A sample movie NO 1
 
 
 
Review Count: 6
Average Rating: 4.67 stars
Genre: Horror
Length: 12 minutes 31 seconds
 
Posted on: February 24, 2006
 
 
Film Description
It's an experiment. About what You ask ? Curiosity is the first step to hell, it is said...Better see for Yourself, everything's explained in the movie. Don't be afraid about the lenght, it's and entertaining movie...at least to me.

Special thanks to Buccura for releasing he's Joey Daccache for public use.
 
Featured Reviews
- Frooplet

Good movie!
There were some problems with the editing at some parts, but liked the story, so it deserves a 5!

Posted on March 15, 2006
- Buccura

Holy s***... looks like I've done it, I've reached the status to where I'm being used in other movies. Yar matey! That was done in story mode?? Good god, I could never conjure up the patience to wait for something like that. At any rate it was a funny film, and I liked how you poked fun at how the game adds extras (Even though that is easily fixed by sliding the yellow wooden dummy into a slot :P). Also had some funny dialog as well. A few technical flaws though prevent me from giving it a 5. These being that at times, especially at the end, the clothing seemed to abrutly change with no sense of flow at all.

By the way, I also liked how you managed to make me come of as being so bad ass! Even though I don't smoke :P. Still a entertaining movie, and interesting to see me in another movie other than my own!

Posted on February 26, 2006
- ProKanada

Nice to see you finally got a studio up and running! I have to say I really enjoyed this movie, as it brought across a lot of the frustrating moments I myself had during editing very well. I don't normally give 5 stars to films without voice-overs, but the sheer effort you put into this gets you that 5th star anyways. I definitely got a good laugh from the romantic scene at the end, where the clothing and the characters' positions kept changing.

Since, however, I am not entirely certain if the film was meant seriously or as a joke, a tip: I finally realised after 4 weeks that, just like in the game where you can switch between your actors, writers, scientists, etc. by clicking on the arrows above the column of pictures, the same can be done in post-production. Click on the arrows to bring up either the column of extras or a column with the wooden puppets, which can then be pulled on to characters in the scene. Pulling a wood puppet on those annoying extras that aren't supposed to be there will make them disappear in the final cut.

Keep up the great work, and thanks for your fantastic review of my "Bllod & Honour" flick!

Posted on February 25, 2006
 
Reviews
- TheMGMKid1

Great tour of the Staford studio! But boy oh boy those extras sure to try to steal screen time from Jeff and Jessica. A wonderful introduction to two great stars who are bound to go far in Hollywood. Great work.

Posted on March 18, 2006
- Frooplet

Good movie!
There were some problems with the editing at some parts, but liked the story, so it deserves a 5!

Posted on March 15, 2006
- Judyann88

No comment

Posted on March 4, 2006
- Buccura

Holy s***... looks like I've done it, I've reached the status to where I'm being used in other movies. Yar matey! That was done in story mode?? Good god, I could never conjure up the patience to wait for something like that. At any rate it was a funny film, and I liked how you poked fun at how the game adds extras (Even though that is easily fixed by sliding the yellow wooden dummy into a slot :P). Also had some funny dialog as well. A few technical flaws though prevent me from giving it a 5. These being that at times, especially at the end, the clothing seemed to abrutly change with no sense of flow at all.

By the way, I also liked how you managed to make me come of as being so bad ass! Even though I don't smoke :P. Still a entertaining movie, and interesting to see me in another movie other than my own!

Posted on February 26, 2006
- ProKanada

Nice to see you finally got a studio up and running! I have to say I really enjoyed this movie, as it brought across a lot of the frustrating moments I myself had during editing very well. I don't normally give 5 stars to films without voice-overs, but the sheer effort you put into this gets you that 5th star anyways. I definitely got a good laugh from the romantic scene at the end, where the clothing and the characters' positions kept changing.

Since, however, I am not entirely certain if the film was meant seriously or as a joke, a tip: I finally realised after 4 weeks that, just like in the game where you can switch between your actors, writers, scientists, etc. by clicking on the arrows above the column of pictures, the same can be done in post-production. Click on the arrows to bring up either the column of extras or a column with the wooden puppets, which can then be pulled on to characters in the scene. Pulling a wood puppet on those annoying extras that aren't supposed to be there will make them disappear in the final cut.

Keep up the great work, and thanks for your fantastic review of my "Bllod & Honour" flick!

Posted on February 25, 2006
- Hatchet90

James interesting point, but ya know being thrown out of a bar isn't as bad as being arrested I did ponder this and I just threw him out to continue the story.

Posted on February 25, 2006