Inception Filming the Corridor & Zero Gravity Sequences

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+36 1. Rigel commented 7 years ago

this is more complicated than the plot
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+62 2. le_glaude commented 7 years ago

I prefer to see a director manipulate real objects for special effects rather than only using computers O:)
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-5 3. Shelfen commented 7 years ago

They could have made everything green though....
But they would still need the lights and the whole cage to roll them arnound, witch means they would also have to pay extra for the Computer graphics i presume.
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+8 4. GOOSE42 commented 7 years ago

@(removed comment) While it is true that C.G. is far and away less expensive that actual effects, there is less sense of awe for the viewer. I believe this is because even though C.G. is able to create vast and beautiful vistas, there is always (the thought when the C.G. is done properly) and more often the visual evidence that the picture on the screen isn't really there (especially with the new Blu-ray players and H.D.T.V.s(see peter jacksons "King Kong";)) . This I feel detracts from the viewing experience and has, with alarmingly increasing regularity given many of our current "Movie Houses" a blank check in terms of apparent laziness to the craft of film making. Sorry for being a long-winded jerk. This video is pretty freakin' sweet.
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+8 5. xmadxxx commented 7 years ago

:) fun to watch
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+4 6. c2quad commented 7 years ago

By All that say damn still you cant beat the gravity
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+5 7. kyn commented 7 years ago

Great Director. Great Movie. And the fact that they used this kind of technique makes it even more interesting to watch. I can't even imagine how baffled Joseph Gordon-Levitt must have been in the rotating set.
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+1 8. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

Imagine how easy it would be to paint the ceiling If this was possible with a whole building.
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+3 9. ZaMpTi commented 7 years ago

this is one reason why inception is such a great movie!
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+2 10. Spoiler commented 7 years ago

Still my Favorite Film :D
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-4 11. peacinu commented 7 years ago

#(removed comment),4,5 In case you didn't now, the CG affects are actually way more expensive than regular effects.
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+2 12. Shelfen commented 7 years ago

#11 I already said that "they would have to pay extra for the CG."
But they would still need everything else to make it real enough.

I also should say that I wanted to quote #(removed comment) on the 4th comment, but made an mistake.
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-5 13. WildMonkey commented 7 years ago

What a humongous waste of time and money
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0 14. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Now I gotta watch the movie...because this is pretty cool.