Blade vs The Dark Knight

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(Youtube Direktblade, via /Film)

Batman vs Blade in einem ziemlich gut gemachten Movie-Mashup. Der Joker ist zwar ein besserer Gegenspieler als Blade, aber egal, trotzdem sehr gut gemacht.

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  1. Kalle

    wirkt sehr stimmig…ich könnte mir Blade als Gegenspieler aber sehr gut vorstellen :)

  2. CheeseSteakJim

    Jep, wirklich sehr gut geschnitten, muss man sagen.

  3. Kiran

    Ob es irgendwann mal ne Software gibt welche zwei Filme perfekt zusammen schneidet!? Das heisst Dialoge, Licht und Musik!? Das wäre doch mal was :D

  4. GunGrave

    … sehr gut gemacht – hat mir gefallen, stimmig – die Cuts… fine fine fine!
    Aber ich denke mal Blade müsste nen GuerillaKrieg führen gegen Batman… Baty ist ja mal vollgestopft mit Ausrüstung vom Feinsten… da kann Wesker nicht mithalten. (You´ll be dead by dawn!)

  5. zeitzeuge

    @3.

    Adobe Premiere Pro
    Oder Final Cut
    Oder benutz Google ^^

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