Monday, February 4, 2013

Retro Movies Behind the Scene Photos

Jaws (1975) 
Mechanical Shark by Steven Spielberg

Ever wonder how it looked like in real life while Kate and Leonardo struggle to survive in the cold sea in the movie Titanic? Some of these photos tells us how our all time favorite classic movies were made behind the scene. These photos shows how meticulous it is to create a realistic effect to bring satisfaction and amazement to film fanatics.

All kudos to the great directors and its crew, from the engineers, artists, special effects staffs and researchers. Because of them we are able to enjoy
such great movies in the past thinking that way back in the 90's we have very few resources and technology is not as advanced in comparing to what we have today.

I can bet every movie lovers can tell what movie is on the picture without even reading the captions. Here are some of the greatest retro movies of all time (behind the scenes).

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Fifth Element (1997)
Mila Jovovich is cold? 

Robocop getting a bullet hit retouch (1987)

"Aliens" finishing touches (1979) 

Titanic (1997)

Back to the Future (1985)

Planet of the Apes (1974) 
Ape as a part-time camera man here

The Lord of the Rings (2001)

Star Wars (1999)

Gone with the Wind (1939)

Silence of the Lambs (1991)

The God Father (1974)

Wizard of OZ (1939)

E.T.  (1982)


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  2. The shark on the boat kills me. LOL Great post. :)


    Jules of Canines & Couture

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  3. These are great photos, the filmmaker in me really loved them. My favorite was the "Gone With The Wind" shot.

    1. It's one of my favorite too! That's cool that you make films too.. Good Luck about that! Keep me posted.

  4. I love behind the scenes shots and stories! It's so fun to learn how they made some of the best movies and realize that there are real live people behind there making all the magic happen! So cool! :)

    1. Indeed! I watched Bourne Legacy shooting in the Philippines, it's awesome how many people are working hard behind the scene, makes me appreciate the efforts of the film makers just to give us entertainment, it's a win win situation, we enjoy and they earn $$$.. Lol



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