Just a random pic of my favorite scene it it chapter 2 for my first pic
Fan Made - More Advanced - Harry Potter Scene It
Alright; I absolutely love the Harry Potter Scene-it games.
They are a lot of fun... the problem is that I always have the answer. It's to the extent that I just have to keep my mouth shut to give others a chance at the questions. I, for one, would love to create a more complicated version of Scene It. I am not quite sure how I plan to go about this; I would likely make it a website to take the place of both the DVD and the cards that you could use with the existing board game and pieces. The questions would be based both on the books and the movies. With the original scene it, it seems so often that the scenes they show aren't even necessary, so for the one I'm working on I want them to only show what is absolutely necessary.
I am curious how many people here feel the same way about the original game, and would be interested in this. I want to there to be as much content as possible but that will be a big time investment, so if anyone would like to help come up with questions please let me know.
I will definitely keep this sub updated on the game as I work on it!
The first Alien scene in Signs was such a monumentally horrifying moment, especially considering how simple it was youtu.be/aIhnqkXWSR8
TIL the scene in The Simpsons episode "Cape Feare," where Sideshow Bob continuously steps on rakes, was actually "creative padding" to get the episode to its minimum length. independent.co.uk/arts-en…
TIL the scenes of Kazakhstan in Borat, were shot in Glod, a tiny village in Romania. All the extras are villagers of Glod who got paid to be in the film and were told it was a documentary. They felt insulted by their portrayal, tried to sue the producers and threaten to kill Borat for insulting them abcnews.go.com/Internatio…
I edited Iron Man's falling scene from Avengers to make it a little more realistic. Thoughts? v.redd.it/cyavcl8c4fs51
I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed Aya Cash this season, she seems like a lovely person and it takes a great actress to play such a hateful vile character. I know she probably struggled filming some of her scenes. reddit.com/gallery/j8aoaw
In Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) during the fair scene John (Brad Pitt) closes his left eye to take aim, but before 'shooting' opens it again to retain peripheral vision. This is what snipers do, foreshadowing his proficiency with weapons reddit.com/gallery/iup8bw
The picture on the left is a painting by the Hungarian Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka (1853 – 1919), titled "Old Fisherman". If you mirror the left side, you get a praying old man in a boat on a calm sea. If you do it with the right side, however, the Devil looks at you, behind him a stormy scene.
[Associated Press] The crash that killed Kobe Bryant has elicited a new California law, making it a crime for first responders to take unauthorized photos of deceased people at the scene of an accident.
>Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday approved legislation prompted by the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight other people that makes it a crime for first responders to take unauthorized photos of deceased people at the scene of an accident or crime.
>Eight deputies were accused of taking or sharing graphic photos of the scene, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said then, adding that he ordered the images to be deleted. He said the department has a policy against taking and sharing crime scene photos, but it did not apply to accident scenes.
>The measure, which will take effect Jan. 1, makes it a misdemeanor with fines up to $1,000 per offense to take such photos for anything other than official law enforcement purposes.
This is all in the wake of the lawsuit filed by Bryant's widow Vanessa Bryant claiming deputies shared unauthorized photos of the crash that killed her husband, their 13-year-old daughter and seven others. Vanessa Bryant was "shocked and devastated" by the reports, the lawsuit states.
The suit seeks damages for negligence, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Source1 per ESPN
Source2 per ESPN
Why is it on so many TVs that the dialogue volume level seems so low when compared to actions scenes, horror scares, etc?
With several TVs I’ve owned or that my friends own, the dialogue volume is super low.
When you turn the volume up so that you can hear the dialogue, any scene with action or horror pretty much bursts your ear drums.
I find myself constantly turning up and down the volume between scenes and it’s annoying as fuck. Is there some easy fix for this? Why do so many TVs have this problem?
Mitrice Richardson vanished after being released from custody during a serious psychotic break. 11 months later she was found naked and partially mummified with her head severed. Police lied, hid information and obstructed the crime scene. Determined to rule it an accident. Was it?
I advice you to read this article I will reference throughout the post, which goes into further detail regarding her disappearance and the following investigation. Im quite rusty at doing these write-ups so I also apologize if its not that good.
On the evening of September 16th Mitrice was arrested for failing to pay her bill at a restaurant in Malibu. She exhibited several symptoms of psychosis and officers were informed by her mother she had a mental illness. Despite this, they released her with no phone, id, money or car, alone in an area she didn't know at 00:30/12:30am.
She was spotted 6 hours later in the Santa Monica Mountains, a two hour uphill hike from the station, resting in the backyard of one of the residents. Later, screams are reported by neighbors coming from a nearby vacant house. The LASD will not disclose if this was ever further investigated.
The police claimed that no surveillance camera at the station actually records, their sole purpose is monitoring. This was of course a lie, and the surveillance video of Mitrice at the station spent 3 months in Captain Thomas Martin's desk drawer while he denied its existence. When her parents were finally allowed to view the tape, it was edited.
A deputy present at the station denied ever being there the night Mitrice was arrested, despite being seen on the surveillance video walking out of the station 2 minutes after Mitrice. He was transferred before Mitrice's parents had a chance to view the tape and his name has been kept from the public.
Mitrice's remains was discovered 11 months later deep inside Dark Canyon, a place so overgrown her family used climbing gear when they were visiting the site. Her body was naked, partially skeletal and partially mummified, her head severed and placed upside down.
The first deputy who arrived at the scene spent 90 minutes there before he notified the coroner, even though state penal code dictates an officer has to notify the coroner the moment he is made aware of human remains. What was he doing for those 90 minutes?
Additionally, the police effectively kept the coroner's team on standby for 6 and a half hours while they were alone at the scene, before sloppily gathering Mitrice's remains and air-lifting them back to the station, leaving behind several of Mitrice's bones. Something whic
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It's been literal two years and hundreds of hours away, but this scene hits me back so fast and hard
If you make a scene about how bad it smells in the toilet after someone's had a poo, you're a prick
Hey, guess what. EVERYONE. TAKES. A. SHIT.
I don't care who you are, where you're from or what you do, you take a shit and it won't smell like roses. If you make a big scene about the smell of a shit when you've gone in a public bathroom, whether that's at work, park, school, shop, whatever it is... If you make a big stink about it (pun intended) then you're an asshole (and again).
You would probably hate it if someone made a big hoohah about you doing a smelly shit, so why would you do it to someone else?
People shit. Shit stinks. Toilets are where people shit. Get over it.
Sorry if this isn't an unpoopular opinion.
I photoshopped Aang out of the firenation classroom scene if others want to use it as a Zoom background!
I try to find low budget ways to recreate my fav movie scenes! Hope it’s ok to post my own work here :) v.redd.it/6xncuklud5m51
Someone could say it's a scene from a new movie and I'd believe it
In Knives Out (2019), all of the clocks and phones have accurate timing. In an interview, director Rian Johnson said: “"Anytime a clock or a phone is in set, somebody has paid very close attention to the time and has asked me what time it's supposed to be in the actual scene."
A scene I've been picturing in my mind for years finally happened on Tuesday. Heavy fog over Cuyahoga River with an incredible sunrise to illuminate it all. Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio. [OC][1366 x 2048]
Remember that time someone filmed a CW show behind the scenes and it made you want to die on the inside? Here's a reminder v.redd.it/my4jj3de1kp51
I edited Iron Man's falling scene from Avengers to make it a little more realistic. Thoughts? v.redd.it/7xdwrh4h3fs51
In The Boondock Saints (1999) it is established in the beginning that Il Duce only has one rule, that he doesn't kill women or children. This is why Willem Dafoe's character is the only one to survive his slaughter during this scene.
Dave Meltzer: f you are a fight fan, or a movie fight fan, go out of your way to see Ibushi vs. Suzuki. It is the greatest one-take no stopping or starting live movie fight scene of all-time. twitter.com/davemeltzerWO…
15-year-old Colleen Orsburn was murdered in 1984. A wallet found at the scene containing pics of 4 young unidentified girls has always been a crucial piece of evidence in the case. Today it was announced the girls in the pics have been identified and the wallet had simply been lost by one them.
“Police have identified four girls whose photos were found inside of a wallet near a 1984 crime scene involving the murder of Colleen Orsburn, according to a report. Investigators publicized the photos in hopes of reaching further conclusions on the case which has, after over 30 years, gone cold.
Orsburn was 15 years old when she disappeared from her home in Daytona Beach, Florida over three decades ago, CBS Boston reported. Her body was found partially burned a month after she went missing –– and she was only identified in 2011.
Police believe Orsburn was a victim of Australian-born serial killer Christopher Wilder, otherwise dubbed the "Beauty Queen Killer," who has been linked to at least eight reported rapes, murders, and kidnappings early that year, according to the New York Daily News.
Police traced the photos back to a photo developer called Miller Studio in Quincy, Massachusetts, according to CBS. After the photos went public last Wednesday, police have since identified the girls in the photos. Police wanted to see if they could identify the women in the photos in hopes they would have information on Osburn's case, according to CBS.
Turns out, the wallet that contained the portraits belonged to one of the girls in the photos –– who told police that she lost her wallet while on vacation that year. The wallet had, subsequently, turned up close to the crime scene.
It is unclear to investigators whether the killer was in possession of the wallet and left it there -- or if its placement was merely a coincidence, the report said.
The studio has been open since 1948, Shery Percy, who owns Miller Studio, told Inside Edition Digital.
"My family's business has been doing high school portraits for as long as we can remember," added Percy, who took over the business from her father and uncle. “I’m happy that we could help piece the information together.”
Brief summary of Colleen’s case from Charley Project:
“Colleen disappeared from Daytona Beach, Florida on March 19, 1984. In February 2011, her body was identified using DNA testing. The body had been found shortly after Colleen vanished, buried in a shallow grave near a lake in Orange County, Florida.
Authorities believe Colleen was a victim of the serial killer Christopher Wilder, who targeted attractive
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Men love it when women initiate the dating scene!
As a man who has been asked out by a woman before, it really means a lot. In many cultures, men are suppose to ask the woman out. But when a woman does it, it can have quite the affect on the man!
The scary thing that everyone is afraid of, is rejection. It’s normal, but even when it occurs, it is extremely flattering.
I’ve known many guy friends that are extremely overwhelmed with joy when a woman asks a man out. Just figured I’d put my 2¢ here :)
Edit 2: like many folks, I did not think this would get as much attention, thank you for reading and thinking about this (even if you disagree!)
I have been reading many comments and not everyone tends to agree (for their own reasons). Unfortunately not all men like being asked out as they feel that it lies soon themselves to do it. I’m not saying I agree or disagree with that, but no matter who you are, in the dating realm, you should get to know a little bit about who you want to ask out so you can get a feel for what might be best.
I’ve also read that a lot of women have been rejected multiple times and haven’t had success. Dating is hard, wether you ask or are being asked. By no means am I invalidating you’re experiences or feelings. I’m sorry it hasn’t been easy, and advice on reddit hasn’t helped.
Each person is different, but it’s just refreshing to have someone ask you out for a change.
Edit 3: I’ve given up on my grammar, sorry folks
I made this among us scene. Hope u guys like it
TIL That while filming Tokyo Drift, they couldn't get a permit to film a scene. They filmed it anyway, and the studio hired a fall guy to claim to be the director and spend a night in jail. digitalspy.com/movies/a15…
I edited Iron Man's falling scene from Avengers to make it a little more realistic. Thoughts? v.redd.it/gz047mw4eis51
This is such a throwaway scene but take a close look at the Revenge Board - it’s brilliant!
This is my 6th time re-watching The Office, and every time this scene comes up it always brings me so much joy.
I'm so glad this scene is in TROS. I know it's Fanservice, but it's just so perfect. Luke has mastered the force. There is no death. Just the force. That's why the Sith will never achieve true immortality.
S1mple on Twitter: "Am I upset? No Am I dissatisfied? Yes It seems to me wrong to choose the best in something in the second month of autumn You know which scene and player to vote for! Gl everyone" twitter.com/s1mpleO/statu…
In the 1989 movie, “The Abyss”, there is a scene involving divers talking about a fluid called perfluorocarbon. Essentially, it’s a breathable, liquid form of oxygen. There is a demonstration scene involving a rat that is completely real. youtu.be/oFFpMqs9kbI
How to reveal the antagonist's plan without it becoming a hour long exposition scene?
We've been there.
The culprit is caught or in a standoff.
"Why did you do it?"
And then culprit reveals his whole story.
How to produce and impart the same effect and information to the reader without having the actual person reveal it in a long ass speech.
Celtics’ Jayson Tatum on emotional postgame locker room scene after Game 2 loss to Heat: “That’s team sports. We’re not supposed to be happy we’re down 0-2. Nothing out of the ordinary. Talking about the game. It’s cool.” streamable.com/l0y55f
In Gravity(2013), as Kowalski flies very close to the camera, astronauts holding a movie camera and boom mic appear to be reflected in his helmet visor. This is an in-joke by Alfonso Cuarón. The "reflections" were added with CGI to make it look like the scene was actually filmed in space.
I agree 10am start times isn't optimal for the highest quality games. But starting a shit storm over it on twitter when our scene is already in its most fragile state, probably isn't the play if you're a pro player right now. Take it up with the TO's privately or refuse to play. twitter.com/daveycsgo/sta…
It's a brilliant scene tho
I know it’s been over done, but this scene will always haunt me in my memories. I made this.
In Spider-man homecoming (2017) When Karen tells Peter that she has all the recordings of everything that Peter sees, it is possible to see some scenes recorded, all at first person angles seen by Peter. reddit.com/gallery/j4xegh
In Alien Resurrection (1997) during the underwater scene, the crew holds their breath for 3 minutes and 5 seconds. I timed it with my stopwatch. That’s it, but that’s just ridiculous.
Friend: How many times have you jerked off to Katrina Kaif's Boom scene? Me: Yes. Absolute classic. It's been more than a decade of regular wanking on this beauty. So here's once again. The legendary boom scene of her. This time in HD for your viewing (and wanking) pleasure. v.redd.it/k8jukcvicwq51
Broken Bonds vs The Show fight scene! I spent over 20 hrs on this, hope u guys like it!
This scene is so emotionally amazing. It was so grabbing that it motivated me to get an acoustic and start playing. This game is truly beautiful.
[Miscellaneous] We all have bad days. :( It looks like a crime scene though.
In I Am Legend (2007), when Dr. Robert Neville unexpectedly sees the mannequin he calls "Fred" outside on the street, the mannequin actually moves its head a little. During that scene, a mime actually replaced the mannequin to try and play with people's minds at a glance
This is the thing making heads explode. If you rewatch this scene you'll catch it right after the first guy bursts. It flies towards AOC and away from her with a buzz. This is probably the fly we've been spotting throughout the show
As a newbie who just finished binge watching Succession immediately after watching The Wire for the first time, I have to admit - my brain is on overdrive. Both are film art at its purest. This Kendall moment was probably my fav scene from the show because we’ve been preparing for it since S1E1 🤯
Appreciation: Aquaman spinning his trident is by far one of my favorite scenes in the DCEU. The score, the setting, and the suits make the scene even more badass. I’m glad I got to see this movie in IMAX, and it sucks it didn’t get nominated for Best VFX that year. v.redd.it/nurhyk9gqro51
To anyone who can draw, and uses their gift to recreate scenes that never made it off the book pages - thank you!
In Sharknado 3 (2015), the famous scene with a shark in space was possible thanks to the help of NASA, and there was only one chance to shoot it, since sharks can't live very long without air.
I really love this scene of Jeff & Dean singing in karaoke. And I LOVE how Jeff gets into it over time :)
I edited Iron Man's falling scene from Avengers to make it a little more realistic. Thoughts? v.redd.it/atoc9n5w4fs51
The Sandlot Forever: 25th Anniversary (2019) - This documentary follows the creators and people behind the scene of the classic Sandlot movie. It shows the original location and stories of the movie's creation... [00:58:40] youtu.be/O_nVWIjBF_Y
[video] [Dreams] Hi all, here's my latest Dreams scene. It's actually a recreation of an old digital painting I did many years ago.. Was a pretty crazy experience to paint this in VR 😍 Let me know what you think of it! v.redd.it/mlwjmmxhdij51
201007 YG said it has decided to delete the whole nurse outfit scene in “Lovesick Girls” MV - “We apologize again for causing concerns for nurses” twitter.com/Kpop_Herald/s…
Sweet Anita, the girl from Sidemen Tinder is being harassed and is facing major security issues over a stalker. As a fan of her part in the Sidemen Tinder and a fan of the UK scene I feel it's our duty to spread her story and help out.
Isn't it neat that arguably the most finely executed scene came out of what is easily the worst Avatar season?
We remade The Social Network's "It's Raining" scene in two different ways as an experiment to try to see the effect the camera can have on storytelling.
I've spent the past five years working with Cinefix on their "brilliant moments" features exploring little experiments where we'd recut scenes in different ways to see how messing with them could change the mood, tone, or even story of a scene as a thought experiment.
I learned a ton doing it, but there was only so much we could do in the edit. So I pitched them a show a couple years back where we'd take an entire scene and reshoot it in two ways: once identically, and once where we'd pick one major element to change, while keeping everything else the same, as some kind of cinematic experiment.
The result is a show we called Filmlab - our first experiment saw us change the camera coverage in The Social Network. You can see it here.
It was a blast. And a mixed-success. And we made a bunch of mistakes and learned a ton.
Secretly, this was mostly just a ploy for me to get someone to pay for me to trace over Fincher's work. Taking a few months of my life to pay attention to the minutiae of every single decision he made - from the placement of the light sconces, to where he put various sound effects in the mix - taught me more about filmmaking than almost anything else I've ever done.
I would love to hear what TrueFilm thinks of the experiment, and any ideas they might have for where the show could go from here.
I don't know if this will present right, but my guy made a cut scene and programmed it into our joint game to propose to me earlier this year <3
After seeing this scene from an adventure RPG I'm working on - would you want to see more of it? v.redd.it/2jjcxy2lq9q51
Watched Solo for the first time today and enjoyed it. I especially loved how it recontextualized this scene from ESB.
If it's so easy then why don't you guys come do it for yourselves or..you can't. I'm not complaining about my position in life lol but the overwhelming amount of tournaments that saturate the scene and the inconsistency of starting 10am, 12, 3, lack of practice, and other factors twitter.com/Stewie/status…
Idk if you can read it but it says 'my mercy prevails over my wrath'. I got this done because the scene in season 8 really touched me and since then I try to live by those words. v.redd.it/pgdx2i8gmup51
What's a scene that ALWAYS gets you emotionally no matter how many times you've viewed it ?
Two come to mind for me that always make me tear up
The last 15 seconds of the fighter when Christian Bale is talking about his brother and how proud he is of him
Children of men. The scene where theo is walking away from the car after julian was shot and he makes his way to the forest and tries to light up a cigarette and EVERYTHING just crashes down on him and he just breaks.... I can feel what he's experiencing and it's just heavy
It was a very satisfying scene to watch
This deleted scene is so great. I loved it so much, I wanted to recreate it in the style of Steve Ditko.
I feel like no one ever talks about this particular scene here. Korra’s fighting style has so much contact martial arts forms its honestly underrated. v.redd.it/2dpe5fcyxmq51
I wish we saw these 2 more than once... We saw Roberto Mendoza a few times and I love Edward Olmos. Just wish we got a few episodes between these 2. Even though it was only few scenes...Glenn Close & William Fichtner had fantastic chemistry.
I could take literally any scene there and stick this format, its just too cute
In War of the Worlds (2005) for the iconic “plane crash” scene, Steven Spielberg requested an actual decommissioned Boeing 747 and had it dismantled on set.
After seeing this scene from an adventure RPG I'm working on - would you want to see more of it? v.redd.it/37o5oa3gq9q51
I think Tien is the most disrespected character on DBL. How's it possible that this man doesn't have a sparking? Only for this scene against second form cell I think he deserves a pretty good sparking. It can be support, defense or ranged type but he deserves some love
What was the point? Why did they wait until the last scene to give Rey her own lightsaber. Wouldn’t it have been cool to see her fight with a yellow lightsaber at least once in the sequels. Something new and unique to her character instead of ripping off Luke’s lightsaber.
In Scott Pilgrim Vs The World (2010), the scene where Scott throws a parcel over his shoulder into a bin is real. In a film with so much CGI and SFX director Edgar Wright wanted the throw to be real for the authenticity. It took him 33 takes.
CUTIES LITERALLY HAS SCENE WHERE A 11 YEAR OLD KID TAKES NUDE PHOTOS AND PUBLISHES IT ONLINE !
My God, what the fuck ? Netflix has gone too far. Every person who worked in that movie has to be interrogated by FBI
Here is the link for the scene. Only for disliking https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfFvJn-SmyY
JL: Justice League stunt performer Erol Ismail says Warner Bros. cut the Atlanteans vs Parademons scene from Justice League because it was too violent. The scene was filmed in freezing cold Iceland. twitter.com/ZackSnyderBib…
Yoshi-P used in game scenes for FFVI trailer because Westerners would joke that a prerendered trailer means it would come out in 2035 twitter.com/aitaikimochi/…
A powerful scene, when the father stands up for his gay daughter. “It stops now. I don’t care if she’s gay. I care if she’s loved, I care if she’s happy.” v.redd.it/ulr0sdywd3q51
This scene spoke to me. "Make me a format" it cried. And I answered
I insert my original character into favorite tv scenes! Recently, I did this one from IT Crowd. Let me know if you can find the pigeon, rat, and all the white mugs. If you liked this, you can check out my IG @pothepigeon for more!
YSK if your kid doesn’t leave their room often, you shouldn’t make a scene out of it when they do
My dad always did this to me and it made me never want to leave my room and walk by him. Making seemingly small comments like, “look who finally came out of their cave” can be taken as being shamed for staying in their room which makes them leave their room less often to avoid the shaming.
So I just noticed this. In the legendary ending cut scene for CE, if you watch the original, the Elite grabs Johnson's butt, whereas in the remastered version, they switched it so Johnson grabs the Elite's ass instead. You can even see a look of shock on the alien's face.
I’d love to watch a scene between “drunk“ Adora and Catra. I think that would be sooo funny! So, I made it myself. I’m not an animator, but it was fun to do! Hope you like it! v.redd.it/o9jmiv1b3qr51
Jean ruffled his hair and it stayed like that until the scene ended
Fifteen years ago my dad took my brother and me on a LOTR tour of New Zealand. We nerded out hard, reenacting lots of scenes at their exact locations. It remains one of the greatest memories of my childhood and I still yell, "I've been there!" at my poor husband when we re-watch the movies. reddit.com/gallery/ib7py6
From Twitter. North Carolina: This woman refuses to wear a mask while getting takeout and causes a scene. She screams, “We don’t cover our faces in America.” as her boyfriend comes to the rescue. She ends it all by declaring “trump 2020.” They seem delightful... v.redd.it/8d6pjqz5mha51
[S5 EP 17] O watched this scene over 100 times and I still love it. Who else is waiting for S8? v.redd.it/crm696uvrmg51
Found this on DailyMotion looking for TM2 episodes. “The Best of the Worst of MTV’s David Eason,” uploaded in 2017. All of these scenes are from his first season, it’s insane that so many red flags are packed into 5 minutes. Serious control freak with anger problems v.redd.it/zh6nkit8kbp51
The Lost World: Jurassic Park still makes me uncomfortable with one of its death scenes.
I remember watching the film on the cinema when I would have been around 8. The death of Eddie Carr (Richard Schiff) scared me back then, and even watching it again now, it continues to make me uncomfortable. He does nothing wrong, and comes across as a decent and innocent guy, whom didn't deserve to have his life ended in such a horrifying scenario. The fact the Rex effects are top notch and believable within the dark rain makes it even worst. I can't recall another movie death that still makes me unnerved watching.
EDIT: for those unfamiliar with his fate
In Borat (2006), during the "running of the Jew" scene, to spite it being an anti-sematic event, with Borat himself being an anti-Semite, He actually narrates the scene in Hebrew.
In this scene Iroh proved being a centrist is enlightenment and you all get to be angry about it