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Thread: Movies like "A Scanner Darkly"

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    Just saw A Scanner Darkly and i really liked the visual and animation style they used. Any of you guys have a recommendation of a movie, doesen't have to be similar in genre or same animation type, but a eye candy-like visual animation. Please nothing like "corpse bride" or disney kids movie. THANKS~

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    Waking Life (the movie they made before Scanner Darkly)

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-iDAaS3QiNk[/youtube]

    Renaissance (not as trippy - make sure to get english version)
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oh7s32XRScQ[/youtube]

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    Ahhh sweet dood thanks! exactly what i was looking for. Any other recommendations are welcomed!

    **Holy shit, "Renaissance" looks awesome. Can't believe i've never heard of it. I hope i can find it somewhere on the net. ><
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    The 1978 version of The Lord of The Rings uses rotoscoping extensively, in fact most of Ralph Bakshi's films around that period made use of the technique.

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    thanks, Zed. I will be checking those out and others like that.

    Nice thread.

    A Scanner Darkly looks like those Charles Schwab commercials.

    [youtube]qj2oqI8w1gA[/youtube]

    They use rotoscoped animation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchStanton View Post
    The 1978 version of The Lord of The Rings uses rotoscoping extensively, in fact most of Ralph Bakshi's films around that period made use of the technique.
    i might try that movie out

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    Screen play of movie "Stay" was also awesome
    -= Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught, will we realise we cannot eat money. =-

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    Someone mentioned the old LOTR cartoons.. Bakshi also made a movie which is even better (despite that a lot of critics didn't seem to care for the animated LOTR) called 'Wizards'.. Classic, but the animation technologies are really old, but it does use rotoscoping like 'Scanner'..

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