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The Life & Death of an Espresso Shot in Super Slow Motion

Some YouTuber posted online a pretty nice clip of an espresso shot being pulled from a La Marzocco FB80 espresso machine at 120 frames per second. They recommend muting the sound, then putting on your own music. I gave it a quick shot with the famous soundtrack for Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. And I’ll be damned, it syncs up pretty well. Have a better soundtrack to recommend? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below. Would you like to support the mission of...
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32 beautiful coffee table books to give as gifts

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Alyssa Powell/Business Insider A good coffee table book serves as a decor piece, is filled with stunning images, and entertains guests.We've compiled a list of 32 coffee table books that will make great gifts for everyone in your life.Unlike the dog-eared, beaten-down tomes inhabiting the bookshelves of a home, coffee table books are a more refined species.They have license over the prime t...
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The surprisingly conventional sequel to Kubrick's masterpiece, 2001: A Space Odyssey

I don't know if I agree that 2010: The Year We Make Contact is a forgotten sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey. It did well at the box office upon its release and received largely positive reviews. It had a stellar cast, including Roy Scheider, Helen Mirren, and John Lithgow, and was nominated for 5 Academy Awards. — Read the rest
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‘Lunatic at Large’: Unmade Stanley Kubrick Film Aims to Go Into Production This Year

Last year, filmmaker Terry Gilliam (Brazil, Time Bandits, 12 Monkeys) said he was supposed to begin filming a movie based on an unmade Stanley Kubrick film – but the coronavirus pandemic caused the whole thing to fall apart. A report at the time indicated that the mysterious project was Lunatic at Large, a 70-page treatment based on a Kubrick idea that Kubrick’s then-producing partner James B. Harris commissioned from acclaimed crime writer Jim Thompson in the 1950s. Now two different producers...
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Whatever Became Of Shelley Duvall? This.

A sting of Robert Altman films in the 1970s made her into a major movie star with a Best Actress win at Cannes. Then came Kubrick’s The Shining, a physically and emotionally grueling film shoot leading to a performance that strikes viewers as either brilliant or grotesque. She spent the ’80s and early ’90s producing children’s television with marquee Hollywood actors. Then she up and disappeared — until 2016, when the Dr. Phil show found her in Texas and aired a disastrous interview. Writer Set...
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Unproduced Stanley Kubrick Screenplay Coming To Screens

“Veteran producers Bruce Hendricks and Galen Walker have optioned the rights to the late Stanley Kubrick’s unmade film Lunatic At Large, and have plans to bring the film-noir storyline to the big screen. … The project was one of three film stories found in Kubrick’s archives after his passing.” Production is expected to start this fall. – The Hollywood Reporter
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Unmade Stanley Kubrick Movie ‘Lunatic at Large’ Getting Feature Film Treatment

Producers Bruce Hendricks and Galen Walker have optioned the rights to the late Stanley Kubrick’s archival project “Lunatic at Large” and plan to adapt it into feature film. The project was one of three film stories that were found in Kubrick’s library after he died in 1999. Kubrick, whose seminal filmography includes “2001: A Space […]
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Listen to the Never-Heard Song Written for Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pF_pEIsFOI4 Hollywood film scores have become blandly formulaic, thanks to filmmakers’ over-reliance on the same kinds of “temp music” during the editing process, a practice that can lead to a boilerplate approach at the scoring stage. But the use of temporary music is nothing new. Stanley Kubrick left the temp score for 2001: A Space Odyssey as the film’s official soundtrack, opting for Richard Strauss’s Also Sprach Zarathustra for the iconic opening sequ...
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K3 Bricked K3 stuck in bootloop

Hi everyone, I have a big trouble flashing Kindle 3. I've bought a K3 with a broken screen. Replaced screen with a brand new ED060SCE display. Than it occured that this reader restarts every minute or less. With a fully charged battery it stayed turned on for 30 minutes, now only rebooting. I tried flashing with Kubrick but it only flashes 1% and shows flashing done. I have few questions 1. Could it be battery isue? 2. How long it should stay in downloader mode ? Because it leaves downloader...
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New battery not charging pass ~13% K3

I have had the Kindle 3rd Gen, the one with the keyboard at the bottom, for about 10 years. After many years of it being forgotten in a shelf I decided to start using it again about 3 months back. Needless to say that the battery was gone and the kindle was stuck in the low battery screen. I purchased a new battery of eBay, https://www.ebay.com/itm/293380358743 , and replaced the old one with the new. After the swap the Kindle continued to be stuck on the low battery screen. I tried all the po...
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Kubrick's Rejected Monolith Became A Monument For The Queen

By Amanda Mannen  Published: January 29th, 2021 
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‘Akudama Drive’ is the Cyberpunk Suicide Squad Anime You Never Knew You Wanted

It’s been nearly four decades since the cyberpunk genre began to take shape, and it’s been sadly strip-mined of its urgency and turned into a retro aesthetic that is served to audiences by the same multi-billion-dollar corporations that the genre was built to criticize. Sure, the neon lights shining in the rain, and the urban futurism still looks cool, but there’s rarely anything new or of value being said in most modern cyberpunk stories. So it is a genuine pleasure to see Akudama Drive l...
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Space oddity: song rejected by Kubrick for 2001 released after 52 years

Stanley Kubrick asked a young publicist to write a track for his movie, but didn’t use it. Now we can all hear itStanley Kubrick’s enigmatic film 2001: A Space Odyssey has posed a puzzle from the first. The unsettling story of a manned space journey to Jupiter, it continues to intrigue audiences 50 years after its release.But now, thanks to a small British record label, a “lost” original song, commissioned especially for the film but never used, is winning admiration from fans for the way it cat...
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21st Century Spielberg Ranked From Worst to Best

Now that the 21st Century Spielberg column/podcast has come to a close (at least until West Side Story arrives in December 2021), it’s time to look back at Steven Spielberg‘s films from the 2000s and 2010s and see how they all stack up. Overall, the 21st century has produced some of Spielberg’s most interesting, challenging, and rewarding work – but not all of it worked. 14. Ready Player One Not only is Ready Player One Spielberg’s worst 21st-century offering, but it’s also quite possibly...
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29 beautiful coffee table books to give as last-minute holiday gifts

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Unlike the dog-eared, beaten-down tomes inhabiting the bookshelves of a home, coffee table books are a more refined species.They have license over the prime tabletop real estate, and are typically used as both an accent piece, a personal thesis statement, and entertainment for guests patiently waiting for their host to emerge from some other room.Coffee table ...
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21st Century Spielberg Podcast: With ‘The BFG’ and ‘Ready Player One’, Steven Spielberg Attempted to Return to His Roots, With Mixed Results

(Welcome to 21st Century Spielberg, an ongoing column and podcast that examines the challenging, sometimes misunderstood 21st-century filmography of one of our greatest living filmmakers, Steven Spielberg. In this edition: The BFG and Ready Player One.) What do you think of when you think of a Steven Spielberg movie? There are a variety of answers, but “blockbuster” tends to be at the top of the list. After all, it was Spielberg’s Jaws that gave birth to the idea of the summer blockbuster, ...
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27 beautiful coffee table books to give as holiday gifts

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Shayanne Gal/Business Insider Unlike the dog-eared, beaten-down tomes inhabiting the bookshelves of a home, coffee table books are a more refined species.They have license over the prime tabletop real estate, and are typically used as both an accent piece, a personal thesis statement, and entertainment for guests patiently waiting for their host to emerge from some other room.Coffee table books hav...
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The Quarantine Stream: ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ is the Perfect Alternative Holiday Movie

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Eyes Wide Shut Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman are an upper-class married couple who have a fight about infidelity that never actually happened, leading Cruise’s severely cucked character to stalk out into New York City looking to reclaim his manhood. He ends up at the world’s worst/best Christm...
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Japanese Art Installation Lets People Play Erik Satie’s “Gymnopédie No. 1” As They Walk on Socially-Distanced Notes on the Floor

The global pandemic has revealed the depths of systematic cruelty in certain places in the world that have refused to commit resources to protecting people from the virus or refused to even acknowledge its existence. Other responses show a different way forward, one in which everyone contributes meaningfully through the principled actions of wearing masks and social distancing or the principled non-action of staying home to slow the spread. Then there’s the critical role of art, design, and mus...
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A Free 700-Page Chess Manual Explains 1,000 Chess Tactics in Straightforward English

Image by Michael Maggs, via Wikimedia Commons FYI: In 2011, Ward Farnsworth published a two-volume collection called Predator at The Chessboard: A Field Guide To Chess Tactics (Volume 1 – Volume 2) where he explains countless chess tactics in plain English. In this 700-page collection, “there are 20 chapters, about 200 topics within them, and over 1,000 [chess] positions discussed.” Now for the even better part: Farnsworth has also made these volumes available free online. Just visit chesstact...
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Top 5 theories on the enigmatic monolith found in Utah desert

A monolithic object found in a remote part of Utah caused worldwide speculation about its origins.The object is very similar to the famous monolith from Stanley Kubrick's "2001: Space Odyssey".The object could be work of an artist or even have extraterrestrial origins. An enigmatic "monolith" found in a Utah desert on November 18th has become the source of worldwide attention and speculation, with Internet denizens looking for something more light-hearted to talk about as the tumultuous 2020 dr...
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‘Eyes Wide Shut’ Vinyl Soundtrack Coming From Mondo This Week

Nothing says the holidays like Eyes Wide Shut, Stanley Kubrick‘s psycho-sexual drama set at Christmastime. Kubrick’s film – his last, completed right before his death – has become a kind of gonzo alternative holiday movie, and to celebrate this festive season, Mondo is releasing the film’s soundtrack on vinyl for the first time ever. The Eyes Wide Shut vinyl soundtrack release was even fully approved by stars Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, and the Kubrick Estate. Eyes Wide Shut Vinyl Soundtr...
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Watch How to Be at Home, a Beautiful Short Animation on the Realities of Social Isolation in 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT40Rmjwd-Q I think, as social primates, we want to feel a strong sense of belonging either in a relationship or to a community—or both. But also intrinsic to our humanity is a feeling that we are truly alone. —Filmmaker Andrea Dorfman, 2010 When they first became friends, poet Tanya Davis and filmmaker Andrea Dorfman talked a lot about the pleasures and hardships of being alone. Davis had just gone through a break up, and Dorfman was just embarking on a r...
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Resurrecting an old Kindle Keyboad

So, I've just dug out my old Kindle Keyboard 3g+wifi uk edition. It's still on 3.0.3 firmware. I'd jailbroken it and installed USBNetwork.. and I don't think much else.. maybe a screensaver hack? maybe something to stop it auto updating? (I had a ENABLE_HACK_UPDATES file on the device). I installed the hacks some time in 2011. I tried installing the 3.1 firmware update, but the checksum for ServerConfig.conf fails. Code: 201120:175737 ota_install: C def:patch:patchinfo="/opt/amazon/ebook...
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A Long Now Drive-in Double Feature at Fort Mason

Join the Long Now Community for a night of films that inspire long-term thinking. On October 27, 02020, we’ll screen Samsara followed by 2001: A Space Odyssey at Fort Mason. SAMSARA Drive-in Screening on Tuesday October 27, 02020 at 6:00pm PT Get Tickets SAMSARA is a Sanskrit word that means “the ever turning wheel of life” and is the point of departure for the filmmakers as they search for the elusive current of interconnection that runs through our lives.  SAMSARA t...
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‘The Boy Behind the Door’ Review: A Traumatic and Terrifying Tale of Enduring Friendship [Fantastic Fest 2020]

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, an estimated 460,000 children go missing every year in the United States. Kids can disappear in the blink of an eye and are sometimes never found. It ’ s a terrifying and heartbreaking concept that writer/director team David Charbonier and Justin Powell tackle with sharp and savage precision. The duo delivers a harrowing look at child abduction and everlasting friendship in The Boy Behind The Door .  Bobby ( Lonnie Chavis ) and Kevi...
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Mark Kelly Owes Complete Disclosure on Chicom Money Influence

Kelly’s communist Chinese business associates don’t much like the idea of armed Americans, either. (Captain Mark Kelly/Facebook) U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “The Chinese government invited then-astronaut Mark Kelly, now an Arizona Democratic Senate candidate, to an all-expenses-paid retreat at a countryside resort in 2003,” The Washington Free Beacon reported Monday. “He left China five days later not only with a future spouse, former Rep. Gabby Giffords (D., Ariz.), but also with lucrative reg...
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The 100 best horror movies of all time, according to critics

"Get Out" Justin Lubin/Universal Studios With Halloween a little more than a month away, Business Insider looked at Rotten Tomatoes' list of the best horror movies of all time. The list is based on Rotten Tomatoes' adjusted score that accounts for the variation in the number of reviews for the movies. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Halloween is a little more than a month away, which means horror-movie season will be in full swing for fans of the genre over the next mon...
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‘The Nest’ Director Sean Durkin on How You Make a Thriller Feel Haunted [Interview]

Writer/director/producer Sean Durkin is unafraid to take us to some dark places, providing a unique and compelling vision along the way. The winner of the Sundance directing award for Martha Marcy May Marlene , he returned to that festival with The Nest , a creepy, harrowing character piece about a family’s struggles with their own dreams and expectations. It’s a film that takes genre elements and gives them a welcome twist, belying expectations at every move, resulting in a deep character...
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Understanding Chris Marker’s Radical Sci-Fi Film La Jetée: A Study Guide Distributed to High Schools in the 1970s

Pop quiz, hot shot. World War III has devastated civilization. As a prisoner of survivors living beneath the ruins of Paris, you're made to go travel back in time, to the era of your own childhood, in order to secure aid for the present from the past. What do you do? You probably never faced this question in school — unless you were in one of the classrooms of the 1970s that received the study guide for Chris Marker's La Jetée. Like the innovative 1962 science-fiction short itself, this educati...
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