Count3D Dom

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    • Count3D Dom

      RTX 2015 is upon us

      18 hours ago

      I'm fortunate enough to return again this year and I am really looking forward to hanging out with people from the community again. If you see me, say hi, I love meeting people.

      I'm on a panel! Come see @RoadBlock, @ragingterror, @john, @DarkBowler and I at "Capturing a Community: Fan Photographers of RoosterTeeth". 12:30 PM, Saturday, August 8th, Room 301 at the JW Marriott hotel.

      Do you like taking photos? https://instagram.com/p/59sGxxxobp/Up for a challenge?

      Hope to see a few of you at SideQuest this year! Let me know if you're going, the team has worked insanely hard to make this year epic and I think you won't be disappointed.

      Okay, that's my call.

      Let's do this, Austin.

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      San Diego ComicCon Community Meetup

      in Forums > San Diego ComicCon Community Meetup | Follow this topic

      Join the event, here: roosterteeth.com/events/event.php?id=771

      Details:
      Wednesday evening July 8th, starting 7:45pm
      Bootlegers in downtown San Diego
      Space is limited so be sure to pick up your tickets here: rtsidequest.ticketbud.com/san-diego-comic-conquest

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    • Count3D Dom

      Happy birthday, Gavin.

      2 months ago

      There once was this teen with an eye for the past.

      He was passionate about using technology to slow life down to see the unseen, more so than anyone you'd ever met. For many years he trained with the best around the globe.

      He filmed. He shared his perspective. Explored nature and found questions. Formed teams and crafted worlds. Creators, musicians, athletes and personalities great and small sought his services, but he never lost sight of his own crazy self, never left a site that had become a home. He is one of the most inspiring members to come from this community.

      Before he was the slow mo guy he was the kid with the eye and the dream in it of a future in entertainment, perhaps as a stunt man, the British moderator with the longer-than-usual hairdo and the Santa hat avatar, making us laugh by hurling water balloons at his buddies. Now, he makes millions laugh and wonder a bit more about the what ifs in our universe.

      Wait until you see what he does next.

      Have a top birthday, @Gavino!

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      Oscar Guesses 2014-2015

      5 months ago

      It's the biggest day of the awards season. A lot of fine films came out last year and looking over the lists reminds me, once again, I'm really far behind. Here's what I think will win, not necessarily what should win.

      Best Picture
      Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) '“ Alejandro González Iñárritu, John Lesher and James W. Skotchdopole

      I want Boyhood to win but I don't think it has the same allure to Hollywood voters as Birdman.

      Best Actor
      Eddie Redmayne '“ The Theory of Everything as Stephen Hawking

      A lot of people think Keaton's got this. He gives the performance of his career but the Academy loves works based on real people and Redmayne really is good.

      Best Actress
      Julianne Moore '“ Still Alice as Dr. Alice Howland

      It's rare for an acting nominee to win on their film's only nomination. But apparently, she gives the best performance of the group. She's also a veteran respected amongst her peers who hasn't won.

      Best Supporting Actor
      J. K. Simmons '“ Whiplash as Terence Fletcher

      Sure-fire, locked in, will win.

      Best Supporting Actress
      Patricia Arquette '“ Boyhood as Olivia Evans

      Dern's role is supposedly very moving but brief, Streep gets another nomination for being Streep and Stone is young and will have her day, though she is the next-strongest contender. Knightley was okay. This should go to the respected veteran who gives the performance of her career, and hasn't won one, Arquette.

      Best Animated Short Film
      The Dam Keeper '“ Robert Kondo and Dice Tsutsumi

      Best Animated Feature
      Big Hero 6

      I think voters are likely to watch the animated film nominees with their kids. So I think their decision will come down to what their kids like most. This or How To Train Your Dragon 2.

      Cinematography
      Birdman '“ Emmanuel Lubezki

      Best Costume
      The Grand Budapest Hotel '“ Milena Canonero

      Best Directing
      Richard Linklater '“ Boyhood

      Inarritu seems like a safe-ish bet. I don't think voters will overlook Linklater's commitment to his decade-long vision.

      Best Documentary
      Virunga '“ Orlando von Einsiedel and Joanna Natasegara

      CitizenFour is the most high profile, but there's a sentiment I keep reading by voters that it's not the most well-made. I honestly think Finding Vivian Maier has a better shot. But, I'll go against the grain and pick Virunga, for having the best balance of compelling and well-edited narrative.

      Best Documentary Short
      Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1 '“ Ellen Goosenberg Kent and Dana Perry

      Best Live Action Short
      Parvaneh '“ Talkhon Hamzavi and Stefan Eichenberger

      Best Editing
      Boyhood '“ Sandra Adair

      Whiplash, just for that solo finale, could win... but there's a wow factor to editing the same thing for 12 years.

      Best Foreign Language
      Ida (Poland) in Polish '“ PaweÅ‚ Pawlikowski

      Supposedly, Leviathan is the best of these. Wild Tales has a chance of winning but Ida probably has the most compelling story.

      Best Makeup
      Guardians of the Galaxy '“ Elizabeth Yianni-Georgiou and David White

      I thought they'd go for the more "serious" contenders but every indication I've read says voters loved Guardians.

      Best Original Score
      The Theory of Everything '“ Jóhann Jóhannsson

      Sucks to be Desplat.

      Best Original Song
      "Glory" from Selma '“ Music and Lyric by John Legend and Common

      Best Production Design
      The Grand Budapest Hotel '“ Adam Stockhausen (Production Design); Anna Pinnock (Set Decoration)

      Best Sound Editing
      American Sniper '“ Alan Robert Murray and Bub Asman

      The last few winners have been Best Picture nominees and the academy loves war movies in this category so for both of those reasons I give American Sniper the edge.

      Best Sound Mixing
      Whiplash '“ Craig Mann, Ben Wilkins and Thomas Curley

      The only thing that could top a war movie in this category is a film where music plays a huge role. Could go to Birdman, but there's no denying the crucial force in Whiplash.

      Best Visual Effects
      Dawn of the Planet of the Apes '“ Joe Letteri, Dan Lemmon, Daniel Barrett and Erik Winquist

      Every winner the past seven years was also a Best Picture nominee. This is the first time since then there isn't a Best Picture nominee in this category. I'd love for Guardains to win but I think it'll go to the Apes.

      Best Adapted Screenplay
      The Imitation Game '“ Graham Moore from Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges

      American Sniper is too polarizing and Inherent Vice is too dark. Whiplash is great and could win but I think voters prefer something that's a bit more by-the-numbers.

      Best Original Screenplay
      Birdman '“ Alejandro González Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Jr. and Armando Bo

      Foxcatcher and Nightcralwer (which I loved) are just not most voters thing. Too dark. I think Boyhood's chances have been hurt because some people have a thing against how real events helped shape its script. Could very well go to Budapest. But I think too many voters relate to Birdman.

  • Comments (4018)

    • Desayjin

      Desayjin RTX Guardian x3

      2 months ago

      HAPPY BIRTHDAY DOM!!!!

    • Enforcer2005

      Enforcer2005

      4 months ago

      I'm finished with school forever bro! Now we can work together! haha I am editing on my first Feature too!

    • BostonPoke

      BostonPoke Zelda engagement ring

      5 months ago

      Happy Warm Fuzzies Day! Bravo with the SideQuest work. We always enjoy the events.

    • Felix

      Felix

      5 months ago

      Incoming WARM FUZZY

      Dude, thank you for taking part in such an excellent adventure with me and Let me know when we're doing Round 2 ;). I hope you're enjoying yourself, and look forward to seeing you come RTX

    • LadyOddDuck

      LadyOddDuck Call Me Duck

      5 months ago

      Happy Valentine's Day! Thank you for all the work you do with SideQuest. Your passion for the community and for charity is truly inspiring. You're an amazing person. Keep on being awesome!

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    • Desayjin

      Desayjin RTX Guardian x3

      5 months ago

      Happy Warm and Fuzzies day!

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      Happy Warm and Fuzzies to our favorite Vancouver-ian/Site Admin!

      -Your friendly neighborhood RT Community Economist:
      -James

    • Enforcer2005

      Enforcer2005

      6 months ago

      Hey Dude. You are awesome and I miss hanging with you! Talk soon?

      • Enforcer2005

        Enforcer2005

        5 months ago

        :-D Maybe later this year I'll make it up there. We should skype or something.

      • Count3D

        Count3D Dom

        5 months ago

        Sure. Come to RTX, man!

    • Don_Nico

      Don_Nico

      6 months ago

      Are you going to talk about it? (The award)

    • firemane101

      firemane101

      6 months ago

      how do i become a site admin

    • Joel

      Joel

      6 months ago

      Thanks man!

      • Count3D

        Count3D Dom

        6 months ago

        You're most welcome. Happy to have been a part of Mary's plan.