Top five films seen this year...
the woman is brushing his hair was (at least to me) clearly dubbed in. The light shading on her was different than on Bush, as was the picture.
Yes, it was done by the same people who doctored the Lee Harvey Oswald photo where he is holding the rifle.
Cumahhhhnn, do you really believe that Moore hired Pixar or whoever to splice in a hairdresser? Did he monkey around with the video of Paul Wolfowitz so that it only looked like he licked his comb to fix his hair?
Stranger things are seen on network feeds. There was even a film a few years back that composited several of these together, showing these "sincere" "folksy" politicians looking blank and glassy eyed up to the second that the red light goes on.
Bush's problem (Sr as well as Jr.) is that they have this perpetual smirk on their faces that just makes a lot of people want to punch their lights out. Like Pat Buchanan said, quoting Mark Twain, "The look of a contented Christian holding 4 aces." Seeing Shrub rolling his eyes around all cutesy poo in that segment was a lot goofier looking than seeing the hairdresser trying to straighten his cowlick. (And, no, Englishman, a cowlick is not a "naughty bit"!)
I have one of my teenage sons here listing off his 5 tops for this past year.
So from him:
1. Resident Evil
2. I Robot
3. Chronicles of Riddick
4. Van Hesling
5. Hell Boy
city of god
maria full of grace
shall we dance
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Shaun of the Dead
oh yes i forgot about motorcycle diaries..thanx amac!
Well, I've been falling behind a little bit, so my stuff is a little older:
- Donnie Darko
- Fight Club
- Eternal Sunshine
- Sixth Sense
Sorry, that's it. I've seen more movies in the past year, but can't think of any that were good. Starsky and Hutch had a couple of hillarious scenes, interspersed with a wasteland.
Geez I gotta get out more
Cumahhhhnn, do you really believe that Moore hired Pixar or whoever to splice in a hairdresser?
Pixar? No. But it appeared to me as if the hairdresser was spliced in. The picture looked odd, at least to me.
Did he monkey around with the video of Paul Wolfowitz so that it only looked like he licked his comb to fix his hair?
Compositing someone brushing a man's hair would be a hella difficult thing for Speilberg to do even semi-effectively, no less Michael Moore. Besides, what would be the point, even if you could do it?
I don't know. Just speculating, but perhaps he wanted to create a snap-shot emotional reaction such as derision. Or perhaps it was his way to poke fun. And no, I don't think it would be that difficult to do. I don't recall seeing Bush's hair move when she was brushing it.
I have no proof, I just saw what I saw, and that perception affected my opinion of his film. That's all. No conspiracies, just my opinion of a scene in a film.
1. Butterfly Effect
2. Girl Next Door
5. Harry Potter
Kansas District Overbeer
In no particular order:
Kill Bill, Vols. 1 and 2 (awesome fight scenes!)
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (hard to find, but worth it)
The Cooler (wherein William H. Macy somehow morphs into a sexy man)
Kiss the Sky (William Petersen nekkid)