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    I think I do not fully understand your desire to please help me explain further.

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    Damn it Headphaze, you've got my movie head going.

    "Worst Movie" just reminded me. Some years ago my daughter and I watched The Cat in the Hat 2003 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0312528

    We both loved it, so much in fact that she wanted to watch it again some weeks later. People who were expecting a more traditional style were seriously disappointed, hence the quite low rating and hilarious negative reviews, we pissed our selves laughing at those. One for more modern kids I think - if you have any. I personally wouldn't have watched it otherwise. I can't believe people actually demanded refunds when leaving the theatre. < They should have been told "tough luck" in my world anyway.

    Anyway, like I say, it's a fun movie to watch with your kids.

    P.S freesound doesn't like any text within more than/less than. That's why it's pointing there. "squiggly red line before theatre". I can't spell.

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    Initially I missed the point of the thread (too much beer). I'll have to watch Under the Skin again before I comment on it, as it's been over a year now since viewing. One of the best films I've ever seen though.

    Hope it's ok to recommend another. I love it (laugh) when reviewers define a particular film as "worst movie ever". That's really quite impossible and there's far too many at the bottom of the barrel. And of course, taste is subjective. Sometimes a film doesn't have to be "great" just reasonably engaging and entertaining. For example, a lot of Kermode's "best of" choices I really don't like at all, but I understand where he's coming from. Personally, I prefer the Blogs and Listal.com for my movie gems - oh, I said movie smile But then, I am a huge fan of Americana.

    Anyway, to the point. Here's another I enjoyed some months ago, not great, but worth the time. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2625810 and by far, not the worst movie ever.

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    I like Pokemon. your videos with me

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    Great thread and thanks for investing the time, now and future. Long may it live. I really look forward to your future recommendations and to posting mine also. Not too long for me.

    Lately though, I've been spending more time on Steam games, but I'll be sure to post when I watch the next film that moves me.

    Speaking of which, Tallulah http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1639084/ was one that I watched this year that really impressed me. Currently available on Netflix.

    Oh, and there's quite a few TV shows that I can recommend, but later (one at a time as you say).

    I'm not so good at the discussion side of things, but I can certainly suggest a lot.

    John Cassavetes and Woody Allen are amongst my favourite directors, but many more besides.

    Anyway, the beer is really kicking in now, so signing off.

    Don't forget to browse the full Netflix catalogue https://uk.newonnetflix.info/ (uk version).

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    http://i.imgur.com/B6N4mon.png?2 Hello and welcome to the FREESOUND MOVIE CLUB thread http://i.imgur.com/B6N4mon.png?2

    I’ve been meaning to create this thread for some time now, and what better time than Christmas Day as a gift to you all. It’s intended to be a hub in the Freesound forum for movie-goers to recommend and discuss good films. We have had a few threads hither and thither in the past, geared towards the same thing but no “hub” per se. Due to the nature of the site, its only natural for recommended films to have a priority in the sound design/soundtrack department, however, we welcome all recommendations and particularly encourage commentary on the audio aspects of the films for whatever reason; this is in off-topic after all so it doesn't necessarily have to reflect the specific topic of the site. TV series are welcome too.

    Here’s how to participate:

    1. Watch films
    2. Post in thread your recommendation (one at a time)
    3. Let the discussion ensue

    Important rules to follow:

    • No major spoilers please; it should go without saying, there’s no point in recommending a good movie if it’s spoiled by knowing crucial events during the narrative, so please be careful how you discuss plots.
    • Be nice and tolerant, movie watching is subjective so we are not all going to enjoy and agree on the same things, and so it will be appreciated to show some respect for others’ choices of watching material. And, conversely, don’t be offended if your recommendation is either ignored or not received well by others.
    • Keep it tasteful. Obscure and independent films of all age ratings are welcome by all means, but no pornography or borderline please.
    • When you recommend a movie, please bolden the text of the title so it's easy to see in your post when scrolling. make text bold by wrapping it in this < b >your text here< / b > (remove the spaces)
    • Don't post links to torrents or illegal download locations.

    I will be periodically updating this thread as time goes by, so if you’re interested watch this space. As part of this club, I will be producing a weekly or fortnightly “movie of the week” (MOTW) feature for which I will embed below this post and publish an update post so you know when it has arrived (haven’t decided the time period yet). This feature will be determined on a few objective factors, but ultimately it will be decided by me, but as a group we can agree upon a feature and I will add it to the list for future updates.

    TL;DR - Watch films, discuss and be considerate smile

    *disclaimer* ~ I am not intending to promote illegal pirating/download of published films. The individual members of the community are solely responsible for how they wish to obtain movies recommended here. I do not and will not endorse or encourage this activity.

    **Special thanks to toiletrolltube for his encouragement to get this toilet tube rolling, so to speak**

    MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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    http://i.imgur.com/SoQ1zTe.png?1


    Director: Johnathan Glazer
    Year: 2013
    IMDb link: Under The Skin
    Short synopsis: "A mysterious woman seduces lonely men in the evening hours in Scotland. Events lead her to begin a process of self discovery"
    Interesting afterthoughts/articles: Under The Skin: Sound Design - Film4


    Just a little note: this film is nothing like “Lucy”. I know Lucy was a pretty disappointing film so I just thought I’d say Jonathan Glazer is a very different director than Luc Besson.

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    Hi, I am looking for DJ DROP in a male voice. the message is "You are in the mix with DJ R SYNC"

    Thanks in advance smile

    Rahul

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    It doesn't look like any females are still up for this. I made another request post and nothing so far.

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    Greetings. I still require a girl's voice for Dark Fantasy.

    ***An ebook gift based on the final product will be given to the selected contributor or contributors***

    I need the following sample. Looking for a CC0 contribution to the site, please, which I will be using in my own Dark Fantasy podcast. Character is a young Unicorn Girl (adult) who is also a wizard. Do it your own way.

    Please leave about 20 seconds of blank space at the start of your recording. This will help me during editing.

    Firstly, need the following words stated by you, one at a time:

    Description.
    Personality.
    Combat.
    Family.
    Allies.
    Current.

    This character also has a death scene on one of the podcasts. Provide some combat sounds, yells, etc as per your inspiration.

    Thanks kindly. I will credit you on the show if you like for your contribution.

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    Hey idk if this is still active, but if it is, can you make a female one saying ICryBlood beats, or ICryBlood Productions or something pls? Thank you in advance! grin

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    I've got some random robot vocal lines in this pack: https://www.freesound.org/people/dheming/packs/16976/

    There's quite a few more in this series already recorded and just waiting for processing. One of these rainy days I'll get around to that. smile

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    Yeah, that looks fine to me. smile

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    Headphaze wrote:
    Hi there. The answer is no. EasyBib is for a bibliography with reference to written papers.

    You have to follow the attribution guidelines of Creative Commons licensing.

    For CC-BY licenses the credit should be as follows:

    Title (file name)
    Author (name of user)
    Source (link to sound page on Freesound. (important!))
    License (state the license type)

    More detailed credits would include a disclaimer and a copyright notice, but don't worry about these two things.

    For more detailed guidelines visit https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/Best_practices_for_attribution

    Thank you! So I should cite it like this?

    Passingghost1.wav
    Tec studios
    https://freesound.org/people/tec%20studios/sounds/362768/
    Creative Commons 0

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    Hello there,

    I kindly have to ask for someone to make a couple of voice recordings so I can use it to troll people on DayZ Standalone. I'd love for the following things to be said in (if possible) the same pitch and same voice so it can be used for a conversation. Thanks a lot. If it's possible please do single recordings, if not (or it it's less work) you can make a complete recording too.

    I don't know how to cut it though so yea, if you could explain that to me that would be awesome.

    - Hello there
    - Hey
    - Whats up

    - Put your hands up (loud and clear)
    - Drop all your stuff on the ground and step back with your hands up (aggressive)

    - I'm friendly (one calm and one a bit louder, almost shouting)
    - Don't shoot me (one calm and one a bit louder, almost shouting, maybe one with a giggle at the end to make it sound cute)

    - How are you? (normal and friendly)
    - Have you seen anyone else here? (calm but curious)
    - Did you kill something here? (calm but curious)
    - You got some nice gear (friendly tone)

    - This is my friend

    - Follow me
    - Let's go
    - Let's move

    - I'm hungry
    - I'm thirsty

    - That was close (one calm and one more surprised)
    - Oh my god (surprised)

    - cute giggles and laughs

    I'd love you for helping me out, thanks in advance! smile

    - Yes (maybe a few different ones)
    - No (maybe a few different ones)

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    Hey Klink45

    Sorry this is late, but better than never I guess smile

    The Sampling+ license is defunct now as part of the available CC licenses. It's good practice to treat S+ licenses as if they were Attribution (CC-BY) so don't worry about the author's own specification.

    If you can't find the author and source of these sounds you used then there's not really much you can do about it. Considering that S+ license is discontinued, it practically makes the license redundant. However, if you can find the sounds in their original form, it might be that they are re-published with an updated license. But here's where it gets tricky, because the license that was applied at the time of you obtaining the file still applies to the file no matter how many times they changed the license since then.

    Try have a search.

    Hope this helps

    Cheers

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    Hi there. The answer is no. EasyBib is for a bibliography with reference to written papers.

    You have to follow the attribution guidelines of Creative Commons licensing.

    For CC-BY licenses the credit should be as follows:

    Title (file name)
    Author (name of user)
    Source (link to sound page on Freesound. (important!))
    License (state the license type)

    More detailed credits would include a disclaimer and a copyright notice, but don't worry about these two things.

    For more detailed guidelines visit https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/Best_practices_for_attribution

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    I would really appreciate it, if someone would take the time to record a voice tag for me, whether it's female or male I dont mind. The tag should say "ATP made this" (Just pronounce the letters like A T P). Only requirement is, that it needs to be a good microphone. Thanks in advance smile