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Canon C300 Demo: XXIT (2011)

Canon USA, Inc. launches their C300 with this futuristic demo.




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Credited cast:
Nikki Williams
Steve Pate ...
Jerry Vaughn ...
Tim Gilbert ...
Male Agent
Sushi Chef
Joanna Riley ...
Female Agent
Dean Riskas ...
Trolley Grip Man
Brendan Kelly ...
Street Lord
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Canon USA, Inc. launches their C300 with this futuristic demo.

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3 November 2011 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)| (RCA Sound System)


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16:9 HD
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Blade Runner Rip Off
4 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

This ladies and gentlemen is what happens when a production company with a lot of money, Canon Camera, hires an award winning Visual Effects Supervisor to direct a film of his own creation. In this case, the creation was created 30 years before by Ridley Scott! It stars Nicollette Sheriden, looking old and withered, going through all the motions of a "skin job" trying to not get caught. Oh there are other "twists and turns" ripped off from other films, but mostly it's just dreadful and pointless.

Maybe it was supposed to be an homage to Daryl Hannah's character from Blade Runner, but I doubt it, because it just comes off as a blatant rip off, which of course it is.

But regardless, it was showing off Canon's brand new camera, which did a remarkable job by the way. If only Canon had thought about actually hiring an inspired writer director to film something original, we'd have something that not only looks pretty (and this does look very pretty with a lot of amazing effects) but also included embarrassing rip offs, and unbelievably horrible acting, making the audience members who weren't paid to be there, leave in droves! Is Hollywood really that delusional and unimaginative? YES!

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