Posted: Fri, 26th Sep 2003, 9:36am
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|Detective Soloman Knight is set up by the city's kingpin and must do all it takes to survive. Dealing with the betrayal of his partner, he realizes there are few good men left uncorrupted by the kingpin's bribes, but temptation is closer to his heart than ever before, for Sol is the main playing piece in a simple battle of Good against Evil. Evil around Sol grows stronger and Good slowly loses its grasp, but Sol must prove to himself, and to others, that the Truth can be won.|
This is the first production by EXP Entertainment. Completed in early May, this film was shot as a short test of our potential. Enjoy!
Posted: Sat, 27th Sep 2003, 12:06am
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An excellent achievement, 5 stars.
Posted: Sat, 27th Sep 2003, 1:36am
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Wow! that was great
The fx, acting, camera work, and stunts were most impressive. Looked like a real movie to me.
Posted: Sat, 27th Sep 2003, 9:30am
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THAT DESERVES A 10
YOU GUYS ARE GOOD!!!
the editing style was unique and interesting.
the cinematography was nothing short of professional
audio could have been better, but still the best movie i've seen on this site
Posted: Sat, 27th Sep 2003, 2:07pm
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Nice edits, nice muzzle flashes, and really nice stunt work. Some of the dialog was difficult to hear at times. I look forward to more of your work. It must be nice to have access to a large crew like that. Tell us a little about yourself. Have you been doing this a awhile? What sort of equipment did you use, cameras, audio? What are you next plans?
Posted: Sat, 27th Sep 2003, 8:14pm
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Thank you guys for the nice words said. We enjoyed filming (for the most part) and had tons of support from the members of AlamDV. The forums and chat rooms were greatly helpful.
We started planning this movie in early 2003 and wanted to make an action film that would utilize Alam's potential and be chocked full of special effects. This was our first film, for we took many weeks to screw up and learn from our mistakes. SoL was set to be in our high school's film festival, and when we realized time was quickly shortening, scenes were rushed and often times left out. We filmed with a Canon GL-2 and sometimes rigged up a cheap microphone. Action scenes were a lot of fun, and the stunts most often times painful. We were just lucky to have such a devoted group of interested people to help us out along the way. We now are all attending different universities but still have plans to continue filmmaking.
A long rest was needed after the stressful hours of "shotgunning" the Alaminated scenes in the editing room, but I feel we are rested up enough to begin a new project here soon.
Posted: Sat, 27th Sep 2003, 8:58pm
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We appreciate all of the nice comments that everyone has made about our movie SoL. First movies, are always a learning process, but at the end of the day, it turned out great. Yes, I agree that we all needed a long rest after filming that movie. We worked under the most unexpected conditions. Whether it was heavy rain, fatigue, or just alot of stuff to carry. We do have plans for a project in the future, but dates are to determined at this point. Stay posted in the future. Once again, thank you for the comments. We hope you enjoyed our first movie.
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 2:10am
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Hey guys its woody from over at Rush Multimedia, I just wanna say i'm glad your film is doing so well as I realize all the little problems you guys ran into a long the way, but I guess its all part of the learning experience. Your hard work definately showed off all the people at Rush Multimedia and I would like to congradulate you on the success of your film. We are glad to have good film buddies. Keep up the great works guys! 5 for this film!!!! Go all the way
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 2:41am
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Great Piece of Work!
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 5:26am
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Actors were good.
Sound was bad.
Color correction was nice.
A little too dark in areas.
Filters were cool...
But only for the first 30 seonds.
Some muzzle flashes were good...
Lighting looked great when you used it.
Hand-to-hand fights were boring.
Editing was tight.
Story was hard to follow.
Nice variety of locations and people.
A little too much tough-guy posturing.
Music was good.
Overall: Your movie was good, but your second and third tries will definitely be great.
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 7:01am
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Hey, is there anyway you could post it in a quicktime format like mpeg or mov or mp4? cuz i cant see it and i really want too.
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 7:56am
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Edit: I'll leave this for debate, and personal amusement. Don't let things get out of hand, or I'll have to start deleting. Remember: this is your thread, don't blow it. -Flip
This film is clearly better than anything you've ever put together,
but you judge it like you're a professional.
You gave this a 4 but gave your metal gear redux a 5.
I notice your harsh judgement on most new movies.
I guess your suffering from paranoid dillusions, but soon you'll have to
face the music: some filmmakers are
better than you.
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 4:41pm
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What CX3 said - we're rockin the iMacs - Windows media player is a peice of crappola on them. Any way you can throw it on Q-time or Mpeg? Thanks a lot. Looking forward to seeing it.
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 6:48pm
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Actually ilykdp, I happen to agree with a lot of what Sidewinder said.
I agree because I noticed the same flaws in an otherwise great little film.
The text effects at the beginning titles seemed overdone. There were some that I couldn't read without stopping and trying to focus on them. Less pizazz would help...
But there were some great titles, like the main SOL title. Very nice.
The sound was the first thing that phased me. It seemed like there wasn't much care taken here and it really shows when characters start to speak.
Post sound effects were naturally good. Actually, there were some very well chosen sounds! Pretty realistic and I wouldn't mind getting a hold of those! Hint hint!
I found that there were too many dark moments littered through scenes, e.g. the part when he breaks into the building. Some moments were far too dark. And also when he was walking through the halls, along with the troops.
There were some nice moments as well. Especially outdoor scenes, e.g. woods.
Some muzzle flashes were bad. I also felt that lighting would've helped get the effect across better. Flashes of light would be my advice.
That fight between the detective and the other guy in the forrest seemed slow and clumsy. Maybe that's why I found it the annoying point of the film.
Some elements of the story were confusing like Sidewinder said. The dude dressed in black and the guy in white seemed strangely implemented. Almost like an after-thought. Something to provoke a reaction from your viewer. More development on that would allow it to become solid. You mentioned that this was for your school's film festival. Is that why it was inserted?
I also had a problem with some of the music. It's all well and fine to use segments of music when you can't get your own. But it's another thing to actually make it fit. That said, there were only 2 scenes where I found the music either didn't fit or seemed out of place. JMO.
The text and some of the lighting confused me, because looking elsewhere in the film, showed much improved imagery. So, it was strange to see those parts that didn't have the same 'care' applied in all areas.
With all that said (!), it was a great film that I'll pass onto friends!
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 6:52pm
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This is King. I just wanted to say this movie was sooo much harder than it looked. Anyways, I am glad it is finnally done, and btw Ian, you shot on a Gl1, not a Gl2. VOTE NOW!
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 9:15pm
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Hey King nice of you to stop by. You are right, the film was annoyingly and unexpectedly hard to create, and noone would ever even guess the snags and situations we ran across. I guess you had to be there.
I agree with everything stated by Sidewinder and Adam. The lighting, or the lack of, is something we tried really hard to do well. It is hard, however, to shoot in a pitch black environment with no electricity. That makes it extremely hard to put scenes together. See, the place where we filmed was a very risky place to be in, much less film in, so certain precautions had to be taken to ensure safety and to ensure that everyone left unnocticed. I am disappointed with the audio myself, but after the 3rd time we had to gather for a reshoot (like we did for most scenes) we became weary and less concerned with overall quality and more concerned with completion. That was the problem right there. Note: There were several factors out of our control that led to reshoots.
This was our first time using Alam, and this was no small feat. I was not prepared to spend days at a time keyframing and doing all this editing frame by frame. And it all had to be done in 5 days!! Now we had more than five hours of footage and about 80% of it did not make the final cut due to the lack of time. Editing was rushed, and audio was last step. The story, which I am confused over, was originally very well written. But after things kept happening and problem started evolving is when we had to do mid-shoot rewrites. This is no fun. Although the film is far from perfect, I feel it was a perfect attempt. The next one should fix the errors that were overlooked and ignored in this one. Thanks for the good comments and feedback.
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 9:52pm
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See? That's my point...You guys know what you're doing, but you had to rush production, and in turn, put out a product with many errors. Your next tries will likely be much better. Also, I didn't see anything that was very new, other than the fact that you guys used nearly every feature that your editing app provides. so...4 stars.
ilykdp: Whatever you say, man. You obviously liked this film enough to attack anyone who says differently. And I voted on MGR a year-and-a-half ago. It's kind of irrelevant now...
Flip: Thanks for not deleting that.
Posted: Sun, 28th Sep 2003, 9:55pm
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hey sorry but i want to watch your movie but i cant everytime i download it and play it, it jsut has sound no movie just BLACK SCREEN, so can u make a quicktime movie version please it looks so cool.
and if u have any suggestions to fix my windows meia player tell me.
Posted: Mon, 29th Sep 2003, 1:20am
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I am trying to make this movie compatible to Mac but i'm sorry, I am new to this whole hosting and uploading thing. Bear with me here as I try and make it to where you guys can see it.
By the way, Ilykdp, I am glad you enjoyed the movie. Thank you for your nice comments. It is uplifting and rewarding to hear that someone enjoys what we do. However, criticism makes you try and work harder to correct mistakes. It creates (for me) an inspiration to outperform your last attempt and to gain insight on other's thoughts and opinions. Although, there are some who really enjoy their own criticism who tend to take it up a step higher than the rest. This is fine, but you cannot compare an amateur film with the latest Academy Award winner.
Sidewinder I agree to most of what you have said. Most.
Just curious, but has anyone seen what's after the end credits?
Posted: Mon, 29th Sep 2003, 2:16am
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Awesome. I didn't see that.
I'm not sure why people are having problem with my critique...
Posted: Mon, 29th Sep 2003, 2:41am
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I think nothing wrong of your critique. I would like to view your opinions less as a critique and more as advice. And I thank you for the the advice.
Posted: Mon, 29th Sep 2003, 3:25am
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Ah. You're welcome then.
Posted: Mon, 29th Sep 2003, 4:05am
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I guess i did come off with a little bit of hostility, but for the most part i dont see someone listing the good and the bad things about a movie as giving useful advice.
The production team clearly knew the things that were not perfect, so good advice would have been suggestions on what to do better.
Thats just my opinion.
Sidewinder, I enjoy your movies, and what i posted was harsh, so I apologize.
Posted: Mon, 29th Sep 2003, 6:38am
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Awsome intro and begin but the rest of the movie is getting a bit bored after a while.
Nice camera movements
Nice effects editing
Nice music and sound
Good storry & a bit to much action
Posted: Mon, 29th Sep 2003, 1:45pm
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I am disappointed with the audio myself, but after the 3rd time we had to gather for a reshoot (like we did for most scenes) we became weary and less concerned with overall quality and more concerned with completion.
That's a shame to hear. It gives you a bad feeling, huh?
Anyway, on the subject of audio - why didn't you do ADR? Just re-record voices while the actors watch a screen of the action. Just curious.
Posted: Mon, 29th Sep 2003, 2:18pm
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The effort that went into this was noticable throughout watching it. I enjoyed the beginning the most, you really caught a good sense of atmosphere but sadly I found myself checking the remaining time of the film a few minutes in, which is never a good sign. I enjoyed the editing throughout, that really kept me watching, I thought you maybe could have got a couple of older actors, but that is a small niggle in a very impressive production.
Very very good, but my mind wasn't blown away after that impressive beginning, it could have been though
Maybe next time.
Posted: Mon, 29th Sep 2003, 9:48pm
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This movie is probably one of the best I've seen. Excellent job! I'd give it 5 stars!!
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 12:41am
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Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 5:47am
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I am taking everyone's comments into consideration for future projects. I agree that there were alot of errors with the movie that I wished we could've changed, but given the time we had, it was the best we could've done. It is truly noble for a person to admit when they have made a mistake. We all have a hard time doing that. So in future productions, I will personally make sure that expentertainment will be on top of everything we do. I am trying to get ideas from others films I have seen and trying to come up with an original idea, but as you all know, that is not easy to do. I am currently trying to come up with a fresh, original fight scene with alot of moves that haven't been seen before. So far, its coming along great, but I am always open for neew ideas. If anyone has any suggestions, spend me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again for the comments
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 12:52pm
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Decided to watch this many times before voting. Just to make sure I knew it as well as I could. Well a fair few tiny little faults that no one cares about and you already know of.
My main problem was with the lighting, or lack of. Now obviously it was a conscious decision to have the action set in such a dark place but to me that breaks the first rule of action sequences. (I film by my own little set of rules, that took years to put together
.) There was whole stunts in there that I missed the first time round 'cos it was too dark and too hard to follow. The action you've shot was great but it'd be so much better if it was perfectly clear throughout and flowed. (Most big budget action blockbusters have action that doesn't flow, so I wouldn't worry about it.)
Great stuff throughout, maybe a little too flashy, but that's just my taste and if you've got all these neat little tricks on your editing suite then you've gotta try 'em out.
An exceptional piece of work. 5 stars.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 1:07pm
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Just look at it this way - We're better than a test audience cause not only does everyone tell you what we didn't like, but there are many peeps on here that can give technical advice etc. You just wouldn't take that from a member of a test audience.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 3:22pm
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Ok just watched production. I must admit was a very techincal production, which i enjoyed. im sure you have been inlightend on many problems you had, with it. Like the hand to hand combat part which anoyyed me a bit, where the guy is walking up to the tree and still fires and misses, even though hes not that far... But im sure thats already been explained.
This i think was technically well done, of course not the most original ideas, with the whole chess thing, and the way you used his conense. But then again i havent seen anything like this in an amature movie, so it was nice to see on that level.
I know alot of people here have a problem with the lighting, or as they say the lack of. To tell the truth i dont think its as big a problem as it is made out to be. I mean of course making it brighter would have been good. But i thought the dark areas gave it very much a confused and dazed feel, like combat actually is! I mean the whole parody bit that you done with Equilbirum of the guy bursting into the dark room and u just see the muzzel flashes. I thought works in equilbrim and works pretty well here. So if anything i dont think it was that a big a problem, depending on what type of effect u were looking for.
One thing i must admit though, it felt like a really really really long trailer. To me it wasnt like a short moive, it felt like you were basically skimming through the story, basically making it a trailer showing the best bits of combat. And for 18:02 seconds thats pretty long. So maybe you might want to work on that technique a bit. Add some more essence into the film, more of a storyline then just explosions and shots of someone trying to play chess, its not really much of a movie to go on if you know what i mean.
Other then that really well done, i did like this piece very much be very happy with ur selfs and good luck in the future.
P.S. i hated you at the start for using one of my fav songs from jimmi hendrix "castles made of sand" and calling it experience productions lol,
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 3:38pm
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But i thought the dark areas gave it very much a confused and dazed feel, like combat actually is!
Huh? You mean, if you're the one getting beat-up!?
I mean the whole parody bit that you done with Equilbirum of the guy bursting into the dark room and u just see the muzzel flashes. I thought works in equilbrim and works pretty well here. So if anything i dont think it was that a big a problem, depending on what type of effect u were looking for.
That was one of those moments that I picked up on. I've never seen Equilibrium. What I didn't like, was that the room didn't light up from the muzzle flashes. I found that strange. It's so easy to do if you apply some thought to it. IMO, it's a flaw.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 3:45pm
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Well its now exactly a flaw, if you inted to do it.
also if anyone has dare devil, you will understand the way they tried to make the fight scenes confusing and dazed. Like a fight is, you dont really know whats happening. thats the way it is.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 3:57pm
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I have to completely disagree on DareDevil. I could see everything. It was all layed out very nicely.
I called the muzzle flash in a dark room a flaw, because it has no base in reality.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 4:50pm
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If it's intended, it's still a flaw. They released the movie with bad audio on purpose. That doesn't make the bad audio into good audio.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 5:37pm
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"P.S. i hated you at the start for using one of my fav songs from jimmi hendrix "castles made of sand" and calling it experience productions lol"
Isn't it a great song? Jimi wouldn't mind.
Thanks for the commentary. Yes, the lighting could use a little work. It's a problem now, but it was a bigger problem during the shoot. We filmed in an abandoned hospital with no power, so either we filmed near a window or we carried a car battery rigged to some can lights. <---NO EASY FEAT.
We had to deal with it then, so I guess I can deal with it now. Yea, muzzle flashes could use some work in certain areas, I agree. But I feel that the explosions were pretty nice.
Many people have commented that the middle fight was slow, or it didn't fit. Well, with the original script it did. But I enjoyed the fight. Maybe we just need to take it up a notch with the hand to hand, cause it is fun to film. Jeez, Michael, the main character, got decked in the face for real a few times during this scene. Most of the scars and marks on his face are real.
What are some suggestions or hints that could have helped out some of the major flaws, such as the muzzle flashes or the hand-to-hand fighting??
Overall I am pleased with the outcome of this film. We experienced many trials and tribulations to get it done, and for a first film, i'm impressed. Audio could use some work. Any suggestions for capturing better audio with a canon gl-1? Lighting needed work. I know, don't give any suggestions here. And story had to be rewritten many times, either on set or in the editing room. So, now we know what to improve. Despite this film's errors, i'd say that this version everyone is seeing is a miraclulous revival of a dead project. Yes, it almost died several times. Flawed it may be, but it was a great experience and a whole lot of fun.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 5:56pm
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adamlightandmagic wrote:I have to completely disagree on DareDevil. I could see everything. It was all layed out very nicely.
I called the muzzle flash in a dark room a flaw, because it has no base in reality.
U have to completely dissagree huh? the first bar fight you telling me that it wasnt hard to not see what was going on. And take a look at the documentry, they will explain in there
sidewinder wrote:If it's intended, it's still a flaw. They released the movie with bad audio on purpose. That doesn't make the bad audio into good audio.
what are you talking about? i mean if its intended then its meant to mean something. Something non Linear. im still confused on how it can still be a flaw even if its intended. maybe you can work that one out for me.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 6:04pm
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Never mind our commentary! You've given us loads of juicy "behind the scenes" stuff to look over. Thanks for that.
Now, I'm a little scared about my project because I was going to use car batteries with some low-level lights. The other huge portion for power in outdoor areas is to hire a generator. It's incredibly light-weight and provides 2k of power. It's about £30 for a weekend hire. Just thought that might be helpful... from HSS
The audio is something that is HUGE in any film. You need a dedicated unit to deal with it. 2-3 people should suffice. For the kind of stuff you were doing with this film, it's essential.
The cheapest route is tape or minidisc recording with an external mic that hangs on a basic boom. Dead cheap and very easy to use. The only drawback is that you have to mark your audio with the picture to make sure things will match up. But in editing, it's actually very simple to keep in sync!
I'm lucky enough to be a musician and have a very expensive multitrack machine that will record at high rates (24-bit 96k). A decent mic from the studio helps too.
I think that your audio needs the minidisc and £30-40 mic to make a big difference. Crappy (on-board camera mic) recorded audio can NOT be fixed with studio editing. Trust me. It has its place in the mix, but it will need extra work, e.g. overdubs and post effects etc. Add the price of a decent quality minidisc (£50-60?) and you've got something that will round itself off under £100.
If there's one thing I know a lot about, it's audio.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 6:07pm
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U have to completely dissagree huh? the first bar fight you telling me that it wasnt hard to not see what was going on. And take a look at the documentry, they will explain in there
Coldfuse, I could see
everything. Why do you think I didn't? I don't need some docu. to tell me what I
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 6:08pm
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hmmm i think u need a documentry to say what effect they were going for, which i could see. I watch alot of films and you could deffently see a technique they were using.
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 6:12pm
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What are you on about - technique?
What is your point??
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 7:31pm
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Well I am glad at our movie has gotten more attention in more ways than one. I am also familiar with Daredevil and the fight scene in the bar was very dark, and yes, it was hard to follow for certain people, but I could follow it perfectly. I figured because Daredevil was blind, I think they wanted to make the audience have a feeling of how Daredevil was trying to fight. He was using his other senses and instinct. Now, thats all fine and dandy, but honestly we didn't even think about Daredevil when we were making this movie. Neither were we thinking about Equilibrium(which is a very good movie). But all of your comments make sense and I think that there needs to be some sort of middle ground that needs to be established. Yes, you could compare this movie to alot of big Hollywood productions, but at the end of the day, you gotta realize.....we ain't Hollywood.
Thanks again for the comments
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 9:08pm
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great! not much to say couse everyone already said everything, just great!
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 11:08pm
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EVERYONE WATCH THE MOVIE ALL THE WAY TO THE END PAST THE CREDITS.....
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 11:12pm
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Yah. It's Mr. Drumhead.
Coldfuse: It doesn't matter what the director intends to do. If the audience thinks it's a flaw, then it is a flaw.
If they had the audio low beacuse they wanted to "represent the little voice inside all of us that we must strain to hear", I would say "Bullcrap! Turn up the audio!".
Posted: Tue, 30th Sep 2003, 11:24pm
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I already knew about the VERY last thing on it. Green scr... bruised...
Posted: Wed, 1st Oct 2003, 10:35pm
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PLEASE MAKE A QUICKTIME VERSION SO I CAN WATCH IT ON MY MAC!!!!!!!
Posted: Wed, 1st Oct 2003, 10:49pm
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Very nice film with excellent editing in places. What I liked most about it, was that it felt you really thought about what you wanted to do, wich is great. And I liked the acting of the guy in the end bit, that was very cool.
Never the less I couldn't follow the plot one bit.
When the film was over it felt like it is some very nice and complex story, but I just didn't get it. The fighting scenes felt very random to me, wich is probably my fault, but still.
Other than that, I found you did an extraordinary job. Especially if this actually is your first film, then I can't wait to see what you come up with next.
Posted: Fri, 3rd Oct 2003, 12:17pm
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Lets be real and admit that most of the films on this site really suck.
There are some good ones. I mean good at a level they should be with what the induviduals had to work with. You can't argure good basic film techniques, but once you get past the technical what are you left with?
A good compelling story that entertains.
This is a good film.
Yes, it needs work but you had fun and should continue to have a good time making what you like. Do that and the rest will follow.
See, it's obvious that for some, the barrier lies in the lack of opportunity (technology). For others have the resources and lack the knowlege to use it correctly.
Most films on this site fall into the ladder category.
Everyone should look at this film as the bare minimum in film quality and take it from there. It has the basics and remember, you must crawl before you can walk.
C'mon people we have enough light sabers.
Posted: Fri, 3rd Oct 2003, 12:43pm
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We finally have a Quicktime version for all you Mac folk. Sorry, but the quality is much lower. For some reason it is also MUCH DARKER. Keep this in mind while viewing.
Thanks guys. Yes, we all have our flaws, and there's no better way of perfecting them if we don't try. This obviously is a first attempt, and we have nowhere to go but up. Gracias.
Posted: Sun, 5th Oct 2003, 6:20pm
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havent been able to d/l this for a cou days now... bandwidth exceeded.
Posted: Sun, 5th Oct 2003, 11:45pm
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Well it is, isn't it? Sorry bout that. I'll see what I can do about it.
By the way, thanks for all the zero ratings.
Posted: Thu, 9th Oct 2003, 9:37pm
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umm.. i wanna see this movie!! haha fix it fix it
Posted: Fri, 10th Oct 2003, 11:44pm
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Has anyone been able to download this? It's not up now...so how is it getting new votes?...
Posted: Sun, 12th Oct 2003, 7:48pm
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I CANT WATCH IT YET EITHER AND I CHECK IF IT IS WORKING EVERY DAY
MAN THIS IS GAY
Posted: Sun, 26th Oct 2003, 2:26am
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Hey this Sol, yeah the same guy from the movie. We appreciate all of your comments and the attention that our movie has gotten. What I don't like is the negativity that some of the viewers are giving it. Ignoring the fact that I was in the movie, I gotta say that EXP Entertainment (we) did a great job, especially considering the conditions and the lack of experience that we had. I wouldn't give it a perfect score, but it deserves way more than a zero rating. Anyway thanks for your attention and hopefully there will be more to come.
Posted: Sun, 26th Oct 2003, 3:33pm
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sol i think if i could watch your movie with sound I WOULD LOVE IT
I will give this one a 5 stars. because even though i am younger it seems me and my friends do that kinda stuff like back flips off walls and good fight scenes.( well sometimes)
becuase personally i think alot of people fight scenes are not that great but yours a KICKS BUTT.
THIS MOVIE IS A 5 star
Posted: Sun, 26th Oct 2003, 9:47pm
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Hey gang, this is the black dude in SoL
I'm glad that SoL (mike) left a post on our movie because I have to agree with him. I wouldn't give us a five but a zero is not a good rating for this movie. I like alot of flips and stunts myself, and hopefully other people can appreciate it, as well. This was our first movie people, and I think we did a good job. Hopefully in the future we can do better. Thats all for now. Once again, we appreciate all of the comments on our movie. Until next time.....
Posted: Fri, 14th Nov 2003, 6:12pm
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pretty well done but the story was...uhhh...not sure what it was
Posted: Fri, 2nd Sep 2005, 2:32am
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what made this movie so great? I wanna see!!
Posted: Fri, 2nd Sep 2005, 3:19am
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Hmm I never even heard about or have seen this thread before. And I thought I went through the whole cinema