On Friday, July 18, 2008, history was made. Christopher Nolan's groundbreaking Batman epic, The Dark Knight, was released and movies would never be the same again. In a first for a major Hollywood movie, Nolan and cinematographer Wally Pfister shot portions of The Dark Knight on IMAX 15-perf/65mm film (projected in 70mm) using IMAX cameras. It's literally like staring at the Monolith from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The rest (and majority) of the film is shot in standard 35mm anamorphic. This causes the aspect ratio to change when switching back and forth between the two film formats. Nolan shoots his movies on film because it's better than digital, or something.
Now, enough technical bullshit. Let's move on to the film (not film stock) itself.
"Mr. Chase was great in SNL, Caddyshack, Fletch, and two of the four Vacation movies. But after a while, he made a few duds like John Carpenter's Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Man of the House, Cops & Robbersons, Vegas Vacation, and dare I mention that horrible talk show [1993's The Chevy Chase Show]. Simply put, he's past his prime and we, the city of Chevy Chase, are embarrassed to bear his name. Murray, on the other hand, is still a relevant and popular working actor. He's gone from Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day, Larger Than Life, and Space Jam… to higher brow affair such as Lost in Translation, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Aquatic Life of Something or Another, and let's not forget his cameo in Zombieland. Mr. Chase, you need to step it up a little! You're almost as forgotten as Rick Moranis!"
THE HEART OF THE SUN -- Congratulations and Mazal-Tov to A Saucerful of Secrets, Pink Floyd's second album, for turning 50 today. Also, Joe Jackson, the worst father in the history of mankind (and not to be confused with the white British dude who sang "Steppin' Out"), died June 27. Jackson was the father of the great late Michael Jackson, who is still 50 years old, thanks to the genius fatherhood of Joe Jackson.
LEE'S SIDE -- Another day, another embarrassing example of SJW/social activism/political correctness gone ridiculously too far. We are more divided than ever, thanks to Donald Trump, Russians, Russian hookers, pee tapes, porn stars, "fake" news, Faux News, political corruption, and, most recently, internment of immigrants and separation of families. And now it seems even something as innocuous as ice cream is something we can no longer agree on.
SAVANNAH, Georgia -- Some local fishermen reeled in what they called "the catch of a lifetime" Tuesday when they pulled aboard an MK15 Nuclear Fish that was accidentally dropped by a B-47 bomber back in 1948. The men were aboard the Kraken Hunter VIII when one of their lines hooked on "something big," nearly snapping the corresponding fishing rod.
"I started reelin' her in, but she was a fighter," one of the sailors told UnNews. The bomb had been resting peacefully on the bottom for 70 years and was not it a good mood. "It just went back and forth, tugging harder on that line than anything I'd seen before."
"I thought we had caught the Megashark!" said another.
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