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I wonder if they did this all dynamically with a camera and feedback loop, or if it was just really tightly choreographed. I'm not sure which would be cooler, but it would be fun to play around with a dynamic version.
posted by wayland at 3:12 PM on February 17, 2011


This was much better than all of "Kill Bill".
posted by Burhanistan at 3:14 PM on February 17, 2011


I wouldn't go that far, Burhanistan.
posted by Rory Marinich at 3:17 PM on February 17, 2011


Burhanistan that's a low bar you've set.
posted by casconed at 3:29 PM on February 17, 2011 [1 favorite]


I can't like Kill Bill now? So hard to keep up.
posted by found missing at 3:31 PM on February 17, 2011 [12 favorites]


Can I still enjoy Pulp Fiction?
posted by zzazazz at 3:33 PM on February 17, 2011 [1 favorite]


Well that was just simply amazing.
posted by Evernix at 3:53 PM on February 17, 2011


Can I still enjoy Pulp Fiction?

No, just Reservoir Dogs.

From Dusk Till Dawn is making a comeback though.
posted by paradoxflow at 4:16 PM on February 17, 2011 [1 favorite]


the wars where swords are appropriate may be no more, but there is still a place for the art of swordplay. I liked this and all the Kill Bills, Zatoichi, both black and white and colour. It's way cooler than rythmic gymnastics and that's in the olympics fer pete's sake
posted by Redhush at 4:23 PM on February 17, 2011


Alright, that was pretty fun.

Redhush: I believe the plural is "Kills Bill."
posted by Uppity Pigeon #2 at 4:39 PM on February 17, 2011


So cool!
posted by nickyskye at 4:56 PM on February 17, 2011


Interviewer: So what have you been doing now?

LOST Monster: Well, after the show ended I took sometime to really decide what I liked doing, you know? I had some friends in Chicago and Tony [Danza] really wanted me to come out and do some black box theater in New York, but I just had to take some time and really find out what I wanted to do.

I: And so how did you end up in Japan?

LM: Funny thing really, I was in Thailand performing their shadow puppet theater, called Nang. Here I was approached by Dave [LaChapelle] who told me he knew a perfect show in Tokyo that had been trying to get ahold of me, but apparently I hadn't given my agent the right number to the hotel ...

I: Right, right, and they actually cast Justin Long in this role?

LM: [Laughs] Well, they told me that Justin bowed out at the last minute. He's a real great guy and I wish him luck, I really want to work on something with him in the future. But eventually when I found out I told them I'd do whatever it takes, after talking with my agent some more they were able to work it out.

I: What about rumors for the LOST movie?

LM: Rumors! That's the first I've heard of it, really. I don't know really where you'd go after the last episode, I felt the story arch was really done. J.J. Abrams and I still talk all the time, really! Just the other day he was telling me that as soon as Super 8 finishes up, he's coming here to see me and we'll just see where we are right now and ...

I: Well, Fox wants to turn this into a action show set in Seattle ...

LM: Look, we're really just talking. If not this maybe we'll do something else, I've been thinking of going into film, but no, I don't know anything about moving this to Fox. I mean if anyone knows about it, it would be me, and I don't know!
posted by geoff. at 5:10 PM on February 17, 2011 [1 favorite]


I've seen Kill Bill, Reservoir Dogs, and Pulp Fiction and I like all of them. I think they're good movies.
posted by flatluigi at 5:38 PM on February 17, 2011


Unfortunately, his performance at the Reality Touch Theatre turned out to be a very expensive mistake.
posted by Horace Rumpole at 6:22 PM on February 17, 2011


Wayland: I wonder if they did this all dynamically with a camera and feedback loop, or if it was just really tightly choreographed. I'm not sure which would be cooler, but it would be fun to play around with a dynamic version.

Oh, I'd say it's definitely just tightly choreographed. (But no more so than when fifteen ballerina's dance in unison, right?)
posted by nobody at 10:21 PM on February 17, 2011


Sesame Street
posted by DU at 5:11 AM on February 18, 2011


What a cool performance. The swordwork wasn't as flashy as some demonstrations I've seen but im this case, I'm happy he decided to stick with what he did.
posted by Fraxas at 5:13 AM on February 18, 2011


Reminded me of Ico
posted by jpdoane at 7:11 PM on February 23, 2011


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