10 music video to the largest budget in the World
Posted on April 30, 2010 | Music info
1. “SCREAM” (1995), Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson
Director : Mark Romanek; $7,000,000
Apparently, the King of Pop also must get the nickname King of Video. All costs of issuance super, comparable to the quality of the final result and the immortality of his work. To “Thriller”: $ 1.4 million. “Black or White” and “Remember the Time” more than $ 3 million. And for a duet with her sister, she was willing to waste the cost of super.
2. “VICTORY” (1998), Puff Daddy (feat Notorious B.I.G & Busta Rhymes)
Director :Marcus Nispel; $2,700,000
The video was even shorter, but is serving spectacular action films like Jerry Bruckheimer. Starting from yagn plane exploded, going from the peak of leap tall buildings, helicopter, car chase, until shooting fun, all available here. This video is the core story of the millions of existing action film, and looks very cool.
3. “HEARTBREAKER” (1999), Mariah Carey (feat. Jay-Z)
Director : Brett Ratner; $2,500,000
The first why this video is highly budget, the first video was very bad and they retake until the required shooting overall. But still, video animation combined with the stars Mariah Carey and O’Connell Jarry was bad. The second is : The cost of make-up Mariah also included in the budget.
4. “WHAT’S IT GONNA BE?!” (1999), Busta Rhymes (feat. Janet Jackson)
Director : Hype Williams & Busta Rhymes; $2,400,000
Taking inspiration from the techniques of digital water element, as seen in the film The Abyss and Terminator 2, this video looks very impressive. Busta and Janet described as a human figure who can transform into a variety of water-glass body shape, while continuing to sing a duet, until finally shattered.
5. “LARGER THAN LIFE” (1999), Backstreet Boys
Director : Joseph Kahn; $2,100,000
With revenues of about $ 66 million a year, set aside $ 2 million to the cost of video production course easy affair. “BS-Boys” is displayed as a robot space fighter in the world like Star Wars. Although no relation whatsoever to the song that was brought, animated special effects used to make pretty cool.
6. “MIAMI” (1998), Will Smith
Director : Wayne Isham; $2,000,000
Smith was always a maximum of about video production, which is usually done with a dual purpose to promote the movie. For “Miami”, he uses the middle of the morphing technique trend of the times. 40 simultaneously changing background, background made him in action. Sadly, the song itself is less pleasant to hear.
7. “SHE’S A BITCH” (1999), Missy Elliot
Director : Hype Williams; $2,000,000
Missy Elliot was seen singing in the background glare lighted lines. Tight clothing worn by him, also in tune with the floor and the overall background. Nobody knows why the cost of video production is so great, because there’s nothing really special in the video.
8. “UNPRETTY” (1999), TLC
Director : Paul Hunter; $1,600,000
After the video “Waterfalls” with stunning video unorganized ass want to look cool. Aid of computer animation that could make them be the talk, now even disrupt the actual song is very sweet. Big budget released, allegedly caused by shooting hundreds of times.
9. “NOVEMBER RAIN” (1992), Gun N’ Roses
Director : Andy Morahan; $1,500,000
Within 11 minutes, you will certainly direct anyone could not forget this awesome video. Axi Roses revolves around vocalist who married model Stephanie Seymour, the party apart because of the rain, death and Slash playing his Gibson in the desert with the cool style that can not be duplicated today. Trully Classic!
10. “GIRLFRIEND/BOYFRIEND” (1999), Blackstreet & Janet Jackson
Director : Joseph Kahn; $1,500,000
Packaged as a whole in the form of computer animation, this video shows Blackstreet and Janet Jackson in a pinball game machine. No need to review more about what makes it expensive, this video is clearly a sophisticated, complex and requires high cost.
April 30, 2010 |
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