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23rd May '16 11:06:50 AM Averagemoe
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* This is how the Ride/DisneyThemeParks UsefulNotes/ThreeDMovie ''Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'' is able to have the plot it does. The first half is a oner in which the camera doesn't move, and the scale of the performers and scenery is correctly scaled to appear as if they are actually people on a stage, as the setting is an awards ceremony. Close-ups of the performers and important action, the camerawork of a technician wearing a helmet-mounted camera, appear on a video monitor off to the side of the main screen. Once the audience is "shrunk", the film proceeds to another oner from a ''very'' different vantage point (and there is a sequence in which the camera moves -- because a toddler has just picked up the theater!).

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* This is how the Ride/DisneyThemeParks UsefulNotes/ThreeDMovie ''Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'' is able to have the plot it does. The first half is a oner in which the camera doesn't move, and the scale of the performers and scenery is correctly scaled to appear as if they are actually people on a stage, as the setting is an awards ceremony. Close-ups of the performers and important action, the camerawork of a technician wearing a helmet-mounted camera, appear on a video monitor off to the side of the main screen. Once the audience is "shrunk", the film proceeds to another oner from a ''very'' different vantage point (and there is a sequence in which the camera moves -- because a toddler has just picked up the theater!).[[note]]It should however be noted that the power goes out somewhat frequently.[[/note]]
20th May '16 3:24:26 AM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' had one in Louis's apartment during his party. The entire shot was also ad libbed by Creator/RickMoranis.

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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' had one in Louis's apartment during his party. The entire shot was also ad libbed by Creator/RickMoranis.
1st May '16 3:30:02 PM eroock
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* ''Film/EternalSunshineOfTheSpotlessMind'' uses a few, usually requiring Jim Carrey to [[http://www.cracked.com/article_19140_8-movie-special-effects-you-wont-believe-arent-cgi_p2.html run around like a mad man]] to be in two places at once.
30th Apr '16 5:38:29 AM MacronNotes
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* This is how the Ride/DisneyThemeParks ThreeDMovie ''Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'' is able to have the plot it does. The first half is a oner in which the camera doesn't move, and the scale of the performers and scenery is correctly scaled to appear as if they are actually people on a stage, as the setting is an awards ceremony. Close-ups of the performers and important action, the camerawork of a technician wearing a helmet-mounted camera, appear on a video monitor off to the side of the main screen. Once the audience is "shrunk", the film proceeds to another oner from a ''very'' different vantage point (and there is a sequence in which the camera moves -- because a toddler has just picked up the theater!).

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* This is how the Ride/DisneyThemeParks ThreeDMovie UsefulNotes/ThreeDMovie ''Honey, I Shrunk the Audience'' is able to have the plot it does. The first half is a oner in which the camera doesn't move, and the scale of the performers and scenery is correctly scaled to appear as if they are actually people on a stage, as the setting is an awards ceremony. Close-ups of the performers and important action, the camerawork of a technician wearing a helmet-mounted camera, appear on a video monitor off to the side of the main screen. Once the audience is "shrunk", the film proceeds to another oner from a ''very'' different vantage point (and there is a sequence in which the camera moves -- because a toddler has just picked up the theater!).
28th Apr '16 8:46:04 AM erforce
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* John Connor's helicopter crash in the opening sequence of ''{{Franchise/Terminator}} Salvation''.

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* John Connor's helicopter crash in the opening sequence of ''{{Franchise/Terminator}} Salvation''.''Film/TerminatorSalvation''.
27th Apr '16 5:58:20 PM petermarkbowers
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* British police series ''Series/TheBill'' used it a lot in the very early days of its existence, when the remit was to create a kind of documentary effect (example: one episode had a scene following one of the lead characters from behind as they walk off the street into a supermarket, down one of its aisles, and out into the alleyway at the back, with the entire scene done in one-take). But it doesn't really rely on it much anymore, very often using WhipPans and other camera tricks to break it up.

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* British police series ''Series/TheBill'' used it a lot in the very early days of its existence, when the remit was to create a kind of documentary effect (example: one effect. A good example is the 1995 episode had a scene following one of "Good Intentions" which has 4 takes over the lead 22 minute episode. The first lasts approximately 6 minutes and follows characters from behind as they walk off the street into a supermarket, outdoors and indoors and up and down one of its aisles, stairwells. The second and out into third last approximately 3 minutes each. The fourth, which includes several parts of the alleyway at police station set, lasts 12 minutes. Towards the back, with end of the entire scene done in one-take). But it doesn't really series the show tended to rely more on it much anymore, very often using WhipPans and other camera tricks to break it up.up scenes.
14th Apr '16 9:16:41 PM Camberf
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* The ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' episode "Charlie Work" features a seven minute-long sequence with the appearance of one shot following Charlie as he takes the health inspector around the bar and orchestrates the other characters to make the building seem up to code.
7th Apr '16 4:22:03 AM nighttrainfm
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* ''Film/{{Furious 7}}'' opens with a long take of Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) giving a monologue to his brother in a hospital, then casually walking out of said hospital, revealing that it had been almost completely destroyed in a firefight between him and a SWAT team.

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* ''Film/{{Furious 7}}'' ''[[Film/TheFastAndTheFurious Furious 7]]'' opens with a long take of Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) giving a monologue to his brother in a hospital, then casually walking out of said hospital, revealing that it had been almost completely destroyed in a firefight between him and a SWAT team.
6th Apr '16 1:47:00 PM DuPinz
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* PlayedWith Italian songwriter Franco Battiato's video for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Y44YzIODw0 No Time No Space]]. Most of it is a one-shot PerformanceVideo, but in two instances the camera is focused on a screen showing a clip of whirling dervishes with several cuts.
5th Apr '16 10:04:34 AM dmcreif
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* The ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' episode "[[Recap/BetterCallSaulS2E8Fifi Fifi]]" opens with a pretty impressive four minute long continuous shot, following Hector Salamanca's drug mule as his ice cream truck goes through a customs inspection at a United States border crossing.
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