Internal Darkness Call it Fate-2
 
 
Studio: IISharperII
 
Review Count: 7
Average Rating: 5.0 stars
Genre: Sci-Fi
Length: 25 minutes 35 seconds
 
Posted on: December 3, 2006
 
 
Film Description
This is the third episode of my series "Internal Darkness."

First off, I'd like to appologize for how long this episode is. I honestly didn't intend for it to be this long! And because of how long it is, I edited the whole thing before noticing the horrible horrible mistakes I made during the last 1/3 of the movie that will most likely kill my rating. I forgot the widescreen overlay on several scenes and it becomes very distracting and I appologise for it as well.

For future episodes I hope to stick with the length of my second movie. Also I will have an animated title sequence for my future films.

Anyway thank you for watching! And I hope you enjoy.

---edit---
For some reason the movie exported itself under the title "Call it Fate - 2" even though it should just be "Call it fate." Another mistake I appologize for.
 
Featured Reviews
- JazzX

25 minutes - and no V.O. and music that was looped so badly that it distracted from several scenes... (that first helicopter scene was killer)

but the story and the characters easily overcame that - the so-called flaws pointed out by the director went totally unnoticed by this reviewer (and I read his description before watching the film ... I should have been looking out for them, but got too involved in the story).

I'm still none-the-wiser as to what the overall story is about - but with writing as good as this, I couldn't care less. It's like a proper mystery - like the best episodes of "Lost" in a way.

Above all, I get a sense of a filmmaker who really believes in his story (whatever that is) and isn't afraid to show what could be considered irrelevant scenes (like the pick-up in the bar - my favourite scene of all here for that reason) in an effort to bring realism and detail to the film.

A great piece of work really. I would rank it as one of the best V.O.-less films I've ever seen ... but that might change when I've seen the next part.

Posted on December 16, 2006
- Rik_Vargard

Greatgreatgreat third episode, the best one so far to me! The story carries on and keeps as intruiging as ever! Great job!
I'm clearly bookmarking your studio and checking out for the next episode... You should promote this on the forums! That's also where you can find actors. :)

Posted on December 11, 2006
- Stormwhitelab

I've watched this movie. Good stuff! It might be long, but it's very well made! You should join the forums. If you do, PM Stormwhitelab (me) and let me know. :)

Posted on December 10, 2006
 
Reviews
- sidy

i am really weak long drama. so almost i cant watch to finish long movie.
but i could watch this movie start to finish. and i want watch more.
its feel like playing dramatic adventure game.
this is not special movie. but
very natural editing and freecam. music was fiting at all scene. gripped my heart.
you made good atmosphere and, good drama.
overall : excellent work!

Posted on February 9, 2007
- NUKESTER

Great Film which shows that Long Sub movies are still worth watching. I shall try and watch Ep 1 & 2 on Youtube and then watch Episode IV. Keep up the great work &

Nuke Well In All The Dark Energy In The Universe!!!!!!

Posted on February 1, 2007
- CaptainStrider

Jumping in half way through hasn't help much, the movie however covers the characters and gives me an idea of the storyline easing me into the plot. And with something complex like this is a real success.

The plot was really intriguing, a couple of spelling mistakes but nothing to spoil the quality. I enjoyed your use of free cam and finally the whole thing kept me watching and for 25 minutes thats really important.

Posted on January 23, 2007
- JazzX

25 minutes - and no V.O. and music that was looped so badly that it distracted from several scenes... (that first helicopter scene was killer)

but the story and the characters easily overcame that - the so-called flaws pointed out by the director went totally unnoticed by this reviewer (and I read his description before watching the film ... I should have been looking out for them, but got too involved in the story).

I'm still none-the-wiser as to what the overall story is about - but with writing as good as this, I couldn't care less. It's like a proper mystery - like the best episodes of "Lost" in a way.

Above all, I get a sense of a filmmaker who really believes in his story (whatever that is) and isn't afraid to show what could be considered irrelevant scenes (like the pick-up in the bar - my favourite scene of all here for that reason) in an effort to bring realism and detail to the film.

A great piece of work really. I would rank it as one of the best V.O.-less films I've ever seen ... but that might change when I've seen the next part.

Posted on December 16, 2006
- Rik_Vargard

Greatgreatgreat third episode, the best one so far to me! The story carries on and keeps as intruiging as ever! Great job!
I'm clearly bookmarking your studio and checking out for the next episode... You should promote this on the forums! That's also where you can find actors. :)

Posted on December 11, 2006
- Stormwhitelab

I've watched this movie. Good stuff! It might be long, but it's very well made! You should join the forums. If you do, PM Stormwhitelab (me) and let me know. :)

Posted on December 10, 2006
- tylerwood

awesome movie! a lot of work has been put into this one, i can tell! i love longer movies! great storyline and incredible flow of scenes! great job and keep up the good work!

check out my movie, the dangerous adventures of troublin vo!

-tylerwood

Posted on December 9, 2006