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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of film.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. recorded on film.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. recorded on film; made into a movie
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That is one of the better moments in filmed science fiction and Darabont nails his critique of the clunky VO.
I can barely get past it in written fiction, and filmed is right out.
So it may be quite evident from watching the shows that the experience of being filmed is a negative one, full stop.
Now the only negative about watching part of the finale get filmed is … they had to film the same part of the movie again … and again … and again.
The video is filmed from the front of a group facing police - how do you know what was behind the camera?
Two months before his accidental drug overdose, Adam Goldstein filmed a cameo for the Iron Man sequel and director Jon Favreau debated whether or not to include it.
Movie props are designed to be filmed from a distance, but this car truly looks and feels “real” even up close.
The current Bond being filmed is called Modicum of Asshattery, or something equally lame.
First, the film ‘Smokescreen’ by ‘Unknown’ featuring a man walking into a series of smoke-filled rooms — we never see his face as it is either obscured by smoke, or he is filmed from the side or behind.
Sure, the interplanetary patrol idea didn't originate with FP -- or in filmed media at all -- but certainly the crew dynamic presented in TOS seems alwful close to what we see here.