The movie, Kevin Smith breaks down Silent Bob’s debut speech and more
(The morning watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of notable videos from the web. It could be video essays, fan-made productions, feature films, shorts, hilarious skits, or anything about our favorite movies and TV shows.)
In this edition, take a look behind the scenes of animation in historical satire America: the movie on Netflix. In addition, listen as Kevin smith looks back at Silent Bob’s speech from Clerk and breaks down the fabrication of the scene. And finally, find out how accurately pick-pocketing has been portrayed in movies like Birds of prey, ocean 11, Now you see me, New York gangs, and much more.
First, take a look behind the scenes of the animation for Netflixis a very hilarious historical satire America: the movie. All of the animation is in 2D, but it’s done on a computer, which makes animation much easier and more consistent. Check out storyboard and animatics previews to see how this blockbuster-style comedy came together.
In a new edition of Stage Studies with Kevin Smith, the filmmaker returns to the final scene of Jay and Silent Bob in Clerk. The director himself finally speaks as Silent Bob, creating a trend that would continue in the rest of the View Askewniverse films. Find out what Kevin Smith has to say about the set of this scene as he reflects on the early ’90s production.
Ultimately, Initiated brings in professional pickpocket and magician Lee Thompson from the Inner Magic Circle to review and analyze pickpocketing scenes from movies like Birds of prey, ocean 11, Now you see me, New York gangs, To concentrate, sleight of hand, The catch, The Adventures of Tintin, and, of course, the classic movie Pickpocket. How precise are these scenes? Find out in the video.