If that's the case I suspect a fairly large license audit on the way...
He collected exactly 100 gold coins
Well, that's one way of going over your manager's head (that is to say, through it)
I guess I should have worded that differently, what I meant was Public Domain
Here's a handy dandy list:
Archive.org is your friend
Beyond movies, you can also find old TV shows and music that are no longer under copyright
"Kids get in the car. We're goin' to the box factory!"
Strange, all these planes end up in Georgia...
To serve us cheap, watered down beer!
I for one welcome our new robotic stadium vendor overlords
That's the CD skipping
It's worse than just in-yo-face endorsement, it was active incitement to try to turn something actually interesting into yet another contrived "reality" show.
It was easy for them to push peoples' buttons, what was unexpected (and the most interesting part of this whole debacle IMO) is that rather than sit there and be harassed by assholes everybody just walked out.
I hope that Maker Studios learnt something from this experience and keep tight watch on outside "consultants" so that the next time it will stay true to the spirit of what was attempted and make something really worth watching
What's that in the bar?
Is it an Ale?
Is it a Lager?
NO! It's SUPERBEER
*theme tune plays*
From SCTV to Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day and so many guilty pleasures from the 80s
You will be missed
So imagine you have super-realistic characters, then you have them do something impossible like ride a dragon or glitch out on the physics engine... no matter how many hours you put in making them look really Real all it takes is one fuckup and you find yourself staring up from the Uncanny Valley wondering what happened.
at least you'll see it coming...