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Category:Educational, Classic Movies
Tags:ghostbusters, special effects, Stay Puft Marshmallow man, practical effects, art of the scene
Submitted:Albuquerque Halsey
Date:02/20/15
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SixDigitDebt - 2015-02-20
Fuck CGI.
Dib - 2015-02-20
And this is why we don't need a third movie. There's no going back, no recapturing the magic.
SolRo - 2015-02-20
I think there's no going back because "impossible to make" isn't a restriction anymore.

whatever idiotic, illusion breaking idea the makers have, can be made real with enough CGI.

infinite zest - 2015-02-20
Huh. I always thought Stay Puft was a real brand of marshmallow and it was just a cultural reference at the time. I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Ramis once and having a couple of beers with him; I really can't see there being a third one without him.
That guy - 2015-02-21
name-dropper

SolRo - 2015-02-21
fucking seriously, IZ has had a drink with everyone famous you know of.

EvilHomer - 2015-02-21
OK, how 'bout... Jackie Chan, Lia Marie Johnson, or Victor Borge? IZ, go!

Accidie - 2015-02-21
Why do these famous people keep going to to Portland?
Must be to have drinks with you.

memedumpster - 2015-02-21
That explains why Richard Gere wouldn't talk to me at that really gawdawful richfuck party in Manhattan. He kept calling me "Not Infinite Zest" and shaking his head in disdain.

infinite zest - 2015-02-21
Haha this was in Milwaukee Wisconsin, not Portland. He was keynote speaker for the International Film Festival I was working for even though there was no Harold Ramis movie, which didn't make a lot of sense. I saw various people when I was working on Portlandia too, but when you're an extra you don't talk, or at least I didn't, unless you're spoken to. Being a movie grunt making 7 bucks an hour warranted many more cool celebrity beer-drinking experiences.

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