Category: the good the bad and the ugly

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I have no self control so I made Arthur look like Blondie as well as I could in RDR2.

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Blondie posing on that canon before lighting it with his cigarr? Iconic™

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That’s a kitten. In his hat. He was just sitting there in a room full of gunslingers he doesn’t trust, playing with a kitten.

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I love the small hints that Angel Eyes genuinly respects Blondie. Tuco? Nah. The army? Nope. But Blondie. Blondie he respects. And fears. Just that hint of a pause, in the army camp and then as they’re camping out.

robshearerfilm:Day 8 of 10 movies that had an …

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Day 8 of 10 movies that had an impact on me. Just an image, no explanation.

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editingmodulations: One of the most important…

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One of the most important elements in film editing is pacing, also called Rythm.

This can determine how a scene is going to go. Faster or slower, the editor design to create the best effect possible, of course, this depends on the genre, from the action, drama to comedy, the timing is key to tells the story right.

Back in 1920′s the Russian director/editor responsible for discovering for this editing technique is Sergei M. Eisenstein. His film Battleship Potemkin presents the rhythm and juxtaposition of images effectively, I will talk about his in future entries.

Italian editors Nino Baragli Eugenio Alabiso worked with director Sergio Leone cutting the western masterpiece, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. One of the finest moments in the film is the final showdown with the main actors ready for a duel. The use of reactions shots, the timing and color palette is hypnotic. The length of the scene is about 4 minutes, with just music and some sound effects, no dialogues, but images telling a story and building the drama.

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” by Sergio Leone (1966) Clint Eastwood and Eli Wallach in Dunas de Cabo de Gata, Almeria.