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    Quote Originally Posted by smileydiver View Post
    For some reason I decided to watch Jaws thr Revenge on TV at the weekend and was amused to be reminded that the shark roars in some of the scenes in that. So ridiculous

    The only sound a shark makes is a crunching noise on impact with its food sometimes. If you must have a shark in your movie, please don't make it roar. Maybe for dramatic effect it can be a tagged shark with a spy camera attached to it?!
    No sharks in my movie, I promise!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tel View Post
    Similarly in an almost identical or rather the original version in Apollo 13 Ed Harris playing NASA Director scribbles or rather uses
    the board not to explain as such, but almost a throwaway dramatic form of expression to show the trajectory, but in doing to a room
    that knows what it's about we (as observers) also get it, without it coming across as a high-school lesson.
    Apollo 13 is one movie that gets the exposition exactly right. Not too much, not too little, not too technical, not boring - it actually ramps up the tension nicely. Also, it helps to have Tom Hanks.


 
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