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Old 01-10-2004, 08:27 AM   #1
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Default Immortal - Film trailer

Don't know if anyone has seen this, but it looks damn cool

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Old 01-10-2004, 12:33 PM   #2
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looks like some cool effects on it, hope theres a half decent story to go with it

cheers for the link
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Old 01-10-2004, 01:29 PM   #3
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has a 5th element feel to it
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Old 01-10-2004, 01:52 PM   #4
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First, I said, wow, neat!

Then, I said, Huh?

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Was made in Montreal (where I live), the actress, Caroline Neron is kinda a sex symbol here. I have to admit that she is a nice looking girl but her voice, OMG its a turn off. She is also a wannabe singer (look around for a demo), she had a lot of success but its more related to the fact that she looked like a nympho than her actual vocal work.

I have seen / talk to her in a party. She is not as bad as I make it sound, its just that I dont agree on the way she put her carreer path. Using boobs to promote yourself might by a time tested method, doesnt work for me...

Btw, the critics here are blasting the movie, 5.5/10 on www.cinemamontreal.com. They rated Resident Evil 2 8/10, so imagine how bad this thing is...
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Actually, I didn't like the thing a lot either... only the effects from the start; the animalheads don't look good, and as far as I can tell the story sounds ripped off a whole lot of series and movies :bored: :disap:
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Yeah, but looks low budget. Animation made me cringe. But hey, they're canadian! So I'll cheer for them. hehe
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[i]Animation made me cringe. But hey, they're canadian! So I'll cheer for them. hehe [/b]
Canidian...you mean, like: Alias? And discreet? Or Side Effects? Softimage?

At least if it comes to creating VFX software, there's something about the canadians...what are you guys smoking over there?
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I've always had this urge to move to Canada, now I know why. I comming boys ... and im bringing a pipe and a lighter with me.
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i'm canadian and proud of it ... don't forget we got ubisoft, rockstar gaming, EA sports canada, radical gaming and a lot others down here :p .
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And PLEASE don't forget the alcohol content of beer sold in Canada is higher than the same brand of beer sold in the U.S.

mmmm ... Canada


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