Filmmaker Reacts to CRAZY HOLLYWOOD CAMERA Techniques!

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, March 12, 2019
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  • Peter McKinnon  (Mar 12, 2019)

    My brain is fried. THESE ARE SO COOL!

  • Ishan Goel  (1 hour ago)

    me too peter.. me too

  • Laurent Arnaud  (4 hours ago)

    Hey if you think these videos are cool and as a filmmaker how about you credit the original links. It's a bare minimum. Especially for someone from the industry.

  • Michael Hall  (Mar 12, 2019)

    "I really suck at this"how I feel when I watch Peter

  • Ryfic Entertainment  (6 hours ago)


  • Ranek Inpinewoods  (1 day ago)

    I guess there's levels to this shit...

  • Jelar Esho  (1 day ago)

    I like how he enjoyed the videos and didn’t act cocky/smart ass because he’s a film maker too

  • Sweta Chaudhari  (4 hours ago)


  • Justin Brandt  (6 hours ago)

    +Winston Poptart I dont think he did. Pretty humble in my opinion. Said numerous times how he needed practice, and how he could use a week with one dude, didn't hear any kind of bragging at nll all

  • Street sweep 717  (1 day ago)

    Note to self. *NEVER eat ANYTHING on a Studio Set*

  • Neelansh dosi  (5 hours ago)

    Except smores

  • Ashlee Thompson  (6 hours ago)

    Craft services are great though.

  • Mr. Pickle  (1 day ago)

    I never saw you before but this is crazy

  • Sim Won  (6 hours ago)

    so here's my number

  • Mr. Pickle  (7 hours ago)

    SingTalkLaughLi -Lize Futcher- ofc its about me

  • CPUVitrualizaiton  (1 day ago)

    legend has it that the dog is still in the room

  • Cunning Linguist  (6 hours ago)


  • thomaskazuya  (5 days ago)

    The bloody cocaine is from Ghost Recon Wildlands, and is 100% CGI.

  • YamiGenesis  (27 minutes ago)

    can confirm

  • OperatorArq  (6 hours ago)


  • The Baked Potato  (1 day ago)

    In the shot with the blood transitioning to mud.Thats a trailer for a Videogame, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. All CG animation.

  • Jesse Goshen  (4 hours ago)

    Great, but repetitive, game. Loved that animation tho

  • theodorus321  (19 hours ago)

    i was searching this comment

  • Wierd person  (21 hours ago)

    plot twist: this entire video was filmed in front of a mirror

  • Mumyour Mum  (7 hours ago)


  • Temirlan Kasmaliev  (9 hours ago)

    I thought it was camera zooming into the mirror.

  • Chox Wax  (1 day ago)

    I don't know what's more expensive: CGI or all these real-life shots with dem machineries lel

  • Doodle  (6 hours ago)

    +T3n50r well thats not what they mean, they mean the tricks and the skill it takes,

  • T3n50r  (10 hours ago)

    The real life shots with the machineries if we're thinking a week of filming (the Imax camera used in The Dark Knight is high end of high end and goes for 16k$ a week renting it, even if we're on a budget 4-8k$ a week for a different camera is still a lot) along with crew, service people (police, medical personnel, stunt drivers, extras), paying for closing the street/whatever they're going to film on, legal fees (if needed), specialized vehicles to hold the insane cameras etc. CGI is mostly just skill...