This week we see The Other Woman, and although only two of us liked it, we all considered it another entry on our list of reason why Leslie Mann and Cameron Diaz are great. At the 59-minute mark, we drop the needle on this week's 3x3 of record players in movies..
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I've come around on Cameron Diaz in recent years, but Leslie Mann is undoubtedly National Treasure material.
Haha, they liked The Other Woman.
Yay, I'm really excited to hear you guys discuss Under the Skin! Can't wait to hear your thoughts on it.
Fairly certain when Leslie Mann pushes Cameron Diaz out the window is the CG scene.
All the CG glass is a metaphor for the fragility of long-term domestic unions between dumbasses.
Tom, have you seen this video showing how much Wolf of Wall Street uses CG for routine set and location editing? That sort of thing may increasingly be standard procedure even for a movie like this.
Ahh, good point! I bet you're right.
So what I'm seeing here is that basically Wolf of Wall Street is an expensive cartoon. Tell me something I don't know. :)
Seriously, though, I love those sorts of FX reels. Thanks for the link. I did wonder about the lion shot with all those actors in the room. Turns out they weren't in the room!
So in other words, Medieval flash mobs?
I'm not convinced Kellywand didn't whip up that Wikipedia entry shortly after we recorded.
The edit history has a couple of huge contributors in autumn of last year. This all might be a long con from Kelly Wand.
That they weren't is the elephant in the room.