The Other Woman
 
 
 
Review Count: 64
Average Rating: 4.83 stars
Genre: Romance
Length: 7 minutes 17 seconds
 
Posted on: May 21, 2006
 
 
Film Description
Hot Pick!
Full Music ~ Full VO ~ Sexy!

First Place in the Guerilla Challenge #3

The Day I woke up Dead are the first words we hear from the tormented Mari Monrou??? although those words are not her last



The reason for the ending of this movie is meant to add to the confusion of the murder of Marilyn Monroe.

Some people think she was murdered, others believe she had a breakdown and overdosed on pills and booze.

There are even rumors that she was alive when the paramedics arrived, died in the ambulance so they brought her back home where Miss Monroe???s doctor and housekeeper helped hide the facts of what really did happen

If the world has no idea how this woman died, how the heck should I know?

Take the ending just as the rest of the word has had to take the death of the first true bombshell actress, it happened and no one of us will ever really know how or why
**************************



Romance Noir at its finest!

Full Music and VO

Future Office by ThePunisher99

Music by JHolla for www.50dollarbeats.com
Used with purchased license agreement

Filter by Augie64 to add that touch of vintage class

???The Other Woman??? A Psychological Thriller

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Featured Reviews
- TheMGMKid1

I remember well the day Marilyn Monroe died. I was only ten years old and I cried when I heard the news on the radio. I had the same thought so many kids I knew had that day "If I had only known her she would be alive." Even though she was a bombshell and considered a sex goddess of the screen she connected with children in my generation in the most amazing way. She seemed to be one of us, confused and hurt by the world the grownups had created. That is something no one mentions about Marilyn, kids loved her and she loved us. For many of us who where small then, her death was the rude beginning of a realization of the horrors to come. The murders of President Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Bobby Kennedy, the war in Vietnam. The day Marilyn died was the day we began to grow up.

Your brilliant film brought all of this back to me in a vivid way. Wonderful work here that is a highlight of TMO in my book. The film, The Other Woman, illustrates how Marilyn has gone on to affect later generations in ways she or her studio Twentieth Century Fox could never have imagined. This film is an example of the effect of the extraordinary complicated woman on the creative brilliance of women artists today. I am so impressed with the thought and effort that went into this production and in my book, this is worthy of the MGM Platinum Seal of Approval!

Posted on June 23, 2006
- JJPATEL

A very good movie which I can see why won the 96-hour guerilla filmmaking competition as it kept to the "dead theme" really well. I also enjoyed your choice of having the movie in a under-tone of red which I thought was very unique and helped the movie's atmosphere....maybe the red sybolised her tragic love or the colour of danger and her death.

The story was pretty good but I felt it wary in the middle but did pick up again towards the end however was abit confused with the flashbacks as I didn't understand the quick jumps between the different scenes (was it to show her final momements & thoughts?). The dialogue throughout the movie was spot on, along with the VO which was very clear.

Top marks on the custom design such as the opening credits and the office set of the president and a very unusual choice for the music which I felt was a weird choice for this kind of movie but yet, worked at times. Overall, a very good movie and it is showing that you are one of the most promising film-maker on TMO!

Posted on June 14, 2006
- bellota

A really brilliant movie about a love story that simply coludn't be...it's very sad, anyway, i like it. Don't you think you used too much the difuminated black between the scenes? Well, you would may like it to be more dramatic and so you did that way like. And, you are very punctual, cos Mari Monrou', as you call her, the other day would have been 80 years. Poor Mari!
You've got a lot of talent!

Posted on June 6, 2006
- NYS4

This movie was under standing why she couldn't get her life strate! and how she was all was depersted. Mezzanine did not know what to do or what to say when she say her boyfriend wife and his wifes child. She thought she loved her boyfriend but all she loved was a mist of air! When she call her boyfriends wife she really did not see what was coming! But now she Knows!

Posted on June 2, 2006
- markrichardbehenna

Review for the Guerilla Challenge

Story: (3/5) It was�?�.the butler! Ok so that was cheesy, but seriously it�??s a very intriguing story as it�??s not a subject that is confronted very often, but waking up in the end implying that it might have all been a dream, surely everyone is really fed up of that ending, plus I didn�??t think there was that much mystery behind the whole thing.

Creativity: (5/5) Some lovely ideas flowing there, I noticed you used an older camera version, and I think it ended up as a big plus, the characters and dialogue used were also great, and although I did like the monologue style commentary, I can�??t help but wonder what would of happened if it was told in real time.

Sound/Music: (5/5) That music was so gripping, most studios would either use a very slow melody, or even worse a fast paced action theme. This music was fast enough to keep up the sense of urgency in atmosphere, but not so fast that it would turn into a guns/kung fu theme. Voiceovers were also brilliant, with a slight mocking tone when speaking of the wife.

Editing: (4/5) This was quite impressive most of the way through, it all seemed very professionally done, but at the end I found myself a little confused when the scenes sort of randomly skipped back to a flashback.

Overall Score (17/20) More stiff competition for the Guerrilla Challenge top spot, I think you should be very pleased with your performance here, I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Posted on May 30, 2006
- sheelba

Reviewing for the 96-hour guerilla filmmaking competition with the theme �??one day, I woke up dead�??

Story: (4/5) gripping, exhilarating never let go of the fantastic pace until the end where I thought the mystery could have been handled better. It made perhaps a bit too little sense in comparison to the crystal clear narration of the rest of the film and seemed rushed.
Creativity: (5/5) using the older film reel really helped this film come alive. Both in the stories take on the theme and in the cinematography this film had creativity in abundance.
Sound/Music: (5/5) the music kept the tempo fast and the action exciting. The VO fitted the role well.
Editing: (5/5) simply beautiful, the film flows in a reddish haze that envelops you into the action. Good use of fades.
Overall Score: (19/20) vastly different from many other entries in its style and content which is a real plus. Beautifully created with some stylish on-screen visuals, an elegant film.

Posted on May 26, 2006
- JosephKw

The narrative flashback style actually worked well with this film and kept in the context of the competition. (Wonderful job in such a short timeframe, by the way.) I think what piqued my interest the most was the allusion to Marilyn Monroe and John Kennedy. From the ending I suspect you wished to maintain the mystery of her death, in keeping with the Monroe-Kennedy motif, but it did not seem very satisfying nor in keeping with the narrative style (the narrator told us everything since the start, but in the end keeps ambiguously quiet). But that's only my personal preference, and is a minor quibble in what is one of the strongest contenders for a winning entry.

Posted on May 25, 2006
- postmodernchuck

Deliciously concieved and wickedly written, this is ruthless filmmaking at its peak -- delivering a tidal wave of emotion so rich and thick we forget we're watching pixels run around in their underwear. The voiceover narration in this one carried the film to an almost ethereal level, ascending past its noir conventions and bringing us front and center to the tormented life of one single woman looking for love in all the wrong places. Artistic and coy in many places, the film rarely plays it safe. The playful and manipulative moment of montage editing that marks this film's finale really toys with the viewers perception of what they've just seen, making us reevaluate what happened and what did not.

Elizabethsusan continues to be a filmmaker I find myself compulsively enjoying and following like a rabid fanboy. At this rate, you'll have about a million and one pouring out onto your doorstep. :)

Posted on May 23, 2006
- Dulci

I don't often like a fully narrated movie, but this one is a prime example of how it can be done RIGHT. The music, the editing, the style, the voiceover, all worked perfectly together to create an atmospheric movie that held my attention and kept me glued to the screen. There was an almost poetic flow. Dulcilicious!

Posted on May 21, 2006
- Ninette1

Really impressive work ElizabethSusan. I am totally digging your studio and your other qualities as well. You are a cool chick with some interesting ideas. Clever and intriging movie made more remarkable considering the comp rules. Keep it up. (Not a problem I am sure...lol)

~N

Posted on May 21, 2006
- 6-HeadedMonster

just simply fantastic..... maybe i should just not enter the comp now....

hope you're happy you killed my spirit.... just joking

i loved every second of that... such a great atmosphere you created within a drama of love, sex and deception..... and somehow you made it flow so peotically.... beyond belief.... congrats...i'm in awe

Posted on May 21, 2006
- Mildheadwound

A kept woman grows vindictive when she finds herself in a love triangle with the rich and famous! What-a-what! And made in just a few hours?! Well no one could argue that it isn't oriented to the contest, it's just that, you know, it makes my entry looks like a puddle of puke . . . Great narration and an atmosphere you could cut with spoon. Astounding, as usual.

Posted on May 21, 2006
- AxeCinema

made in 96 hours? seems an awful little to create such a powerful, thrilling experience. Very stylish noir feel with the filter and the voiceover was out-of-this-world. a swirl through depression, sex & even abuse [though i didn't understand why he would kick her vagina]. With a great ending! i can't not comment on the amazing titling. oh and one more thing - the music was great!

Posted on May 21, 2006
 
Reviews
- simpsdog

Clever idea. Great VO and pacing. This was very well put together. Congrats on a very good movie.

Posted on February 16, 2008
- prinzess

I also enjoyed watching this one :)

It certainly is a novel idea to put forth a movie from the perspective of Marilyn from the afterlife so to speak.

Well done!

cheers
Prin

Posted on September 1, 2007
- daniellecrownford

Two words: Well done!

Posted on February 18, 2007
- biggstrek

Yet another brilliant film, and a very worthy winner (how you can make any film in that time frame is beyond me... and I salute you all!)

Unique.

Posted on December 15, 2006
- rjb2112

Fascinating movie, loved the soundtrack. I really liked the old style camera quality too.

Great VO, wonderful script.

I really enjoyed this.

Posted on October 8, 2006
- BamRyan

Omg, that was brilliant! Great VO, nice editing, and most importantly, it got me interested and kept me that way.
Amazing!

Posted on September 24, 2006
- sidy

good original story and voice. its look like real TV drama. i enjoyed. great work.

Posted on July 8, 2006
- Groove44

A very interesting movie and a clever representation of Marilyn's mystery death. Well done

Posted on June 27, 2006
- TheMGMKid1

I remember well the day Marilyn Monroe died. I was only ten years old and I cried when I heard the news on the radio. I had the same thought so many kids I knew had that day "If I had only known her she would be alive." Even though she was a bombshell and considered a sex goddess of the screen she connected with children in my generation in the most amazing way. She seemed to be one of us, confused and hurt by the world the grownups had created. That is something no one mentions about Marilyn, kids loved her and she loved us. For many of us who where small then, her death was the rude beginning of a realization of the horrors to come. The murders of President Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Bobby Kennedy, the war in Vietnam. The day Marilyn died was the day we began to grow up.

Your brilliant film brought all of this back to me in a vivid way. Wonderful work here that is a highlight of TMO in my book. The film, The Other Woman, illustrates how Marilyn has gone on to affect later generations in ways she or her studio Twentieth Century Fox could never have imagined. This film is an example of the effect of the extraordinary complicated woman on the creative brilliance of women artists today. I am so impressed with the thought and effort that went into this production and in my book, this is worthy of the MGM Platinum Seal of Approval!

Posted on June 23, 2006
- LanaTay

AWSOME MOVIE! 5 STARS ALL THE WAY!

Posted on June 19, 2006
- Artorious

Great work. VO was excellent. Story and editing were top notch. I know it was sort of an open ending but it did confuse me a lil. Don't mean to get too technical with it, but if she was attacked bye two guys the police would know foul play was involved. I had to mention it because it stuck in my head when that scene came up. Overall this is one heck of a film. Keep up the great work!

Posted on June 18, 2006
- DaRKoNe462

This was quite an interesting idea. I always like watching movie that make me think "damn, I wish I'd thought of that", and this was certainly one of them. You continue to impress with me with your unique brand of films and your VO is great. The editing at the end made it a little confusing, but then maybe that was the idea. I'm not sure. But other wise a solid film. After this and Mezzanine's Interlude, I'm bookmarking your studio. Definately a personal fav. :)

Posted on June 17, 2006
- antonl

Great movie! Weird end though....

Posted on June 16, 2006
- jimmyman345

girl you made to make movie bravo bravo.

Posted on June 14, 2006
- JJPATEL

A very good movie which I can see why won the 96-hour guerilla filmmaking competition as it kept to the "dead theme" really well. I also enjoyed your choice of having the movie in a under-tone of red which I thought was very unique and helped the movie's atmosphere....maybe the red sybolised her tragic love or the colour of danger and her death.

The story was pretty good but I felt it wary in the middle but did pick up again towards the end however was abit confused with the flashbacks as I didn't understand the quick jumps between the different scenes (was it to show her final momements & thoughts?). The dialogue throughout the movie was spot on, along with the VO which was very clear.

Top marks on the custom design such as the opening credits and the office set of the president and a very unusual choice for the music which I felt was a weird choice for this kind of movie but yet, worked at times. Overall, a very good movie and it is showing that you are one of the most promising film-maker on TMO!

Posted on June 14, 2006
- mikeclfc

No comment

Posted on June 14, 2006
- Ghoststalker

Started out good, but really didn't get the ending.
O well, here are 5 stars.

Posted on June 12, 2006
- bellota

A really brilliant movie about a love story that simply coludn't be...it's very sad, anyway, i like it. Don't you think you used too much the difuminated black between the scenes? Well, you would may like it to be more dramatic and so you did that way like. And, you are very punctual, cos Mari Monrou', as you call her, the other day would have been 80 years. Poor Mari!
You've got a lot of talent!

Posted on June 6, 2006
- sisch

Very impressive movie! I`m not a fan of the narrative style normally, but here it worked really well! Great voice! Also, I do like the open end, it`s a mystery, and leaves it to the viewer to decide what really happened... great work!

Posted on June 5, 2006
- nickcom

this move rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on June 4, 2006
- sylanderstudios06

wicked if thats you doing v.os would you play the small women part in my new movie if you would please email me loadsajoe@hotmail.com

Posted on June 3, 2006
- alfric

really enjoyable and dramatic movie....
a fine plot,reminds me of someone???
great edit ,the flashback storytelling was well handled..
great vo...
good luck in the comp...
i really like it...nice one..

Posted on June 2, 2006
- NYS4

This movie was under standing why she couldn't get her life strate! and how she was all was depersted. Mezzanine did not know what to do or what to say when she say her boyfriend wife and his wifes child. She thought she loved her boyfriend but all she loved was a mist of air! When she call her boyfriends wife she really did not see what was coming! But now she Knows!

Posted on June 2, 2006
- markrichardbehenna

Review for the Guerilla Challenge

Story: (3/5) It was�?�.the butler! Ok so that was cheesy, but seriously it�??s a very intriguing story as it�??s not a subject that is confronted very often, but waking up in the end implying that it might have all been a dream, surely everyone is really fed up of that ending, plus I didn�??t think there was that much mystery behind the whole thing.

Creativity: (5/5) Some lovely ideas flowing there, I noticed you used an older camera version, and I think it ended up as a big plus, the characters and dialogue used were also great, and although I did like the monologue style commentary, I can�??t help but wonder what would of happened if it was told in real time.

Sound/Music: (5/5) That music was so gripping, most studios would either use a very slow melody, or even worse a fast paced action theme. This music was fast enough to keep up the sense of urgency in atmosphere, but not so fast that it would turn into a guns/kung fu theme. Voiceovers were also brilliant, with a slight mocking tone when speaking of the wife.

Editing: (4/5) This was quite impressive most of the way through, it all seemed very professionally done, but at the end I found myself a little confused when the scenes sort of randomly skipped back to a flashback.

Overall Score (17/20) More stiff competition for the Guerrilla Challenge top spot, I think you should be very pleased with your performance here, I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Posted on May 30, 2006
- TripWire21

That was the most atmospheric movie I've ever seen on here! It flowed so perfectly, I have goosebumps! This should be top of the charts, holy [be polite!]! The music was a VERY nice touch, may I add.

Posted on May 29, 2006
- Zogg

Wow ! Simply great ! That was awesome, Elizabeth Susan ! I love you ! Would you marry me ?

Posted on May 28, 2006
- sheelba

Reviewing for the 96-hour guerilla filmmaking competition with the theme �??one day, I woke up dead�??

Story: (4/5) gripping, exhilarating never let go of the fantastic pace until the end where I thought the mystery could have been handled better. It made perhaps a bit too little sense in comparison to the crystal clear narration of the rest of the film and seemed rushed.
Creativity: (5/5) using the older film reel really helped this film come alive. Both in the stories take on the theme and in the cinematography this film had creativity in abundance.
Sound/Music: (5/5) the music kept the tempo fast and the action exciting. The VO fitted the role well.
Editing: (5/5) simply beautiful, the film flows in a reddish haze that envelops you into the action. Good use of fades.
Overall Score: (19/20) vastly different from many other entries in its style and content which is a real plus. Beautifully created with some stylish on-screen visuals, an elegant film.

Posted on May 26, 2006
- Apasas

This was very well done. The thing that impressed me was the amount of detail you devoted to the costumes and make up. Obviously a woman's touch. The story was OK, although not the type of story I generally go for. But it was well done and executed. It all flowed very well and it was easy for the viewer to follow thestory without concentrating too much (until the end that is).

The main bit I had a problem with was the ending. The scenes skipped about and had no real order. I am sure you know what you were doing, and probably many of the viewers did as well, but I just found it confusing. I know its something to to do with deciding what happens next, but that wasn't made clear and it spoilt the effect the film had on me. Also, I didn't think the bin fitted into the rest of the movie and didn't really make it funnier or better in my opinion.The VO was OK. A little more emotion would make it sparkle, especially in the scenes where there is direct conflict. In saying that, I didn't reduce the rating because of that, sinve my VOs are worse than yours.

Posted on May 26, 2006
- Whattheaids

very impressive. well done

Posted on May 25, 2006
- pegleg

I found this movie strangely exciting. I can see the historical events that have inspired this and I always thought Bobby was the nicer of the two anyway. What happened, does anyone but the person/persons responsible actually know, and thats whats great about this movie. It offers possibility in a very Descartean (if there is such a word, but I refer to Descartes) way. Perceive what you like and let us scrutinise the evidence to get an outcome.
Well put together and I liked the narrative style. I thought you matched the music extremely well and this helped to maintain a fluid movie which ended as soon as it had begun. This is also one of the more original movies on TMO and I always have a soft spot for any movie related to to Noir genre. Great movie.

Posted on May 25, 2006
- mlederer

Cool movie! But you should turn the ingame "mumbleing" off the next time. The rest was very good: titles, voiceovers, music, storyline.

Posted on May 25, 2006
- JosephKw

The narrative flashback style actually worked well with this film and kept in the context of the competition. (Wonderful job in such a short timeframe, by the way.) I think what piqued my interest the most was the allusion to Marilyn Monroe and John Kennedy. From the ending I suspect you wished to maintain the mystery of her death, in keeping with the Monroe-Kennedy motif, but it did not seem very satisfying nor in keeping with the narrative style (the narrator told us everything since the start, but in the end keeps ambiguously quiet). But that's only my personal preference, and is a minor quibble in what is one of the strongest contenders for a winning entry.

Posted on May 25, 2006
- kylemf88

It was good up until the ending killed it for me. I had no idea what was going on.

Posted on May 24, 2006
- JD573

This is a perfect narrative story and it gives it much more depth and power when she speaks to you when she's dead.

Posted on May 24, 2006
- StokeStudios

Deliciously alluring! The plot draws you in, holding you glued to the screen from start to finish. It's hard to come up with any superlatives that haven't already been used. As ever from your studio, an amazing flick!

Posted on May 24, 2006
- kwistufa

Fantastic Movie. Great Story & the Scenes & editing were superb. The editing was so good that the restraints of the set game look as if they dont exist in your flicks..in general. Great Vision, Great Atmospheres, & great VO's makes this Movie stand out for me. Loved it!

Posted on May 24, 2006
- jackalbane

Wow... Very interesting storyline. Well put together. Really kept me wondering who-what-when-where-and-what the hell every few seconds. Very well written and performed. I enjoyed every minute of it.

Posted on May 23, 2006
- postmodernchuck

Deliciously concieved and wickedly written, this is ruthless filmmaking at its peak -- delivering a tidal wave of emotion so rich and thick we forget we're watching pixels run around in their underwear. The voiceover narration in this one carried the film to an almost ethereal level, ascending past its noir conventions and bringing us front and center to the tormented life of one single woman looking for love in all the wrong places. Artistic and coy in many places, the film rarely plays it safe. The playful and manipulative moment of montage editing that marks this film's finale really toys with the viewers perception of what they've just seen, making us reevaluate what happened and what did not.

Elizabethsusan continues to be a filmmaker I find myself compulsively enjoying and following like a rabid fanboy. At this rate, you'll have about a million and one pouring out onto your doorstep. :)

Posted on May 23, 2006
- kooka67

wow *claps* very very nice movie....... but at the end it was a little confusing. Was she having memories, or was she re-living the moments? it was kind a mix of scenes in the last bit. yet im not sure if it was a romance more then it was a horror really.......... no, it was a romance. But what who killed her? her boyfriends wifes bodygaurds? anyway great movie please rate mine.

-kooka67

Posted on May 23, 2006
- a2k13

Well Charlie is not a nice guy kick and punches her after they were so deeply in love a good and emtionly chanrged storline well done.

Posted on May 23, 2006
- theVillain

Great film, I really liked the narration. I think for this film that worked better than anything else you could've down with the other V/O's, it gave it a very unique feel. 5 stars.

Posted on May 23, 2006
- bigboominc

music rocked,the story was smooth, and the trash can scene LOL.

Posted on May 23, 2006
- Pen420

Wow! Most impressive. And under the time constraints, phenomenal.

Posted on May 23, 2006
- JazzX

Very good - a criptic ending if ever there was one.

Good v.o. - I like the bits where you address the audience with "sorry I`ve gone on too long" etc.

Good music - the change in pace was excellent between scenes. Very good editing throughout - and the retro look of the film served it well in a stylistic sense.

I sum this up as a chick flick with balls!

Posted on May 22, 2006
- OlliEntertainment

An excellent movie..
Very good..
Film on!!!

Posted on May 22, 2006
- yeagmaster

Talent!!! That's what you got!

I loved the flick. I like seeing fresh stuff that ventures away from the norm.

I love a VO narration in a flick. It gives it a great feel.

Did I mention that I was high on orange peels right now? What is that smell? Sorry, back on track.

Great story! Nice visuals! Very artistic! I am a Fan!

Posted on May 21, 2006
- Dulci

I don't often like a fully narrated movie, but this one is a prime example of how it can be done RIGHT. The music, the editing, the style, the voiceover, all worked perfectly together to create an atmospheric movie that held my attention and kept me glued to the screen. There was an almost poetic flow. Dulcilicious!

Posted on May 21, 2006
- Ninette1

Really impressive work ElizabethSusan. I am totally digging your studio and your other qualities as well. You are a cool chick with some interesting ideas. Clever and intriging movie made more remarkable considering the comp rules. Keep it up. (Not a problem I am sure...lol)

~N

Posted on May 21, 2006
- decadentpictures

A good example of how to visually tell a story! Considering the time it took to make the movie, I would have to give it five stars. But I'll step back and try to rate it as any other movie, and ignore that.

While I fully enjoyed its unique visuals and the narrative, there were three scene choices that felt strange to me. The first two were the two scenes of the wife being followed (one in the trashcan, and the other with the shrugging). These are two scenes I would always avoid in any serious movie, as they just have that cartoonish feel to them. The third scene is the "beat her up" one, and I think that just went over the top with a woman. :o The story was interesting (especially with the reference to Marilyn Monroe), although I wasn't very thrilled at the ending.

Overall I think this is still a very fine piece of work, and I congratulate you on a unique and enjoyable movie!

-sherwinliu
from Decadent Pictures

Posted on May 21, 2006
- 6-HeadedMonster

just simply fantastic..... maybe i should just not enter the comp now....

hope you're happy you killed my spirit.... just joking

i loved every second of that... such a great atmosphere you created within a drama of love, sex and deception..... and somehow you made it flow so peotically.... beyond belief.... congrats...i'm in awe

Posted on May 21, 2006
- princeinexile

Great sort of momentum meets star 69...The aww that I was left in after watching this film...I am truly a fan of these films..

Posted on May 21, 2006
- DNR

great movie...loved the music and flow of this movie..editing was great.The VO's were clear and dead on..Nice work

Posted on May 21, 2006
- Jamous

totally amazing film less than 96 hours WOW, editing was so smooth,every thing flowed with a perfection you expect from this studio,good luck but i don,t think you need it.J

Posted on May 21, 2006
- Legend51

Very imaginative title told from a unique perspective. Having somebody narrate over how they died is very macabre and you handled this with great style. A very interesting ending too, it definately made me think about what had happened up to that point. Good luck and i hope you do well with this.

Posted on May 21, 2006
- Mildheadwound

A kept woman grows vindictive when she finds herself in a love triangle with the rich and famous! What-a-what! And made in just a few hours?! Well no one could argue that it isn't oriented to the contest, it's just that, you know, it makes my entry looks like a puddle of puke . . . Great narration and an atmosphere you could cut with spoon. Astounding, as usual.

Posted on May 21, 2006
- Deeman

Hey I am in the Guerrila Contest also and becvause of you ill have to settle for runner up:P...

Great Movie...I agree with Axe Cinema 100%

Good luck in the comtest,

Deeman

First Fantasy

Posted on May 21, 2006
- Moviemakingfreak

Wow, that's one of the best movies I've ever seen on here. I hope that it get's into the top 10 so other people can see this master peice.

Posted on May 21, 2006
- the_richman

WOW! Very well done! Liked it! That was great! Great job! BRILLIANT! PERFECT! Film on!!! I�??m speachless! Please check out my movie: http://movies.lionhead.com/movie/82932

Posted on May 21, 2006
- ubernewbie

Wow, brillintly crafted noir story. Tight editing and very professional VOs make for a compelling story. It left you want ing more as all movies should. Great work and enjoyable to watch. FABBO.

Posted on May 21, 2006
- DJ93

Brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!!! brilliant VOs!!!!!!! Brilliant plot!!!!!!!!!! 5 stars!!!!!!!!!!

please rate my movie "the dream"

Posted on May 21, 2006
- derbyrams

Amazing movie!!! I loved it!! Amazing work with voice-overs, custom music, titles and sets!! But how is it rated R? There was no bad language what so ever, anyway, you haven't watched comedy corner 2!
Please watch/rate it!!
Here's the url:
http://movies.lionhead.com/movie/74054
Also, if you want to, rate my trailer to the making of comedy corner 2!!!
Thnks and enjoy watching them!!!
xxxxxxxx derbyrams

Posted on May 21, 2006
- sorserer

Wow. I like it on the end the scene cut sems to be psiko. Thriller time :)

Watch it!

Posted on May 21, 2006
- MAGIC_SCHOOL_BUS

It's a really flashy flick, probably one of the most stylish one's i've seen. I like the way you handle narrative, as if she's talking to the viewer, a good way to unfold the plot. And starting off with her dead was also I nice way to do it, although I don't really see how death, love and jealousy hook up? But in some way you managed to do it. It's a good movie and all, but I just don't feel that connection between events, really nice anyway though.

Posted on May 21, 2006
- AxeCinema

made in 96 hours? seems an awful little to create such a powerful, thrilling experience. Very stylish noir feel with the filter and the voiceover was out-of-this-world. a swirl through depression, sex & even abuse [though i didn't understand why he would kick her vagina]. With a great ending! i can't not comment on the amazing titling. oh and one more thing - the music was great!

Posted on May 21, 2006