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|PLOT: An informant with incriminating evidence on tape is on his way to a hand it over to the police at a secret drop point. But someone doesn't want him to make that drop...|
Shot in Easter 2003, we did this film as a homage to the fight scenes in The Bourne Identity. Its nothing to do with that movie, neither is it our greatest achievement but I think it's damn good fun. I'd happily upload my more serious films but alas they contain no AlamDV effects
HUNTED: Contains moderate action violence.
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I think its a good fight, and the only bad acting is from the guy with the tape IMO
Bryce007 wrote:The Bad: the acting, and fighting
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Exactly, lol. Indeed its not about acting.
Nagual wrote:The acting again, was better than many on this site, but thats mainly due to the fact there wasn't much to 'act about' with most of the movie being the walk in the woods and the fight.
I look forward to watch Hunted 2, in a few mins.Hope you like it lol.
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...I realized that you used light bulbs as muzzle flash...No, I used lightbulbs behind muzzle flashes.
[Sounds were good, the actions of the actors were too good for me to understand how you did it...or maybe not.What do you mean?
...I'm going to watch the 2nd version of this movie...Lemme know!
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What do you mean?I mean that their reactions looked very realistic, like it really hurt!
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Sorry but there is no link to them
movieguy5 wrote:Can you give me the link with all of those fighting sfx on them?
Also what muzzle flash plugin did you use about 1:44 into the movie, when the kid in the white sweatshirt fires for the only tiime when hes up against that tree?It was just one of the ones from the plugins section with a lightbulb. Nothing flash
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