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#21 alabama

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Posted 19 August 2015 - 02:14 AM

Hey,
Last week I watched The Captain's Paradise starring Alec Guinness and
they showed a cup that was being used for hot chocolate. Even though it was
cast in a mold, it had a double trimmed foot, like mine, but double.
The form was elegant, like it was made by rayaldridge with the subtle
changes in form. It was used twice though out the movie.

Another movie watched last week was The Ladykillers starring
Alec Guinness and Peter Sellers. Not much on pottery but very funny.

I think if you liked Dial M for Murder, you'd really like
Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt with Joseph Cotton. There
is the typical 1950s tea set used at the table but not much in the way
of pottery.

I gave away my Reefer Madness movie to my little brother, so I
can't review it again for pottery. My brother has "bad movie" night
where he and friends try to find the worst movies to play, comment on
as they are the Sci-Fi 3000 theater channel and throw stuff at the
screen,(mostly popcorn). I have a copy of VideoHounds Golden Movie
Retriever so when I finish a movie dvd, I highlight it in the book
and usually give the movie away.

Any emblems or designs from movies and youtube videos are freeze framed
and sketched to be incorporated on the side of a pottery vessel later.

See ya,

Alabama

#22 Rebekah Krieger

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Posted 25 August 2015 - 11:38 PM

I have paused movies to look at pottery on shelves and end tables too! I don't recall which ones but my husband gets annoyed when I tell him "quick pause that" and when he realizes it's for a pot instead of me getting me up to pee or fill a glass of wine he will push play again hahahaaha

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#23 Chilly

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Posted 26 August 2015 - 03:31 AM

 he will push play again hahahaaha

 

 

That's why I'm in charge of the remote.


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#24 alabama

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Posted 02 September 2015 - 11:33 PM

I'm probably the last person on earth to know this, at least find this
out, but my DVD remote control has a magnified button. It ranges from
1/2 size, 2x, 3x, and 4x the size. So I can freeze the frame, and
bring an image of pottery from the background to the foreground.
Its pretty helpful looking at the credits as well.
See ya,
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#25 Mina Tanaka

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Posted 13 March 2016 - 07:16 AM

It might be a bit late to reply to this topic but anyway!

If you like korean dramas, dramas about ancient Asia or korean ceramics... this one is definitely for you!

Search online for "The goddess of fire". 

It is in its original language but english subtitles are included. It is the story of a child who aspire to become the best ceramist in Korea. Because it is a korean drama, friendships, betrayal and intense plot are to be revealed. And of course... Thousands of sublime ceramics. Hard to imagine but almost all characters are potters. Evil potters, potter heroes and potter friends in a beautiful, yet very dangerous adventure to become at any cost the #1 elite ceramist at Bunwon, the Joseon dynasty royal kiln.

Enjoy!

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#26 Joseph F.

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Posted 13 March 2016 - 10:23 AM

Oh man gotta watch that

#27 Denice

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Posted 13 March 2016 - 06:34 PM

Me too if it's a really great movie I get so involved I forget it's subtitled.  Denice



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Posted 13 March 2016 - 08:55 PM

I just watched The Magnificent Seven on Netflicks. Eligh Wallack is the bad Mexican with 40 raiders.

Steve McQueen and Yul Brynner get together 7 gunslingers to save the town.

Lots of terra cotta pottery. Even in the bar, they are drinking out of terra cotta mugs. Some coloured slip application.

2.In the "Good, the Bad and the Ugly," there is a great scene at the beginning of the movie, where the "bad" is staring down the farmer over a big plate of salad and squash. Looks delish. They are eating with hand-carved wooden spoons. You know that the farmer is going to;"bite the farm", as it were, and he does.

Nice big platters though.

Eligh Wallack is the ugly in this one. Can we say; "type cast"

Love that movie. A bit long though.

TJR.

That's funny, must have been about a week ago? my husband was watching it too and noticed the terra cotta. All I could think of was "how many times have you watched this?"Now I'll have that theme song playing in my head for awhile- again.



#29 AndyL

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Posted 18 March 2016 - 08:12 PM

I know what you mean Lucille I've a habit of looking at pottery in most films and television programs too.



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Posted 19 March 2016 - 11:14 AM

I'm surprised the Netflix series Marco Polo got no mentions on this thread yet. Tile work and porcelain!!! Eeeee!




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