Blue Crush

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Ken Chan, Aug 17, 2002.

  1. Ken Chan

    Ken Chan Producer

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    Enjoyed watching all the bikinied surfer babes, especially the lead, Kate Bosworth. I liked her since she did Young Americans on The WB a few years back.

    Oh yeah, the surf footage was very good, aside from what sure looked like some digital inserts. (What year was The Running Man set in -- we're pretty much there already.) Anyone know how much surfing Kate did herself?

    If the director John Stockwell does a good commentary like he did with crazy/beautiful -- and especially if he does it with Kate as he did with Kirsten -- that will be a pretty interesting DVD.

    //Ken
     
  2. Alex Spindler

    Alex Spindler Producer

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    Ken,
    I happened to catch the HBO first look (or at least the equivalent), and Kate and Michelle both had to learn to surf. The short amount of footage they had made is seem like Michelle was pretty weak on the board. But Kate seemed like a natural on some moderate waves.

    I think I may have to catch this one. I was enormously surprised by crazy/beautiful, so this could be better than the concept seems.
     
  3. Joel Mack

    Joel Mack Cinematographer

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    Overall a pretty good movie, but yeah, there are some bad, bad, bad digital composites of Kate's face on someone else's body.
    Personally, I'm in love with Sanoe Lake... [​IMG]
    I give it a B.
     

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