Happy Hump Day Survey!

I know it's not really a music video but from a movie (like Bob Dylan video) but I love that it is one long shot:

DiscoDriveby wrote:

ack, missed an i! sorry this is the French pronunciation de-jan-zay way classier ;)

*twirls moustache and rearranges baguette* You make for a convincing argument, mademoiselle

Took me a while to dig this out. One take and backwards!

For some reason the audio is slightly sped up (and as such higher in pitch). Sounds awful.

One of the very first videos my company ever produced / shot was a one take music video. I think it came out pretty well!

EDIT - Man, I can't wait until we can embed vimeo...

TheHarpoMarxist wrote:

One of the very first videos my company ever produced / shot was a one take music video. I think it came out pretty well!

EDIT - Man, I can't wait until we can embed vimeo...

I felt bad for that black balloon which tried to hold on to the tree.

PRG013 wrote:
TheHarpoMarxist wrote:

One of the very first videos my company ever produced / shot was a one take music video. I think it came out pretty well!

EDIT - Man, I can't wait until we can embed vimeo...

I felt bad for that black balloon which tried to hold on to the tree.

Haha!

That balloon and the straight-faced kid were the unsung heroes of that shoot for sure.

Mad World

sr_malo wrote:

I always hated this song

Edit: Yup, still don't like it.

garion333 wrote:
sr_malo wrote:

Numb video

I always hated this song

It's the feet, isn't it? Feet make you uncomfortable.

I'm sure they were washed beforehand.

Spoiler:

Get it? Feet before hand.

This one from God Lives Underwater is fun.

This one was a big deal back when MTV played videos.

Happy Hump Day!

What are the best movies that take place in a tropical location?

Apocalypse Now.

Top Secret

Uhh...Tropic Thunder, obviously.

My for real answer...probably Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Serious answer: Bridge on the river Kwai

Tanglebones wrote:

Serious answer: Bridge on the river Kwai

DiscoDriveby wrote:

Happy Hump Day!

What are the best movies that take place in a tropical location?

Obligatory Disney entry: Lilo and Stitch!

CptDomano wrote:

Uhh...Tropic Thunder, obviously.

My for real answer...probably Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Get out of my brain!

Obligatory "Jurassic Park"

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