Posted: Thu, 29th Dec 2005, 1:19pm
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|Follow the acton packed adventure of two unsuspecting characters, as they fight for their lives against evil robots.|
This movie was filmed on location in Canada. It took about 4 days to film and several hours for editing and special effects.
This was originally done for a High School Video contest; however the video was never seen, as the contest was cancelled. We hope you enjoy it.
Posted: Thu, 29th Dec 2005, 11:45pm
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okay. that was cool. im a sucker for movies with lasers in them. nice plot. that white faced bot made me jump sometimes. i would have liked it if the lasers went a bit more faster. overall nice film. 3/5. good job.
Posted: Fri, 30th Dec 2005, 10:20pm
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It was pretty funny and quite cheesy. I like cheese. For the people disappearing, it would have been best to use a tripod for that scence, because after the people cross dissovled you could see the camera shaking. But with technicalities aside, it was an overall good movie. A 3/5 from me as well.
Posted: Sun, 1st Jan 2006, 4:20am
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ha ha, this was halarious. increadibly entretaining. I loved it. i would actually like to know how u did some of the effects, what programs u used, etc. Like, how exactly did you go about the knife throwing part? The production im currently involved in calls for a couple knife throws, and ninja stars. So ya, wondering how you did that from when it leaves his hand, to when it lands in the other person, or in ur case, the robot. but ya. Great film. 4/5
Posted: Sun, 1st Jan 2006, 6:45pm
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The knife throw is a simple little trick involving two knifes.One knife is already stuck in character(who is off screen), when the other is throw by the killer in the victim's direction(but doesnt hit him at all), the camera moves with the knife throw to reveal a knife in the victim.
P.S. please remember to submit your rating for the movie (using the number of stars).
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 12:52pm
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The Artist wrote: i would actually like to know how u did some of the effects, what programs u used, etc.
The ones they're selling on this website, ya know the ones they require you to buy in order to post your movies.
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 4:13pm
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No need for sarcasm...For the effects, the software was actually AlamDV2.
The lasers take a lot of patience and time, but the final result is quite amazing.
Posted: Mon, 2nd Jan 2006, 4:31pm
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Haha, that was a great movie. I haven't seen anyone pull off that knife trick as good as you all did, very nice. Nice job with the robots and their makeup...etc.
It was fun to watch, it was entertaining, and that's what I rate off of. 4/5. Nice job.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jan 2006, 7:26am
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Posted: Tue, 17th Jan 2006, 10:18pm
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Both are robot movies...
With the silence I take it you enjoyed Robots 2005.
Posted: Tue, 21st Mar 2006, 9:55pm
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how did u do that part where the laser gun comes up to the robot's hand?
Posted: Tue, 18th Apr 2006, 4:44pm
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pretty cool, the lasers where a bit slow but the knife trick and the flying gun thingy made up for it. i like it alot. 4/5
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 12:46am
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Thanks, Punk 101
Could you take a minute and rank it using the official star rating system.
Posted: Fri, 21st Apr 2006, 12:49am
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The laser gun trick is simply done by the reversing the clip of the robot gently tossing it to the side...we were pleased with the effect.
Posted: Wed, 3rd May 2006, 12:20am
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Haha. I loved the party at the end. It was so random. 4/5
Posted: Thu, 4th May 2006, 2:16am
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Don't forget to vote using the star system..