The Best Single Take Action Scenes

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Stake Landdirector Jim Mickle decided to condense all of it into a single, frenetic shot. The decision not only saved time, it really captured the existential dread of living in a world overrun by vampires, where any fleeting moment of happiness can be interrupted by a horde of hungry bloodsuckers.

One of the main benefits of long take is the sense of intensity they bring to any sequence. Plop a character down in the middle of a hellacious battle, stay tracked on them while blood and bullets fly around them, and it really captures the chaos and arbitrary nature of war. That’s certainly what happens in 

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The longer the sequence goes without a visible cut, the more convincing the illusion that Cruise’s Ethan Hunt comes within a split second of splatting on a Parisian rooftop. 21 Stake Land (2010) You know what they say about necessity being the mother of invention. Health These Are the 5 Tell-Tale Symptoms of Omicron Get tested if you have any of these. With limited time to shoot an entire action sequence, S take Land director Jim Mickle decided to condense all of it into a single, frenetic shot. I mean, the whole idea behind the Baby-Sitters Club—five girls gathering around a landline phone for half an hour, once per week, to field neighborhood baby-sitting requests as a quasi-socialist collective—is just so deeply analog. The decision not only saved time, it really captured the existential dread of living in a world overrun by vampires, where any fleeting moment of happiness can be interrupted by a horde of hungry bloodsuckers. Relationships The Zodiac Sign Least Likely to Divorce Here's what astrologers say. 20 The Revenant (2015) One of the main benefits of long take is the sense of intensity they bring to any sequence. we watched a bunch of stuff on YouTube), ScreenCrush assembled a list of the 15 best examples of fake movie trailers from the world of film.

Plop a character down in the middle of a hellacious battle, stay tracked on them while blood and bullets fly around them, and it really captures the chaos and arbitrary nature of war. Adams is over it. As clever, tender, and earnest as you remember The Baby-Sitters Club books to have been whenever you first read them, Shukert’s vision more than rises to the challenge. That’s certainly what happens in  The Revenant  during the Arikara’s raid on a camp full of trappers. 19 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) Batman is supposed to be one of the world’s greatest hand-to-hand fighters. Fauci Issued a New Warning to All Americans This sobering update affects everyone, no matter their vaccination status. When you see someone playing Batman in a movie, you want to see that sort of skill up on the screen. Just as importantly, though, it implicitly understands the ways in which Kristy’s retro baby-sitting club business model is a perfect analog solution to a whole sea of problems caused by digital technology(/the gig economy)’s stranglehold over modern society. That has traditionally been difficult to pull off, though, because most movie Batmen are a) actors and not stuntmen and b) wearing big bulky costumes that severely limit their movement. January 7, 2022 Fauci Has a New Warning for Vaccinated People The Omicron variant is changing things, even for those who have gotten the COVID vaccine..

That’s why the “Knightmare” sequence from Zack Snyder’s  Batman v Superman is one of the film’s highlights. It actually shows Batman looking like the Batman you always imagined while reading comic books, as he fights off an entire army of Darkseid’s minions by himself. The two-part season finale, meanwhile, mirrors the super-sized Super Special books that functioned, in the original, as a series within a series, taking the girls away from their baby-sitting duties and letting them share the narrative focus equally. 18 Game of Thrones (2016) Television’s tight shooting schedules have typically kept small-screen series from creating really memorable single-take action scenes; they’re just too time-intensive for shows that churn out new content every week. That has changed a little in recent years with the rise of prestige shows on cable, that tend to shoot fewer episodes over longer stretches of time, affording them the ability to pull off more elaborate action scenes.  Game of Thrones had several such moments, but the most famous is probably Jon Snow fighting his way through the Season 6 episode “Battle of the Bastards.

” Surrounded by horses, swords, and arrows, Snow fights on, and survives through a combination of tenacity and dumb luck. The horses slamming into people and each other in this shot has a ferocity you don’t see in many other battle sequences, whether they’re shot with long takes or not. 17 Hanna (2011) Another benefit of long takes is the way they can transition slowly from an ordinary scene to an aggressive altercation, generating a huge amount of suspense along the way. The longer this shot from the Joe Wright spy thriller Hanna goes, the more you become convinced that something bad is about to happen. It helps that Wright, who also used long takes effectively in Atonement , knows the right way to use a moving camera.

Consider the moment early in the shot when the camera passes behind a pillar, revealing a man quietly waiting to follow Eric Bana’s character. The billboards advertising eyeglasses also enhance the feeling of paranoia in the sequence, which eventually builds to an all-out fight in an underground subway station. 16 (2014) Kingman ’s villain’s plan involves controlling people’s minds through their cellular phones. And how do you show to the audience just how effective this mind-control technology is? By having an entire church of parishioners suddenly turn into raging murderers, all trying to kill each other  and the film’s hero, secret agent Harry Hart (Colin Firth), simultaneously. The special effects work here is a bit too visible; it’s pretty obvious that what we’re watching is not happening in a single take.

Still, the choreography and camerawork are undeniably impressive, and the fact that Harry survived all that mayhem makes it even more shocking when he finally walks out of the church only to immediately get shot in the head by Samuel L. Jackson’s Richmond Valentine. 15 Kickboxer: Retaliation (2018) This relatively obscure DTV martial-arts film features several excellent long take sequences, including one set to the song “ Wipeout ” of all things. This prison-set fight featuring star Alain Moussi is particularly impressive, not just because of its length and the sheer number of fights it contains, but because the camera seems unmoored from gravity at several points. It follows Moussi up a staircase and down a long balcony, then begins to float off the building as he makes his way through an endless army of bad guys and down a nearby scaffolding.

In a movie about a guy stuck in a prison, the sense of freedom imparted by these camera movements is particularly appropriate. 14 Breaking News (2004) Johnnie To puts his camera right in the middle of a blistering shootout at the start of  Breaking , then watches the violence unfold for seven straight minutes.   Rather than tracking with a particular character through an elaborate series of movements, the camera largely plants itself in the middle of a street, then pans in a circle to methodically document the accumulating destruction. Then, in a bravura moment, the camera swoops into the sky to find a character leaping out of a window (with a machine gun, of course). All the while there are squibs going off, cars driving up, and incredibly complicated movements by the characters in and out of buildings.

 For an action movie, this is quite an opening salvo, so to speak. 13 Knowing (2009) There are lots of movie plane crashes but few capture the ground-level horror of experiencing such a catastrophe like Alex Proyas’  Knowing.  Nicolas Cage’s character watches as a plane plows into a field, and then stumbles into the subsequent wreckage, trying to help the survivors amidst more explosions and carnage. It’s a bleak sight, made all the more disturbing by the you-are-there immediacy of the long take. By the end of the shot, you’re so overwhelmed you understand why people in these sorts of situations go into shock.

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