Saturday, February 7, 2009

TheTVObserver: My Bloody Valentine 3D

TheTVObserver presents an interview by TheCWSource with Jensen Ackles on the movie My Bloody Valentine 3D.

If you wondering what the movie is all about, here is a quick guide, I do however, think Ackles has the potential of becoming a mega star. Much like Josh Duhamel who I think has the makings of a star. Jensen has the characteristics and personality which is typical of Hollywood Mega Stars.
Back to the movie... My Bloody Valentine 3D is a 2009 remake of the 1981 Canadian slasher film of the same name. The film was directed and edited by Patrick Lussier, and stars Jensen Ackles and Jaime King. The film had a 3-D theatrical release; It was released on January 16, 2009 by Lionsgate.
The film was shot entirely digitally, using the new HD 4K format, which records 4,000 pixel images at 30 frames per second, compared to standard HD's 2,000 pixels. The filmmakers used the Red One from Red Digital Cinema Camera Company, and the SI-2K Digital Cinema Camera by Silicon Imaging as digital cameras. Max Penner, the film’s stereographer, found these lighter and smaller cameras easier to use.
Jensen Ackles compares Tom Hanniger, his character on My Bloody Valentine 3D with Dean Winchester from Supernatural. He also shares what it was like working with Kerr Smith on Dawson's Creek.
Here is a trailer

Factual errors: Though the movie takes place in February in a coal-mining area of Pennsylvania, all the trees are in full, green foliage, as they would be in summer, instead of being bare.
Errors in geography: An ambulance near the end of the movie is marked with Kittanning (PA), where part of the movie is filmed. However, the film is set in Harmony, PA, which is over 40 miles away.

Revealing mistakes: As Sheriff Palmer lies in the gurney at the end of the movie to be loaded in an ambulance, you can clearly see his badge which says "Deputy Sheriff" and "County." This is despite the fact that the character is the sheriff, and therefore not a deputy.
Continuity: After Tom is discovered lying in the rubble he kills the miner with a pickaxe through the eye, we see the pickaxe come through the mask breaking the glass. However at the end when Tom sneaks out of the mine wearing the mask of the miner it is intact with no broken eyepiece.

Continuity: When Tom kills the miner with a pickaxe through the eye, we see the pickaxe come through the mask breaking the glass. Though Tom swings horizontally, the pickaxe comes through the mask vertically.
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1 comment:

WhiteSockGirl said...

Certainly not a movie I am going to watch,...

I don't do blood,...

but that hottie,... damn he is gorgeous,... Way too pretty to be a man,...

Youh,... you don't have more pictures with him,... in less clothes?