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Talking about Flick-flops: The ones that lost money – Action and adventure movie photos from Hollywood red carpets
Nothing that special here in terms of some of the most memorable flops of the past three decades… but it is tempting to watch the ones you haven’t seen yet.
Flick-flops: The ones that lost money – Action and adventure movie photos from Hollywood red carpets
The flops, the bombs, the turkeys… The bigger they are, the harder they fall. Read on to discover the mega-budget Hollywood blockbusters that managed the rare trick of turning gold into straw.
was my contender for the best Life on Mars cover… but it is a little
bit light-hearted, but when they incorporate other songs, it sounds
was the short I was working on for my dissertation, back in August 2008, which would be
edited into my first show reel showcasing my ‘recent’
It is, currently,
the only film to feature my cartoon character, Biffy the Boxer.
have forgotten how much I enjoyed a good Weird Al song, and remember
watching the video when it first came out, and enjoying the graphical,
yet limited, approach to its animation, as well as the song itself.
This excellent entry in the ASIFA Hollywood Animation Archive blog
(http://www.animationarchive.org/?p=1012) goes into the how ‘magical’
doing a drawing can be to an unaware audience. He uses an example of a
live painter, as well as this entertaining segment from Penn and Tiller,
to make their case, whilst showcasing some stunningly simplistic
illustrations from Olaf Gulbransson. It’s worth a look.