Hey now. Comparing these guys to professional wrestlers is a low blow.
But that's because you hate freedom.
Huh... I wonder if my buddy has a scavenged cap... Wouldn't surprise me.
Early K-series engines specified 0w20 (presumably for mileage).
The turbo and all wheel drive are what kill GT-FOURs.
Note: when people say “get sideways”, they are not usually referring to hamfisted attempts to parallel park that result in four new dents and a car at a 35 degree angle to the curb with one wheel on a bicycle.
I’m down with that.
I want an Element so bad. However, there are issues:
George Ta-fucking-kei is an American treasure. We need to have his judgment and thoughtfulness kept under glass at the Smithsonian as one of the last examples of the successes of the American experiment.
Me? I use this face to unlock more than mere phones...
Why motorize it? Just put the thing on a swivel and be done.
It’s an electric ute! An EL Camino....
That was another one that really felt bad. The first movie had been careful, self-aware, and judicious with CG (inside the Matrix... The real world scenes were, well, rough), but the sequels threw all of that moderation out and bet on techniques that were far from ready (arguably still the case for some of the…
I 100% agree with you. If it's not subtle, you might as well slap a chrome fridge magnet on there and be done.
Blazed new ground, produced a poor visual effect.
Hardly, but I know cut corners when I see them. These guys changed the game, but these films in particular showed signs of compressed schedules and moving targets. The effects in the prequel trilogy were ambitious, but they grossly missed the mark in a number of scenes (yes, even for the era).
I you are sexy enough, you can say it however you want.
Uh, no. The Nubian fly away (rotation behind motion) and the sliding feet of the epilogue march were made-for-TV bad, and most of the prequel trilogy held to that low bar. Our team of video/audio FX/tools engineers went out together on opening day for the Phantom Menace, and the looks on their faces were priceless…
So, Kristen, on my drive home I saw the following cars using this effect, in order: