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In the words of Bob Ross, "There are no mistakes, just happy little accidents"
He looks like one of the guys from The Wolfpack
Wow that's really cool
Funny how some of these accidents have become some of the most iconic shots in film.
Accidents can be really bad, but they can also be amazing haha
This is a very fun video! Great job.
I can't believe you put Judd Apatow in a video about actual filmmaking
"It was the best shot of Children of Men" Ohhh you done it now
I once knew someone who was making a video for school. For the last scene he put the film in backwards accidentally and that caused all the film to come out red. After showing the video he got lots of classmates coming to him and asking him how he made the film red at the end and commenting on how good of an effect it was
I just read a massive piece on Children of Men recently and it went through all the stuff of what happened on that day.
These video essays are really cool.
All these unplanned lines are fucking iconic. Why? This is awesome.
accident, or destiny?
Is that my happy little accident I see?
calling it now, this one is gonna viral like the "cgi sucks" video
isnt there a movie (a shitty one) where a helicopter crashed while the camera was rolling an they just used the footage because it was the best scene in the entire movie?
I might be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that the Dark Knight scene was deliberate.
The scene in the Judd Apatow movie didn't fit the tone and it feld unrealistic. It was just out of place and not funny at all.
Don't you mean "incidents"?
what's the name of the movie @ 3:58?thanks
Are there any youtube channels where they only show accidents in movies and how the actors just rolled with it?
any twin peaks fans that can't wait for new episodes?
I'm walking here
4:37 does anyone know what this film is called?
I know I am biased since I have never really enjoyed any Judd Apatow films, but it feels strange to include his body of work with this video subject. His style of filming many takes that are improv seems intentional, while I consider good examples of embracing accidents unintentional yet somehow a good fit for the film. Hey, but that's just my two cents.
song name from 6:05 – 6:34 plz?
You people are poets and film makers? The narration was…..smooth!
I mean they're basically moments where the actor forgets to act and just becomes…so makes sense they're such magical moments.
can't believe you didn't mention the whole "Aragorn broke his foot kicking that Uruk-hai helmet" thing, that's still one of my favorite film accidents
Why was this video uploaded twice?
I love these types of videos they're very "Every Frame a Painting"-esk i love it.
The title of this video is what my parents told themselves many times.
I subscribed to RJFS for these types of videos. The inspirational ones, the ones that say this is what can be done.
Got to go change the banner then for monthly uploads.
I'm watching all of your video's rjfs, and this is by far the best one I've seen. Be sure to make more videos about "how to THINK as …" 🙂
Can you guys do a intro to script supervising?
This is what they said on the set of Ben Hur
The Twin Peaks thing is actually creepy.
Awesome episode guys! Really enjoyed it! 🙂
Keep on rolling through those accidents. I will remember that. This is also good advice for those of us that have accidents like tripping, falling down stairs, forgetting that the plate might be hot, etc. Be careful but just keep on rolling. Thank you RJFS for another insightful video.
really really goodd
Is it just me or does the narrator sound kinda like Mark Hamill?
The analysis without the advice would be better. I don't think you should be telling actual filmmakers what they should and shouldn't be doing.
twin peaks is the shit
whats the song at the end?
i show these videos to my film class everyday thankyou so much
All your video essays are incredible, but please, respect the original aspect ratio, don't cut the films to 16×9, let us see it as the artists originally intended.
I'm sorry but there was nothing good in This is 40.
Wait, was the banner of Rohan falling off the pole an accident? … if so mama nature did them a real favor.
they forgot the leonardo dicaprio scene in django unchained
Midnight Cowboy, baby
But in the end, you still have control. You can leave it in, or cut it out. But imagine that, Scorsese cutting out "you talkin' to me?"…
What a foool!
It reminds me of Susan Sontag's book on photography, no matter how much planning, you have no idea what can happen in the nanoseconds before you click the shutter.
that scene with the joker was so planned out it's not even funny, everybody keeps thinking it was improvised.
You reference Dr. Strangelove and don't show George C. Scott literally roll with it when he trips?
That dark knight moment was actually scripted
I'm pretty sure that crew member experienced every crew member's dream: To somehow end up in the movie.
A "Problem" with the squib from Children of men is, that it gives away a hidden cut in what is meant to look like a long take, since the blood later magically disappears.
TWIN FREAKIN PEAKS BABY THANK YOU
"If they even exist as accidents" Just awesome!!
I don't blame you for thinking the Jaws line was improvised since Carl Gottlieb told that story about ten thousand times, but he recently discovered he actually wrote the line.
1:22 "Safety comes always first on a film set" – random cab almost kills Dustin Hoffman on a road that could've been and should've been closed
Love how K2SO in Rogue One whacks Cassian. Totally off the cuff. And Diego Luna almost breaks into laughter but keeps it together.
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