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  • Today we will be looking through some of the iconic movie.

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  • This is back in the day.

  • They had that kind of like in place everything now find a spot lit like the crowd is super lit when you cut to them.

  • But when you see here are you way shot this film that we had it on green screen hard boxing looks perfect.

  • I mean, I got a little bit taunting which Israel over exaggerated characters over exaggerated.

  • He's a little punching behind telegraph and everything is everything's like, overdramatic like super wide punches like over selling everything.

  • No love Ali now because they made her gloves fatter to help with the contact number.

  • My wonder behind the scenes of this so many times, Jamie Children.

  • And this is the story of icon, you know, legend, everything he's meant that was the mental game of the gaps in the chest.

  • Matches like I need to just hold on for a little bit longer.

  • Let me bluff my way through this little tired spot until I get my get my feet back.

  • You don't You don't see a lot of that.

  • They're goingto boxing matches.

  • Just strictly all punches, you know, half of fighters, tiny each other without gaining position, trying to get the advantage.

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  • You know, those big misses?

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  • They were just the style of, like, you know, the short that also not wearing, uh, what was.

  • The thing is you guys want with a touch of the cups in the hole like a pilot got cups with nice transit is, uh I mean, what's interesting?

  • This is like the first round each other.

  • Yeah, this is what I'm feeling each other out.

  • And then Apollo, nothing's in the ring like everything is from outside of a buff again.

  • Not a definite size approach he has.

  • He's like, he'll be in close ups of people talking back and forth.

  • Everything is definitely from the audience perspective, which is really interesting.

  • Speed rooms.

  • You definitely took some bids from this was finishes.

  • And then, like a musical score two with music kind of kicks and was tired.

  • Starts to shift was playing.

  • Also, you have these rapid cuts too.

  • So if you look at the evening like they're really fast and really high, a lot of Mrs it's like more of a broader swath.

  • Really.

  • Boxing there's more like backyard broken, you know, because there was no glove.

  • So you felt like you were hearing the flesh.

  • And then that way got it.

  • Eyes a combination of this and raging bull.

  • If they have that on here, obviously, uh, isn't in my favorite movie of all time 1943 troll and did a good job tracking character, arts and emotions through this, too.

  • Yeah.

  • You know, they really stay with you now.

  • Last last, really cut back.

  • He's in the camera.

  • Flashes are way too high cuts as well.

  • Like if you're trying to, like, long take, you have a camera fresh.

  • You can always use that.

  • Very good.

  • You just buried underneath it looking this slow.

  • Motion comes up, it's cold.

  • Oh, my baby.

  • Right in the mix.

  • We did a lot of like P O V shots.

  • A lot of his perspective throughout the entire fight shuts up.

  • That we did in this movie is straight down.

  • The barrel is very effective.

  • Man.

  • You can feel the aggression before the power behind it.

  • He'll be shot.

  • Our fight in the film way similar style with the overhead lighting on notice, that last fight try toe shows definition sound like this soft box over.

  • Everyone trying to help you.

  • We need to help your muscles talk like that.

  • But no, it really does help get it is like the cinematic feel, just mimicking like, you know, older style, you know, colors and stuff.

  • You just tell the difference from the other films over saturated colors someone.

  • It's like the old family if you can't see the crowd in the back in a very earnestly first, like 10 15.

  • But the lighting is really hard for this from the side of flour around.

  • What gives you that, like a real boxing match?

  • Build a lot of no underdog story underdog story.

  • This one had arcs within the fights.

  • You remember that each round had their own art, which I think you'll like slide created that really like this whole round One is yours around to be Drago Feather on his back and forth, really argument out as much.

  • And what I dread about this one, too, is the coaching in the corner was very much accurate.

  • What they were doing in the ring.

  • Taking notes, showing the chess match between like the corners and stuff taken adjustments and it's a woman.

  • Boxing.

  • Yeah, I know it's pretty doing.

  • Yeah, definitely.

  • Have too many of those.

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  • No, not today.

  • Not today.

  • I finish with you.

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  • Threw the towel bag.

  • Is that legal?

  • I don't think that's legal.

  • Give him that way.

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  • You know, your body punches you could like.

  • You know, you could really make contact on that one.

  • You know, it's easier.

  • So how did how did flow punches?

  • You had to take off his body.

  • Felt those.

  • I felt every single one of those.

  • He did a good job with holding him back after a while, I think the first couple of rounds, he was like Like stuff.

  • He's strong, he's big.

  • Take the And it was my God ring and felt him like, playfully tapped me.

  • Brother, I'm gonna do one of these.

  • It means I hour looking at you.

  • You let me I have Hey, speaking of dry goals, this is just a slow first wife.

  • You go.

  • I go your turn.

  • My time right and left.

  • And this is like the rhythm right here.

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  • Fact about this is that we, uh we use some of this footage in the create film.

  • And so I got to see, like, the raw, like, uncut stuff, and he sent it over from the studio.

  • And the way he shot it, he was very specific on what moments he wanted to capture.

  • So you literally see one or two punches with one taken here, so take a little three seconds.

  • Four seconds long.

  • Really?

  • Like Frankenstein?

  • Yeah.

  • Couldn't stitch any together.

  • Could you have to start editing the whole fight?

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Michael B. Jordan Reviews Boxing Movies with Director Steven Caple Jr. | Vanity Fair

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/04/15
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