5 March 2013 7:43 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

You.re damn straight any video daring to call itself .The Art of Steadicam. should open with Martin Scorsese.s oft-copied, two-minute Goodfellas shot that weaves through the guts of the Copacabana Nightclub as it follows lead gangster Ray Liotta as he tries to impress the beautiful Lorraine Bracco. All the rest is mere icing on the cake. This clip, shared by FilmSchoolRejects, uses scenes from David Fincher.s Fight Club, Quentin Tarantino.s Kill Bill and Joe Wright.s Atonement to show how the smooth glide of a Steadicam makes scenes look .infinitely cooler.. Hard to argue. See for yourself: Larry Wright and Refocused Media produced this clip, which skillfully demonstrates that the floating rig of the Steadicam shouldn.t just be limited to film production. These scenes from the hit television show E.R. were signature shots of the medical drama, having the camera gracefully spin around a »

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