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Thank God it didn't fly into the audience, or we would be seeing a totally different scene. This looks like the most hilarious guitar failure.
6 Apr 2019
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A bonus supplement to the recently released The Sims Is About To Get Ugly Epsiode 3. The final entry to the series, this installment contained a very different scene to anything I had done before - a climactic car chase. The chase was shot in a typical movie fashion (for The Sims 2 at least) and took over a month to shoot. This movie is therefore a peek of some of the movie influences that I turned to in order to achieve this scene - a shot by shot comparison starting with the influenced movie chase shot compared with the shot that was filmed in The Sims 2. I must also mention that I only intentionally used a few of these movies for reference - the rest were all movie chase shots I found afterwards for this comparison.
25 Feb 2007
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Xena, Gabby and again Xena...it's all about them, and all about Xena mostly...action and many different scenes.
30 Apr 2008
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This 1951 film, sponsored by the U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration, attempts to convince citizens to stay in their cities and fight in the event of a nuclear attack and nuclear war in America. Framed by a conversation between a newspaper editor and his colleague, the film claims that by fleeing threatened cities, citizens would be traitors contributing to decreased productivity and low morale. Instead the film insists citizens stay in their cities to help fight fires, clean up debris, and aid their neighbors. The film claims that people should not fear radiation and nuclear fallout as it clears up in a day or two. This downplaying of the dreadful effects of radiation is a recurring theme in American Cold War propaganda. Many different scenes showing war-torn European cities and mass evacuations, and even footage of New York’s Holland Tunnel and Penn Station, punctuate this amazing civil defense film that's rank with propaganda techniques.
30 Dec 2008
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Survival Under Atomic Attack is a 1951 Civil Defense film which focuses on what the average American can do to protect himself if caught out in the open or at home during a nuclear attack. Narrated by the magnificent journalist Edward R. Murrow, the film shows clips of actual nuclear bomb tests interspersed with dramatizations of citizens huddling in gutters, houses, and fallout shelters. Murrow advises the audience that the worst thing to do after an attack is to flee the area, saying that the enemy would love for our factories, offices, and homes to be empty and unproductive. Instead, he suggests, people should take cover for a short time and then continue working and producing. The dangers of nuclear fallout are not discussed and Murrow even cites Japan as an example for both how dangerous nuclear bombs can be (if they’d known how to take cover, lives could have been saved), and how benign fallout is (Murrow says that most Japanese survivors did not suffer from radiation sickness). Through editing, many different scenes of interest are shown including an air-raid alert, bomb blasts, and a typical American family preparing for an attack. Engrossing for its use of powerful historical footage and for its blatantly false optimism about the effect of nuclear war, Survival Under Atomic Attack is a powerful civil defense film that will amaze viewers. Cold War propaganda is one of the most insidious types of propaganda, and it's at a fever pitch in this film.
9 Oct 2008
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2 different scenes with the phelps bug
5 Feb 2009
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www.visityesterday****** Yesterday is a place where the past is always present. On this channel the past will be evoked in a way that is more vivid and relevant to viewers than ever before. As well as the high quality history series that viewers would expect such as 20th Century Battlefields and Hitler’s Bodyguard, there will be an emphasis on the history of our own lifetimes. Classic series such as Seven Ages Of Rock and The Alan Clark Diaries as well as new acquisitions such as International Terrorism will help Yesterday put our lives today into context. Sky 537 Virgin Media 203 Freeview 12. Seven Ages Of Rock *Channel Premiere* Weekdays, 9pm (from Monday 2nd March) New to Yesterday is Seven Ages Of Rock, a landmark series that provides a definitive history of global rock music from its emergence 50 years ago through to its continual re-imaginings and reinventions. The series kicks off with a look at the blues-based rock revolution of the 1960s, and examines the influence of rhythm and blues in music from pioneers such as Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, Cream and The Who. It also looks at how the songwriting of Bob Dylan and studio developments from The Beatles created a legacy for rock music to flourish in following decades. With the Velvet Underground, Genesis and Pink Floyd showing that rock could be a vehicle for abstract, avant-garde ideas in the 1970s and the punk movement proving that the genre could be a medium for revolution, Seven Ages Of Rock looks at the development of some of rock music’s biggest names and discovers how different scenes – from heavy metal to British indie – sprung up from nowhere.
10 May 2009
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3 different scenes where a kid and student are talking
13 Aug 2009
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Check out the latest Kites Trailer. Kites is a forthcoming Bollywood film directed by Anurag Basu, and produced by Rakesh Roshan that will star Hrithik Roshan, Barbara Mori, Kangana Ranaut, Kabir Bedi and Luce Rains. The film is reportedly a high budget movie and has world rights valued at $30 million. It will be released in a 120 minute Hindi version in India and a 90 minute English version (edited by Hollywood director Brett Ratner), in the United States and most other countries. While the Hindi version of Kites is scheduled for release on May 21, 2010, the international version will be released one week later on May 28, 2010. Plot In the harsh terrain of the Mexican desert, a mortally wounded man is left to die in the heat of the desert sun. This is Jai. Once a street smart, carefree young guy. Now, a wanted man. As death looms, the only thing that keeps him alive is the quest to find the love of his life, Natasha. A woman betrothed to another man. Jai and Natasha will fall in love despite language and cultural barriers, and embark on an action-packed adventure of love, dance and danger across Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Mexico- an adventure that could kill them both, or bring them together forever. Characters/Cast Hrithik Roshan Barbara Mori Kangana Ranaut Kabir Bedi Promotion To help the promote the film, mini "music videos" have been released online. Each video is about 1 minute in length and feature a song from the soundtrack, while the video itself contains different scenes from the film. Provogue, a leading clothing brand that features Hrithik Roshan as its brand ambassador has launched its Kites clothing range. A Photoshoot regarding this campaign was shot in Maldives featuring Hrithik Roshan & Barbara Mori. Music Kites music is by Rajesh Roshan and the lyrics are by Nasir Faraaz and Asif Ali Beg. Track Listing Track # Song Artist(s) 1 Zindagi Do Pal Ki KK 2 Dil Kyun Yeh Mera KK 3 Tum Bhi Ho Wahi Vishal Dadlani, Suraj Jagan 4 Kites In The Sky Hrithik Roshan, Suzanne D'Mello 5 Fire Rajesh Roshan, Vishal Dadlani, Anirudh Bhola, Anushka Manchanda
21 May 2010
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Check out the latest Kites Trailer. Kites is a forthcoming Bollywood film directed by Anurag Basu, and produced by Rakesh Roshan that will star Hrithik Roshan, Barbara Mori, Kangana Ranaut, Kabir Bedi and Luce Rains. The film is reportedly a high budget movie and has world rights valued at $30 million. It will be released in a 120 minute Hindi version in India and a 90 minute English version (edited by Hollywood director Brett Ratner), in the United States and most other countries. While the Hindi version of Kites is scheduled for release on May 21, 2010, the international version will be released one week later on May 28, 2010. Plot In the harsh terrain of the Mexican desert, a mortally wounded man is left to die in the heat of the desert sun. This is Jai. Once a street smart, carefree young guy. Now, a wanted man. As death looms, the only thing that keeps him alive is the quest to find the love of his life, Natasha. A woman betrothed to another man. Jai and Natasha will fall in love despite language and cultural barriers, and embark on an action-packed adventure of love, dance and danger across Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Mexico- an adventure that could kill them both, or bring them together forever. Characters/Cast Hrithik Roshan Barbara Mori Kangana Ranaut Kabir Bedi Promotion To help the promote the film, mini "music videos" have been released online. Each video is about 1 minute in length and feature a song from the soundtrack, while the video itself contains different scenes from the film. Provogue, a leading clothing brand that features Hrithik Roshan as its brand ambassador has launched its Kites clothing range. A Photoshoot regarding this campaign was shot in Maldives featuring Hrithik Roshan & Barbara Mori. Music Kites music is by Rajesh Roshan and the lyrics are by Nasir Faraaz and Asif Ali Beg. Track Listing Track # Song Artist(s) 1 Zindagi Do Pal Ki KK 2 Dil Kyun Yeh Mera KK 3 Tum Bhi Ho Wahi Vishal Dadlani, Suraj Jagan 4 Kites In The Sky Hrithik Roshan, Suzanne D'Mello 5 Fire Rajesh Roshan, Vishal Dadlani, Anirudh Bhola, Anushka Manchanda
24 May 2010
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Download file here: *******myfilehome****/Jeri597/Speed Gardens of Time is an exciting new hidden object game, only available on Facebook! Use your Time Machine to locate hidden objects throughout history, unravel the intrigues of a secret society, and protect the world from sinister forces! The number of hidden object games on Facebook may still be relatively small, but the quality of new releases is steadily increasing. And Gardens of Time might just be the best yet. It has all of the features inherent to a great HOG—gorgeous visuals, plenty of scenes to explore, and an interesting world filled with great characters—and tailors it almost perfectly to Facebook. There are a few issues with repetition, but Gardens of Time is sure to satisfy any HOG nut. You play as a potential new recruit for the Time Society: a group that travels back and forth through time, exploring important moments in history. You'll get to go to places like Ancient Egypt and 1960s London, guided all the way by a pair of helpful mentors. And you're not even the only one that is trying to get into the Society, as you'll have a bit of competition in the form of a young lady who doesn't quite like to play by the rules. The game itself is divided into chapters, each of which has a number of different scenes to explore. But you're free to go back and forth between chapters and scenes as you see fit. In fact, you'll have to do quite a bit of backtracking in Gardens of Time. The other way in which Gardens of Time stands out is in the power ups players can use to complete puzzles. Unlike Mystery Manor, which charges players virtual currency for hint or time-extension objects, Gardens of Time gives players a zoom-in-on-object feature that can be used for free as many times as a player wants during a puzzle. The catch is that the zoom has a cool down period between uses, costing players valuable time that could otherwise earn bonuses. Three other puzzle help tools become available after a player reaches a certain level, but they must be bought with virtual currency. An example is a pair of special goggles that highlight specific objects when moused over them.
22 Nov 2011
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download file here *******linkedfire****/GAERLONOFF02/Cheat Gardens of Time is an exciting new hidden object game, only available on Facebook! Use your Time Machine to locate hidden objects throughout history, unravel the intrigues of a secret society, and protect the world from sinister forces! The number of hidden object games on Facebook may still be relatively small, but the quality of new releases is steadily increasing. And Gardens of Time might just be the best yet. It has all of the features inherent to a great HOG—gorgeous visuals, plenty of scenes to explore, and an interesting world filled with great characters—and tailors it almost perfectly to Facebook. There are a few issues with repetition, but Gardens of Time is sure to satisfy any HOG nut. You play as a potential new recruit for the Time Society: a group that travels back and forth through time, exploring important moments in history. You'll get to go to places like Ancient Egypt and 1960s London, guided all the way by a pair of helpful mentors. And you're not even the only one that is trying to get into the Society, as you'll have a bit of competition in the form of a young lady who doesn't quite like to play by the rules. The game itself is divided into chapters, each of which has a number of different scenes to explore. But you're free to go back and forth between chapters and scenes as you see fit. In fact, you'll have to do quite a bit of backtracking in Gardens of Time. The other way in which Gardens of Time stands out is in the power ups players can use to complete puzzles. Unlike Mystery Manor, which charges players virtual currency for hint or time-extension objects, Gardens of Time gives players a zoom-in-on-object feature that can be used for free as many times as a player wants during a puzzle. The catch is that the zoom has a cool down period between uses, costing players valuable time that could otherwise earn bonuses. Three other puzzle help tools become available after a player reaches a certain level, but they must be bought with virtual currency. An example is a pair of special goggles that highlight specific objects when moused over them.
6 Sep 2011
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