"He would prefer to film his film about film on film" is a grammatically correct sentence.
And that is a perfect example of why the English language is infuriating.
The worst abuse of an obviously fake insert shot I have ever seen is definitely in sharknado 2. The temperature knob on the emergency brake really does it for me.
There are too many things combined here for me to even attempt to explain it.
Fixed my cable box.
45 years ago today two badass motherfuckers set this rickety looking thing down on the surface of the moon.
Behold the Lunar Module (well, this is only the ascent stage but I’ll spare you the full lecture). The only manned spacecraft to ever land on anything that isn’t earth. Built with a singular purpose in mind - to bring people safely to the most hostile environment people have ever been to.
6 years from design pitch to first flight, and though the development process had it’s problems this rickety looking spacecraft never had a single operational failure.
Also it saved Tom Hanks and Kevin Bacon that one time.
I love those evenings when the subway alerts might as well say “good fucking luck getting to queens, asshole”
family feud is just, just an American treasure.
I took a picture of Delia taking a picture of Jim and it’s everything meta and epic and awesome.
Well, this looks ominous.
My roommate described this picture of me as “thug”. I’m not sure he understands the meaning of the word.
In a tangentially related story my efforts to get an on-set headshot didn’t work out as well as planned. But this aint bad.
At least someone took a picture of me making the worst face ever flying the steadicam in 95 degree heat.
Accidental trying-to-fix-the-steadicam selfie.
If you’re wondering why I’m drenched in sweat, op a steadicam on an 85 degree day in direct sunlight. YOU’LL LEARN.
What hell hath god wrought?
Standing. Fucking. Ovation.
My name is Jon.
They tell me I used to be very smart.
I'm 29 and in NYC, a Freelance Cinematographer, and a Tech Specialist for an New-Media Think-Tank somewhere in Academia.