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Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound

Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound is a movie starring Erik Aadahl, Ioan Allen, and Richard L. Anderson. An exploration of the history and emotional power of cinema sound, as revealed by legendary sound designers and visionary...

Other Titles
電影音效傳奇:好萊塢之聲, Konsten att skapa ett soundtrack - film, ljud och musik
Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Midge Costin
Bobette Buster
Ioan Allen, Karen Baker Landers, Richard L. Anderson, Erik Aadahl
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An exploration of the history, artistry, and emotional power of cinema sound, as revealed by legendary sound designers and visionary directors, via interviews, clips from movies, and a look at their actual process of creation and discovery.

Comments about documentary «Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound» (132)

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Stephanie Hansen

One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It's not just about the film, but about the film's subjects, their families, and the industry. It's not just about the films themselves, but about the films' makers. I had no idea of the impact that this film had. It's about how one film can affect an entire generation, and that is something that we need to be more aware of. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn about how to be a better filmmaker.

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I enjoyed this film. The sound design was excellent. I found myself in the theater with the audience. The film had a very original feel. The director is a very talented filmmaker. I think he did an excellent job with the film. I would definitely recommend this film to others.

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This documentary is one of the most important film to come out of the so-called independent film community in the last few years. As a film student, I found it very important to know how such a broad base of actors and filmmakers come together and create films, particularly when you are just getting started in the business. The documentary includes interviews with the directors, actors, production designers, and sound artists. The film also includes some of the film school directors as well as film students at the University of California, Los Angeles. I thoroughly enjoyed this documentary, as it was great to learn from these people. Many of the artists in this documentary are also in the film school in film and sound, so you get to learn from them too. I highly recommend this documentary for anyone who loves independent film.

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Cheryl Richards

This is a great movie and I am so glad I decided to watch it. I love documentaries, especially those that are about the people that make them. This one was interesting and well worth watching. I can't remember the last time I watched a documentary that had such a strong and realistic feel to it. The way the documentary was filmed was amazing and the sound was amazing. It really made you feel like you were there with the people that were making the documentary. It was almost as if the director was really there with the people that were making the documentary. The documentary is really short, but it is also really long. It is so refreshing to see a documentary that is so short and yet so long. This is a really cool documentary that should be watched by all filmmakers and anyone that wants to learn about how to make a documentary.

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Frank Jordan

I've been a fan of John Waters for years. His work is so distinctive, so dark, and so brutal that it's impossible not to like him. He's an expert filmmaker and a master storyteller. I love the films he's made, but I also love his music. The film is so beautifully shot and filmed that it's impossible to not be moved by it. I love the way he presents the stories of the artists who are in the film. He gives the music a rhythm and a rhythm that is unlike anything I've ever heard. He uses it in a way that is subtle, yet powerful. It's a different way of telling a story, and I'm very happy to see it being used in a film like this. I love the way he tells the stories. I love how he shows the stories as they happen, as they are happening. It's a beautiful, beautiful film. The best I've seen in a long time.

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Elizabeth C.

I was so curious to see this documentary. I am a big fan of the sound designers. I thought it would be a fun way to learn about their craft. I was very pleased that it was very entertaining. I would recommend this film to anyone. I did not find it boring. It was very enjoyable.

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Aaron Dixon

This is an excellent documentary about the rise of sound and sound design in Hollywood. It has been a long time since I've seen a documentary that has all of the elements of an excellent documentary. The cast is brilliant, the locations are beautiful, the soundtrack is perfect, and the music is fantastic. This is a must see documentary for anyone who is interested in the history of film and sound. The fact that the documentary is made in the style of a book is also an added bonus.

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Jean C.

I found this movie very refreshing. It really showed the true meaning of art. It showed how art is a reflection of the soul and how art is about the way we see the world. The director was really nice and showed the truth behind the art. The movie was very interesting. I loved it and I recommend it to anyone who likes art.

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Louis Herrera

Cinematic Sound is an in depth look at the often overlooked and underutilized music to cinema. This documentary starts out with Michael Haneke's 1985 classic "A Night Like This". It begins with a pair of interviews with its composer and protagonist Paul W. S. Anderson. He explains how he creates sounds out of disparate sounds by playing notes on a piano. This film is not just about Sibelius, it's about the art of music, how it is created, how it's used in film and how it's also used in our lives. It's a visual testament to the musical life of a silent film era. Here we see some of the historical references to sound in the silent films. The same kind of use of music is found in Fellini's film "On the Beach" and again in the "The Great Dictator" by the film's director. But it's more than just a visual testament. It's an appreciation of the art of music that it must be more than just a sound. The first time I watched this film I was fascinated by it, it was a visual and emotional one. This film will stand the test of time. It is a must see for any film fan.

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Mildred S.

In my opinion, this documentary was a good idea. However, I believe the film could have been better if the filmmakers had more time to tell their story. The thing that got me most was how they tried to make all the actors in this film sound like they were in the same room. I believe that it could have been a lot better if they had spent more time telling the story of the art of cinema and the actors that are involved in that process. This is a documentary about the making of a documentary. However, it is not a documentary about the making of a movie, so if you have seen one of these films, you already know what I'm talking about. The movie also seemed to have a bit of a lagging in the middle of the documentary. There were parts where I would have liked to know more about the actors and their experience on the project. The other problem I have is that it was very difficult to follow the story because the movie was split into chapters. The main character was not really important and the story seemed to have a lot of holes and the actors were not really on screen enough. They also didn't seem to have a lot of screen time. Also, I think the documentary would have been better if it was a bit shorter. Overall, I would have liked to have seen a little more about the characters that were involved in this documentary and a bit more about the process of making a movie. Overall, I would recommend this film to people who are fans of movies. It is interesting and I would definitely watch it again.

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Lawrence Wilson

The movie is pretty much all about the "sound" in movies. We're introduced to a lot of great sound artists who have been working in movies for a long time. Each one has their own opinion about how the sound in movies should be done, and they also share their opinions about the many problems with movies. It's quite interesting to see how different people feel about the same things, and how many different opinions are expressed. Some people say that movies should be free of sound. Others say that movies should have sound. I'm not sure what they're talking about. I really enjoyed this movie, and it's probably the best documentary I've seen on sound in movies.

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This is a great film. It is truly a film about the sound and the emotion that is created by sound. The cinematography is superb, and the sound track is incredible. The interviews with the sound editors, sound engineers, and others involved in this film are inspiring and enlightening. It is an absolute must see for anyone interested in the art of sound and the film making process. This film is truly a work of art.

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A documentary that captures the art and craft of filmmaking. The interviews with the people behind the scenes of the making of a film are fascinating and show a great deal of creativity and passion. The most interesting interview is with an actor who played a key role in the making of the film and who also had a very unique experience in the making of the film. There are also some great insights into the process of getting the film financed and how it was funded. One of the more interesting aspects of the documentary is the connection between the director and the director of photography. There are several scenes where the director is clearly involved with the film, and the director of photography is clearly involved with the film. It's almost like the director of photography was actually involved with the film. The film also has a very interesting commentary by the film's director, but it's very important to note that it's only the director of photography who is speaking. This is a great documentary that should be seen by anyone who is interested in film making.

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Tammy H.

This is a must see! No matter if you are an old person or a child, you will enjoy this excellent documentary. First of all, don't be offended by the images of the human body. It is merely the physical form of the two people. A body is more than an image. It is a representation of a person, a living soul. As for the sound, there are many great sources of sounds in the film, some of which were used previously in the film, but the amazing "jazz" soundtrack is a new one that is now known to many. Great filmmaking and a film that shows us the importance of hearing and seeing in our life. This film is really good for everybody.

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Beverly Wright

This documentary has given me a better appreciation of film-making. It's about a man who loves movies. He loves them so much that he puts himself through some rigorous film school and has never made a film before. It's a difficult subject to deal with, especially when it involves your own son. You get to see his excitement and wonderment at learning how to make movies and you get to hear him talk about it. I didn't know that he'd put his life on the line to make a movie and I'm glad I did. This is a wonderful movie and is the best I've seen in a long time. It has a great look at the process and the craft of film-making.

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Kathryn Jones

I thought this movie was great. I have seen it three times now and I can't stop watching it. It's really a good movie to watch with your kids. It's a great movie for anyone who wants to learn more about film. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who has a sense of humor.

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Ryan W.

The movie follows various story lines that link to a central theme of the movie: how we view a movie. I've always been fascinated by movies, but not really at a "titillating" level. But watching this documentary gave me a new perspective on what it means to be a "film buff." Even as a fan of old movies, I've always wondered if the people who loved them ever had any real insight into how they were made. I think that the answers are on the "inside." I think this documentary explores that same kind of depth, and does it with a lot of style and style alone. I think it's an important movie for the 21st century, and a great companion piece to "The Life of David Gale" (which was also made in 1993, but it's now nearly thirty years old). I found the two documentaries equally engaging, and the one that's made in 1993 even more fascinating. It's a pretty remarkable achievement that they both made in 1993, and the question of "what makes a good movie?" is also addressed in "The Making of A Night at the Opera."

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I was looking for a movie to watch on the weekend and found this on Netflix. I am not a fan of documentaries, but this was definitely a good choice. It was like a behind the scenes look at how a documentary is made. It was very interesting. I loved the behind the scenes look at how the director is able to get all the scenes together. I also liked the way that they talked about the different techniques that the director uses. I am very interested in movies that are based on real people. This was a good movie.

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David S.

This is a wonderful, informative documentary about how soundtracks are made and the impact they have on the audience. The filmmakers are all very knowledgeable about the history of film soundtracks and the various techniques that are used to create the sound. They also talk about how soundtracks are created and the various ways that soundtracks are altered for the stage play and the film. There is a great amount of information and interviews that make this film very interesting. The only real negative thing I can say about this film is that it is a bit long and there are some parts that are a bit boring. Overall, this is a wonderful documentary about the history of soundtracks and how they were made and the impact they have on the audience.

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Roger E.

This documentary is the one that I was looking forward to seeing. I had seen the excellent, much better and well directed "Music of the Heart", and I thought it was going to be just as good. However, it wasn't. In fact, it was worse. The worst part of this movie was that it was a couple of hours too long. I have read other reviews and people are saying that it was overlong, but I was actually bored throughout. It was one of those movies that you can't really figure out what the movie is about until the very end, so I was very bored the entire time. This is not the worst documentary I've ever seen, but it's definitely not the best either.

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This documentary is well worth seeing. It is fascinating to see how a professional's artistic vision is followed through the use of sound in film and television. The documentary is a bit long, but it is well worth the time to see. It is also well worth seeing the other documentaries on this site.

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Karen Nguyen

The History of Cinema with the likes of John Ford, Hammer, Thelonious Monk, Federico Fellini, Satyajit Das, Jacques Demy, David Lean, Jacques Demy, Francois Truffaut, Robert Altman and many more directors, there are just a few to name. I like them all and was hoping to see a few of the Directors interviewed. That is the reason why I gave it a 9. This is not a documentary, it's a work of art and it deserves a good 10. But it's a 9 because it's just not a 10. They should have made it a 10. Well, it's a good work, I just don't know why it was rated a 10. It's not a bad film, it's just not a 10.

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As an avid fan of the horror genre, I was thrilled to find a documentary that gave me a glimpse into the world of horror and suspense. This is a must see for anyone interested in the art of film. The art of film is a vast subject that I am not able to cover in this short review. But I can say that this documentary is a must see for anyone who loves the art of film. I love films and I love horror. So, this documentary will be one that I will be putting on my list of films to purchase. I highly recommend this film to anyone who enjoys the art of film.

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Theresa Ortega

This is the most comprehensive look at sound effects ever filmed. It is an amazing look at how sound effects have been utilized in movies and video games. It is an eye opener to all of us who have an interest in this genre of film. The story is told by David Boyce, a documentary film maker who also does audio work. The movie is a great introduction to this field of film. This is a must see movie for any film enthusiast.

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Arthur B.

I am very much in love with film. I've been a fan of film since I was about 5. I've been an avid film buff since I was about 12. I'm a student of film at an elite university and have a degree in film, and I've worked with many film professionals. I am also a fan of the art of film making. The film that I was most excited about seeing was "Manhattan Murder Mystery", starring Jack Nicholson and Julia Roberts. I had been wanting to see this movie for months and I finally saw it on opening night. I'm very glad that I did. "Manhattan Murder Mystery" is a fascinating film about the art of film making. The film shows us the stories of a number of people who have made films, and it is interesting to see how they made their films. The film shows us the struggles that they went through and how they managed to overcome these difficulties. This is a great film to see. It is very informative and very entertaining. It is a film that I would recommend to anyone. I think that the film is very well done, and it's worth seeing. It's a great film.

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Denise L.

I remember when this documentary came out in 2004, it was a good movie that had been overlooked. Since then, it has taken on a life of it's own and the film has gained more visibility and has garnered a great deal of critical acclaim. The film focuses on a very small group of artists who produce high quality soundtracks for films. This documentary covers their histories, how they started, what they do, and how their work is rewarded by the filmmakers. It's a great film to see and learn about the story behind soundtracks. I've heard that it's not for everyone, but if you're into the subject, I think you'll like it. The film was well produced, the interviews were good, and the overall feel of the film was very well done. The only thing that I found a bit off was that there was a lot of talking heads, which made it seem a little long for a feature length film. The acting was great, and I found the performances of the actors to be very believable and natural. Overall, I think the film was excellent and it's a good movie to see. I highly recommend it!

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I can only give this movie a 9 out of 10. It is a documentary, and it is supposed to show you what a great job sound engineers do. It also shows what the greatest sound engineers, when they retire, do. It's very interesting, it shows what these guys do when they have money, and can retire. There are some people who are still doing sound design, and they talk about how they love the sound they are making. I would highly recommend this to anyone who likes to know more about sound engineering. I think it's worth watching, it will help you appreciate what sound engineers do.

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It was a pleasure to see this documentary on the high-profile project. It covers many aspects of the project, including the filming, the composer's background and how he started out. It also includes interviews with other members of the crew and with the composer himself. The camera work is amazing and the interviews are very interesting. I highly recommend this documentary for anyone interested in film-making, music or sound in general.

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Teresa Newman

Michael Rosenbaum and Mike Mendez were the first to use Cinematic Sound in the feature film. When I was a young teen, I watched this film and was blown away by how incredible it was. The direction and editing are excellent, and the film is wonderful. However, it is a little too long. I wish the film was half an hour shorter. The film is great, but it could have been longer.

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This is a very interesting documentary about the making of the classic film "The Sound of Music". The film is one of the best musicals ever made, and the way the director of photography, Roger Deakins, has recreated the sound of the film is amazing. I was very impressed with the way that he recreated the music, using digital video, to create the illusion that the actors are actually singing the songs. If you're looking for a documentary that tells you how the film was made, this is the one. If you're looking for a documentary that tells you how the film was made, I recommend you look at the DVD. It's a very interesting film.

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This is an amazing documentary, that will make you think about the art of sound. The film is well done, and the interviews with the people who have worked in the industry are very interesting. The film is about the life of the sound people, and how they got started. It is a story about how the sound people have become so important in our lives, and how they are still doing great work. It is a great film, that will make you think about the art of sound. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the history of sound.

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Rachel Green

I don't know what to say. It was an amazing documentary about the making of a movie, that is the most important thing to say. It's an eye opening story about the art of movie making, and how it has evolved over the years. But it also talks about the true history of how the movie was made. It's an interesting story and I enjoyed it a lot.

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Gary M.

This is a very interesting documentary. The first part of the movie is very compelling and I think that there is a lot of material that can be used in other documentaries and I'm sure that there are other people out there that would love to be involved with this kind of work. I will give it the benefit of the doubt and say that they went out of their way to make this documentary. They shot the interviews in a very professional and professional way. I was not very impressed with the sound editing and I didn't think that it was very good. There was a few times where the sound would be cut off completely and the audio would play, but I am not sure if it was because of the editing or the editing itself. In any case, I think that it was just a bit of a let down. It really seems like they tried to put a lot of time into this documentary and I think that they did a really good job. I would like to say that the sound editing was a little too professional and it was kind of boring. However, the second part of the movie was really good. The first part was really interesting and I was really impressed with the quality of the sound that they used. I was very impressed with the way that they used film and sound in this part of the film. This was my favorite part of the movie. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who is into documentaries and movies in general.

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I've been a fan of the movie since I was a kid, but I've never been able to get into it until I saw it again on DVD last year. I am now able to say that I am a true fan. The cinematography is excellent, the music is superb, and the story is incredible. I am not sure if I could ever put this movie into words, but I do know that it is one of the best films I have ever seen. I am not sure how much of this movie is true, but I have read the book and it is amazing. I hope to see it on DVD as soon as possible.

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Grace Richards

This is a wonderful documentary. It is interesting to see how the British are influenced by their film-making traditions and how they have evolved over time. The documentary begins with the creation of the BBC in the early 1920s and goes through the development of the BBC in the 1950s and 1960s. It also goes through the BBC's development in the 1980s and 1990s and its transition to the internet. I found the documentary to be very informative and entertaining. The documentary is very informative and I think the people that have not seen this film should definitely go and see it. I am a big fan of documentaries and I have seen a lot of them. This documentary is very entertaining and I would definitely recommend it.

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Mark C.

I thought it was very interesting to see this documentary. I think it is important to understand that sound has a huge impact on how we experience the world. It is a very subjective experience and one that is often difficult to explain. The people that work in sound, as well as the people that work with it, are often highly educated and have very well thought out and thought out concepts of what makes sound sound. This documentary shows what they have to say about what makes sound sound. The documentary also provides some insights into how sound is used in movies. The people interviewed in the documentary also give us some insight into how sound is used in movies. I think that this documentary was a good way to get to know more about the art of sound and to learn more about the people that make sound and how it is used in movies. I think that the documentary was very well done. I think that it was a very informative documentary and I would recommend it to anyone that is interested in sound.

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Samantha Patel

I had the privilege of watching this movie in its original German language version, and was surprised to find the German subtitles and subtitles in English. I didn't know the difference, and found it very helpful. I was especially impressed with the commentaries that were in English, but in German. I was also impressed with the German and English translations of the directors commentary, and the director's comments on the movie. All in all, this is a very well done documentary and a great addition to the collection of movies that I have seen about this subject. I would recommend this movie to anyone interested in this subject. I look forward to seeing it again.

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This documentary tells the story of how one of the greatest directors of all time was able to find a way to make his films without the use of any special effects. The director of the film is John Boorman, who made the first three of the "Godfather" films, and created the music for the "Lord of the Rings" films. The film is about how he did it. The documentary starts out with a question and answer session with the director, where he explains how he learned to do things that had never been done before. He also tells of the story of how he started making films. In the story he also explains how he has the right to do whatever he wants, because he is a filmmaker. He also explains the reason why he didn't want to use special effects. This documentary was a very good one, and it was definitely worth seeing.

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Laura Harrison

I watched this movie with a friend, and I'm just glad I didn't watch it alone. So many of the characters are very familiar, and I wasn't sure if I was watching "one of those" movies. I thought I was watching a movie with a twist. Some of the interviews with the directors, some with the writers, and a bunch of actors (well, some of them) made the movie even more interesting. I think it was a great way to spend an afternoon or evening. Maybe I was expecting something a little bit more than what I got, but I don't think it was a bad movie. I just think it was a little more subtle than the other movies I've seen lately. You'll probably love it, or you'll hate it, but I definitely didn't hate it. 7/10

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John Dixon

A documentary that focuses on the history of sound and the art of film making. It is a fascinating story of how sound effects were used to tell a story in the early days of film making. The film is very informative, it is very well made and has a great sound track. The film is also very well shot and the transitions between scenes are very well done. This is a great film that is very informative and a must see for anyone who wants to learn more about the history of sound.

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Billy O.

I watched this film last night and was very impressed. It's a great documentary and a great look into the art of sound. It's interesting to see how different sounds can make a film come to life. The film starts off with the sound effects of the plane crash in the first scene and then goes into the sound effects of the car crashing in the second scene. It's a great documentary that's a must see.

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What is really interesting about this documentary is that it is based on a book, and the film makers had the benefit of a few years to go through the book. They then made a film based on that book. And for the most part, it is as good as the book. There is a lot of great information about the history of sound in cinema, and the kind of sound the director used. The director also showed the director's new movie, The Death of Stalin, and it was amazing. I'm not going to give anything away, but I will say that if you are a fan of sound and cinema, you will want to see this documentary. The film is not as good as the book, but it is better than most documentaries.

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Henry F.

This film is a real gem! I am sure many of you have seen it, but for those of you that haven't I strongly suggest you watch it! It is such an inspiring documentary about the amazing art of sound and film. The film is quite well made and, while some parts of the documentary are a bit slow, they are necessary and to make the whole thing work. It is an incredible documentary, that teaches you about the making of films. It also shows you how great the sound on films is. The best thing about the documentary is that it doesn't use a narrator, but instead shows you the various aspects of a film and how it's being made. This is a must see for anyone interested in film and sound.

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Kathleen H.

In 1983, when director Stephen Spielberg, who was then only a few years into directing "E.T.", released "Paprika" (which was one of his first movies), he did not shy away from the political implications of his film. He chose to make a movie about a German-Jewish filmmaker who attempted to make a movie about the Holocaust, and one that was more than a simple "documentary," but a movie about cinema. "Paprika" was a kind of synthesis of his earlier films like "E.T." and "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" and also his more recent films like "Schindler's List" and "War Horse," which all took place in Nazi Germany. While Spielberg made movies about war and its aftermath, he also made movies about the Holocaust, and movies about filmmaking. "Paprika" was about this process of combining two different films: the Holocaust and filmmaking. "Paprika" is a political film that takes the form of an extended commentary on the Holocaust. This commentary is a commentary on what happened to German-Jewish filmmakers during the Holocaust, and the creation of a film about the Holocaust. However, the movie does not simply talk about the Holocaust; it also discusses the filmmaking process, the roles of the audience, and the importance of a film in a society. It is about this process, and the movie itself, and what it means to a filmmaker. The movie does not talk about the Holocaust, but it does talk about the film process, and what it means to a filmmaker. "Paprika" is not a film about the Holocaust, but a film about cinema. I think that the movie is a very good example of how a director, and a director alone, can create an artistic masterpiece, and in the process, create a piece of art.

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Martha White

I saw this film at the Phoenix Film Festival, and it was a really great experience. It was so moving and informative. I was so impressed with the quality of the film, that I could not believe that it was made in just a couple of days. The film really opened my eyes to the wonderful world of sound, and the music and sound engineers who work in it. I really appreciate the great work that these individuals do, and I will definitely be buying the DVD when it comes out. I hope that this film is able to do the same for the music industry, because there are so many good people out there who work in this field. The film really shows you the work that goes into producing the music, and also the film also shows you the different ways that different music is made. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in sound, or film. I would love to see the film make its way to the big screen, because I think it would be a great representation of the life of a sound engineer.

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I am a huge fan of this film and was thrilled to see it on Netflix. I am glad I found this film, it is a great example of the art of sound and sound design. It is a great film to show to your kids or anyone who has a love of film. It is a great way to start a discussion on film, sound, and sound design. I hope to see more films like this, as they are the future of film.

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Emily B.

Although the talkies of the 1970's still evoke profound feelings today, this documentary depicts how that decade affected the lives of all sorts of artists. Music directors Frank Gehry and Eno were an unusual pair. Gehry was extremely eclectic, playing various instruments, and often literally covering the entire front of a record. The attention he paid to the sound of his music, in concert and in film, resulted in the turning of some records into legends, while others simply died or had an easy demise. The only real "greatest hits" album that Gehry turned to is the Roxy Music album for which he was criticized, and the other albums he produced and played are much more forgettable. The only consistent album that he actually played live was "Still Life" from the Roxy Music album. This documentary is more about the human side of film making than the technical aspects of the camera. It's interesting to watch how he constructed and shot some of the best soundtracks of the 1970's, such as the surreal "Angels," or the slightly more standard "Time Bomb," which has a great orchestral piece, but is also devoid of any music. Even the Stravinsky pieces for the movie "A Midsummer Night's Dream" are very well done. But Gehry's best and most famous work, and the one he is most famous for, is a performance of the ballet "Fantasia on a Theme by Strauss." Though he did perform it several times, only a few dozen people saw it in its entirety. He also did several films and television shows that are highly regarded today, but none of which are documentaries. This film is a good example of a master's work, not just the technical aspect, but the human side of a master. It is not just the technical side, but the human side that makes a film great.

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Vincent W.

This movie shows how talented sound engineers can make a difference in the film industry. It also shows how important sound is to the artistic process. All the interviewees share their stories and share how they started out and what they are doing now. It also introduces you to a number of new and established sound artists who have made a difference in the film industry. The movie is also very informative and has a very good amount of informative information about sound engineering. The movie also shows the evolution of film as it has changed over the years. If you are interested in the film industry, you will enjoy this documentary.

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Thomas Alvarez

I found this movie to be very interesting, I thought it was very well done. I am a music video director, and I am always interested in how films are made. This film really showed me how to make a film, how to put together a sound track, how to get a cast of people to play a role in the film. It also showed how to get the right music for the film. I was very impressed with the work that was done, and how they managed to get a cast of people to play characters that they were NOT in the film. It was very well done, and I think that it is a great movie.

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This documentary is a good, thoughtful look at the story behind the creation of the Oscar-winning soundtrack for the 2001 Oscar-winning movie, "Frozen." The film starts with interviews with the people behind the film, who all told the story in a very down-to-earth, very entertaining way. The documentary then goes on to tell the story of how the Oscar-winning soundtrack was made, as well as how the director came to be involved with the project. The documentary is a fascinating look at the process, as well as the actors and actresses who were involved in making the soundtrack. We learn that the story behind the soundtrack is very interesting, and even inspiring. It's a really fun look at a really fascinating topic. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who loves to be entertained and has an interest in the process of making movies. The story behind the soundtrack is fascinating and the documentary is worth watching. If you're a fan of musicals, you'll definitely want to watch this documentary. This is one of those documentaries that you can watch multiple times and enjoy the story behind it.

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Kathleen Estrada

Movies are art. For all the people who say "it's just a movie, it doesn't have to have any deep meaning or anything" - well, that's just not true. Movies are art and can be pretty entertaining, especially when you think about it. I saw this documentary on DVD. It's quite a long one. It really does take a while to get going. I must say that the end was a little disappointing. I felt it was a little too easy to go back to the beginning and get a little more depth of the material. It's a good thing that they stopped there though. The way it was done, it was like the movie was just starting over. The documentary doesn't get too boring, though, and it's very interesting. Some people will be offended by it. It's very true to the spirit of the movie. I think it's really good, it's great. I think it's also great that the movie has a great cast. I'm glad the director chose some great actors for this documentary. I thought it was really well done. It's definitely worth seeing.

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Diane Mills

A documentary that I enjoyed immensely and re-watched many times, from the great performances and the insightful comments that the artists made, to the heartfelt and inspiring story of the art of sound. This film can be both thrilling and enlightening, though I found it to be more of a drama than a drama of sound. I found it to be a mixture of the best of the best of this world of sounds. The film starts out with the artist, Ray Charles, and the composer, David Bowie, talking about their work, with the latter asking why Ray Charles would pick a piece of music that he thought he had a connection with. Ray Charles then goes on to explain the process of choosing music for his concerts and how they are made. David Bowie then goes into great detail on how he hears his music, how he creates the sound, and how he works with the music to create the emotion that he wants to capture. It was an interesting and exciting film. I loved the interviews with artists and the musical accompaniment. The film does not cover all of the world of sounds, as I thought it would, but it does get into a lot of details about the different styles and styles of sound. The film has an excellent soundtrack and is an excellent film. My rating: 8.8/10

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Lawrence Lee

This is the first film I've seen by Simon Posford, and it is a fantastic one! The film is incredibly smart and insightful, and the quality of the film is great! I loved the way the film covers many different genres, like musicals, documentaries, action, and even horror. I would recommend this to any film lover!

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I watched this film with a friend who is a big fan of John Williams. I thought it was an interesting and informative film. I don't think it is a great film but I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in film, music, or sound. I would also recommend it to someone who is a fan of John Williams. I don't think this film is a masterpiece but I thought it was a good film. I thought the film had some interesting and entertaining aspects to it. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about John Williams or film.

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This documentary is simply amazing. A lot of the problems in Hollywood are explained here in great detail. If you're interested in sound design, this is a must-see. The doc covers the art of sound in a large number of movies, as well as the sound design for all the classics, including Eraserhead, Citizen Kane, and The Shawshank Redemption. The director, Clint Eastwood, talks about his experiences on The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. The cinematography is excellent, especially for the scenes in World War II. The soundtrack is great, but also has many pop songs that might make some people uncomfortable. There are also many comments on sound effects, sound editing, and even a discussion on the importance of sound in a film. The documentary also covers the work of several sound designers, like Mike Buckwald, John Carpenter, John Williams, and Clint Eastwood. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in sound design. Highly recommended!

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Keith Walker

Well-made documentary for the would-be moviemaker. It talks about the life and work of the legendary director Stanley Kubrick, and the key differences between his films, and the mainstream Hollywood production. Highlights include talk about Kubrick's early films, the use of music in each film, and how the two films compare. A few key things to consider: In his early films, Kubrick used the musical score in a very real way. In his later films, the score was used for sentimental music for the film, and in some cases, to replace any music in the film, even if that music is really good. The problem with the mainstream Hollywood production, is that they always use very heavily commercialized and standard music, that doesn't fit the film's theme. If you don't want to listen to anything in a movie, but still like to hear some music, this documentary will be more than enough. The great thing is that the two films have a lot of the same music. Kubrick also gave his music a lot of weight, and made it more than just one time use. For example, the theme of the film "2001", that is in my opinion the greatest movie ever made, comes from one of his earlier films. In the original version, there is no music, and it's all all out commercialized. In the new version, the theme is very strong, and very dramatic. I will never forget that theme. The film also talks about his early use of slow motion in the film "The Shining". There is a scene where Jack Nicholson is walking, and he has this pause in the movie, and then he is walking again. The audience almost stares at him in the theater. The camera zooms in, and we see Jack as he walks, and we hear his voice say, "I love you." Then, we see his face in the distance, and the shot zooms back out, as he is still walking. This scene is so emotional, that it would probably go over the heads of most people. It was also great to hear about Kubrick's "Baroque Trilogy". Each film had a new twist on the plot. "2001" was about a satellite that went out of control, and crashed into the ocean. "The Shining" is about a family whose young son is haunted by his parents' murder, and decides to have a go at a couple of women. "Clockwork Orange" was about the Vietnam War, and had a very dark, and gritty feel to it. "Full Metal Jacket" was the best movie of the 80's. I give it a 9 out of 10. This is an excellent film, but you don't have to like Kubrick to like it.

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Angela Fowler

Saw this at the New York Film Festival and thoroughly enjoyed it. The way the sounds are framed by the scene in which they occur is spot on. I love how the music and sound effect blend seamlessly in with the story, and I can only assume that a lot of the credit goes to the brilliant work of the sound team. The only thing I'd change is the pacing of the film. I felt it could have been longer and I would have liked to see more of the work of the sound team. I also was really impressed with the visual production and the use of lighting. Very impressive. The film has been nominated for a number of awards and I look forward to seeing it at the Oscar ceremonies. Highly recommended.

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Having grown up with the old style of film, I was particularly curious to see the film that David Cronenberg and his team had made, and it was a relief to see that it was at least a great film, as opposed to the mediocre ones that have been in the past. The film was made in 2001, but it shows the true "rise and fall" of a great film in the 1980s. In addition, I also noticed that the film was a little shorter than it should have been, as the film was actually about 80 minutes long, but the editing was not consistent throughout. However, the editing was a good decision and it allowed the film to be more consistent. This was also a great benefit to the film as it allowed the audience to see the story in a different way than they had seen it before. The story was also very well done, and the cinematography was beautiful. The film was also very well made, and the performances were all very good. However, the film was a little slow at times and was not as well made as I would have liked it to be. However, I still recommend this film to anyone who has a great love for cinema.

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Joshua L.

The director of this film, Jeff Winter, does a good job at keeping the viewer interested in the documentary and the various people and institutions that were involved in it. I was very impressed by the people that were interviewed. It is a great film to see.

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I saw this documentary in the movie theater, and I was fascinated to see what it's like to shoot a movie on a low budget, and to be able to see the vision of the film makers. I was also intrigued to see the art of film in the film industry. The documentary shows a lot of stuff I would have never thought about, like how you have to get the actors to do their own stunts, and that it is important to have people who can talk with them about the filming process, and how important that is to them. In the end, I am impressed with the work of the film makers and the production of the movie. I think it is a great start of a new era of film-making.

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Peter Carter

This is a must see documentary. It is the best film I have ever seen. The music is incredible and the cinematography is incredible. I am a huge fan of the film and I can't wait to see it again. I have been watching this film for years and I have never had such a good time. It is just a great movie and it is a shame that it is not available on DVD. I have never been so moved by a movie. I am a big fan of the film and I hope it is released on DVD soon. I am also a big fan of the music and I hope they release the soundtrack on CD. The film is about a filmmaker who creates a documentary about the making of a film and how he makes it sound amazing. The film is a great documentary about a great film. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in film and music.

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Joshua T.

The movie has a lot of good information and it is really interesting and there is also a lot of drama in the movie. The subject is very interesting and the director does a good job in making it interesting and it's very interesting how this subject is treated and it's also interesting to see how other things that we don't know are treated. There are some real hidden things in the movie that you will want to know. The director really knows how to make movies and he knows how to make a movie that is very interesting and interesting to listen to and to watch. The movie is really worth seeing and it is very interesting and it's also interesting to listen to and to watch.

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This film is an interesting look at the history of the sound in cinema. It also goes into the history of sound and how the film-making industry came to be. I enjoyed it very much. It was a great time in cinema history and the makers did an excellent job.

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This is a great documentary. As a student of film and sound, I was impressed with the amount of work that was put into this. I enjoyed the film and I would recommend it to anyone interested in film or sound.

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BETTER THAN ANY OTHER DOCUMENTARY ABOUT CINEMA, I SWEAR. What could be better than hearing about the early days of a medium that is only now beginning to take hold? It's all about the 'sound' of movies. What it was like to make films. How it's all about the cinematography. How it's all about the editing. The movie isn't for everyone. It's not for the casual viewer. But if you're a fan of the medium and you have a chance to see it, do yourself a favor and get a ticket. It's a wonderful look into the early days of filmmaking and the impact it had on the industry. I highly recommend it!

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Katherine Reynolds

The documentary "Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound" is a fascinating look at the history of sound, the creative and technical efforts that go into the making of a film, and how that sounds and the visual effects of a film is done. In short, this is a great look into the making of a film that is difficult to make. You can't just watch a film without hearing some of the sounds. I highly recommend this documentary for any film lover, and especially for sound buffs.

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I recently saw a preview screening of "The Sound of Music" at a festival and I was blown away. I went to see this film on the strength of the posters, but I was more impressed with the film itself. The acting is superb, the direction is sharp and the editing is at the same time playful and breathtaking. This film has a lot to offer, but it doesn't let itself down. I'd say it's worth seeing if you're a fan of musicals and you like the idea of a movie that goes back to the roots of film making. This is a very personal film and I would recommend watching it before you read my review. If you enjoy films that go back to the roots of film making and aren't afraid to go back and look at what you loved in films of the past, you'll love this film. 7.5/10

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Dorothy Douglas

If you want to make movies, you can't just make them. If you want to make a great movie, you have to have a great crew, great actors, great music, and a great script. The Sound of Madness is a great film. This is one of those rare movies that could not have been made with any less money. And I am really proud of it.

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The documentary is actually quite good. There are two main sections to the film, and it is a pretty good mix. The first is the film's introduction, which is actually pretty cool. It does a good job of making the movie feel like it's going to be fun, but it never really does. The second part of the film is more about the film's making, and how the guys behind it managed to pull off a "buddy movie" on their first try. The interviews are good, and they do a good job of detailing what went into making the movie, and how they ended up making it. The film is pretty short, but it's really worth watching. It's one of those documentaries that you can watch over and over again, and still get something out of it. Overall, this is a pretty good documentary. It does a good job of showing what goes into making a movie, and how it ended up being so different from what you would expect. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about how it came to be. It's actually pretty interesting and fun, and it's good to know that the guys behind the film really tried to make something fun.

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Samuel Howard

This is a must see for any serious film student, but also for any enthusiast of film, sound, music and its connection with the cinema. There are a few highlights but mostly the film is a series of clips that I enjoyed. The short stories are well made and are probably the most interesting part of the movie. The film will appeal to film buffs and enthusiasts of all kinds, so don't miss it.

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What a great film! I am a huge musical theatre buff, and this documentary highlights the best parts of that medium. It's not just about a band, it's about the collective experience. The recording studio is a part of the performance experience, not just for the performer, but for the audience. The "Making Waves" documentary is far more than a technical review of the studio and the various stages and studios, it's a story of collaboration and trust and a feeling of the connectedness to the people who create music. As an independent film maker, I was moved by the experiences of my collaborators, particularly the music director, Justin Wareski, and producer, Chris Cusack. The "Making Waves" documentary also brings to light a bit of the underlying forces at play in the process of making music. The orchestration, the mixing and the mixing desk are never looked at as the most important parts of a film, but they are, they're integral to the experience. That's the real strength of this film. It's great for people who are only interested in a technical side of filmmaking, but it's also important for people who are interested in how artistic stories are made. Overall, a great, powerful, and positive film. I strongly recommend it.

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Kimberly Wheeler

What a collection of out of this world sound bites. I'm glad to have seen this. What a great way to put together a DVD. It was great seeing John Leguizamo and Nicole Kidman in a good time and then later in a really fun.pitch perfect musical number. I have never seen any of these two together on the big screen but they were a great match for each other. The plot was a little hard to follow and I didn't understand everything, but I think it made sense. We all have our music/soundtracks and this DVD does an excellent job of putting them all in one place. I highly recommend this DVD to everyone. I am going to buy the CD and just add my favorites to my collection. I truly loved this movie. I've seen a few in the theater but this was one that stayed with me. I could watch it over and over and never get tired of it. I like movies to have some backbone and if you don't like it you have no backbone. It's just like movies for me. I want to see movies that have a heart. I'm tired of seeing a movie where one guy is getting revenge on someone and then the movie ends and nothing happens. It's like the movie didn't have a heart and I want to see a movie that has a heart and shows a good guy getting his girl back. This is the type of movie I want to see over and over again.

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Victoria Franklin

A very interesting documentary about the making of a very interesting movie. The movie is not a documentary, it's a documentary with a film. It is actually filmed in one frame, but one shot of the movie and then the rest of the movie is shot from that point. The camera is positioned in a fashion that it can only see the actors, but not the actors themselves. The actors are actually placed in the film and the camera is placed in a way that the camera only moves through the actors and not the actors themselves. The camera movement is very unnatural, and the film is very odd in many ways. But that's what makes the film interesting. It's interesting to see how the actors used to make a movie without a script and they did it in a very unusual way. The camera can't see the actors, so you can't really see them, but you can see the actors. The movie is not really about the movie. It's about the actors. It's about how they actually made this movie. It's a very interesting documentary. But it is very weird to watch a movie and then not know what the movie is about. I don't know how to explain this film.

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Gary Sanchez

The only reason I'm writing a review is because I just saw this DVD recently and it was really, really good. I've never actually seen any of the movies the director had been making before this. This will be his first full-length film. He's already got my attention, which is a pretty good sign for me. But here's the thing, no matter what you make, a movie is a movie and no one is going to actually like it. Movies are supposed to be entertaining, with the possibility for a strong emotional response from the viewer. He was able to make this movie with a strong emotional response. The cinematography was incredible and the acting was good. It was very emotionally engaging. But he did have a problem with the script. It was far from being perfect. There was a lot of stuff he could have done without in this movie. And there were a few scenes in the film that felt really out of place and out of place. I'm not saying it should have been in, but maybe he was trying to make it "naturalistic". I don't know. But I know that the story was great, the characters were great, and I loved the way he went about making this movie. This is a great one to watch, especially if you're a movie enthusiast. It's absolutely fantastic.

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What a wonderful movie! I'm not a fan of classical music, but this movie made me appreciate it for the artistic value it is. There is no doubt that the sound is amazing, and it's well documented. This movie is about the sound and the people who create it. The way they talk and how they move and move around is amazing. There are many amazing sound clips, but they are well documented and so are the sounds themselves. I am glad that this movie is out there and that more people will see it and enjoy it. This is a great movie and I hope more people will see it. This is an incredible movie, and it's worth the watch.

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An excellent documentary about the history of the legendary movie sound system that Steve McQueen had for his first film. The film gives an extremely in-depth look into the creation of the iconic sound system, from the cast to the gear. This documentary also delves into the people who made the original sound system, including James Horner, Steve Janer, and John Chambers, and the actors who played the lead roles. It also gives some insight into the development of the sound system, which was handled by an amazing group of engineers and technicians who had a lot to do with the sound of the film. The documentary also touches on the progression of sound from silent movies to big-budget blockbuster movies. One interesting tidbit in the documentary is that the McQueen team initially considered turning down the film due to the sound system. This is due to the fact that the director was afraid the movie would be lost with sound. Despite the reluctance, the sound system was eventually turned into the film, and it was the work of nearly 200 technicians, engineers, and technicians who worked on the film. If you are a fan of the original movie, you will want to check this out.

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Brandon L.

I can't believe there aren't more reviews here, it seems like the film makers want us to think that it's all about the sound and how it can effect a film, it's a little too serious and that's what bothers me the most. It seems like a little too much for a documentary to cover. But it's really a fantastic documentary, that has so much more to say than what I'm going to write here, but just to say that it's a great documentary and a must-see. It's a little more in-depth than the trailer leads you to believe. The first time I saw it, I was completely blown away by the sound and the scene in particular. I have a lot of friends who do this sort of thing, and it is a very interesting technique. If you have some time, go see it, it's a fantastic film.

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Ashley Patterson

This documentary features the film's director and star, the two men who created the music for the movie. This documentary doesn't touch on the 'sound' of the film, so the majority of the audience who saw the movie will be unable to hear it. We are left to wonder how they got the music. We see clips from the film, of the two main actors, Kevin Spacey and Mel Gibson, talking about their experiences making the movie. I have to say, I have always liked Kevin Spacey. This movie is an excellent example of the music that they used to make the film. I find it interesting that the music is so well done. The most important thing is that the music is not the main thing. We are left with a story of a man's (Kevin Spacey) journey and how he got his ideas. We get to hear the stories of how they came up with the idea of using music as a character in a movie. We get to hear their process of what they did and how they got their ideas. We get to see clips from the film that show the process of how they created the music. In a nutshell, we get to see how the two men created a film that will be appreciated by a lot of people. I enjoyed the film. I found the film a lot more interesting than what I expected. This film is one of the best documentaries I have seen, and I think it deserves more attention. I think the director of this film has a lot of insight into the process of making a movie. The film is excellent, but the most important thing is the information. This film is a great documentary that shows how to use music to make a film.

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Dylan O.

I would have to say that this is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. It was just as I had expected it to be. It was informative, entertaining, and inspiring. The movie was not too long, but it was definitely worth it. I thought it was very well put together and it really did get me thinking about how I would like to be able to control the sound in my movies. I think it is a very good topic that should be covered in a more in depth manner. The movie also showed me what I did not know about sound and how it affects the movie. I think the movie was very well put together and it was a very entertaining movie.

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If you have seen "Swingers", "Thelma & Louise", "The Way of the Gun" and "The Firm", then you have seen the art of sound in movies. "Waves" is a documentary about sound design in movies, in particular. This is the second of a three-part series about sound design in movies, and it is an excellent documentary. It tells the story of the sound design process, and how movies are designed to create a sense of atmosphere and a feeling of reality. I was especially impressed by the documentary's use of interviews with many people involved in the film's production. In particular, I liked the way that the filmmakers were able to get all of the people involved with making this movie to talk about their work. I think that is very valuable, because you can tell that all of them have a great deal of respect for what they do. Another thing that impressed me about the documentary is that they made it all look so easy, and the people involved in making movies don't seem like the people you would expect to work on a project like this. I think that that is a great asset, because it makes the movie seem like a documentary, and not like a movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone who loves movies, and especially to anyone who loves movies that are good. "Waves" is a must-see.

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This is a good documentary, focusing on the "art of sound" - specifically the sound used in motion picture soundtracks. Although there are lots of other sound artists that are just as good as John Williams, the film doesn't take a side - which is a nice touch. But it does point out the obvious, which is that the best soundtracks are made by those who don't have a big budget. The director even notes that, at one point, John Williams was offered a small amount of money to produce a score for the movie "Blade Runner". The film is actually quite entertaining. I recommend it.

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Sara Grant

The documentary takes a look at the history of sound editing, the mechanics behind it, the tricks and techniques used in making films sound great, and the people who are involved in the process. It is a good look into the world of editing and how it has evolved over the years, and it shows how it was very important for the film-makers to bring in the technicians who were involved in the process. There are a lot of interviews with people involved in the field of editing and sound, and the film has a great look at the history of the art form, and the people who were involved in it. It is a very good look into the world of editing and sound, and it is definitely worth watching.

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Joan Campbell

This film was great. There was an explanation about how the soundtracks were made, and how they were used, and how they fit into the scenes. I could not have enjoyed this film more if it were not for the awesome sound. I can not wait to buy the soundtrack for this movie. I could not believe that this film was not nominated for Best Picture. I really wanted to see this film for the sound. I think it is a very good film that is not for everyone, but for those that like a good sound track, this film is for you. If you want to see a movie with a good sound track, go see this film. I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Laura P.

I bought the movie in the video store and while I'm not really into classical music, I actually have to say I have to say this movie blew me away. It was very interesting and I recommend it for people who enjoy movies like "Eyes Wide Shut." If you have not seen the movie, it would be interesting to see the other parts. I have to say it is really interesting to see what things have changed since the movie was made. My advice is to see it for yourself.

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I've been using the site for a while, and I always loved the series. This documentary follows the making of a few hundred songs, many years in the making. The subjects were some of the best people in the business, and you could see that they actually cared about their work. I loved this documentary, and thought it would be interesting to read the original books. Not having heard of any of them, I'm amazed at the topics covered. My hat is off to Mike Nichols. He does a great job of covering the subject of the musicians and their opinions of the process. It's very informative, and I especially liked the interviews with Roger Corman. He does a great job of explaining why he made films, and his goal is to keep the independent films alive, for more than just one day, to make a profit, and let the viewer get involved in the work. It's a good read, especially for film students. I'm glad I saw it.

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This is an incredible documentary that must be seen. More than just a sound program, the footage is the most amazing one I've ever seen. It is an amazing display of sound and some of the most intense sound mania. I was astounded. The films examples of a very sick movie making, that made me laugh, then cry, then laugh and scream, then scream. They capture everything, the camaraderie, the acting, the entire set up. I was mesmerized and amazed by the subject matter. There is no doubt that the film is the most important documentary I've ever seen and I'm sure that many will say that it was. But what makes this film so important, is the sound mania. The amazing clips from the past and the brilliant collections of clips. This film is a must see. If you like sound, if you like how special sound can be, if you like how sound can make a movie, if you like how special sound can make a film, then this film is for you. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it will make you scream, it will make you laugh. It will make you cry. I am so impressed and so amazed by the subject matter of this film and I can not recommend this film enough.

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Patricia Harvey

I watched this film on DVD. It is a good film. The cinematography is great and the actors are excellent. The problem is that there is a lot of political talk. It was so much so that I had to fast forward through it. I think the DVD should have a separate section for the political talk. It could have been a better film. This is a great film. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Joshua F.

This is an interesting film which addresses many different aspects of the art of film. It examines the process and the passion involved in every step of the film making process. The focus is on the process and not on the outcome. This allows for the audience to care more about the process than they would if the ending were more obvious or if the film was able to leave a bigger impression on the audience. The focus on the process helps make this a must see film.

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Heather M.

A very interesting documentary about how the music industry is changing. It's interesting to see how this new generation of directors and producers are taking this technology and making it their own. The interviews with various people from the music industry are really interesting and they give a good sense of the new technology. I'm not sure if I would like the film more than a few times but I think it's definitely worth watching.

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Victoria H.

This documentary is stunning, and I was dumbfounded by how it portrayed the film industry. The subject of the film is music. It's a must watch for music lovers. It's also a must see for everyone who doesn't agree with the music industry's way of doing business. If you're willing to learn and understand the system of the music industry, and the people who are actually making a living from it, you'll be pleasantly surprised. It's an amazing documentary, but not without it's flaws. First, as mentioned before, it's very expensive to film. I'm guessing most people didn't have the money to cover the costs. Second, the interviews aren't great. The people don't speak very well. The way the film is structured, it's a lot harder to tell someone's story. I think they could have done a lot more with it. However, I'm a big fan of David Byrne, and I'm glad they did something with his story. There are so many brilliant interviews in this movie. Some are obviously for adults, but some are really good for kids. I thought all the interviews were great, but some were a little hard to understand. Overall, it's a great documentary. It was much more artistic and inspirational than I was expecting. It was funny, but also very sad. If you're interested in the music industry, I think you'll enjoy this. It's a must watch.

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William Bates

I was fortunate to attend an advance screening of this documentary in Austin, Texas. This is truly a brilliant example of the power of sound and its use as a storytelling device. The director's use of silent music and music cues is effective and intimate. The mixed montages of video and sound come together to create a powerful story. In the end, the camera itself is the story. All of the different story elements come together at the end to tell a powerful and universal story about a unique event that occurred about half a century ago in America. I found this film to be truly inspirational and a must-see for anyone interested in films, sound, or any other story. I look forward to a future of cinema using sound.

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Arthur L.

The director of the International Association of Sound Engineers (IASE) documentary (which is available on DVD) does an excellent job of portraying the art of sound in the entertainment industry. This is an educational documentary for those who have not seen this, as well as for those who have seen it and enjoyed it. There is a lot of good information about sound, and of course, it is very entertaining. The documentary is also well written, which makes it easy to follow. As an added bonus, there are a number of interviews with directors, actors, producers, technicians, and other "expert" actors. There is a very good amount of sound clips from film and television productions. One could see some of the "real" sound of the film. In addition, the film has an informative section at the beginning of the documentary, which explains what the documentary is about. If you are interested in this subject, I would recommend that you check it out. The DVD is a very good value.

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Roger W.

I'm going to keep it short. This is a very well made documentary that captures the style of great movie soundtracks from every era. Soundtracks are a part of film history, as are the characters, the story and the action. Music tells a story that is so important to movies. From classical music to current pop and rock, it's all part of the story. It's also important to remember that the sound doesn't represent the sound, it's the story telling sound. Without the sound, no story. It's an incredible movie with great production values and great quality audio. If you're a fan of soundtracks, this is the perfect movie for you. If you're not, please go watch it and find out.

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Charles Brown

Since it was first released in 1982, a number of films have been made that dealt with the American jazz music scene. This documentary explores some of these films. If you're a jazz fan, you will enjoy this documentary. If you're not a jazz fan, I highly recommend this documentary.

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Dylan P.

I've been looking for this movie for a long time and finally got it. I've been watching the movie since I was a child, when I would read the lyrics on the back of my mom's album. When I found out that this movie is directed by Ricki Lake and directed by Spike Lee, I knew that I would love it. I was very happy to see that this movie was directed by a director who knows how to make a movie. I think that this movie is very well made. The story of the movie is really a musical, and the songs are very good. The songs are really beautiful and catchy. The songs are very touching, especially "Give My Love to Paris". It is really a good thing that they made this movie about the fight against racism. This is a movie that everyone should watch. If you love hip hop, or rap music, you will love this movie. It's really a good movie to watch.

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Hi, I'm Jay. I am in the movie and sound business and I really enjoyed this documentary. Jay, our awesome editor, really made an interesting documentary that really shows what goes on behind the scenes. The director, Leanne, is really talented. She showed some really incredible shots in the movie. These shots are really emotional. Like I said, the director did a really good job. Jay, our awesome editor, really helped us out, and I really feel sorry for any of the people who might be trying to do this. I really feel that this is something that should be done. I really felt for Jay, we had a lot of talk about this because he was going through a lot of personal struggles. I really think that you should do it. Some people might feel that this documentary is not going to help them out, but there's a lot of information and a lot of awesome footage in this documentary that is awesome. If you have not seen this, please go see this. It is definitely worth seeing.

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I watched this film as part of the The Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound festival, in conjunction with the Cannes Film Festival. I was excited to see this documentary, as it was at the forefront of a lot of new documentary-making in the last few years. As a student of cinema, I am always interested in how documentaries are made. I am not a fan of the subject of the film, but I am more interested in the documentary-makers. The documentary is just as interesting and interesting to me as the director's commentary, which I found fascinating. I enjoyed seeing the documentary-makers in a different light, as they explained their ideas and motivations. I also found the discussion about the documentary interesting. The film is a great introduction to documentary-making, as it provides information about all aspects of the making of the film, and the process of filming it. This documentary is definitely worth watching.

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Ryan Cunningham

Excellent film about the amazing technology in the movies, an examination of the audial tricks that cinema puts us to, the journey to discovery and the music in its place. This documentary, by Michael Crichton, is a masterpiece of documentary-making.

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Bruce Harris

As a filmmaker I love to film, to work with sound. It's a form of art and sound. On the one hand it can be like playing a really strange game with your friends. And in the same time it can be like being a silent film. For all these reasons I was curious to see the very first documentary about sound in cinema. What I saw was one of the best and most interesting documentaries I've seen in a long time. I'm glad to see that sound has become more and more used in cinema and filmmakers as well. In this documentary the creators take a look at the sound choices that are made in movies and how that affect the movie. On the other hand they take a look at the difficulties that cinematographers have with sound and try to explain why movies sound so different in the actual theater. The filmmaking technique is different, because of the sound effects, and the production designer is different because of the sound design. But the main factor that makes sound so important in cinema is the fact that sound is the inspiration for film. Every movie is inspired by sound, because you can't go without sounds. On the whole, this film made me appreciate the importance of sound in cinema. It gave me a better understanding of the difference between what the directors want and what the cinematographer has to use. And also on the whole, this documentary helped me understand that sound is also important in filmmaking. As for the real cinema, I have never seen a film with as much good sound as this one. But I haven't seen a film with as much cinematic beauty as this one. It makes me wish that cinematographers would take a look at this one. Even more, it makes me think that sound will not be the only element that will define a good film. On the whole, this documentary is the best documentary that I've seen for a long time. I suggest everyone to see it.

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Jacqueline Foster

I've watched this film in two different places, and while it is not a "must-see" film, it is still worth watching. What makes this film so special is that it's the first film I've ever seen that examines the movie sound process, and the technical aspects of movie sound. This film also does a great job of describing how sound is used in a movie, and how it is produced. The only reason I don't give it a 10 is that it is more focused on the technical aspects of movie sound than on the subjects of movie sound itself. However, it's a great film that I hope everyone will watch.

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Brittany Ross

The British have always been the master of visual storytelling, and of visual storytelling in general. The use of sound is something that is rarely considered as much of a visual technique as a sound technique. This documentary will show that this is in fact true. A lot of times sound isn't the most effective way to convey the message. This documentary does a great job of showing how the sound is used to convey the message, and why. I loved the documentary. The storytelling was superb, and the directing was great. It is definitely worth seeing. I hope the DVD is available soon.

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A very enjoyable documentary on the history and art of sound. The movie chronicles the production of the master of sound Arthur Arkwright, whose career spans nearly 50 years and has produced many amazing sound recordings. The movie also takes a look at the actual recordings, the artistic and technical work that went into making them, and the general idea behind the films. One of the most interesting things about the movie is that Arkwright actually lived long enough to have some of his own recordings made. The recordings, though clearly made in the 1940s, are quite interesting to listen to. A real treat for anyone interested in the history of sound.

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I read a few of the reviews here, and the one I liked was that the story was very compelling. I agree with that. But then I realized that the story is pretty thin, and there is no connection between the two main characters. The two main characters are both very much in love with each other, but they have no reason to be in love. The main character is a successful woman, but she has no reason to be in love with this guy. I also didn't really get the connection between the two main characters. If I had been a rich man, and I wanted a rich girl, I would have been very open to such a relationship. But, I am not a rich man. I'm not a successful man, and I don't want to be. So, I don't know why the two main characters were in love with each other. And that's the only thing I can really connect with. If you're a guy, and you want a rich girl, go ahead, but don't make a huge deal about it. If you are a guy, and you want a rich girl, don't make a big deal about it. I think the movie is a good way to learn about the history of cinematography, but I don't think that's the main point of the movie.

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William Payne

This documentary covers the history of sound, and how it has influenced the way movies are made. The first half of the movie covers how sound has influenced the way movies are made. The second half covers the movie making process. In this part, the narrator interviews some of the people who have worked on some of the movies that were made during the past decade. I think the reason for this is because the movie industry is a very important part of our society. The documentary is a very interesting one and I think that the producer and the director did an excellent job of interviewing people who have worked in the movie industry.

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Olivia Turner

I don't like documentaries that come out that often, but this one has to be one of the best I've seen in a long time. The film does a good job of showing what it was like to make and market the great silent movies of the 30s and 40s. It also gives a good insight into how the work was done and how the sound people did it. The movie is very entertaining, even for someone who doesn't like to listen to sound effects. The most interesting part of the movie is that they did a lot of work to make sure that the sound in the film was consistent. There are still some shots that are hard to follow but it doesn't take away from the overall experience. I recommend this movie to anyone who loves silent movies and is interested in the history of sound.

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I first saw this documentary in the theatre, and I loved it. It was informative, well shot, and thought provoking. I went to see it again last week at the local movie theater, and I was so pleased with the quality of the film that I went out and bought it. It is truly a must see. I think it would be a good idea to get the documentary on DVD. It is a must see for anyone who likes to think about how we use sound in movies. I think it is a good idea to re-release the film on DVD. I would like to see it on DVD with the audio commentary added. This is a very interesting and well done documentary. I highly recommend it.

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Henry Holmes

I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to understand why some people consider films to be the greatest art forms. I am truly blown away. The characters in the movie were written so that you could feel their pain, and see how the characters became who they were. I also wish that the title of the movie could have been "This is what happens when the trailer for The Dark Knight goes up on the screen". This is the real world, and films have no place to go from there. There is a trailer for a movie, a few trailers, and then another trailer for another movie. Films are a career, not a career, and don't leave scars, they leave change. It is always better to be able to walk away from the pain of a film with a better life. The other thing that was most interesting about this movie was the love story. Everyone of the characters has a good heart, but it is really sad to see some of them choosing to act in a way that was wrong. It is sad because some of the people that watch movies are actually hurt by those who write the scripts. The reason I am not giving it a 10, is because it is not really a real movie, it is a trailer for a movie, and the trailers are simply so good, it is like seeing a movie in a third person, you can see all the parts from the real movie, and see the effects of the movie in the trailer. This is the best part of this movie, it shows what a great movie can do to people.

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Arthur P.

As a sound director, I have to say that the DVD set for this documentary was great. It was packed with fascinating stories, both about the sound and the technology that surrounds us. There are so many times when I just want to see more of what I am watching. I hope the film continues because I would love to see more people be able to see this story and share their stories with the world. The sound designers and sound technicians that are interviewed are a great group of people and I am sure that you will enjoy seeing their stories.

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Kevin Perez

In many ways, it's not an easy film to watch. You can tell a lot of work went into this film, and you can see that the director, crew, and actors all put their heart and soul into it. This film has a lot of wonderful interviews, and I'm glad they included many other film makers and artists that were involved in the making of this film. Some of these people are still in touch with each other. I especially enjoyed the interview with Todd Adams, who gave us an insight into his film making process and his feelings about his career. His comments were interesting and very well done. He told a story about how he wanted to be a big-time movie star, but just didn't have the talent to do it. He went through a lot of difficulty trying to get his picture made, but eventually found his niche. His first film, The Outsider, was an interesting story about a self-destructive alcoholic who ends up taking a drug overdose. This film also had a lot of amazing interviews with many different filmmakers and actors. In addition to the amazing interviews, I also enjoyed seeing the behind the scenes of making of the film. I enjoyed the interview with the crew and actors who were working on the film, as well as the interviews with the filmmakers and actors. In addition to the interview with the crew, they showed clips from the movie and gave commentary on what the filmmakers did to make the film. This film had a lot of interesting footage, especially the interviews. I recommend this film to people who like to hear about the process of film-making.

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Walter Martinez

If you are looking for a guided tour of film sound then this is the documentary for you! The cinematography is amazing and the sound editing was so very spot on! It is a wonderful tribute to sound and music that will stay with you!

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Thomas Castro

I don't want to say much about the movie, since it is really not much of a movie. So I will just say that the movie is about the creation of sound in cinema. As a filmmaker myself, I can understand the difficulties involved in this process, which is why I believe that the movie was so much better than I expected it to be. The way the movie was shot, the way the movie was edited, the way the actors were used, and the way the actors were used, were all extremely successful. The movie was shot with a great care, the sound was used to its best effect, and the story was told to the best of it's ability. The movie really showed the lengths that some of the studios will go to to make a movie, and the amount of money that they spend to get a movie made. All in all, I would definitely recommend this movie to any film student or anyone who has ever worked in a movie studio.

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Megan F.

We all have heard of the classics of film music that are so powerful, that they will stick in your mind for a long time. From the 1960's to today, the movies have been doing it right. With this documentary, we can all see how our films are all based on the compositions and the music. This documentary follows composers and music directors from the 1950's through the 1990's. The filmmakers do a wonderful job in showing how the music and the music score were closely followed in their films. The film is not just about the music; we get to see the images, too. The images were so important to tell the story, as the music gave the images real emotion. We see the films with great focus in the wide variety of film genres; from drama to romance to crime and action. We see the period at which the films were made, from the 1950's through the early 2000's. The two most striking things in the film are the age of the directors and the musicians. The composers are almost all in their 60's, and the young musicians are also the most vibrant, yet also the most focused. The directors were focused on the story, the images, and the emotional effect the music and the sound would have on the viewers. The music does make the film, but the overall impression of the film is what was most important. What you see is what you hear, and the use of sound and music is what made this film special.

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Ryan S.

The film itself was good but I didn't like the documentary format. The film could have been more compelling without the documentary format. It was still good, but it could have been better. The best thing about this documentary was the interviews. It made me think about how much I have been influenced by films and what I have seen and what I have heard about the movies I have seen. The film is a good look into the history of movies and how they are made. I think that the documentary format was very well done and it was a good way to get the information across. The film was also informative about the different kinds of films and the different kinds of actors and actresses. I also liked how the film was split into chapters. I liked the information and how it was presented. Overall, I really enjoyed this documentary and I think that it was a good look at movies. I would recommend this documentary to people who are into movies.

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Megan F.

I am not a fan of documentaries but this one is a must watch. The interviewees are some of the most interesting people in the business. I am not a fan of the "Hollywood History" that is presented here. This is a documentary about the history of sound and how sound effects were used to enhance the film. I believe that this documentary is one of the most important documentaries ever produced. I am very glad to see that the film was made and that I could view it at a time when it was not popular. I will definitely buy this movie on DVD. It is definitely worth the time to watch.

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I didn't know much about film sound at the time I watched this documentary, but I'm glad I did. It was interesting to see the artists and the filmmakers interviewed and the sound effects used. The concept was good, and it was interesting to see how different people in the film industry thought of sound effects. Some of the technical aspects of sound effects were very well explained. There was no "saying it was done" or "it was done well" that was found in other documentaries on the subject. There were many people who were involved in the film sound, so it was good to hear from people who were involved in the film sound, but the interviews were mostly from the "people who work with sound" and I don't think there was a single person interviewed who was involved in sound design or sound effects. The stories were also interesting, but I think it would have been better if the interviews were a little more in depth. Overall, I would recommend this film to anyone interested in sound effects or film sound.

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No, this film doesn't give you many insights into the audio equipment used in every movie. Nor does it really explain why we listen to audio, what the advantages and disadvantages of audio are, how it should be used, etc. But what it does do is take you into the world of professional sound engineers, artists, cinematographers and sound editors who spend their careers making movies, just like any of us do. The interviews are insightful, interesting, and easy to follow. The film has plenty of clips from movies, from TV shows, from the classics to contemporary films. These are films that may not be at all familiar to you, but they are all important to understanding the decisions that an audio engineer makes and the need for a different way of seeing audio. I strongly suggest that anyone who reads this review and wants to see a film should see this. I don't think this film is the best one to date, but it certainly makes you more aware of the power and influence that the use of audio can have.

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Gerald Gibson

I have been a film fan for most of my life, and I am very interested in the topic of sound. However, I am also very much aware of the negative aspects of sound that make it difficult to do great films, and this documentary is a great example of how a film can be made with sound without it being too distracting. The documentary is a fantastic mix of clips from films, from documentaries, from live performances, and from interviews. The entire thing is very well done and is very informative. This documentary is very educational, and the topic is something I have been interested in for a very long time. It's a great way to learn about sound, and the topic of sound in general. The best part of the documentary is how well the filmmakers do a great job of not just showing clips from films, but also showing clips from documentaries, from live performances, and from interviews. It's a great way to learn about the history of sound, and the topic is something that I can definitely relate to. I really enjoyed this documentary, and I highly recommend it. It's a great educational film, and it is very informative.

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Robert Porter

A documentary that seems to have been filmed by the crew of the 1974 film 'In The Company Of Men', this documentary is about the state of cinematographic sound at the time. This documentary covers a number of topics, and gives a little insight into what was happening at the time. Most of the discussions revolve around the relationship between the sound team and the filmmakers. As a sound engineer myself, I can say that the sound is a very important element of any movie. For a good example, I will point out that the fight scene in 'Shakespeare in Love' is in fact made by the sound team, which is a very impressive achievement. The problem with this documentary is that the sound team seems to be portrayed as the 'good guys' in the film. This is completely incorrect. The sound team was almost completely under the control of the director, and his assistant was the 'bad guy'. This seems very unfair. It also seems to imply that the sound team is responsible for the majority of the problems that plagued the film. It is not. The problem with the documentary is that it's not very detailed. It doesn't seem to be very well structured. It seems to have an incomplete structure. It seems to have an incomplete plot. In my opinion, this is very unfortunate, because it makes it hard to know what to focus on. This documentary is a good example of why you should not watch a documentary on sound. It is very incomplete, and the lack of structure makes it difficult to know what to focus on. The documentaries on sound in general tend to be more thorough and are much better structured than this one.

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This film is a must see for anyone who loves movies. The story is well told, the cinematography is beautiful, and the music is very powerful. I was shocked to find out that this is a true story. It is a great story, and the cinematography is incredible. It is a very powerful film that will leave you thinking about it for days after you see it. This is a great movie, and I hope you will see it.

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Anthony B.

It was the first time I've watched this movie in the cinema, but I have to say it is one of the best movies I have ever watched in the cinema. The quality of the sound made it feel like you were right there in the scene. The animation is very detailed and the score was also superb. Everything was great, I was just speechless. I'm extremely sorry for the people who didn't get this movie because it's not at all a waste of time. There is a lot of surprises to be found in the movie. I can't wait to see this movie again. I give it a 10/10. and it is so much more than that.

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Bobby G.

This is a great documentary on the world of movie sound. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the sound. There was no question that the sound crew was working with very low budget. I thought the sound and the editing was very well done. The cast was very impressive, especially Kevin Spacey. The film was well made, and it is very informative. The interviews were very insightful. It was nice to see the historical background of the movie sound. If you are interested in the world of movie sound, this is a great documentary. I highly recommend this film.

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Janice Lee

This is an excellent documentary about sound and sound editing. The director (author of the book "Songs of Silence") interviewed the greatests (some of the greatest sound editing experts) and of course the key to the greatest sound is the audio engineer's design. So the engineer must know what they are doing, but what do the greatest sound editors know? This documentary gives you all the facts. How it is done. What is it good for? How is it done? Is it really that hard? This documentary has all the facts. All the famous editors have all the answers and all the stories. In the end, this documentary tells us that the audio engineer's are the most important factor when it comes to creating a good movie. A great deal of knowledge is behind the recording and the editing. This documentary is for people who love the sound and love movies. For the movie buffs who only care about good audio and good editing. For the other people who like documentaries, this is an excellent film.

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This is an excellent film, not for everyone. Some people are going to dislike the style, the visuals, the subject matter, the sound effects, the 'thriller' aspect of it all, etc. But those are all things that add to the 'value' of this film. The film is full of beautiful shots of the beautiful countryside of Wales, the strong sounds, the overall feeling of the film. And that's why it works. The sound effects, as mentioned, are probably the most important thing to the film. And in that aspect, this film is very powerful. You get the sense that you're watching a film that is being made in the real world, and it feels real. The sound is the most important thing, and the film, while it may not be a masterpiece, works very well with it. It's not an 'expert' piece, but it is very good.

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Danielle Gray

This film was very educational. I learned so much about how sound effects are used in film. It also taught me a lot about a really cool film that is not only filmed well but is also very intelligent and well thought out. It's a perfect blend of classic western films, modern day documentary, and hip-hop music. This is what a great documentary should be. I highly recommend it. I'll be watching it again and again.

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I was in a film class the other day and I had the chance to see this documentary. It was one of the best films I have seen in my life. The director was in a unique situation, which is the reason I wanted to see this film. This was the first time I saw the movie and I enjoyed it so much. This documentary will show you how a documentary should be made. The documentary was shot on the streets of New York City, in a very chaotic environment, but still managed to be very interesting. I would recommend this film to everyone, because it was so well put together and the music is amazing. It was amazing to see a documentary made in the city of New York. I have to say that this was one of the best documentaries I have seen in my life. I think that it is one of the best documentaries ever made. I will definitely buy this one when it comes out on DVD.

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Timothy Carlson

I've read many of the comments posted on this website for "Movies in the Dark" and so I thought I'd write my own since I think it's one of the most valuable things to read. I read that before I saw it, I knew the content would be something different than what I expected and so I had trouble understanding a lot of the film. However, I didn't read much about this film beforehand, just some of the reviews which I had seen. I read the comments in depth and now I have a very different perspective on the film. The very first thing that strikes you is the very different lighting which creates the mood and tone of the film. Without this lighting, it would not have been as powerful. So, the first thing that struck me was the realism of the lighting. I don't know about any other film but, that is a big no-no for me. I want to see scenes with realistic lighting, because I like to imagine what a situation would be like, instead of just seeing it. The story is very simple, but is told in a way that makes the film more engaging. The story of this film is a bit different than the other movies, because it doesn't follow the typical formula. I think that there are very few movies like this. The last thing I would add is that this film is so different to anything I've ever seen that it was a major surprise to me. I couldn't help thinking, "Man, I haven't seen anything like that in a long time. Wow." Overall, I thought that this film was very good. I would definitely recommend this film to others. I hope that there is another film like it and that it is successful. I think it is a great way to start off a new era of film.

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I really like the documentary. I was expecting it to be more of a chronological story, but it actually follows it's own rules. You'll have to watch the film to figure it out, but I was impressed with the editing. It was very interesting to watch and when it's over, you'll want to see the movie again to see how it was done. I was surprised that the director did not include any music in the film. I thought that would make it seem more random and random scenes would have been better to add. It was definitely not a documentary about the effects of sound, but a documentary about the effects of sound in the movie industry. In the end, the movie is about the art of sound, and how the artists were able to get away with it. It's more than just the sound of a film, and you'll definitely want to see it.

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I thought that this documentary was very interesting. I didn't really know what to expect but I was really pleased with what I got. The discussion that was had in the film was very fascinating and brought the history of film making to life for me. I was really impressed with the amount of work that was put into this documentary. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone that is interested in the history of cinema.

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Ashley Bennett

The story of a group of Hollywood film makers who have been involved in the making of several classic films. The movie seems to have more to do with the history of film making than the technical side of filmmaking. It also seems to be a story of Hollywood filmmaking, rather than a story about film making. However, I liked the movie, and I liked the way the documentary makers went about documenting the film making process.

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Paul L.

A very interesting and informative documentary. There are some brilliant interviews with those involved in the making of the film, and the general public and film-going public alike. The film is almost entirely in English, but this makes it much more accessible to the general public. The film itself is an interesting look at the making of this film. It is a very difficult film to make, and the filmmakers do a good job of it. The film also has some very interesting interviews with the film-makers, including one with the director himself, about the making of the film. There are some interesting moments with the directors of the original film, and the makers of this film. Overall, a very interesting and insightful documentary.

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I didn't expect much from this documentary and I was surprised, for a documentary it has some powerful parts and a good message about cinema. It deals with the diverse methods of film-making, their effects on people, the methods of making movies, and a great deal of great knowledge. But it's also a celebration of sound as an essential tool of cinema. The whole movie is very well done and covers a lot of information. I strongly recommend this to anyone interested in sound cinema.

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Philip Pearson

I have seen this documentary many times and continue to admire the intelligence of it. It deals with an issue that many people seem to be willing to ignore: sound amplification in movie theaters. An excellent documentary about the state of the art in this technology, which is now starting to produce some of the most "special" moments in movies. And although the point of view is sometimes rather melodramatic (with the exception of a brief scene near the end, which captures a very moving moment in a real theater) it makes the point very easily, and the viewers seem to share the same vision.