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One Hour Photo 28 Feb 2003 11:03 #20050

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Robin Williams never has disapointed me. In ONE HOUR PHOTO he comes through again. Its hard to believe that this is the same performer who gave us such light hearted characters as JACK and PETER PAN.

As a photo developer who has many psychological issues. He attaches himself to family he developes film for. The result of this attachment made me feel both anxiety and remose for the character.

I would urge anyone who wants to see a side of Mr. Williams that is seldom seen to view this film.
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Re: One Hour Photo 12 Mar 2003 15:10 #20051

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Being in the photofinishing field, I would like to say that there are many technical flaws in this film. I have the Agfa equipment featured in this film, and it doesn't do what they show it doing. once again, Hollywood has candy coated it to make it seem cooler than it really is. Lots of mistakes in the film too. Just my 2 cents!
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Re: One Hour Photo 17 Mar 2003 14:31 #20052

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Hopefully you use Kodak chemistry and paper in that Agfa equipment. ;-)

I've used the new Kodak "Perfect Touch" system that digitizes the images for correction, and have been very pleased:
http://www.kodak.com/US/en/consumer/kodakPerfectTouch/main.jhtml

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Re: One Hour Photo 03 Apr 2003 11:24 #20053

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But jeez MovieGuy, this is a movie exhibitors site, not a photofinishing site. I was more interested in the content of the movie. How many people do think were really interested in how the film was developed?
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Re: One Hour Photo 04 Apr 2003 16:23 #20054

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Hey Movieguy!

There are a lot of technical mistakes in almost every Hollywood movie. So what else is new? I doubt that those you mention had any effect on the story line. I remember an Olsen and Johnson movie from years ago where they had one of them panning a shot by using the elevation wheel on the projector base. One of the biggest mistakes Hollywood makes today is portraying almost everyone, including well educated professionals, as foulmouthed individuals who don't know how to carry on a conversation without resorting to using the "f" or "s" words.

Bob Allen
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