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discuss *******hipfox****/forum/posts/id_75/ share your thoughts about this movie on the official forum! Tommy Lee Jones ... Sheriff Ed Tom Bell Javier Bardem ... Anton Chigurh Josh Brolin ... Llewelyn Moss Woody Harrelson ... Carson Wells Kelly Macdonald ... Carla Jean Moss Garret Dillahunt ... Deputy Wendell Tess Harper ... Loretta Bell Barry Corbin ... Ellis Stephen Root ... Man Who Hires Wells Rodger Boyce ... El Paso Sheriff Beth Grant ... Agnes - Carla Jean's Mom Ana Reeder ... Poolside Woman Kit Gwin ... Molly - Sheriff Bell's Secretary Zach Hopkins ... Strangled Deputy Chip Love ... Man in Ford Eduardo Antonio Garcia ... 'Agua' Man Gene Jones ... Gas Station Proprietor Myk Watford ... 'Managerial' Victim #1 Boots Southerland ... 'Managerial' Victim #2 Kathy Lamkin ... Desert Aire Manager Johnnie Hector ... Cabbie at Bus Station Margaret Bowman ... Del Rio Motel Clerk Thomas Kopache ... Boot Salesman Jason Douglas ... Cabbie at Motel Doris Hargrave ... Waitress Rutherford Cravens ... Gun Store Clerk Matthew Posey ... Sporting Goods Clerk George Adelo ... Mexican in Bathtub Mathew Greer ... Hitchhiking Driver Trent Moore ... Nervous Accountant Marc Miles ... Hotel Eagle Clerk Luce Rains ... Pickup Driver Philip Bentham ... Border Bridge Youth Josh Meyer ... Border Bridge Youth Chris Warner ... Flatbed Driver Brandon Smith ... INS Official Roland Uribe ... Well Dressed Mexican (as H. Roland Uribe) Richard Jackson ... Chicken Farmer Josh Blaylock ... Boy on Bike #1 Caleb Jones ... Boy on Bike #2 Dorsey Ray ... Odessa Cabbie Angel H. Alvarado ... Norteño Band Member David A. Gomez ... Norteño Band Member Milton Hernandez ... Norteño Band Member John Mancha ... Norteño Band Member rest of cast listed alphabetically: Scott Flick ... Cab Driver Elizabeth Slagsvol ... Nurse (uncredited) Create a character page for: ? Produced by Ethan Coen .... producer Joel Coen .... producer David Diliberto .... associate producer Robert Graf .... executive producer Mark Roybal .... executive producer Scott Rudin .... producer Original Music by Carter Burwell Cinematography by Roger Deakins Film Editing by Ethan Coen (as Roderick Jaynes) Joel Coen (as Roderick Jaynes) Casting by Ellen Chenoweth Production Design by Jess Gonchor Art Direction by John P. Goldsmith Set Decoration by Nancy Haigh Costume Design by Mary Zophres Makeup Department Brian Hillard .... special makeup effects artist Geordie Sheffer .... key hair stylist Dave Snyder .... special makeup effects artist Christien Tinsley .... key makeup artist Christien Tinsley .... makeup artist: Javier Bardem Corey Welk .... additional assistant makeup artist Production Management Karen Ruth Getchell .... production supervisor Robert Graf .... unit production manager Omar Veytia .... production manager: Mexico Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Bac DeLorme .... second assistant director Peter Dress .... second assistant director: second unit Betsy Magruder .... assistant director Donald Murphy .... first assistant director: second unit Taylor Phillips .... second second assistant director Taylor Phillips .... second unit director Art Department Chris Alvarez .... welding foreman J. Todd Anderson .... storyboard artist Mark Bankins .... set dresser Pedro Barquin .... stand-by greens Marcia Calosio .... assistant set decorator John C. Cameron .... assistant property master John C. Cameron .... property master: second unit Dennis Collins .... stand-by painter Sage Emmett Connell .... set dresser Chadney Everett .... set dresser gangboss James Fowler .... set dresser Bobbi Jo Gonzales .... props Peter Grendle .... art department assistant Deborah Jensen .... assistant art director Caylen Johnson .... welding gangboss Roberta Marquez .... art department coordinator Randy Moffitt .... prop maker Cee Moravec .... on-set dresser Tony Perez .... lead man Scott Troha .... lead man Keith Walters .... property master Christopher Windisch .... construction coordinator Jeri Woodward .... paint foreman Randal Woodward .... lead scenic Sound Department Craig Berkey .... sound designer Craig Berkey .... sound re-recording mixer Joel Dougherty .... assistant sound editor Cole Gittinger .... utility sound technician Catherine Harper .... foley artist Eric Harwood .... sound re-recordist Kenton Jakub .... adr editor Randall L. Johnson .... boom operator Jeff Knudsen .... sound mixer: second unit Peter F. Kurland .... production sound mixer Skip Lievsay .... sound re-recording mixer Skip Lievsay .... supervising sound editor Christopher Moriana .... foley artist Greg Orloff .... sound re-recording mixer Derek Pippert .... foley recordist Derek Vanderhorst .... foley editor Byron Wilson .... dialogue editor Special Effects by Mark Ballou .... fabricator: Tinsley Transfers Inc. Peter Chesney Jr. .... special effects foreman Peter Chesney .... special effects coordinator Tom Chesney .... special effects technician Paul Deely .... special effects Megan Flagg .... special makeup effects artist: Tinsley Transfers Jason Hamer .... special effects coordinator Caylen Johnson .... special effects technician Emmet Kane .... special effects technician Sandra Stewart .... special effects technician Russell Tamillo .... special effects first assistant Diane Woodhouse .... special effects shop coordinator Visual Effects by Robert Adams .... digital compositor Alexandre Cancado .... visual effects Vincent Cirelli .... visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures Daniel Craemer .... digital artist Chad Dombrova .... lead technical director: Luma Pictures David V. Fedele .... visual effects: Luma Pictures Cameron Gray .... animation supervisor: Luma Pictures H Haden Hammond .... sequence supervisor: Luma Pictures John R. Hazzard .... character animator: Luma Pictures David Hochstadter .... digital artist: Luma Pictures Wendy Klein .... visual effects: Luma Pictures Valy Lungoccia .... visual effects Ashok Nayar .... visual effects coordinator: Luma Pictures Ben Neall .... texture artist: Luma Pictures Pavel Pranevsky .... digital artist: Luma Pictures Pimentel A. Raphael .... lead animator Burke Roane .... lead animator: Luma Pictures Charles Scott IV .... digital compositor Gabe Shedd .... visual effects staff Joey Sila .... digital effects artist: Luma Pictures Jared Simeth .... digital compositor: Luma Pictures Thanapoom Siripopungul .... visual effects artist: Luma Pictures Steven Swanson .... visual effects supervising producer: Luma Pictures Jason Yanofsky .... senior lighting/compositing Stunts Christopher Lee Bailey .... stunt performer Laurence Chavez .... stunts Eddie J. Fernandez .... stunt performer Jim Henry .... stunt double: Chip Love Jery Hewitt .... stunt coordinator Toby Holguin .... stunts Brett A. Myrick .... utility stunts Mark Norby .... stunt double: Josh Brolin Steve Rizzo .... stunt double: Zach Hopkins Camera and Electrical Department Phil Abeyta .... rigging electrician Darrick Akey .... assistant camera Ron Alexus .... assistant chief lighting technician Liza Bambenek .... second assistant camera Thomas Bango .... first assistant camera Roger Basquette .... digital video assist operator Paul Birk .... assistant chief lighting technician: second unit Josh Blakeslee .... second assistant camera Bryan Booth .... rigging electric best boy Chris Carroll .... camera production assistant Kevin Fahey .... rigging grip best boy Richard Foreman Jr. .... still photographer Charley Gilleran .... rigging key grip George Greene .... electrician Bruce Hamme .... dolly grip Trevor Howe .... grip Gary Kangrga .... celebrity rigging grip Scott Kidner .... chief lighting technician: second unit Nikki LeBlanc .... rigging electrician Mitchell Andrew Lillian .... key grip Jeff Lomaglio .... grip Damon Marcellino .... assistant chief lighting technician: re-shoots Rick Marroquin .... dolly grip Jesse Mather .... lighting technician Glenn E. Moran .... rigging electric David Jaxx Nagro .... grip Ray Ortega .... rigging electrician Philip C. Pfeiffer .... camera operator: second unit Donis Rhoden .... key grip: Mexico Val Schubert .... grip Michael J. Schwartz .... electrician Jim Threadgill .... rigging grip Greg Travis .... rigging electrician Alan Trever .... rigging grip Alexis van Kersen Li .... film loader Peter Weidenfeller .... grip Casting Department Jo Edna Boldin .... casting: New Mexico Elizabeth Gabel .... extras casting Barbara Harris .... adr voice casting Marie A. Kohl .... local casting associate Amelia Rasche .... casting associate Rachel Tenner .... casting associate Costume and Wardrobe Department Aleah Ames .... key costumer Lori DeLapp .... costume supervisor Jenny Eagan .... assistant costume designer Emily Egge .... set costumer Delia Hauser .... costumer Christine Hawes .... costumer Nikki Kelly .... wardrobe production assistant Claire Sandrin .... key set costumer Mary Beth Sterling .... costume production assistant: Los Angeles Editorial Department Kenny Becker .... color timer Catherine Farrell .... post-production coordinator Michael Hatzer .... supervising digital colorist: Efilm Neil A. Stelzner .... associate editor Music Department Michael Farrow .... score mixer Gordon Gottlieb .... musician Todd Kasow .... music editor Sandra Park .... conductor John Patitucci .... musician Chris Robertson .... music clearance David Torn .... musician Transportation Department Lyle Christensen .... shotmaker driver John Christopher Hicks .... driver Jack Prince .... driver Paul Ripple .... transportation office coordinator Faith Strongheart .... driver: cast Jeff J. Williams .... driver: vip Other crew Andrew P. Aguilar .... additional set production assistant Jeremy Alter .... location manager: additional photography William Arute .... stand-in: Josh Brolin Sage Asteak .... production assistant David E. Augustson .... set armorer Cassandra Barbour .... rights and clearances Mark Brooks .... animal trainer Doug Burch .... adr voice Jeremy Burnell .... stand-in: Javier Bardem Maritza Carbajal .... set production assistant Michael Chochol .... staff assistant: camera department Stephen Clarke .... production assistant Paul Conti .... video playback engineer Rob Corlew .... assistant production coordinator Michael Dellheim .... location manager Roman Diaz .... production assistant Carrie Fleming .... assistant to actor Jennifer Zolten Freed .... post-production accountant Robbie Friedmann .... location manager: Texas Rachael Lin Gallaghan .... production coordinator Henry Herman .... stand-in: Rodger Boyce Heather Holty .... digital laboratory project manager Matthew Honovic .... assistant: Mr. Rudin Sterling Howard .... stand-in: Javier Bardem Thomas Johnston .... script supervisor Nathan Kelly .... assistant: Mr. Rudin Jesse Kobayashi .... digital laboratory project manager Cheryl Kurk .... production accountant Catie Laffoon .... production assistant Louis A. Lanni .... set production assistant Brian G. Lax .... set medic Mimi N. McGreal .... travel coordinator Marcus Montano .... location scout Laura O'Keefe .... additional set production assistant Jason Owen .... wrangler James P. Queen .... assistant: Mr. Rudin Kristen Rakes .... assistant to actor Jeremy Reisig .... set production assistant Howard Samuelsohn .... dialect coach Dee Schuka .... post-production accountant Philip Seeger .... set production assistant Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances Sue Smith .... assistant production coordinator: Marfa, TX Todd Spears .... payroll accountant Louise Spencer .... publicist Rebecca Puck Stair .... assistant location manager Steve White .... assistant location manager Melissa Wiseman .... key second assistant accountant Karen Yokomizo .... first assistant accountant Travis Quentin Young .... adr voice Carlos A. Montoya .... stand-in (uncredited)
9 Dec 2007
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*******www.MarqueApartments**** Gainesville Apartments For Rent The Marque at Heritage Hunt Community Realty Management-CRM The Marque at Heritage Hunt 13550 Heathcote Blvd Gainesville, VA 20155 (855) 872-0840 Carol Bray - Resident I would definitely recommend The Marque to somebody else for the reason that it is like a home. It's not like an apartment, this is a home, and has so many nice features and you just feel like it’s your home, the whole building is your home not just your apartment. Pamela George – Resident When I first came to look at the community, I really liked all the different amenities that they had to offer, and everybody was really very friendly, I really liked the variety of the floor plans and all the space that the apartments had. Richard Smith – Resident I’m retired, I’ve been retired now since 1991, and majority of my free time is spent on a golf course. That was the primary reason for moving in the area. As well as my other passion, which is working in the gym, working out, and I found that the facilities for both was unlimited. Pamela George – Resident The amenities here, there’s there’s a variety of them. You know, one of my favorite ones though, I have to the swimming pool, area and the patio area, which is done absolutely beautiful. It’s very very, relaxing. Also, they...the big great room downstairs, is nice for get-togethers, and then there’s the library. Peggy Magruder - Resident You have the game room, and we have the, the crafts room and the, the hair salon, and the golf outside, and the Farmer’s Market. I can just go to the Farmer’s Market and pick up my fresh produce. But there’s so many things HERE that you really could live here without leaving. Richard Smith – Resident Within walking distance, there is everything we need in terms of service, doctor (wife) dentist, (husband) medical needs, hospital. You have easy access to 29, 66, 15, The location for this apartment is incredible, because you’re in the country, you can hear the train whistle, you can see the open fields and the the greenery. But then also, you’re near the conveniences, you’re near the shopping places, you’re near conveniences of being in a city, but you kinda got the best of both worlds. Carol Bray - Resident I have a lovely apartment it has an entryway fourier, that is so pretty and gives privacy, so that you’re not just walking directly into the apartment, and then when you go around, and get into my apartment, my dining room and kitchen have 20-foot ceilings. Eddie George - Resident We do have a lot of clothes, and I take up a majority of the closet, so I was very pleased to have a big closet, and a large bedroom. Richard Smith – Resident I like the balcony. It overlooks the pool, and the putting green. It's private...there’s a degree of privacy, even though it’s a multi-family dwelling. I feel...we have a sense of privacy...and community. Vera Smith - Resident It's great. That's the wonderful thing about living here. You request something and before you can get back to your apartment its done. Eddie George - Resident The people that live here are very friendly. Most of the neighbors support each other and help out. Carol Bray - Resident I’ve lived in in quite a few, really nice luxury apartments, and this one by far, I’m more comfortable than any I’ve been in before. Vera Smith - Resident And I really feel that there should be more places like The Marque, throughout, the country Search for more Apartments For Rent in New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Indiana, Missouri and the U.S. Virgin Islands. *******www****munityrealtymanagement****/ Google Map ******* Check in and check us out on Foursquare *******4sq****/yINJFv Check out our "Apartment Video Tour" #TheMarqueatHeritageHunt *******www.videoapt****/tabid/105/VPID/3726/VP/TheMarqueatHeritageHunt/Default.aspx
31 Oct 2013
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This will be my final video of GUN for the PlayStation 2. Here, you'll get to see a bit of the two bonuses unlocked after completing all of the missions (including the side-missions) in the game; if you want to see those side-missions or need help on any of them, I have uploaded my completion of all of them. They are viewable in my GUN playlist; the link will be at the bottom of this description. The first unlockable shown here is Reverend Reed's armored horse. This was seen in the boss fight against him in the second part of Mission 16: Battle at the Steamboat. You can spur it an unlimited amount of times and it will never lose health. Too bad you couldn't use this earlier in the game during some of the missions. The second unlockable shown here is Magruder's Cannon Nock Gun, a very awesome weapon that shoots cannonballs. Needless to say, this thing is powerful; it goes in Cole's Shotgun slot. Also shown in the video is a tutorial on how to unlock the New Game+ Easter Egg. Make sure your annotations are on. If you want to check out some of my previous GUN videos, you can check out my GUN playlist here: ***********/view_play_list?p=2266811D064F1D11 Thanks for watching!
15 Dec 2009
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A short mini-biography of Adolf Hitler's childhood. Patrick Wetzel as Adolf Hitler/Adolf Hitler's abusive father/Himself Dylan Murphy as Adolf Hitler/Adolf Hitler's raging alcoholic mother/Himself Written by Patrick Wetzel Shot, Cut, & Directed by Kevin Michaluk Thanks to Adult Swim's (Cartoon Network) Robot Chicken for the "Li'l Hitler" cartoon and to I'm not sure for The Disco Fuhrer video. Shot on location in Flower Hill, Gaithersburg, Maryland.
28 Oct 2009
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The Martin B-26 Marauder was an American World War II twin-engine medium bomber built by the Glenn L. Martin Company. The first medium bomber in the Pacific theater and Aleutian Islands in early 1942, it was also used in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations and the European Theater of Operations. The plane distinguished itself as "the chief bombardment weapon on the Western Front" according to an US Army Air Forces dispatch from 1946, and later variants maintained the lowest loss record of any combat aircraft during World War II. Its late-war loss record stands in sharp contrast to its unofficial nickname "The Widowmaker" -- earned due to early models' high rate of accidental crashes during takeoff. A total of 5,288 were produced between February 1941 and March 1945; 522 of these were flown by the Royal Air Force and the South African Air Force. In 1939, the United States Army Air Corps issued a specification for a twin-engined medium bomber, Circular Proposal 39-640. Six months later, Glenn L. Martin Company presented a design to the US Army Air Corps. Peyton M. Magruder led the design team for this aircraft after Martin won the contract. This design, Martin Model 179, was accepted for production before a prototype even flew, due to the desperate need for medium bombers following the intensification of World War II in Europe. Once the first aircraft came off the production line in November 1940, Martin conducted tests, the results of which were promising. The first B-26, with Martin test pilot William K. "Ken" Ebel at the controls, flew on 25 November 1940 and was effectively the prototype. Soon after, it was turned over to the Army Air Corps to be service tested. It went from paper concept to working plane in less than two years. While the B-26 was a fast plane with better performance than the contemporary B-25 Mitchell, its relatively small wing area and resulting high wing loading (the highest of any aircraft used at that time) led to tricky high-speed landings (approach at 140 mph (225 km/h) and stall at 130 mph (210 km/h) indicated airspeed). The R-2800 engines were reliable, but the electric pitch change mechanism in the propellers required impeccable maintenance and was prone to failure. Failure of the mechanism placed the propeller blades in flat pitch with instant total loss of power. Due to the rotund fuselage, the B-26 engines were placed far outboard, and loss of power on one side resulted in a violent snap roll flipping the aircraft on its back. This led to a high number of accidents during takeoff, thus earning B-26 the nickname "Widowmaker" by its pilots. Other colorful nicknames included "Martin Murderer," "The Flying Coffin," "B-Dash-Crash," "The Flying Prostitute," (because it had no visible means of support, referring to the small wings), and "The Baltimore Whore" (a reference to the city where Martin was based). The toll eventually led to a halt in production. During this time a commission of inquiry (led by then-Senator Harry Truman) was appointed to look into the problem. When Truman and the other commission members arrived at the Avon Park Bombing Range, they were greeted by the still-burning wreckage of two crashed Marauders. Indeed, the regularity of crashes by pilots training at MacDill Field — up to fifteen in one thirty day period — led to the only mildly exaggerated catchphrase, "One a day in Tampa Bay." The resulting aircraft (designated B-26B) had a 6 ft (1.8 m) increase in wingspan, and other changes, some of which reduced the aircraft's speed. The newer version had reduced landing and stall speeds. The safety of the B-26B was an immense improvement: it had the lowest attrition rate of any aircraft used during the war. Nevertheless, it remained a challenging plane to fly and continued to be unpopular with potential crews throughout its life. General characteristics Crew: 7: 2 pilots, bombardier, navigator/radio operator, 3 gunners Length: 58 ft 3 in (17.8 m) Wingspan: 71 ft 0 in (21.65 m) Height: 21 ft 6 in (6.55 m) Wing area: 658 ft² (61.1 m²) Empty weight: 24,000 lb (11,000 kg) Loaded weight: 37,000 lb (17,000 kg) Powerplant: 2× Pratt & Whitney R-2800-43 radial engines, 1,900 hp (1,400 kW) each Zero-lift drag coefficient: 0.0314 Drag area: 20.66 ft² (1.92 m²) Aspect ratio: 7.66 Performance Maximum speed: 287 mph (250 knots, 460 km/h) at 5,000 ft (1,500 m) Cruise speed: 216 mph (188 knots, 358 km/h) Landing speed: 104 mph (90 knots, 167 km/h)) Combat radius: 999 nm (1,150 mi, 1,850 km) Ferry range: 2,480 nm (2,850 mi, 4,590 km) Service ceiling: 21,000 ft (6,400 m) Wing loading: 46.4 lb/ft² (228 kg/m²) Power/mass: 0.10 hp/lb (170 W/kg) Lift-to-drag ratio: 12.0 Armament Guns: 12× .50 in (12.7 mm) Colt-Browning machine guns Bombs: 4,000 lb (1,800 kg)
25 Nov 2009
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The clip First Jobs from Repo Man (1984) They ain't scumbags. They're car thieves, just like us. There's Ms. Magruder. You wanna go for it? Good gag. You pull this one a lot? Only on the women. It never fails. Excuse me. Ms. Magruder? I have something here for you. How utterly charming. Motherfucker! Lite! Lite, where are you, man? Bruce I. Peason. Brokerage consultant. Fucking millionaire. Six payments behind. I've never understood it. What's that? Fucking millionaires. They never pay their bills. See you at the yard. Let me get this one. No, I'll handle this one. Mr. Peason's carrying a permit for a pistol. Hey, give me that. Don't underestimate me, Ace. And also, naturally... I would like them to be right next to each other. In addition, I would like them to be as close to the window as possible... so I can sit in my car and watch them spin. So all you have to do is take your clothes out of here like this... and put them into a machine over there like that. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. Stop!
16 Nov 2011
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The clip the cheeses from Burn After Reading (2008) You're home. Honey, hang on to your hat. I've got some news. Did you pick up the cheeses? Huh? The cheeses? Were they ready? The cheeses? I didn't realize you could be home so early. Yeah. I left a message for you to stop by Arnaud's. The Magruders and the Pfarrers are coming this evening. The Pfarrers... What did Kathleen say? What? When you left the message? That she would give you the message. Well, I don't know, I guess we had bigger news today. My day didn't revolve around whether... Do you mean that you didn't pick up the cheeses? Well, if I didn't get the message, then I didn't pick up the cheeses. For fuck's sake, Ozzie. But, honey, hang on to your hat. What, now I have to go and pick them up? I have some news to... Stay here and get dressed. Honey, we have to talk. Well, not now. I mean, they're gonna be here in less than an hour.
19 Nov 2011
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List/Countdown of the Top 100 First World Problems Youtube: *******youtube****/scootermagruder Twitter: *******twitter****/scootermagruder Facebook: *******facebook****/cameronmagruder Google+: ******* Tumblr: *******scootsays**** Reddit: *******reddit****/user/scootermagruder Click To Subscribe: ***********/subscription_center?add_user=scootermagruder Directed, Edited, & Written by: Scooter Magruder Shot by: Roderick Waisome Shot using: Canon T2i, Canon 50mm 1.4, Tokina 11-16mm 2.8, Rode VideoMic, 1080p 24fps, Technicolor CineStyle profile Edited Using: Final Cut Pro 7 No Jugamos Juegos. Throw me the alley.
25 Feb 2012
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Derwinn Magruder lost his wife, Liz, a police officer in Prince George's County, Md., in 2002, when she was gunned down while serving a psychiatric petition. His son, Devinn, was just 3. They've been coming to C.O.P.S. camp for the last seven years to heal. At 14, Devinn is graduating from the camp this year. Jeff Pegues reports.
13 Aug 2013
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Alyvia's driver escorts her to an undisclosed location, when she is suddenly confronted by a van full of armed men. All shots of Alyvia standing were shot on either back roads or in her neighborhood at 10-30 mph... also for her tight shots... notice how you can't see the window... just a shaky camera? This cool new thing called movie magic ;) For those of you on mobile devices- clickable after credit video links: Diary of an ex Disney Employee: ******* AWESOME First Date Fight Scene: ******* Music provided by Harry Gettings: ***********/watch?v=caLGpGxAPpc Harry's channel: ***********/hgettings STARRING -Alyvia - ***********/watch?v=Qpivc7AQgJU -Scooter Magruder ~ Diamond thief front passenger // ***********/ScooterMagruder -Tpindell ~ Diamond thief backseat passenger // ***********/tpindell3 -Alyvia's Driver ~ sWooZie // ***********/swoozie06 -Van Driver // Bandit Cars: -Polar White 2013 Mercedes Benz C250 Coupe // Bi-Xenon headlights // Vossen wheels VVSCV3 - Matte Black Machined 20x9F 20x10R // all suspension and body work done by Speed Zone in Kissimmee, FL: ********www.facebook****/ *******www.speedzoneweb****/ -Black 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan // completely stock with a kind of broken door now ;) Cameras: Canon 7D // 55mm lens + wide angle lens GoPro Hero 3 Editing: Final Cut Express Special Thanks: Ameer R. // Charlene T. // Omari S. // Kelli D. // Kalem D's jeep. Edited/Written/Directed/Sound // sWooZie Thanks for watching!
29 Sep 2013
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The clip the-cheeses from Burn After Reading (2008) with John Malkovich, Tilda Swinton. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. You're home. Honey, hang on to your hat. I've got some news. Did you pick up the cheeses? Huh? The cheeses? Were they ready? The cheeses? I didn't realize you could be home so early. Yeah. I left a message for you to stop by Arnaud's. The Magruders and the Pfarrers are coming this evening. The Pfarrers... What did Kathleen say? What? When you left the message? That she would give you the message. Well, I don't know, I guess we had bigger news today. My day didn't revolve around whether... Do you mean that you didn't pick up the cheeses? Well, if I didn't get the message, then I didn't pick up the cheeses. For fuck's sake, Ozzie. But, honey, hang on to your hat. What, now I have to go and pick them up? I have some news to... Stay here and get dressed. Honey, we have to talk. Well, not now. I mean, they're gonna be here in less than an hour.
13 Jan 2014
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