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Ramblin’ Man

Take 43 “umms” and “uhs”.
Add three derailments of a train of thought.
Mix well with one shitty conclusion.
Half bake for 4 minutes and voila.
My first vlog in my new house!

Ramblin’ Man from Adam Avitable on Vimeo.

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46 Replies to “Ramblin’ Man”

  1. Mandi Bone

    Do you remember that horrible movie they made with The Tower of Terror? It might have just been a Disney channel movie.I am a huge disney fan but do not understand why they would choose that tiny sequence for a movie. Maybe the next could be What really goes on in Mrs Potts cupboard at night?

  2. Dave2

    But the REAL tragedy is that the “unnamed wizard” from the cartoon was dubbed “Yensid” by the animators (Disney spelled backwards)… but the name of Nicholas Cage’s character in the movie is Balthazar Blake?!? This is bullshit! No respect for the source material!!

  3. fiwa

    Anything Nicolas Cage is in these days is an automatic NO. I don’t have a problem with them taking something like a clip from Fantasia and making a movie around it, as long as the movie is good. It’s better than remaking Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

  4. hello haha narf

    can’t watch this here at work. will enjoy later at home.
    i finally got my webcam hooked up. wonder if i could attempt a video post…hmmmmm.
    i’mma go with no. all that editing shit has gotta be a pain in the ass. i’m lucky i can get pictures into my posts.

  5. B.E. Earl

    I agree that most of Bruckheimer’s films are crap, but honestly I have no idea what percentage of the blame lies with the producer of these films. I know they are responsible for money and hiring the crew (and maybe the cast although the director and others have some/more input there), but is it really their fault that the product on the big screen sucks? Should more blame go toward directors like Gore Verbinski, Jon Turtletaub, Michael Bay, Dominic Sena or Tony Scott? I dunno.

    PS – I used to get Jerry Bruckheimer (producer) and Joel Schumacher (director) confused all the time. I don’t know why. As far as I can tell they only worked on two films together. Bad Company (awful) and Veronica Guerin (not so awful). I would have thought that the guy who produced Days of Thunder and the guy who directed Batman & Robin would have joined together to make a cosmically bad film. But these are just meh.

    • Avitable

      @B.E. Earl, I think that it depends on the producer. When it’s someone like Bruckheimer, it feels like he has his hand in everything, because most of his movies have a very similar feel. Since he has the money, he can also change story elements, remove directors if he doesn’t like how the movie’s going, etc., so I think a percentage of the blame goes with him.

  6. Laurie

    I grew up in California and it seemed like Chuck E Cheese was HUGE. They had lots of rooms full of the mechanical characters, a rope swing, tunnels that lead to the games and huge ball pits. When I moved to Texas and went when I was older, I was so sad and surprised at how small they were. People have tried to convince me it only seems smaller because I’m not a kid anymore, so I am glad that you felt kind of the way I did. Anyhow… now I’m rambling.

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