Fun to watch, but marred by some technical errors which I'll go into below. There were lots of ideas in this, and with some improvements to the film technique it could be made into and excellent little action sequence.
The main problem was the editing, which led to a bit of confusion, mainly in the first half. Lots of characters appear without introduction, and it is a little unclear as to who is on which side. Reading up on continuity editing, the 180 degree rule etc would immediately improve your work. The timing of the editing to the music was fine, but the choice of consecutive shots could have been planned better.
The sound is also difficult at times, with the dialogue becoming almost entirely obscured by the music (which also added to the confusion at the start).
Some of the nicer effects ideas, such as the football and the roof-hopping, were spoilt a little by dubious animation. Taking the football as an example, if you examine the path it takes from the foot to the roof, it seems to change direction in a rather unnatural manner. Otherwise it would have been a really neat idea.
The real stuff on the rooftop was great - and also looked pretty dangerous! Going to locations like that always enhance a movie: shows effort was put in, rather than just filming it all in your bedroom or some such.
Anyway, if you sort out the film form issues your next piece will be something to look forward to!
• Nice action ideas.
• Some good effects ideas (football knocking someone off the roof, the guy having trouble taking off).
• Some good shots (although often spoilt by dubious effects use).
• Effects animation.
• Sound clarity.
• Continuity via shot choice and editing.