Started by Jeremy Blackman, February 24, 2004, 06:26:47 PM
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Quote from: themodernage02i thought the hulks editing was way more innovative than 21 grams, but i guess not everybody felt that way.
Quote from: IP FreelyAh come on...21 Grams had MUCH better editing.
Quote from: themodernage02Quote from: IP FreelyAh come on...21 Grams had MUCH better editing.no i dont think so. actually the editing (like a lot of people) was my biggest complaint about the film. there didnt seem to be any reason for it, (not that i want to open that can of worms again), but i think the hulk will be looked at as a film that really tried to do something new. and opened up the boundaries of whats acceptable as a film, what goes too far. i think it will be a major influence atleast on other comic book movies in the near future and on others farther down the line.
Quote from: themodernage02do you remember the movie? almost every shot had an interesting transition of some sort or multiple panels or a morph between two shots! its different from any movie i've ever seen!
Quote from: RegularKarateyeah... Hulk had better editing. putting things out of order doesn't make good editing.
Quote from: RegularKarateputting things out of order doesn't make good editing.
Quote from: BrainSushiYeah, and for all we know, 21 Grams could have been written just as it appeared on screen, meaning the editor did nothing innovative, just followed the script.