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quotes with the word "pacing"
Speak out your scripts . . . It forces you to get a draft out. You're going to get impeccable pacing - your body knows how to pace a movie.
Partly I think things will depend on our assessment next spring and early summer of how we're doing. . . I think that will have the biggest impact on the president's decision in terms of the pacing.
I think it's something that he's worked on . . . He's getting more comfortable doing that. I don't want to put him in an uncomfortable situation. He's very confident in that 20-foot shot. You don't have to space out all the way to the 3-point line to space the floor. We're going to have good pacing. The Ryan Anderson's of the world can go a couple of step behind the line and be comfortable. Some guys can't do that and we're going to have them in their comfort zone.
There are so many iconic scenes from the comic book that have been translated so well for the screen version . . . You have the scene at the end of episode two with 'If it makes you feel any better you taste much better than we thought you would.' That's directly from the comic book. I read the comics before we went into season five and I was very familiar with the 'Hunters' arc, but I did not know going into season five that Gareth would be so closely inspired by that character. So just to go back to episode two for a minute, when I was reading [the script for episode] two and I saw that monologue pop up at the end of two, I jumped off the couch in my apartment. I was reading a script and I couldn't stop pacing back and forth because I was so excited to go in and shoot that scene because of the language, which is so good and so intense. And then to go in there for episode three and have the whole tainted meat scene, which, again, is taken directly from the comics -- it was just too much for me. It was too good to be true. I was like, I don't just get the one amazing scene form the comics, but that whole sequence! And yeah, I felt pretty lucky.
Andrew J. West
Where they had it in the film, it's really a heart-breaking scene, and it would kind of killed the momentum of the film. For selfish reasons, there are certain scenes I would have liked in there, but they wouldn't have worked well. It would have slowed the movie down and messed up the pacing. And the pacing of Guardians is so perfect. And I'm saying that as a film fan. It wouldn't have worked.
I like the cold actually . . . I run pretty hot. I like taking long walks in the snow. I got some special Sorel boots. I'll be the guy outside the screening because I can't really watch it with people. I'm the guy pacing outside hoping to hear some laughs.
we'd love to make another Indiana Jones movie, but we're pacing ourselves right now.
My take on it is just be responsible . . . That's it. It's not about pacing yourself or parties. It is what it is. You're an adult. You just have to be responsible.
The pacing of it is it keeps coming at you . . . [There's] this mix of tones in terms of the comedy coming from this sort of reality show vibe and also this anachronistic thing that is going on too. It's also just really stupid at times too.
He's got great standup moves, awesome footwork . . . He can take it. He will take shots and go in for the kill. He has really good pacing and is always in good shape.
If we get to that point, we'll bring in some of the younger guys to do that, but we've got to make sure that we're pacing the team properly.
First quarter, I'm not really an offensive threat. The fourth quarter is when I become an offensive threat. It's kind of like pacing . . . The second quarter, I kind of wake up, so it looks like I'm pacing myself. For me to be what Brad [Stevens] and Danny [Ainge] and all those guys want me to be, conditioning plays into that. To be able to play all out for four quarters.
That was really, really compact; it was perfect, you know what I mean? . . . The whole pacing of what was on it, and everything - but, nevertheless, those three tracks were really cool. They all had strong character to them.
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