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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Jox on 27 Aug 2015, 01:10

Specs have yet to be revealed, but supplements will include behind-the-scenes featurettes and six deleted scenes

http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/show/ ... uray/25430
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Jox on 01 Sep 2015, 10:46

Selected and to screen at the Burbank International Film Festival
on Friday September 11th at 9PM
(Burbank AMC Town Center 6)
http://www.burbankfilmfest.org/2015-fes ... -schedule/

‘4GOT10′, Filmed with Blackmagic URSA, Screens at Burbank International Film Festival 2015
http://hdslrshooter.com/4got10-filmed-w ... ival-2015/
Filmed in February of 2015, 4GOT10 was shot almost exclusively with the Blackmagic Design URSA by cinematographer Pablo Diaz.

Director Timothy Woodward Jr. accepts no substitutes for real gunfire on 4GOT10.
It was my privilege to have access to the set of 4GOT10, and one thing I can tell you is this was no second rate action film propped up by CGI. The gunfire (of which there is much) is completely real. As the picture above shows, stunt coordinators were constantly handing out earplugs or warning us to put our fingers in our ears. There was a constant barrage of fire from Ak-47s, AR-15s, .45s and 9mms. If real stunts and real action is your thing, you’re going to love 4GOT10.

HDSLR Shooter had full access to the set during production and will have an exclusive interview with Director Timothy Woodward Jr. who talks about what it was like to shoot a feature film with the URSA and finish it with DaVinci Resolve.

4GOT10 will screen at the 2015 Burbank International Film Festival on September 11 at 9PM, and it will be available for purchase for pre-order now from Amazon and Walmart.



http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=17498
Director Timothy Woodward, Jr. explains, "My team and I worked hard to create a stylized picture that captures the characters in this fascinating fictitious small town. The modernized western approach furthers our intention to encapsulate the grittiness of the world and the realness of the characters." He goes on to note, "Our use of practical effects (as opposed to CG) intensifies the grittiness of the world. When you use real effects – real fire, hot guns, true explosions – you throw the actors right into the middle of the situation, harvesting their most authentic reactions. This can be difference between a good action film and a great one."
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Jox on 03 Sep 2015, 09:56

Jox wrote:[b]Selected and to screen at the Burbank International Film Festival

And nominated for Best Feature and Johnny Messner, Dolph and Michael Paré each for Best Actor.
http://www.burbankfilmfest.org/2015-nominees/
(but what does it mean for such a small festival and especially when the SHARKNADO 3 actor is nominated as well, and probably their whole slate?)
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Jox wrote:US trailer for US residents
(not playable outside the US...)

Can someone in the US save it and send it to me please?
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Ivan, Jr. on 04 Sep 2015, 01:50

I sent a mp4 version of the trailer to you, Jox. Check your dolph.ultimate e-mail! :D
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Jox on 08 Sep 2015, 13:07

Japanese DVD release December 2
http://www.amazon.co.jp/%E3%82%A2%E3%83 ... C%E3%83%B3

(The Japanese title translates as "Ultimate Agent" :lol: )
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Jox on 12 Sep 2015, 00:29

Jox wrote:Japanese DVD release December 2
http://www.amazon.co.jp/%E3%82%A2%E3%83 ... C%E3%83%B3

(The Japanese title translates as "Ultimate Agent" :lol: )

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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby dude hallenbeck on 01 Oct 2015, 07:47

This movie somehow has a HD rip available online already. Fucks sake. :roll:
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Jox on 01 Oct 2015, 10:11

Not surprised, the Blu-Ray/DVD comes out in 5 days... That's why SHARK LAKE gets out on iTunes and VOD first before coming out on disc in December.
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby dude hallenbeck on 02 Oct 2015, 06:52

That's a much better approach honestly.
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby savagesketch on 04 Oct 2015, 22:35

Just got finished watching this one. Sadly, it's another disappointment. Maybe not as bad as the Serafini trio of films (only a hair better), but it still has a misogynistic undertone and utilizes the same 'ol method of freezing the frame and flashing the characters' names as they walk on screen (which wore out its welcome years ago; lazy way to tell a story imho). As you can imagine, Dolph is barely in it. And when he does, the picture really doesn't get any more exciting. Its cliche after cliche, where the "name" stars show up, spout their line(s) of exposition dialogue, then leave. Clearly low budget and shot over the course of a weekend. On a side note, there's absolutely no reason for Vivica A. Fox to be in this... At all.

I'm beginning to wonder that films like this are developed slightly backwards... Actors are found to be available for a limited amount of time, signed on, and then the necessary financing is acquired thanks to their involvement. Only THEN is the script written and finalized, and then shot soon after. Only way I can think to justify such poor dialogue and by the numbers action and conflict(s).

Another missed opportunity. Then again, given the fact that Dolph shot for what looked like three days, and the film was put together and released in a six-month turnaround time, there really wasn't much of an "opportunity" to begin with other than cashing a check. Thankfully, there's WAR PIGS which looks better and a little more stylized. Hopefully, LARCENY is able to make better use of Dolph.
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Jox on 04 Oct 2015, 23:09

savagesketch wrote:Then again, given the fact that Dolph shot for what looked like three days,

Yeah he did two or three days on that one, I didn't even know about it until set pics showed up, and he mentioned it to me after the facts. I think Vivica Fox was cast during the shoot and was on the set (one or two days) towards the very end...
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby savagesketch on 05 Oct 2015, 06:31

Considering Dolph is saying yes to projects like this, I can only imagine what the projects are like that he's saying no to... :shock:
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Jox on 05 Oct 2015, 10:08

I don't know because sometimes it's not the projects in themselves that he considers or asses globally, but the role he'd play. To be honest I think he can pass some good stuff sometimes. Depending on the context and where he's hat, there can be various things influencing his choices.
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Re: 4GOT10 (Timothy Woodward Jr, 2015) (completed)

Postby Travis on 05 Oct 2015, 13:33

I thought it wasn't bad, but not good either. It was kind of on the boring side but unlike War Pigs and Battle of the Damned, I actually made it through the whole thing.
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