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Top 5 Uses Of Animation In Live-Action Movies

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Defining the ling between reality and cartoon, Anderson and Bryan run down the TOP 5 USES OF ANIMATION IN LIVE-ACTION FILMS.

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30 thoughts on “Top 5 Uses Of Animation In Live-Action Movies

  1. I really think you guys were onto something with your post-show elysium talk. Maybe have the after-show talk be an option regularly if there’s something you want to talk about that is fairly pressing without having to spoil it for the guy on the bike…?

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    Posted by Chris | August 21, 2013, 11:52 AM
  2. Logan should be made to watch Eraserhead for mentioning Space Jam….

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    Posted by Hashmeer | August 20, 2013, 11:47 PM
  3. OMFG I really enjoyed Hedwig…thanks Anderson

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    Posted by Marty | August 20, 2013, 4:58 PM
  4. I don’t have FuckBook so I guess I’ll post here.

    After watching Only God Forgives I just thought of two tfv Top Five List it would be eligible. The first would be Top Five Unintentionally Funny Movies which I’m sure this would make the list. The second would be Top Five Evil Cunty Mothers for which KST would certainly find herself on the shortlist.

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    Posted by Connard | August 19, 2013, 11:45 AM
  5. Five titles will stop streaming on Netflix on the following date:

    Available until:
    — 1-Sep: The Muppet Movie (1979) from: Movies That Need To Be Retired From TFV [*]
    — 1-Sep: Happy (2011) from: Philosophical Films (Guest: Pete Holmes) [†]
    — 1-Sep: Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984) from: Dance Scenes (Guest: Mike Catherwood) [‡]
    — 1-Sep: The Longest Yard (1974) from: Sports Films (Guest: Petros Papadakis) [§]
    — 1-Sep: Teen Wolf (1985) from: Sports Films (Guest: Petros Papadakis) [||]

    * Anderson’s pick for Bryan to retire.
    † Clearly a Pete Holmes pick.
    ‡ Anderson’s pick for a dancing Crispin Glover.
    § An Anderson pick.
    || A Petros Papadakis pick.

    Ben

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    Posted by Ben Cacace (@NYCbirder) | August 18, 2013, 7:55 PM
  6. @ Chester said: “You really are doing the Lord’s work in exposing this important and troubling reality to the rest of us.”

    Nah. I’m not big on fantasy.

    Ben

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    Posted by Ben Cacace (@NYCbirder) | August 18, 2013, 1:00 PM
  7. I almost got mad when Bryan chose the cartoon from Jurassic Park, but after he explained it I agreed with him. It was a clever way of introducing ridiculous information about cloning.

    I tried using your promo code on draft kings, got absolutely nothing. So … yea.

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    Posted by Pat Lane (@Planeis) | August 18, 2013, 7:14 AM
  8. [** reposted at the top of the forum in case people don’t search for new ones at the bottom **]

    @Miguel says: “It’s a problem with the format of the show. There are only so many categories you can do before you run out of ways to categorize movies. It’s amazing they’ve kept it up for as long as they have.”

    You would think they’d run out of topics but I’ve sent in many recommendations that haven’t been used. The real problem is that Bryan is the one that dictates what the topic is. Many times we’ve heard that Anderson suggestions are shot down or modified badly. The worst was when they did ‘Top 5 Movies NOT to Watch While High’ which originally was a topic by Anderson called ‘Top 5 Movies to Watch While High’. And on this show Bryan literally phoned this one in. Another tendency for Bryan is to pick negative Top 5s which are the least interesting shows.

    Here are just a few recommendations I sent in that haven’t been used yet. All related to full movies. Not scenes or things not to watch:

    — Top 5 Double Features
    — Top 5 Minimally Scored Films
    — Top 5 Best Films by a Writer/Director
    — Top 5 Mockumentaries
    — Top 5 Films That Take Place Between The World Wars
    — Top 5 Foreign/American Remakes (Which Is Best?)

    Always looking out for the best shows possible.

    Ben

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    Posted by Ben Cacace (@NYCbirder) | August 17, 2013, 7:53 AM
  9. Elysium is not nearly as good as bryan and Anderson think it is. District 9 is a much better movie. I really think Matt Damon was a terrible choice for the lead here.

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    Posted by Rucas | August 17, 2013, 5:06 AM
  10. New game, better with Gosling

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    Posted by johnnyqwest12 | August 16, 2013, 10:12 PM
    • I have a game called Fantasy Red light/ Green light. Ryan Gosling, Tom Hardy, and Mads Mikkelsen starring in a The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly remake set in the future written by Chris Nolan, directed by Nic Refn.

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      Posted by Hashmeer | August 20, 2013, 11:45 PM
  11. Why do people like Elysium?

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    Posted by Knot Wreally | August 16, 2013, 10:05 PM
  12. There was an episode where each host retired 5 titles that the other could never use on another Top 5 list. This was the ‘Movies That Need To Be Retired From TFV’ episode from 7-Jun-2013. Here are the movies that Bryan chose for Anderson to keep off future lists. Now that I have all the details from the shows since 23-Apr-2010 I can show whether Bryan made the right choices based on the # of times Anderson used the title on previous Top 5s:

    Bryan’s pick from ‘Movies That Need To Be Retired From TFV’:

    #5 Primer (2004): 2 times
    #4 Platoon (1986)
    #3 Election (1999): 3 times
    #2 Gangs of New York (2002)
    #1 Irreversible (2002): only once

    Here are the Top 10 most repeated movies (one is a documentary) on Anderson’s list. These include every title that is 4 or higher:

    — True Romance (1993): 7 times
    — Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles (2011): 4 times
    — The Dark Knight (2008): 4 times
    ** Gangs of New York (2002): 4 times
    — Training Day (2001): 4 times
    — Wild at Heart (1990): 4 times
    — Midnight Run (1988): 4 times
    — Vampire’s Kiss (1988): 4 times
    ** Platoon (1986): 4 times
    — Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982): 4 times

    He got two right.

    Ben

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    Posted by Ben Cacace (@NYCbirder) | August 16, 2013, 8:22 PM
  13. One title is streaming on Netflix from the latest episode:

    http://www.imdb.com/list/xuupjtme31U/

    Recent additions:
    — on 16-Aug: Dreamscape (1984) from ‘Uses of Animation in Live-Action Movies’

    Episodes recently added:
    — +1 added 16-Aug: Top 5 Uses of Animation in Live-Action Movies (16-Aug-2013)

    Recently added from the back catalog:
    — on 15-Aug: The Boondock Saints (1999) from ‘Shootouts from the Modern Era’
    — on 15-Aug: Titanic (1997) from ‘Guilty Pleasures (guest: Kassem G)’
    — on 15-Aug: Stander (2003) from ‘Heist Films’
    — on 15-Aug: Donnie Darko (2001) from ‘Movies With The Character’s Name In The Title’

    Currently 664 films cataloged based on 141 episodes. 132 (20%) of the titles are streaming on Netflix.

    Last check of 662 films on Fri., 14-Aug-2013.

    Updates to streaming films are checked often. Latest update — Fri., 16-Aug 1pm EDT.

    Ben

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    Posted by Ben Cacace (@NYCbirder) | August 16, 2013, 4:18 PM
  14. Don’t remove Bald Bryan, this is my favorite podcast and you shouldn’t change a thing.

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    Posted by doghead1 | August 16, 2013, 3:05 PM
  15. Please don’t remove Bald Brian from this podcast it is my favorite podcast and it’s perfect the way it is.

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    Posted by doghead1 | August 16, 2013, 3:02 PM
  16. Please remove Bryan from this show and replace him with Logan or someone more competent.

    Thank you.

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    Posted by edogg | August 16, 2013, 2:40 PM
  17. Hey Anderson, thought you might find this interesting Werner Herzog & AT&T partnered together for a PSA.
    Video is in article. Cheers – Lee
    http://www.marketingmag.ca/news/marketer-news/att-and-werner-herzog-set-new-standard-for-psas-85852?p=85852?utm_source=EmailMarketing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=marketing_daily_PM

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    Posted by Lee Jo's | August 16, 2013, 7:17 AM
  18. This *has* to be a Bald Bryan topic. Another scene-based top 5? Who’s top 5 will be more inspired? I’ve placed by bets.

    Ben

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    Posted by Ben Cacace (@NYCbirder) | August 16, 2013, 6:16 AM
    • It’s a problem with the format of the show. There are only so many categories you can do before you run out of ways to categorize movies. It’s amazing they’ve kept it up for as long as they have.

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      Posted by Miguel | August 16, 2013, 10:18 PM
      • @Miguel says: “It’s a problem with the format of the show. There are only so many categories you can do before you run out of ways to categorize movies. It’s amazing they’ve kept it up for as long as they have.”

        You would think they’d run out of topics but I’ve sent in many recommendations that haven’t been used. The real problem is that Bryan is the one that dictates what the topic is. Many times we’ve heard that Anderson suggestions are shot down or modified badly. The worst was when they did ‘Top 5 Movies NOT to Watch While High’ which originally was a topic by Anderson called ‘Top 5 Movies to Watch While High’. And on this show Bryan literally phoned this one in. Another tendency for Bryan is to pick negative Top 5s which are the least interesting shows.

        Here are just a few recommendations I sent in that haven’t been used yet. All related to full movies. Not scenes or things not to watch:

        — Top 5 Double Features
        — Top 5 Minimally Scored Films
        — Top 5 Best Films by a Writer/Director
        — Top 5 Mockumentaries
        — Top 5 Films That Take Place Between The World Wars
        — Top 5 Foreign/American Remakes (Which Is Best?)

        Always looking out for the best shows possible.

        Ben

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        Posted by Ben Cacace (@NYCbirder) | August 17, 2013, 7:52 AM
      • @Ben Yeah, I guess that (as it turns out) Bryan Bishop is pretty much history’s greatest monster — simultaneously an incompetent rube who unwittingly undermines the show’s credibility and a malevolent, nefarious mastermind who wishes to destroy everything that is decent and pure about the Film Vault and replace it with a nightmarish, dystopian hellscape (and probably also — I’d imagine — undo and destabilize all of the Western civilization’s other most important achievements). You really are doing the Lord’s work in exposing this important and troubling reality to the rest of us.

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        Posted by Chester | August 17, 2013, 7:47 PM
      • @Chester I wanted to make a passive aggressive joke about you being so snarky and passive aggressive, but screw that. Quit being such a PAB.

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        Posted by Anthony | August 18, 2013, 11:08 AM

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