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kill rick

Posted: Wed, 5th Oct 2005, 10:52am

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aguayopro

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story line up. ricks out for revenge for the death of his brother but
little dose he know that his brothers killer had a twin
he also has to recover the money that was taken but that another story
? do you think rick will come back from the grave for revenge
how sould we right the next chapter for ideas aguayopro@yahoo.com
motion effect adobe premier 1.5 3D effect with jasc animator
movie clip is about 8 min long muzzle flash,s from FXHOME
CAMARA USED panasonic 3ccd pv-gs120 consumer product.
you know i have a JVC GRHD10 PRO CAM BUT STILL LIKE the panasonic
actor Rick vargas art rojas robert valdez
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Posted: Thu, 6th Oct 2005, 5:35pm

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I thought this was really well filmed! you guys definatly put a lot of thought into your angles. In the beggining the audio lacked a bit and I really have not idea what they were saying in that first shot with the dude stading in the doorway.

The story was hard for me to follow because I was going off the intro you wrote, I didnt see anyone coming out of the grave for revenge or whatever. I got the impression that it was a robber robbing some other robbers...or something like that.

I really wanted to like this movie because of its filming and so forth...but the story was hard to follow and the audio wasnt that great....so I dont know whether to give you a 3 or a 4.... I think Ill go with 4
Posted: Thu, 6th Oct 2005, 7:07pm

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The movie was pretty good but Frozenpede was right about the auido. You need to work on that on your next film if you make another. I'm sure they're still working on the movie to get to that part.
Posted: Thu, 6th Oct 2005, 9:04pm

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This film is definately the best of the batch of submissions you posted. The camera angles are better and the lighting is pretty good for just getting started. As mentioned by the previous posters, your audio does need some work. It is something that all of us deal with when working with consumer grade cameras. If your camera does have a microphone input, get a decent Audio Technica boom mic and give that a go. It'll help. I can see from watching each of your films, you are still trying out different ways to work muzzleflashes.

As I mentioned in a previous post on another of your films, work your story line out before filming. It gives the audience some bearing as to what is going on.

If this film were made by someone on here that has been making films for a while, I would have given it a 3. Since this is one of your trial attempts, I'll give it a 4.
Posted: Fri, 7th Oct 2005, 2:04am

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kill rick is part of a feature that im working on.
i also need to add more (dimension) to story board , for the people
who dont under stand what that mean more locations to film


location is a 'facter' in this case
the building were we were filmming
is no longer available, its been closed over 2 months now
so we will have to "improvise"_ ill start off with rick being taken to the hospital,
i have a friend that "drives an ambulens" he mite be able to help me out.
" flash backs''_ scenes, Rick Returns to the scene of the crime
to his saprise' Rick finds out that place has been closed for over
two years "in ricks mind this happened yesterday"

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Posted: Sat, 8th Oct 2005, 8:44pm

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but wate nobodies posting any thing apart from present company
this a chance for you be herd . is good ,grate, it suck, ficken fenomenal,
it need work sounds off what ?
it,s like leaving a phone message you never do!!
any ways thanks for watching my videos
Posted: Sat, 8th Oct 2005, 11:22pm

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Patience, young padawan.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 1:36am

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aguayo wrote:

but wate nobodies posting any thing apart from present company
this a chance for you be herd . is good ,grate, it suck, ficken fenomenal,
it need work sounds off what ?
it,s like leaving a phone message you never do!!
any ways thanks for watching my videos
You know what, until I see you right (Ha! Caught me there, did ya? "write") correctly there's no point in coversing your comments. Why? Because half the time it takes me longer to decipher a 2-sentence post from you than read a 2-paragraph post from somebody else. It gives me a headache, and is tiresome to read (probably to most people), so there becomes a point in which you just stop caring to "read" your posts. Spell-check them ho's.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 5:05am

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atom "chill out" take an aspirin.
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 1:27pm

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aguayo wrote:

atom "chill out" take an aspirin.
Wow, you got all your words right! Good for you!
Posted: Mon, 10th Oct 2005, 3:12pm

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ben3308 wrote:

aguayo wrote:

atom "chill out" take an aspirin.
Wow, you got all your words right! Good for you!
Yeah, and he's telling me to chill out. kids (n00bs) these days, ah......good times.
Posted: Tue, 11th Oct 2005, 12:05am

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People spell better when they're angry. It's proven to be true.
Posted: Tue, 11th Oct 2005, 12:08am

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Lithium Kraft wrote:

People spell better when they're angry. It's proven to be true.
That does seem to be true. Kinda weird how some things turn out like that. Never knew that. Cool. But that would probably mean I'm angry all the time. I guess I just check my posts first, before I post them.
Posted: Thu, 13th Oct 2005, 5:50pm

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so the guy has trouble spelling up to your standards. Give him a break! there is probably a reason for it. Atom I can tell by your comment that youve never been in a non-English speaking country for a very long period of time, if you were you would get use to communicating with people that you dont understand EVERY word of what they are saying. I fing your comment uppity and ringing with overdone perfectionism.
Posted: Thu, 13th Oct 2005, 6:50pm

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Lithium Kraft

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His profile says that English is his first language. Frozenpede, while that comment is legit, if his first language is English (which he states), then he doesn't really have an excuse to type like he does. It's reasonably annoying and discourages people from watching the movies.

(and on the other hand, who rated Frozenpede down? That was uncalled for.)
Posted: Thu, 13th Oct 2005, 7:36pm

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well.....I dont wanna say anything that would be jumping to conclusions cuz I dont want to insult aguayo if Im wrong.....but there are probably reasons.


whoever rated me down was probably the same guy who rated Atom up.....and really I expected it.... but I still stand completely by what I said. I think Atoms comment was egotistical.
Posted: Thu, 13th Oct 2005, 8:12pm

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Guys -

This is an English speaking forum. As such, it's perfectly legitimate to expect a reasonable level of ability when it comes to reading/writing English.

I'm not suggesting that we should be insistant on correcting every spelling mistake - but that people should put effort into making their posts readable. Correct punctuation and grammar aren't the same as making the odd spelling error.

Let's not argue and bicker, but you've got to remember that written English is the only form of communication here, so it's expected that you should take some time to make sure that what you're saying is coherant and legible.

Arktic.
Posted: Thu, 13th Oct 2005, 8:17pm

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I agree entirely with Arktic.....however I also want to add that some people may try and not do the best job...I dont think we need to jump down their throats for it.
Posted: Fri, 14th Oct 2005, 12:36am

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I don't know about you guys, but I always thought the purpose of this forum was to give feedback on a persons film, not their grammer.