The Time Traveling salesman-Lost
Review Count: 9
Average Rating: 4.78 stars
Length: 6 minutes 29 seconds
Posted on: June 21, 2006
The Time Traveling Salesmen,,,, gets lost in this The third adventure of the bumbling salesman. This time the Vuluptuios Laura Bigboobs travels through the machine to find him! What she finds,,, is not him,,,,
This movie may seem a bit over the top, but it was intended to be that way. Of course it has Custom soundtrack, Full voiceovers, my female voice is HORRIBLE, but I had no choice. If you feel strongly that this movie is less then two stars PLEASE dont rate it. The freecam is more of an experiment then anything so please take that into account when rating! THANkS FOR THE FARE REVIEWS!!!!!
lol nice female voice. and fun story, good music choice.
its nice comedy movie.
Posted on June 23, 2006
I find comedy to be one of the hardest genres to do well because audiences are very subjective and what is funny to one may be boring to another (or even offensive). In regards to your film, I know some audiences LOVE this type of humor (even if it is over-the-top), and I know you know some will be turned off by what they deem inappropriate, crass or vulgar (I have no problems with that either because it's your film, so it's your choice--and you did warn the viewer in your description). But there are a few things which I learned most people have in common, so I will make recommendations only to those and not about your choice of subject matter. Your female voice is "horrible", as you confessed, and it was actually funny the first minute or so, but it started to get to me after awhile (and I think many will feel the same so that it no longer becomes humorous, but borders on irritating). Again, this is only my opinion and attempt at constructive criticism. So I think you should actually consider getting a female voice performer for VC's as you jokingly referred to. The other matter which I feel needs addressing is the freecam travelling through (clipping) actors and or props. This gives the impression that the filmmaker is careless, and more importantly distracts the audience and pulls them out of the narrative experience (kind of like saying "this is a movie you are watching"). So either choose a clip-free path for the camera, or simply edit out the parts that clip. Again, I hope you find this useful.
Posted on June 23, 2006