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  1. #1
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    Default A truly awesome event

    You just gotta watch to believe this!

    http://youtu.be/ZPjjZCO67WI

    The logistics of creating this is very impressive!

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    Default So many great elements

    So many great aspects of this video -- Keep an eye out for the "fireballs"...

    Apparently, this was captured all in one take.

    Mark

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    Wow!! What a great thing to watch last thing before I hit the road. I'll be humming it for the rest of the day.

    Thanks.

    Lifey

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    Very impressive and this is DH's and my song! ;)

    Utahtea

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    Default Great song choice.

    Yep, that's pretty cool with a 'feel good' factor.


    Very impressive and this is DH's and my song! ;)
    I'm so glad you haven't witnessed my drunken karaoke version ! It would never be the same. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southwest Dave View Post

    I'm so glad you haven't witnessed my drunken karaoke version ! It would never be the same. lol
    Thanks for the warning! LOL
    Last edited by Utahtea; 05-31-2011 at 06:34 PM. Reason: Fixed Quote

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    Wow! And I used to think the final scene in "Much Ado About Nothing" (Branagh version) was the greatest single uncut one-take bit of cinematography.... not anymore!

    The only thing they missed is they should have backed into the helicopter without you seeing it (watch the aforementioned movie to see why this would be cool)... but then it WAS a sponsor so I guess they had to show the logo.

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    Default Or...

    Quote Originally Posted by CalOldBlue
    I used to think the final scene in "Much Ado About Nothing" (Branagh version) was the greatest single uncut one-take bit of cinematography.
    Or the opening scene of Orson Wells' "Touch of Evil" (1958) which ran for 3 minutes and 10 seconds and went from a close up on a pair of hands setting a bomb to a wide shot of a car driving through a border city, to the star (Charlton Heston) walking down the street, crossing the border, interacting with the border guards and the driver of the car in which the bomb was placed, and the car exploding. Not a cut in the entire sequence.

    I very rarely send "neat web stuff" to my friends and family, but I sent this.

    AZBuck

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    Default Yeah, that's why I posted it

    I thought this clip was a "cut above" and a nice tie-in for our "Everytown is Someone's Home Town" point of view.

    Mark

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