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The SEB/.Sisters - DVD Trailer

Posted: Tue, 20th Apr 2004, 9:41am

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The DVD-Trailer of my first project "The SEB/.Sisters - The Movie". As you will see, i just used the basic effects in alamdv. For further information about this movie and my new projects visit http://seb.2xs.net. the video quality isn't that nice but it will do it's job =) and just to make sure you don't ask: yes, i it is the bean-soundtrack =)

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Posted: Tue, 20th Apr 2004, 9:44am

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If it weren't for the music which irritatingly stopped and started at the beginning each time, rather than fading to almost nothing and continueing, that brief trailer would be hilarious!
Posted: Tue, 20th Apr 2004, 12:22pm

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music worked perfectly.... dont change a thing.... well done...

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Posted: Tue, 20th Apr 2004, 12:47pm

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yeah, I agree that the movie was one of the best parts of this. The effects looked good (especailly the mini gun on the tuk tuk thing) and matched with the movie, this trailer was hilarious (especailly the mini gun on the tuk tuk thing).


if the real movie contains the same humor as this trailer, I would love to see it
Posted: Tue, 20th Apr 2004, 1:20pm

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masterSEB

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=) i'm happy that you like it! you can watch the other trailers at http://www.angelfire.com/alt2/sebsisters/home.htm. the longer one is in german, so i guess you won't understand that much! the film itself is 'bout 50 minutes. there are a lot of screenshots too which you can find on the above mentioned page! biggrin
Posted: Wed, 21st Apr 2004, 12:53pm

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Just some advice...NEVER rate your own movie a 5/5... Unless by some chance it is just as good or better than "Art of the Sabre". Just rate your movie accordingly. Think of what a 5/5 is on this site and work from there.

PEACE OUT...
Posted: Thu, 22nd Apr 2004, 9:09pm

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"If it weren't for the music which irritatingly stopped and started at the beginning each time, rather than fading to almost nothing and continueing, that brief trailer would be hilarious!"

yea
u might want to change the music
so that it isnt exactly the same thing
yea, ure trying to go for that "hehe uh oh" type of atmosphere
but it will get irritating
Posted: Thu, 22nd Apr 2004, 10:44pm

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Ryan

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Did you use a tripod for that gun confused ?
Posted: Fri, 23rd Apr 2004, 3:41pm

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yes it's a tripod =) we wanted that...the movie is full of odd scenes like this =) just watch the other trailers. and the other thing: the music track isn't repeated. it's inspired by "Bean: The Ultimate Disaster Movie" watch the beginning of that film and you will see, that the music stops during the scenes. =)
Posted: Fri, 23rd Apr 2004, 3:48pm

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Ryan

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I always thought a tripod would make a cool gun, but more as a beam emitter razz .
Posted: Fri, 23rd Apr 2004, 6:28pm

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Interesting.
I liked the music. But, (sighs) weird.
Posted: Mon, 26th Apr 2004, 1:25am

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saw the trailer, liked it. However...

music cutting to text: not unless you want it to look like a preview to a disney "Youngster has science experiment go wrong, incredulous dad is baffled again when the save the neighborhood by some unrealistic yet corny means" style movie.

the tripod: i was laughing because you were driving weird carts and wearing suits while doing it. keep it in there.

the actual amount of scenes wasnt to overwhelming (more under-)


Funny for being short
Posted: Sun, 2nd May 2004, 6:51am

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anonymous

*raises eyebrow* umm....
Posted: Sun, 2nd May 2004, 10:26am

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nicmar

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hahaha the tripod minigun was awesome smile
Posted: Sat, 17th Jul 2004, 3:19pm

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Sarkilas

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You created a minigun out of a camera stative? That was actually good looking! biggrin
Posted: Sun, 17th Oct 2004, 12:16pm

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Looking good...