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re: Great Opening Credit Sequences (self.movies) originally posted by donisthorpe
niepce's reply 6 years ago

Great call on Art of the Title.

I love them (opening credits) as well.

Here are a few:

Catch Me if You Can is great and a total rip off of North by Northwest

Dr. No - although the switch to 3 blind mice is kind of weird

Do the Right Thing - Watch Rosie dance to PE

The Pink Panther - The opening title sequence is probably more famous than the movies themselves.

But my favorite is Dr. Strangelove. Sex between airplanes never looked so good.

re: deleted ( originally posted by mehna
niepce's reply 3 years ago

Doesn't really seem FreemiumStock offers anything.

This is just a blank homepage.

re: THE LANDING ( originally posted by donisthorpe
niepce's reply 3 years ago

This really is an amazing short flick, and everyone should check it out.

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submitted by niepce 4 years ago to /h/movies
re: To Live and Die in L.A.(1985) - Theatrical Trailer ( originally posted by bogey
niepce's reply 4 years ago

I agree, check this movie out. As I've said before, for some William Petersen and 80s goodness I'd also checkout Manhunter

re: Dazed and Confused Intro "Sweet Emotion" ( originally posted by bogey
niepce's reply 4 years ago

If you're an intro credits geek (maybe a big fan a Saul Bass?) this is definitely up there in terms of subtlety, simplicity, and setting up almost everything you're going to need about the movie you're about to watch, and it's characters.

It also let's you know you're in good hands from...well, even before the first shot (the sun rising with the bass in the background, then the click to "Gramercy Pictures Presents" for the second time, and then the drums hit, orange car, etc.).

All that and it's only 2:17.