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any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie.


Well, not a movie, but there is a Gundam series where it was live action.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-Saviour


well ya. but as u said. its not really a movie. and in order for a gundam movie to be good, they need to spend alot of money on effects. low budget productions wont work for gundams


$8,950,948
¥1 billion
I'm pretty sure that these are the budgets for the film.
I don't think that's considered "low".

EDIT -
Nevermind, I found that it was a television movie set.
So, it kinda can be considered as a movie.


Dude 8.9 million is really a low budget. as i stated, a Gundam movie could be good if it was done as seriously as the transformers movie with a high budget. The transformer movie had 140 Million USD as budget. So 8.9 is only a small fraction of that.


So 8.9 million is "low"?
You're comparing a GOOD movie with an AVERAGE one. If we where to compare movies in general, would it be "low"? I doubt it.
A "low" budget is something like $1,200. While an average budget, is something similar to the one I just stated.
I'm pretty sure that an average is different from low.


listen. If Gundam is gonna be made into a movie, its gonna fall under the sci fi genre. And all DECENT sci fi movies have high budgets. more money = better and more explosions, better CG, better special effects, better actors, better writers, better costumes, better designers and etc. and look at the difference btwn the 2. Transformers had over 10 times more money to spend.

I mean you can't compare a sci fi movie with a chick flicks or shit loads of garbage movies that comes out every year. You just have low standards.


You stated, "Dude 8.9 million is really a low budget". Which means that you're classifying the movie as a whole (which means it doesn't only include Sci-fi, it also includes chick flicks, or 'shit loads of garbage' movies".


LOL. not really. if u read what i wrote carefully. u will see that i have been specifically referring to the Gundam movie (sci-fi). Plus i dunno where u got the idea that 8.9 million is around average budget. maybe if u include ALL the shit and failure movie. then maybe. but we are talking about good or at least decent movies. Which there mdeian budget over the last 20 years is around 41.7 Million.

http://specials.rediff.com/movies/2005/feb/25forbes.htm

here is the source if u want it


When did we start stating about "good/decent" movies? You're changing our previous conversation.
All I know is, that you stated, "8.9 million is a LOW budget". Which means that you are including the shit and failure movies. Seriously, reread our conversation. You just start mentioning decent movies with your last post. Which, you conlcuded into something different. And no, you haven't been specifically referring to Gundam movies. ALL YOU STATED WAS THAT 8.9 MILLION IS A LOW BUDGET, AND THEN WENT ON COMPARING THE MOVIE WITH TRANSFORMERS.

Then, when I said that it isn't a low budget, you started talking about how it's falls to decent Sci-Fi movies ONLY. Which, I have no memory of that BEFORE. All you stated was that 8.9 million is a LOW budget. And that itself, is referring to movies in GENERAL.

Difference.
D.I.F.F.E.R.E.N.C.E


uh. since my first post? its was "any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie." So i was reffering to a movie around that level, not some half ass attempt to try to make money off of a big name series.
And regardless of DECENT or not, u still fail to proof 8.9 million is average. i mean if i win the lotto i get more than that. a a big movie star alone will take up most if not all that.
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Nobody wants to see Mark Hamill's bare ass again. We know it, and he knows it - that's why he only does voice talent now. But if you still think that there are anime series that need to be done in live-action, go watch the live action Guyver movie (the first one) and after the last fight you'll go blind and never have to worry about watching another live-action movie based on an anime series ever again.

You have been warned! Mark Hamill!! Beware!!!

But seriously: No, because no.
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nah i'd like a real life movie become an anime ... >XD
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GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:

any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie.


Well, not a movie, but there is a Gundam series where it was live action.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-Saviour


well ya. but as u said. its not really a movie. and in order for a gundam movie to be good, they need to spend alot of money on effects. low budget productions wont work for gundams


$8,950,948
¥1 billion
I'm pretty sure that these are the budgets for the film.
I don't think that's considered "low".

EDIT -
Nevermind, I found that it was a television movie set.
So, it kinda can be considered as a movie.


Dude 8.9 million is really a low budget. as i stated, a Gundam movie could be good if it was done as seriously as the transformers movie with a high budget. The transformer movie had 140 Million USD as budget. So 8.9 is only a small fraction of that.


So 8.9 million is "low"?
You're comparing a GOOD movie with an AVERAGE one. If we where to compare movies in general, would it be "low"? I doubt it.
A "low" budget is something like $1,200. While an average budget, is something similar to the one I just stated.
I'm pretty sure that an average is different from low.


listen. If Gundam is gonna be made into a movie, its gonna fall under the sci fi genre. And all DECENT sci fi movies have high budgets. more money = better and more explosions, better CG, better special effects, better actors, better writers, better costumes, better designers and etc. and look at the difference btwn the 2. Transformers had over 10 times more money to spend.

I mean you can't compare a sci fi movie with a chick flicks or shit loads of garbage movies that comes out every year. You just have low standards.


You stated, "Dude 8.9 million is really a low budget". Which means that you're classifying the movie as a whole (which means it doesn't only include Sci-fi, it also includes chick flicks, or 'shit loads of garbage' movies".


LOL. not really. if u read what i wrote carefully. u will see that i have been specifically referring to the Gundam movie (sci-fi). Plus i dunno where u got the idea that 8.9 million is around average budget. maybe if u include ALL the shit and failure movie. then maybe. but we are talking about good or at least decent movies. Which there mdeian budget over the last 20 years is around 41.7 Million.

http://specials.rediff.com/movies/2005/feb/25forbes.htm

here is the source if u want it


When did we start stating about "good/decent" movies? You're changing our previous conversation.
All I know is, that you stated, "8.9 million is a LOW budget". Which means that you are including the shit and failure movies. Seriously, reread our conversation. You just start mentioning decent movies with your last post. Which, you conlcuded into something different. And no, you haven't been specifically referring to Gundam movies. ALL YOU STATED WAS THAT 8.9 MILLION IS A LOW BUDGET, AND THEN WENT ON COMPARING THE MOVIE WITH TRANSFORMERS.

Then, when I said that it isn't a low budget, you started talking about how it's falls to decent Sci-Fi movies ONLY. Which, I have no memory of that BEFORE. All you stated was that 8.9 million is a LOW budget. And that itself, is referring to movies in GENERAL.

Difference.
D.I.F.F.E.R.E.N.C.E


uh. since my first post? its was "any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie." So i was reffering to a movie around that level, not some half ass attempt to try to make money off of a big name series.
And regardless of DECENT or not, u still fail to proof 8.9 million is average. i mean if i win the lotto i get more than that. a a big movie star alone will take up most if not all that.


Now you diverge. You said that you wanted a Gundam series that was a movie. When I showed you the movie known as G-Saviour, you started talking about it being a LOW BUDGET. Which then, gives to reader, the indication of you stating it as movies in general, since you stated that it was a LOW BUDGET, which does not just include Gundam/sci-fi. You meant it, but the readers read it otherwise.
/discussion

And also, you've only mentioned LICENSED movies. Unlicensed movies, ones uploaded on the internet, barely has any budgets at all. Not even close to 1 MILLION. And there're much more unlicensed movies than licensed ones.

And you only state the lotto? You do realize that over 5 billion people buy at least one lotto ticket a month, right? While the Gundam series, doesn't make that much money in a month.
Also, you stated that a BIG movie star. So we're not gonna talk about the other 500 million average people that act? No, I don't think that we should.

In conclusion, you've mentioned only licensed movies, but not any that aren't. And also that you've mistyped your post.
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not exactly. if u read my original post. u will see i wanted 3 specific things. 1 a movie based on a Gundam series, 2 a movie around the level of Transformers. and obviously an awsome 1.

Ur example fails to satify 2/3. plus your attempt to bring in the so call unlicensed movies are pretty funny. There are standards to decide what is a MOVIE. some 1 shooting a video and posting it on youtube is NOT a movie. A television series is NOT a movie. An anime is Not a movie. So lets not miss the point of the thread here.

And you are still talking around the question. Where did u get the idea that 8.9 million is average budget?
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We should boycott anime live action movies. if we all did it they'd lose more than half their audience and then get it though their fat heads that we don't want them to make trash out of our beautiful story lines.
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GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:

any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie.


Well, not a movie, but there is a Gundam series where it was live action.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-Saviour


well ya. but as u said. its not really a movie. and in order for a gundam movie to be good, they need to spend alot of money on effects. low budget productions wont work for gundams


$8,950,948
¥1 billion
I'm pretty sure that these are the budgets for the film.
I don't think that's considered "low".

EDIT -
Nevermind, I found that it was a television movie set.
So, it kinda can be considered as a movie.


Dude 8.9 million is really a low budget. as i stated, a Gundam movie could be good if it was done as seriously as the transformers movie with a high budget. The transformer movie had 140 Million USD as budget. So 8.9 is only a small fraction of that.


So 8.9 million is "low"?
You're comparing a GOOD movie with an AVERAGE one. If we where to compare movies in general, would it be "low"? I doubt it.
A "low" budget is something like $1,200. While an average budget, is something similar to the one I just stated.
I'm pretty sure that an average is different from low.


listen. If Gundam is gonna be made into a movie, its gonna fall under the sci fi genre. And all DECENT sci fi movies have high budgets. more money = better and more explosions, better CG, better special effects, better actors, better writers, better costumes, better designers and etc. and look at the difference btwn the 2. Transformers had over 10 times more money to spend.

I mean you can't compare a sci fi movie with a chick flicks or shit loads of garbage movies that comes out every year. You just have low standards.


You stated, "Dude 8.9 million is really a low budget". Which means that you're classifying the movie as a whole (which means it doesn't only include Sci-fi, it also includes chick flicks, or 'shit loads of garbage' movies".


LOL. not really. if u read what i wrote carefully. u will see that i have been specifically referring to the Gundam movie (sci-fi). Plus i dunno where u got the idea that 8.9 million is around average budget. maybe if u include ALL the shit and failure movie. then maybe. but we are talking about good or at least decent movies. Which there mdeian budget over the last 20 years is around 41.7 Million.

http://specials.rediff.com/movies/2005/feb/25forbes.htm

here is the source if u want it


When did we start stating about "good/decent" movies? You're changing our previous conversation.
All I know is, that you stated, "8.9 million is a LOW budget". Which means that you are including the shit and failure movies. Seriously, reread our conversation. You just start mentioning decent movies with your last post. Which, you conlcuded into something different. And no, you haven't been specifically referring to Gundam movies. ALL YOU STATED WAS THAT 8.9 MILLION IS A LOW BUDGET, AND THEN WENT ON COMPARING THE MOVIE WITH TRANSFORMERS.

Then, when I said that it isn't a low budget, you started talking about how it's falls to decent Sci-Fi movies ONLY. Which, I have no memory of that BEFORE. All you stated was that 8.9 million is a LOW budget. And that itself, is referring to movies in GENERAL.

Difference.
D.I.F.F.E.R.E.N.C.E


uh. since my first post? its was "any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie." So i was reffering to a movie around that level, not some half ass attempt to try to make money off of a big name series.
And regardless of DECENT or not, u still fail to proof 8.9 million is average. i mean if i win the lotto i get more than that. a a big movie star alone will take up most if not all that.


Now you diverge. You said that you wanted a Gundam series that was a movie. When I showed you the movie known as G-Saviour, you started talking about it being a LOW BUDGET. Which then, gives to reader, the indication of you stating it as movies in general, since you stated that it was a LOW BUDGET, which does not just include Gundam/sci-fi. You meant it, but the readers read it otherwise.
/discussion

And also, you've only mentioned LICENSED movies. Unlicensed movies, ones uploaded on the internet, barely has any budgets at all. Not even close to 1 MILLION. And there're much more unlicensed movies than licensed ones.

And you only state the lotto? You do realize that over 5 billion people buy at least one lotto ticket a month, right? While the Gundam series, doesn't make that much money in a month.
Also, you stated that a BIG movie star. So we're not gonna talk about the other 500 million average people that act? No, I don't think that we should.

In conclusion, you've mentioned only licensed movies, but not any that aren't. And also that you've mistyped your post.
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not exactly. if u read my original post. u will see i wanted 3 specific things. 1 a movie based on a Gundam series, 2 a movie around the level of Transformers. and obviously an awsome 1.

Ur example fails to satify 2/3. plus your attempt to bring in the so call unlicensed movies are pretty funny. There are standards to decide what is a MOVIE. some 1 shooting a video and posting it on youtube is NOT a movie. A television series is NOT a movie. An anime is Not a movie. So lets not miss the point of the thread here.

And you are still talking around the question. Where did u get the idea that 8.9 million is average budget?


All you stated about the movie was that it COULD be awesome as the Transformers movie. You didn't state anything about the level HAVING to be around it. Reread pl0x


any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie.

COULD IS A POSSIBILITY

When the fuck did I say anything about a shitty video from youtube, etc? Please, all I stated was an UNLICENSED movie. Which isn't even anything like that. A UNLICENSED movie is an UNLICENSED motion picture.


A sequence of photographs projected onto a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create the illusion of motion and continuity.


Also, some shitty videos from youtube can be considered a movie.

Have you ever seen the movies that general high school movie club's budget? I doubt it


"It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie" that is the part u missed. meaning i am expecting them to do something similar for Gundam. So i guess u mis read even after u read it like 10 times.

Of course i am using COULD. otherwise the statement will be retarded. "like omg if they do exactly what they did for transformers, the gundam movie WILL 100% sure be awsome as well" the movie is not made, no 1 is sure.

As for ur so called unlicensed movie, can u provide examples? so just i know what u are considering as a movie.

that deffinition is not very practical. if a movie is just that of what u stated. then that means the simpsons TV series is a movie. every ep is 1 movie. in that case why did they make a SIMPSONS MOVIE? Anime is also a sequence of photographs projected onto a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create the illusion of motion and continuity, why is it not a movie?

Just cus they call it a MOVIE doesn't mean it is. its just like if i hand u a piece of shit. and tell u to eat it. but i tell u this is pizza but its just low budget pizza so eat up. Its like taking 1 thing and calling it something else to make it sound better. but it doesn't change anything.

And u still haven't answered my question. Where did u get the idea of 8.9 million is average movie budget?
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We should boycott anime live action movies. if we all did it they'd lose more than half their audience and then get it though their fat heads that we don't want them to make trash out of our beautiful story lines.


Lol he just really really hates the upcomming live action DBZ movie, as do I. I do however think there is a capacity to make live action movies. However they need to be strictly moderated and not just some crap that they put together in 5 minutes, much like how the DBZ live action characters look.
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gundam wing.......i know there will be a lot of CGI but hey .......i just wana see big ass robots destroying other not so strong big ass robots.............and i wanna see the live version of heero yui
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Detroit metal city is the only thing that ive wanted to see and thats alreasy coming out......yeah i know i put alreasy it was intended
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Teh-Kun wrote:


nathan_sexplosion wrote:

We should boycott anime live action movies. if we all did it they'd lose more than half their audience and then get it though their fat heads that we don't want them to make trash out of our beautiful story lines.


Lol he just really really hates the upcomming live action DBZ movie, as do I. I do however think there is a capacity to make live action movies. However they need to be strictly moderated and not just some crap that they put together in 5 minutes, much like how the DBZ live action characters look.


that's not entirely true. i hate most remakes in general. why do we need them? it's just a way to rip us all off by telling us a story we already know. it's not like these animes weren't subbed and dubbed. we can freakin understand them so why do we need to replace our favorite characters and directors with people we hate. if you wanna say it's to expand a good story to all the assholes who don't wanna watch them when they were animes, i say screw them. if they are close minded like that they don't deserve to bask in our wonderful storylines and characters. most people i know don't even like movies. most of them watch them because they feel they have nothing better to do. movies just fill an hour and a half before something else comes along. that's why every movie that has a gun on the cover makes the companies millions. it's bad enough that a high percentage of these dumb things are crappy movies in the first place.
so i say if you are going to do a remake, it better be damn good
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GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:


GintokiSakata wrote:


GoPlayGo wrote:

any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie.


Well, not a movie, but there is a Gundam series where it was live action.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G-Saviour


well ya. but as u said. its not really a movie. and in order for a gundam movie to be good, they need to spend alot of money on effects. low budget productions wont work for gundams


$8,950,948
¥1 billion
I'm pretty sure that these are the budgets for the film.
I don't think that's considered "low".

EDIT -
Nevermind, I found that it was a television movie set.
So, it kinda can be considered as a movie.


Dude 8.9 million is really a low budget. as i stated, a Gundam movie could be good if it was done as seriously as the transformers movie with a high budget. The transformer movie had 140 Million USD as budget. So 8.9 is only a small fraction of that.


So 8.9 million is "low"?
You're comparing a GOOD movie with an AVERAGE one. If we where to compare movies in general, would it be "low"? I doubt it.
A "low" budget is something like $1,200. While an average budget, is something similar to the one I just stated.
I'm pretty sure that an average is different from low.


listen. If Gundam is gonna be made into a movie, its gonna fall under the sci fi genre. And all DECENT sci fi movies have high budgets. more money = better and more explosions, better CG, better special effects, better actors, better writers, better costumes, better designers and etc. and look at the difference btwn the 2. Transformers had over 10 times more money to spend.

I mean you can't compare a sci fi movie with a chick flicks or shit loads of garbage movies that comes out every year. You just have low standards.


You stated, "Dude 8.9 million is really a low budget". Which means that you're classifying the movie as a whole (which means it doesn't only include Sci-fi, it also includes chick flicks, or 'shit loads of garbage' movies".


LOL. not really. if u read what i wrote carefully. u will see that i have been specifically referring to the Gundam movie (sci-fi). Plus i dunno where u got the idea that 8.9 million is around average budget. maybe if u include ALL the shit and failure movie. then maybe. but we are talking about good or at least decent movies. Which there mdeian budget over the last 20 years is around 41.7 Million.

http://specials.rediff.com/movies/2005/feb/25forbes.htm

here is the source if u want it


When did we start stating about "good/decent" movies? You're changing our previous conversation.
All I know is, that you stated, "8.9 million is a LOW budget". Which means that you are including the shit and failure movies. Seriously, reread our conversation. You just start mentioning decent movies with your last post. Which, you conlcuded into something different. And no, you haven't been specifically referring to Gundam movies. ALL YOU STATED WAS THAT 8.9 MILLION IS A LOW BUDGET, AND THEN WENT ON COMPARING THE MOVIE WITH TRANSFORMERS.

Then, when I said that it isn't a low budget, you started talking about how it's falls to decent Sci-Fi movies ONLY. Which, I have no memory of that BEFORE. All you stated was that 8.9 million is a LOW budget. And that itself, is referring to movies in GENERAL.

Difference.
D.I.F.F.E.R.E.N.C.E


uh. since my first post? its was "any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie." So i was reffering to a movie around that level, not some half ass attempt to try to make money off of a big name series.
And regardless of DECENT or not, u still fail to proof 8.9 million is average. i mean if i win the lotto i get more than that. a a big movie star alone will take up most if not all that.


Now you diverge. You said that you wanted a Gundam series that was a movie. When I showed you the movie known as G-Saviour, you started talking about it being a LOW BUDGET. Which then, gives to reader, the indication of you stating it as movies in general, since you stated that it was a LOW BUDGET, which does not just include Gundam/sci-fi. You meant it, but the readers read it otherwise.
/discussion

And also, you've only mentioned LICENSED movies. Unlicensed movies, ones uploaded on the internet, barely has any budgets at all. Not even close to 1 MILLION. And there're much more unlicensed movies than licensed ones.

And you only state the lotto? You do realize that over 5 billion people buy at least one lotto ticket a month, right? While the Gundam series, doesn't make that much money in a month.
Also, you stated that a BIG movie star. So we're not gonna talk about the other 500 million average people that act? No, I don't think that we should.

In conclusion, you've mentioned only licensed movies, but not any that aren't. And also that you've mistyped your post.
:l


not exactly. if u read my original post. u will see i wanted 3 specific things. 1 a movie based on a Gundam series, 2 a movie around the level of Transformers. and obviously an awsome 1.

Ur example fails to satify 2/3. plus your attempt to bring in the so call unlicensed movies are pretty funny. There are standards to decide what is a MOVIE. some 1 shooting a video and posting it on youtube is NOT a movie. A television series is NOT a movie. An anime is Not a movie. So lets not miss the point of the thread here.

And you are still talking around the question. Where did u get the idea that 8.9 million is average budget?


All you stated about the movie was that it COULD be awesome as the Transformers movie. You didn't state anything about the level HAVING to be around it. Reread pl0x


any Gundam series. It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie.

COULD IS A POSSIBILITY

When the fuck did I say anything about a shitty video from youtube, etc? Please, all I stated was an UNLICENSED movie. Which isn't even anything like that. A UNLICENSED movie is an UNLICENSED motion picture.


A sequence of photographs projected onto a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create the illusion of motion and continuity.


Also, some shitty videos from youtube can be considered a movie.

Have you ever seen the movies that general high school movie club's budget? I doubt it


"It could be awsome like how they did for the transformers movie" that is the part u missed. meaning i am expecting them to do something similar for Gundam. So i guess u mis read even after u read it like 10 times.

Of course i am using COULD. otherwise the statement will be retarded. "like omg if they do exactly what they did for transformers, the gundam movie WILL 100% sure be awsome as well" the movie is not made, no 1 is sure.

As for ur so called unlicensed movie, can u provide examples? so just i know what u are considering as a movie.

that deffinition is not very practical. if a movie is just that of what u stated. then that means the simpsons TV series is a movie. every ep is 1 movie. in that case why did they make a SIMPSONS MOVIE? Anime is also a sequence of photographs projected onto a screen with sufficient rapidity as to create the illusion of motion and continuity, why is it not a movie?

Just cus they call it a MOVIE doesn't mean it is. its just like if i hand u a piece of shit. and tell u to eat it. but i tell u this is pizza but its just low budget pizza so eat up. Its like taking 1 thing and calling it something else to make it sound better. but it doesn't change anything.

And u still haven't answered my question. Where did u get the idea of 8.9 million is average movie budget?


1. See? SOMETHING SIMILAR TO TRANSFORMERS. That means that G-Saviour would be considered SOMETHING SIMILAR TO TRANSFORMERS.
Thanks for proving my point.

2. Hence, more support to my statement.

3. I.e Movie Club movies

4. Then, you'll have to debate the facts with www.dictionary.com. If you happen to make them change their definition, then sure. You're arguing with FACTS. You cannot deny FACTS. And movies is actually moving picture in short. Back in the old times. The only definition is that a motion picture in the cinema, but since, G-Saviour is not from the cinema, I used a different definition.

Too bad, you'll have to debate with the whole entire world highschool movie clubs with that one.

Again, I stated that it was the movie club. If you disagree, argue with them.


Lets face it, nobody is convincing anyone. All of this is pretty much what your point of view is. Both side is correct, but, none is false.

So, I'm just gonna stop posting in this thread, since it's pretty much a bullshit argument.



1. I already said 2 or 3 posts ago that ur example fails to satisfy 2/3 of my specified request. and the 1 3rd is that i can sorta agree that its a movie even tho its a television movie. But that still doesn't make it awsome or anything close to transformers

4. I don't need to debate their deffinition. it does hold some truth to it. but only in theory. But as u should already know, theory and practice are completely different a good example will be communism.

Lol i don't have to argue with the movie clubs. cus its not movies. they are amatuer wannabes. Their movies are not shown in MOVIE theatres, not even on TV. Its not sold on DVDs in places like Best Buy or Wal Mart, just cus u are in a movie club movies does not make u a movie star so that means alot, they are not entered in Oscar movie awards, and many more reasons. So it pretty much some guy make a video and call it a movie. Thats non sense. If that works then i guess there is no video, tv show, or anime thats not a movie. So i guess according to u, i can draw a bunch of pictures in a books and flip thru the pages quickly to make it look like the pics are moving and i can say i am making a movie...

BTW. you still haven't answered my question. Where did u get the idea that 8.9 million is the average budget for movies?

but w/e. its not like u are gonna be convinced
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nathan_sexplosion wrote:


Teh-Kun wrote:


nathan_sexplosion wrote:

We should boycott anime live action movies. if we all did it they'd lose more than half their audience and then get it though their fat heads that we don't want them to make trash out of our beautiful story lines.


Lol he just really really hates the upcomming live action DBZ movie, as do I. I do however think there is a capacity to make live action movies. However they need to be strictly moderated and not just some crap that they put together in 5 minutes, much like how the DBZ live action characters look.


that's not entirely true. i hate most remakes in general. why do we need them? it's just a way to rip us all off by telling us a story we already know. it's not like these animes weren't subbed and dubbed. we can freakin understand them so why do we need to replace our favorite characters and directors with people we hate. if you wanna say it's to expand a good story to all the assholes who don't wanna watch them when they were animes, i say screw them. if they are close minded like that they don't deserve to bask in our wonderful storylines and characters. most people i know don't even like movies. most of them watch them because they feel they have nothing better to do. movies just fill an hour and a half before something else comes along. that's why every movie that has a gun on the cover makes the companies millions. it's bad enough that a high percentage of these dumb things are crappy movies in the first place.
so i say if you are going to do a remake, it better be damn good


Thats all we can hope for, cause they will be made and theirs nothing we can do T___T
Posted 8/22/08
Actually I won't mind if it's gonna be an anime live-action in JAPANESE! But an American makeover than FAUK THAT!!
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Bleach or Naruto....or even Rumbling Hearts and Tenjho Tenge but it will be hard to fight i think
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Please don't ruin the anime name with sucky movies.
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GintokiSakata wrote:

None so far.


Imagine Gintama become a real life move(This is gonna be a costly movie).
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