Rick Smith Jr. is a pro card thrower and he does not mess around.
Syncing the frame-rate of a camera to things moving in rapid repetitive motion can produce some really cool (and really trippy) results — like with helicopter blades and car wheels. But we haven’t seen the effect with a living creature before, at least not with this cool a result:
Four-year-old Waverly Gwin cannot spell, but don’t tell her that.
We’ve obtained actual footage of the inside of a vending machine.
So are these peppers used in anything serious other than bragging rights?
This felt very forced for some, and here’s why:
Just when you thought watching a video of kids competing with each other on tiny little bikes couldn’t get any cuter, the frontrunner of the race — a boy in a green helmet — decides as he’s approaching the finishing line that he’d rather stay on the tracks than finish the race and makes a […]
Perhaps we’re out of the loop, but we had no idea the shipping giant had this seemingly strange policy.
This much effort all for some Jäger Bombs? These thirsty patrons better leave a nice tip.
And it also makes us miss Carrie Fisher so much that it hurts. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” will be in theaters on December 15.