lang wachtend om uit te komen…het wordt echt tijd!

A middle-aged slacker living in a rundown, graffiti-ridden slum, Daisato’s job involves being shocked by bolts of electricity that transform him into a stocky, stick-wielding giant several stories high who is entrusted with defending Japan from a host of bizarre monsters. But while his predecessors were national heroes, he is a pariah among the citizens he protects, who bitterly complain about the noise and destruction of property he causes. And Daisato has his own problems – an agent insistent on branding him with sponsor advertisements, an Alzheimer-afflicted grandfather who transforms into a giant in dirty underwear, and a family who is embarrassed by his often cowardly exploits. A wickedly deadpan spin on the giant Japanese superhero, “Big Man Japan” is an outrageous portrait of a pathetic but truly unique hero.

“Mystery Team” trailer!

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Hier een trailer van een van de films van het Sundance Film Festival.
Zware buzz hier om heen en ik zie wel waarom…dit lijkt me echt tof…nu alleen nog een studio voor de distrubutie en tis compleet!
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At age seven, Oakdale’s Mystery Team was a band of kid detectives dedicated to solving child-sized mysteries (like who put their finger in the pie, and who stole the tricycle), and the town loved them for it. Now they’re eighteen years old, about to graduate from high school, yet they’re still storming the playground to bust little kids, and the town of Oakdale is sick to death of it.

When a little girl sees their sign advertising “Mysteries Solved, Ten Cents,” she asks the gang to find out who killed her parents. The Team embarks on a mystery that takes them deep into a violent conspiracy that sees their lives threatened, their friendship strained and tests their claim that they’re “real detectives.”

Star Wars: Retold!! Door iemand die de films niet gezien heeft!

Hahaha! Geweldig!

My friend Amanda had never seen a whole Star Wars film. When I asked her if she wanted to watch the original trilogy she said that she would, but that she already knew what happens. So I took out my voice recorder and asked her to start from the top.

I then created some very basic animation in Final Cut to go along with her narration.

Bijna…bijna!

3-jarige kunnen het ook!

“Pineapple Express” alternate ending! Pauwpouw!