- Aug 28, 2014
- Reaction score
- Was ALABAMA , Now BOSTON MASS.
Well you certainly won't miss out actually you are saving yourselfSome movies and their sequels are worth watching repeatedly, I agree.
I've never seen one of the Friday 13th movies, and I don't intend to watch them.
by proxy in no disire to see any of them. I like the movies and the whole schpill of what it takes to make . One of the most fun jobs I ever had as an electrician was on a crew filming in the south. It was intense . It started out as extra work from my regular job and was grip helper. I suddenly found myself as the electrical supervisor in a short period and got to see wonderful things that most would never see or know the concept on how was that possible .So I quit my regular day job and I began to travel ,
But only in the south . It was a great life experience and when I wanted no more of the traveling I parted on a good feelings and invitation to go to California with this crew as superintendent with some of the greatest guys and gals I've ever known . The movies today with CGI is phenomenal, but it lacks the boom of a real detonation in the older ways film was made but equally effective. And safer. I'm going to post a really good movie I only saw a few days ago and it is a really good movie . I suggest you check it out .
I didn't notice in the first time watched it and was curious wher the film was shot , so as I was rewinding the credits to replay it had an excerpt ( did I use this word correctly) that stated it took over 15,000 men and women to make .HUNGH ! WHAT ,,,,!!!
Unbelievable, perhaps you may have seen and if not and you do
It is then clear .you too would then agree as I , to the why it took so many to produce !
Thanks J.A. For your replys and comments they are nice to read !
And Sci fans as well ...