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You don't think a liar is spreading misinformation about how to detect lying, do you?

I write stories! With words!
http://www.asstr.org/~Invid_Fan/

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http://farm1.static.flickr.com/83/229219543_edf740535b.jpg

Teague Chrystie

I have a tendency to fix your typos.

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Invid wrote:

You don't think a liar is spreading misinformation about how to detect lying, do you?

Stop lying, with your lies.

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redxavier wrote:

I thought it was up and to the right (according to Samuel L  Jackson in The Negotiator), which is you accessing the creative part of the brain.

This site kinda backs up what I said: up and to the left is recall.

http://changingminds.org/techniques/bod … nguage.htm

Not sure where I heard the 'down' thing for constructed images—well, I do remember, but it's not scientific or germane.

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I'm curious what the aesthetic Brian is talking about through this entire commentary, (that wouldn't have set up the false expectations about this being pure hard sci-fi) would actually look like. Because I'm very much of the same thought as the rest of the guys that this is just the world that you establish when you want to tell this story, and then you let the magic bean play out inside that.

To put it another way I guess. Do I need to setup an alternate aesthetic to the real world we live in if I want to make cloverfield? The first bit of that movie is setting up that this is going to be a movie about a bunch of people at a party, and we get to chill with them. Nothing about that is telling me there's suddenly going to be this giant monster that suddenly attacks New York. So should I be upset that the movie's aesthetic didn't tell me this was going to introduce the magic bean of the monster?

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Completely tangential, but I just realized that the poster, if you look at it from far away, has Sam forming a question mark on the moon. Anyone else?

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This is so good.

http://typesetinthefuture.com/moon/

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That is fantastic. And the replies by VFX supervisor Gavin Rothery are super fantastic.

Warning: I'm probably rewriting this post as you read it.

Zarban's House of Commentaries

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Just saw this one for the first time and am currently enjoying a "new" DiF as a result. Had my mind minorly blown when Dorkman referenced "that non-Avatar 2 movie Cameron is working on now, Battle Angel Alita" . . . in 2010. Man takes his sweet time, don't he?

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Fuckin' a.

Was Moon what you expected?

Teague Chrystie

I have a tendency to fix your typos.

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It was enjoyable! The clone stuff never bothered me--I agree with the previous comments in this thread saying Brian was confusing what he wanted the movie to be with what it actually is. Lots of it is derivative but the production design and Rockwell were as good as promised.

I really want to know what the two stories about you that Eddie conflated into you doing backup vocals for William Shatner are tongue

EDIT: Jesus phone keyboard

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