2.16.2009

the films of the 1990s

19 comments:

Max Kyburz said...

Extended version? Nice

Anonymous said...

i cried

Ken said...

I really love your videos, and I hope you will do more. But I was wondering what kinda program are you using when your editing? And In that format are movies you take scenes from? I tried adding your facebook, to found out these answers. The name is Ken Ojalammi, hope I can hear from you.

barringer82 said...

I edit with Final Cut Pro & I edit DV

Anonymous said...

hey i gotta tell ya i've seen every one of your videos, love the videos dearly, and have made my "to see list" based on movies in your top 100 list, villians video, and decades series.. but damnit i know i have seen the movie that openes the 1990s vid where kevin spacey gets shot...what is that movie called my friend?

barringer82 said...

LA Confidential

thank you for your kind words

Anonymous said...

Love this video seen it to many times to count. Great job on all your videos.

Marcy said...

Your videos are wonderful.

What is the film playing at 2:22, though? It looks really familiar.

Anonymous said...

Benny and Joon

Jacob said...

My personal favorite decade in film.

Anonymous said...

I would really appreciate it if someone can tell me what these films are:

1.1:55 guys rips poster off of wall
2.2:11 weird alien thing
3.2:28 guy backing away with cross
4.2:29 crawling towards christ
5.3:00 girl and guy making out in tub
6.4:06 guy in rain
7.4:08 guy on floor

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Anonymous said...

Let me just say that I really like your videos. You are truly a great editor with a lot of skill.
But I would really like to know what the film is at 1:55. There is a man who rips a poster off of a wall to reveal some sort of red painted symbol. I would love to know what that film is.

Paul Proulx + Jessica Sargent said...

Thank you for the kind words.

12 monkeys

Anonymous said...

Hey Paul! Wow, this is a great video. It is so fun to watch you edit these things together. Great job!! There was one thing that I was wondering though. What is the movie at 2:11? There is a guy sitting at a bar and he moves away to reveal some sort of weird mutant thing. It would really help if you could tell me. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I just love all of your videos. Your editing is absolutely superb! The only movie in this montage that I don't know is the one at 4:06. There is a guy holding his hands up to the rain. At first I thought it was The Shawshank Redemption, but I've seen the movie twice now and I don't remember seeing that scene. Am I mistaken?

Jacob said...

That would be Pleasantville.

I don't think he used any clips of Shawshank in this video.

Anonymous said...

This is a great video. I would really like to know what the movie is at 4:07. It looks like there is a man having convulsions on the floor and someone is coming over to comfort him. If someone could help me out I would really appreciate it.

Andy said...

Yeah I was just looking over the top movie montages you guys made and boy are they great... Like seriously, they are masterpieces of editing... The subject matter, the music, the excellent flow... It's fucking brilliant. You guys should do the films of the 80s next.

BTW I'm interested in why Magnolia is favorite movie? I seem to be going through a PTA phase right now and I must say... he is one fantastic director. I seem to like Boogie Nights the best so far but Magnolia does indeed seem like his most personal film. I think that its magnificent news that his two new movies finally got funding through 25 year old Multi-millionaire Megan Ellison ... who just happens to be funding Charlie Kaufman's new movie.

It's pretty pathetic how contemporary film artists like Charlie Kaufman and PTA can't find any financial support from Hollywood. There is seriously a lack of creativity/originality in movies today. It's gotten quite sickening with the 3D gimmicks and constant remakes.

And lastly, The Kubrick and Scorsese montage you guys made actually gave me a feeling of hope for movies to be spectacular again.

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