chickenwrangler
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Number of Movies Reviewed: 203
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 43
Average Rating Given: 3.83
 
Movies Reviewed by chickenwrangler
Cuccos 4 by HyruleanMovies Sci-Fi
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I like the elaborate history you have worked out for these films. It sounded like maybe you were holding the microphone directly in front of your mouth, instead of below or to one side. There was so...
reviewed November 16, 2006
A short history of Cuccos by HyruleanMovies Comedy
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Yes! The world needs more chicken movies. Keep up the good work. Unless they've killed you.
reviewed November 16, 2006
Pulp Chicktion by marvellousguppimovies Comedy
As a ridiculous chicken movie, this film excels. Needs more chickens, though. reviewed November 16, 2006
Rama - Subtitled by uk36 Horror
Nicely disturbing. reviewed November 16, 2006
Security Guards in Space VIII by themonkthemonk Comedy
Best use of music in a film. I notice your scripts are getting more ambitious, with foreshadowing, etc. But I have to admit that, after the use of music, the biggest laugh I got was from the last jo... reviewed November 16, 2006
Security Guards in Space VII by themonkthemonk Comedy
Both your editing and your kazooing are improving. My favorite sound effect was the tapping on the door. Simple, immersive, nicely timed. reviewed November 15, 2006
Eldorado by themonkthemonk Romance
Risky and moving. An original interpretation of the poem. I notice you didn't advertise bad scriptwriting this time. It's nice to know that your creativity is not confined to one running gag about se... reviewed November 15, 2006
A Friend in Need by themonkthemonk Comedy
Silly and clever. reviewed November 15, 2006
Security Guards in Space VI by themonkthemonk Comedy
I loved all the docking jokes. Not your average space movie. Keep up the good work. reviewed November 15, 2006
Security Guards in Space V by themonkthemonk Comedy
I thought the cook character was clever and original. reviewed November 15, 2006
Security Guards in Space III by themonkthemonk Comedy
Still making laugh. reviewed November 15, 2006
Security Guards in Space II by themonkthemonk Comedy
5 stars for technical merit, and for the robot's accent. reviewed November 15, 2006
Security Guards II In Training by themonkthemonk Comedy
I might have rated it higher, but I like your concept of security guards in space even more. reviewed November 15, 2006
Security Guards by themonkthemonk Comedy
The main punchline had me laughing. Now I have to watch all your movies. reviewed November 15, 2006
Security Guards in SpaceEpisode 1 by themonkthemonk Comedy
You deserve 5 stars for the title alone. Thanks for the laughs. reviewed November 15, 2006
Goodnight Barry by MrBastageAndWendySMF Horror
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I loved the way you blended horror with the banality of life in the suburbs. Hammers, eggs, and shmokey-shmokes meet creatures of the night. It gave me a few laughs.
reviewed December 22, 2005
Daze Of Our Lives by MrBastageAndWendySMF Romance
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Funny voice-acting. My favorite part was Sean asking 100 stupid questions in a panic. "What am I going to do? What are you going to do? What's everybody going to do?" I think a series of installm...
reviewed December 22, 2005
Really Im All Right! by jztemple Comedy
Funny dialogue, and setup. reviewed December 17, 2005
A Day To Forget by superstorm Horror
I agree with the others. Well done. I especially liked when she was hiding, the bad guy was searching for her, and the audience didn't know where she was yet, either. It increased the suspense. reviewed December 14, 2005
Detroit Crime City 2 by asianpimp Action
Excellent job, especially for a first movie. You are too modest. I think you did a good job on the voiceovers, and had some great action editing, plus you kept the plot moving at a good pace. My on... reviewed December 14, 2005
Future Man by Edward757 Sci-Fi
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Possibly the most hopeless pickup line ever, followed by a great putdown. The punchline at the end of the movie deserves praise as well. But my favorite part of the movie is the way the bored barmai...
reviewed December 13, 2005
Earth Wars After Math by Edward757 Horror
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Good beginning for your trilogy. I especially liked the way the female character got hurt and fell, then you see a close-up of her eyes opening, then she gets to her feet. I also thought you did a g...
reviewed December 13, 2005
Galatic Voyage Part I by NapkinOfDeath Sci-Fi
Great dialogue. I know a lot of people are doing space opera parodies, but if done right, they can be endlessly entertaining. Good idea to use the possibilities of transporter malfunctions for laugh... reviewed December 13, 2005
Letting Go by sparrowtm Romance
You achieve quite a beautiful effect, just by concentrating on the flashes of light on dark streets, and the flash of raindrops on the ground, with the pulsing music beneath. From now on, I am watchi... reviewed December 11, 2005
Huntress Of Sol by mprimus Sci-Fi
Good cheese. The quality of the voice of Jessie, while not technically accomplished, certainly amused the heck out of me. I also think you were right to make the movie zip along in quick cuts. Emot... reviewed December 9, 2005
Voice Overs - The True Story by rolandhulme Comedy
Funny premise and good execution. I would have recorded this rating vocally, but I don't have my microphone plugged in. reviewed December 9, 2005
Victory For Freedom by Tarison Action
Actually, a useful little movie. The horse was a nice touch. reviewed December 9, 2005
Surprise by ryeberry Comedy
I hate to admit it, but I was amused. Don't listen to your critics. Your soundtrack was far superior to Saddle Up Sally. In fact, it made the movie. Please consider making a German version. And a... reviewed December 9, 2005
Carrot Hour by kangaroostudios Comedy
Great job on the rabbit voices, and getting their body movement right. Nice plot. The only reason I didn't rate you higher was that the background car noise was incredibly annoying. Whoever was mak... reviewed December 8, 2005
Encounters Begin by kangaroostudios Sci-Fi
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Darn. Now I'm hooked and have to wait for the second part. A lot of nice details in this. I especially like the way the movie seems to lead down one path, then throws in a small surprise, seems to ...
reviewed December 8, 2005
Jerk Insurance by Chewbot Romance
I laughed when I read the title. I appreciate the fact that you made a quick movie: Get in, shoot off a couple of jokes, get out. Bonus points for being a feminist film. reviewed December 8, 2005
Slow Times by Chewbot Comedy
Very funny dialogue. You packed a lot of jokes into 2 minutes. I also love the fact that you have the same random violence of the other movies, but make your heroes commute on the subway to commit t... reviewed December 8, 2005
Ninja Social Club by MagusFilms Action
I enjoyed it. Nice details, like the horn honking, and the dog playing fetch, that were not central to the story but made it more believable. reviewed December 8, 2005
I Am Not A Monkey by ProducerDrew Comedy
I like the way you draw in an audience with humor, then impart a serious message. Though you should perhaps be spanked for the pun. reviewed December 8, 2005
Daily Grind of a Ninja Lost in Time by ProducerDrew Action
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Thanks for making this movie. I appreciated the mix of existential angst with the silliness of the ninja tiptoeing through his own suburban front yard. My life exactly. You know. Without the tiptoeing.
reviewed December 8, 2005
Gimme danger by gilga Horror
I loved the ending. reviewed December 7, 2005
Third stone by gilga Horror
Very funny. Amusing both in concept and in its details, especially the least impressive invaders with their invasion kit. (Finally, someone thought of a practical use for that prop.) reviewed December 7, 2005
A True Love Story (For my Sweet Tina) by JohnMcCloud Romance
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Nice. Not cloying. Unexpected humor. Good luck to you and Tina.
reviewed December 7, 2005
Cousins In Space by Stryder11 Sci-Fi
At least four stars are deserved for the most sensitive breakup line ever written: "You have to let it go. I'm trying to score with my communications officer." I threw in an extra star, because I w... reviewed December 7, 2005
Nothing But Red by kaipan Horror
Creepy. Concentrating the horror on one keyhole made it scarier than a film with lots of screaming and running around. Especially since I had not heard the story before. reviewed December 7, 2005
The Diner by SirDrakeX Comedy
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Helpful guide, and I appreciated the humor. You're the man.
reviewed December 7, 2005
Out of the wood 6 by samuel68 Action
I loved that old tv show. You captured the bantering relationship between the stars nicely. The mystery was intriguing and original, but also perfectly within the spirit of the show. I sincerely en... reviewed December 7, 2005
Cheerleader Nightmare by cipheruzmad Horror
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Gangs of cheerleaders make for good comedy. I also liked the one (unexplained) guy endlessly banging on the door.
reviewed December 6, 2005
Son of the Uncles Mothers Friend of Kongg by brizers Horror
Very well-constructed movie. I especially liked the way you sustained the tension and pace in between the action sequences. Some good jokes, too. reviewed December 6, 2005
A Day In Scotts Life by nikkiroy Horror
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Original, funny, and true. Best Use of Werewolf Costume. By the way, your coworkers really are idiots.
reviewed December 6, 2005
Make The Connection by Zonkas Romance
Hours of careful work clearly went into this movie. Some viewers would rate it even higher. Heavy on romance, without being cloying. Nice humorous touches, like the snoring, made the romance more b... reviewed December 6, 2005
Saved by the smoke by Aphroditestudio Sci-Fi
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I got some laughs out of this. Best sci-fi romantic comedy public service announcement ever. Plenty of twists and turns, and three fun characters. Good slapstick action, without resorting to banana...
reviewed December 6, 2005
Japanese Numbers by Surumon_White Comedy
Well, it's not action-packed, but as an instructional language video, the explanations and visual aids were clear, and perfectly paced for absolute beginners. I should know, as I happen to be a begin... reviewed December 6, 2005
Red Onyx by dorklbutte Sci-Fi
Great job making the ship seem to be full of corridors (and making it seem as though the characters were heading somewhere specific, not just running blindly through some random maze). I also appreci... reviewed December 6, 2005
Man Walks into a Bar by markusdragon Comedy
Best buddy film since Thelma and Louise. In fact, it would be better with Thelma and Louise. In chicken costumes. No, wait -- Anyway, a feel-good movie, with likeable voiceactors/characters/flatmates. reviewed December 6, 2005
Trails and Conversations by markusdragon Action
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Original and silly. Good moral tale about the virtue of reasoning with the enemy. World leaders should watch this.
reviewed December 6, 2005
Lets Dance by mitchell_lee Comedy
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Strange humor. Reminds me of Peggy Lee singing "Is That All There Is?" Well, in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. With clucking. Points for originality.
reviewed December 5, 2005
Warship APE Modified by Fujiarmu Comedy
I like Clank-Clock. In fact, both characters would be worth seeing in a series of simple, short comedy sketch movies. Best setup I've seen of a banana peel joke. Great screenshot choice for the ad ... reviewed December 4, 2005
Story of Tom n Dog by flawless_ Romance
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Cannibals don't eat dogs. Besides, Doggy was the star of the movie. Great job making the dog an important part of the film, and showing the affection between the dog and its master.
reviewed December 4, 2005
Boiled Onions by leather_apron Action
Is Innocent VII still alive? Wasn't he married to Jennifer Anniston? reviewed December 4, 2005
Robot 35 by greatgrant Horror
I really liked the robot sound effects. reviewed December 4, 2005
The Mistake by greatgrant Action
I especially liked the way you concentrated on the two faces, and kept the focus of the scene on the back and forth of him threatening and her pleading. I would suggest that it might increase the ten... reviewed December 4, 2005
Aging Guys in Space for a Last Hurrah by wetstereorebel Action
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The action editing is well done. Your sense of humor is intriguing (I enjoyed watching your movies), but they probably have a pill for that. 3 stars for the best character name in a movie: I am Roboticus!
reviewed December 4, 2005
A Subway Ride by wetstereorebel Comedy
Pattycake Pattycake's finest hour: 2 stars! Really, I'm just playing along, and giving you a couple of stars as a reward for the joke. If this is a surrealist masterpiece (and one can never be quit... reviewed December 4, 2005
Through the Willow Trees by wetstereorebel Romance
The movie that asks the question, "Is a Romance that begins with binoculars really a Romance?" Not a very deep movie, perhaps, but it is amusing when he tries to kiss her, but can't quite reach. reviewed December 4, 2005
Something Blue This Way Comes by Amberic Sci-Fi
Original story. Great reaction shots to silly actions. Good match of action to music. Nice, brisk pace. The movie presented a little puzzle (namely, what the heck are these aliens up to) that I th... reviewed December 4, 2005
The Last Assault by boondagger Sci-Fi
Yes, it's not the typical ninja plot. One of the few movies I would like to see in a longer version, or with sequels. For that reason, I gave it 5 stars. Good dialogue. Nice story. Just fun to wa... reviewed December 4, 2005
The Elite Fragging Force by LatvianPride Action
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As a promotional film, I think it was excellent. If you decide to do a regular movie, too, you obviously have a talent for editing action films. Good luck to your clan.
reviewed December 4, 2005
Life at school by rexvandam Comedy
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This movie should include a warning: Warning! Contains shocking footage of mobile phone use on school property! Made me feel like I was back in school again. Thank God it was an illusion.
reviewed December 4, 2005
Start by rexvandam Action
Not the worst movie I've seen. A bit long in parts. reviewed December 4, 2005
The Killer Duckies by Ben100 Action
Great title. The best use of the shovel at the trap door scene, that I have seen. (You edited it properly to make the villain's approach faster and more believable.) And some exra-nice details at t... reviewed December 4, 2005
Yee hah by Ben100 Action
Excellent editing of the action scenes, including the transition from the fight to the horseback chase. You have a much better feel for that than most people do. I do think the movie needed music, b... reviewed December 4, 2005
One Star Bandit by Sevenhertz Comedy
Very amusing song. High production values all through, and the best movie to address this issue so far. Particularly strong voice-acting. Several good punchlines, and even the throw-away lines were... reviewed December 4, 2005
The Playboy Club by SilkyBlue Comedy
Funny. I like the goofy main characters, and their awkward body movements. They would be good for sequels. My favorite dialogue is the answer to the question, "What do you look for in a woman?" Al... reviewed December 1, 2005
Wink of an Eye by sparrowtm Horror
Very poetic. Beautiful, too, as a tribute to a friend. I am amazed that you can address a personal tragedy with that mature a perspective so soon afterward. The quiet music fit the mood nicely, wit... reviewed December 1, 2005
Bad Day by castlenaze Comedy
Well, that would explain a lot. Much effective work on the soundtrack and editing. Original plot. Entertaining. reviewed December 1, 2005
Those god damned Baggage Boys by Buccura Comedy
The movie that spoke to a generation. reviewed December 1, 2005
Good Idea-Bad Idea by Deikon Comedy
Funny. I liked the nerd's voice (and threat). Short and sweet. reviewed November 29, 2005
Great Moments In History FIRE by JackRabbit Comedy
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Do not mock our wood of mass destruction.
reviewed November 29, 2005
No means No by JackRabbit Horror
It's difficult to address a serious subject without being preachy, and difficult to get the attention of those whose minds you want to change (and not just preach to the choir). You found a way to su... reviewed November 29, 2005
A tiny cell by serious Sci-Fi
Beautifully done. reviewed November 29, 2005
I Tape You by icefire08 Horror
Voiceacting cast of thousands. It's enjoyable watching a movie put together by people who are having fun with it. reviewed November 29, 2005
Battleants Defend Jupiter by icefire08 Sci-Fi
Fun to watch. reviewed November 29, 2005
3 Minutes to Change the World by hero164 Action
I don't entirely share your bleak evaluation of the present, or your blanket praise for the past, but your movie does make me want to cash in my pension fund and create art. That your films have peop... reviewed November 29, 2005
Gorillas in the West by hero164 Action
Goofiest movie I've seen, with an individual style. The hero raising himself up from the floor, and checking to see if Belle was OK: oddly the most natural-seeming and suspenseful use of those shots... reviewed November 29, 2005
A Relationship is Like a Pie by hero164 Comedy
Absurd. I like the relationship between the father and son. And, yes, Mary had to go. reviewed November 29, 2005
How to be a Real Man by hero164 Comedy
Fantastic job getting real men to listen to poetry. Now I must go buy more shiny things. reviewed November 29, 2005
Ranger de l espace by spiritroignau Sci-Fi
Cowboys and Indians in Space? Great idea. reviewed November 29, 2005
Eye on Golding by James_dude Action
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As a book report it deserves an A+. As a documentary, it was still one of the most interesting movies on here. (I was expecting this to be a comedy about Golding trying to swat a fly.) Keep the sur...
reviewed November 29, 2005
On Another Planet by IBarr Sci-Fi
Good beginning dialogue, and great last shot. I liked the way you concentrated on the 3 characters, instead of filling the film with a dozen lazer-blasting extras. Please consider putting this hero ... reviewed November 29, 2005
Little Titan by dagrak Sci-Fi
Fun, action-packed movie. I enjoyed it. Good, quick edits. Nicely planned sequence of scenes. But, you know, some dude in streetclothes and his robots, wandering in and taking over starships: tha... reviewed November 29, 2005
Immortal Wombat Detective Death by Pimpinc Sci-Fi
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I watched this movie first, before part one, and was very confused. It makes a lot more sense if you watch them in order (naturally). You might want to post a notice on your page that the storyline ...
reviewed November 29, 2005
Immortal Wombat The Marsh by Pimpinc Horror
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I liked the way you mixed a bit of humor in with the action. Generally, excellent editing. One exception (minor criticism): the monster on the roof pulls out a raygun, but then fights with a knife....
reviewed November 29, 2005
Late Call by Jonkerz Horror
Good ending. Leaves something up to the imagination. The axe sound effect would have worked much better, been far more alarming and dramatic, if it had actually sounded like wood-chopping. In fact,... reviewed November 29, 2005
Rob Fights Back by Jonkerz Comedy
Very funny. My favorite character is the bully's girlfriend. In fact, even the last girl in the bar, who only appeared for 3 seconds, seemed to have her own distinct character. I would like to see ... reviewed November 29, 2005
Autostop by zisho Horror
Great beginning, setting up the characters and establishing atmosphere, while still keeping the plot moving. I especially liked the driver in the woods plotting after the accident, and the slow sneak... reviewed November 29, 2005
Bad Dream by Amiga-Commodore Horror
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I liked the way you built up suspense for the villain's appearance: first the scary book, then a noise outside the bedroom door, then showing only a rear view, and only then the full appearance.
reviewed November 29, 2005
When Robots Attack by Yaos Comedy
I thought the ranting got funnier the more absurdly long it went on, since that is part of the joke. It helps to have seen the train movie. ("Last Clear Chance.") reviewed November 28, 2005
War on the Machines by EricLT Sci-Fi
Nice details. My favorite: when the alien robots surrender, I would only slowly and cautiously stand up, too. I thought the Grandmaster General looked imposing as well. reviewed November 28, 2005
Gologtha Lives! by justin_in_bangor Horror
Thanks. reviewed November 27, 2005
Sweden by vegeta172 Action
Cool-looking actors. Good punk story. Keep up the good work. reviewed November 27, 2005
Finland by vegeta172 Action
Some very nice qualities. Setting up the characters in the beginning, before the ambush, then the quiet music for the sniper scope, the enemy's line at the end. If you made this a little longer, I t... reviewed November 27, 2005
A Samurais Sword by Legendary_Studios Action
Good job. I especially liked the look of the samurai riding horses through the forest. I hope that you do make the sequel. reviewed November 27, 2005
Death Wars The Dark Shadows by Legendary_Studios Sci-Fi
Nice space opera. Could be longer. I especially liked the fight for the alien planet. reviewed November 27, 2005
Planet der Frauen by Meowan Sci-Fi
Yeah, blue women'll do that. Please consider releasing a version in English. It deserves to be enjoyed by a larger audience. reviewed November 27, 2005
Planet der Frauen Teil 2 by Meowan Sci-Fi
Great job. Please consider releasing a version with English subtitles. reviewed November 27, 2005
Am Ende der Distanz by Meowan Romance
Beautiful movie. Grim. Original choices as to the sequence of scenes, (the order of the scenes was not chronological), but all was made clear. Carefully constructed atmosphere. Beautiful voice. reviewed November 27, 2005
Fighting Blind by moviepimp69 Action
You could have made this movie even longer, and the female character's story would still have sustained interest, I think. Unfortunately, there were some sound problems (not your fault). Hopefully, ... reviewed November 27, 2005
Bloodstream by moviepimp69 Horror
Interesting choice of actors for the parts. I think that made your vampire much creepier. reviewed November 27, 2005
The Misfits by moviepimp69 Horror
Who says chickens can't fly? Keep up the good work. reviewed November 27, 2005
The Bank The Bandit The Ballsy Blonde by phredcetera Comedy
Willy is a great, doomed character. Also, you get an award for Best Use of a Horse. The ending was cunningly foreshadowed as well, and the comedy largely drew from the characters, not just slapstick. reviewed November 27, 2005
Lord of Berlin by Patriot84 Action
Too many good details about this movie to list them all. Interesting framing. I was afraid of the length of this film, but I'm glad I watched. reviewed November 27, 2005
KING KONG 1940 by StevenKreg Action
Very ambitious. Very entertaining. No wonder you were over budget. Why, the cost alone for a gorilla suit that large...umm... reviewed November 27, 2005
The Frog Prince by Crull87 Comedy
Interesting and original. reviewed November 27, 2005
Subway - The Reality Show by Sleeves Sci-Fi
Twisted. Big marks for the quiet, slow way you told the story. A long way from the kung fu and zombies of most of the films. You have a great way with dialogue. reviewed November 27, 2005
The Offices by Sleeves Comedy
I gave you a high rating for funny dialogue with great voice acting. reviewed November 27, 2005
The Movies Ad Contest! by Sleeves Comedy
Fantastic technique. Obviously a lot of work went into this. And congratulations on signing up Patrick Stewart's evil brother to do the voice work. (If Mr. Molyneux comes for you in the middle of t... reviewed November 27, 2005
Roleamos by Jiyuujin Action
Es muy bueno. reviewed November 27, 2005
The Flicks Online by Jiyuujin Action
The idea is cute, but your technique made it better. I agree with you that the subtitles (and dialogue) needed to be fast and snappy. And by the way, I have been wondering when I would read the firs... reviewed November 27, 2005
Librarian vs Ninjas by SuperWayCool Comedy
Ninjas may be stealthy, but not quiet enough for this librarian. Silliness is underrated. Please make more movies. reviewed November 26, 2005
Job Interview Ninja vs Easter Bunny by SuperWayCool Comedy
Your movies are all entertaining. Interview them both, then randomly pick one? Do we work for the same company? I particularly like the boss' speaking style. reviewed November 26, 2005
Help Me Someone by SuperWayCool Comedy
The only thing better than a movie with chickens, is a movie with lots of chickens. reviewed November 26, 2005
Spelleng Bee by tomv3636 Comedy
Original idea, with some funny lines. I've watched a couple of documentaries on spelling bees. Oddly, I don't remember them saying, "Let's roll!" Thanks for the laughs. reviewed November 26, 2005
Commander Radon and the Killer Robots by Pengy Sci-Fi
Most entertaining subtitles ever. Probably most of us have made parodies of the old space operas, but your mind is twisted an extra turn. Umm...In a good way. reviewed November 26, 2005
Pancakes by Laphroig Comedy
Original. Good voices. reviewed November 22, 2005
They Built The Moon! by movieman1085 Sci-Fi
Funny. Great title. reviewed November 22, 2005
2450 AD Episode 1 by d-myze Sci-Fi
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Yes, please do a second movie. You used some common scenes in an original way. And I enjoyed the bit of comic relief, from the repair bot.
reviewed November 22, 2005
Daughters Of Eden Ranch by suedenim Action
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What! Latveria's a fake country? Why, any poor girl could have been deceived. I enjoy your sense of humor, playing with these oldtime movie formats. Also, I like your studio name, Embiggened Produ...
reviewed November 22, 2005
The Girl With The Hidden Agenda by suedenim Romance
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Can a princess live happily ever after, with a guy in tights and a kewpie doll hat? Surprisingly, I want to find out. Please make a sequel. You captured the atmosphere of this type of film perfectly.
reviewed November 22, 2005
Bird Flu by RockOutStudios Comedy
Finally, a movie that answers the question: How do you tell if somebody is a bird? Entertaining movie. I ranked it high because all three speaking characters were had funny lines, but also were nic... reviewed November 22, 2005
The French Democracy by koulamata Action
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Sad. Very powerful, especially since you did not try to represent the struggle as just perfectly good people against perfectly evil people. Thank you for making this film.
reviewed November 22, 2005
Moments by Sevenhertz Romance
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Wonderful voice. Sweet and romantic film. At its best when it mixes both the seriousness of his love with the absurdity of his hanging from the ledge. Such a quiet and soft movie, yet it seemed to ...
reviewed November 22, 2005
I Was a Robot Gigolo for the CIA by jetjaguar1964 Sci-Fi
I loved the part where your geniuses are trying to figure out who the murderer is. Also, cute sound effects at the beginning and end credits. It's a great idea to add booing to your own film. reviewed November 22, 2005
When They Come Back by LazyKat Horror
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Interesting. Likeable characters. Keeping their relationship central to the plot made me want to know what was going to happen to them. Not just another ho-hum zombie movie. How did you film that ...
reviewed November 21, 2005
Joe Smooth Finds Love by chrisdhall Comedy
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I gave a top rating because I loved the voice acting. The best I personally have found on this site. The action was fun to watch, but the commentary made the movie. Good job.
reviewed November 21, 2005
The Propshop opens ! by super_soulb Comedy
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Good idea. Should win a marketing award for best title.
reviewed November 20, 2005
Tin Deep by CAMFROMTHECITY21 Comedy
Theater of the Absurd with a tribute to Saddle Up Sally? On those terms it deserves 3 stars. The sequel is more sophistocated, but lacks the purity of heart of the original. Don't be discouraged ab... reviewed November 20, 2005
Pimp My Bride by CAMFROMTHECITY21 Comedy
Thanks for sharing your technical disaster. It was interesting on that level. reviewed November 20, 2005
Sir Spare Some Change by CAMFROMTHECITY21 Comedy
Serious social commentary in a comedy clip. I never know what to expect when I click on one of your films. reviewed November 20, 2005
Inside Joke BRASSSSINGTON Comedy by CAMFROMTHECITY21 Romance
I don't get the inside joke, but I'm giving you stars for the great soundtrack. reviewed November 20, 2005
Testing Tracks 1 2 3 by CAMFROMTHECITY21 Action
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Surreal. Interesting technique with the flashing black screen. I decided to give you a high rating, for having an artistic vision.
reviewed November 20, 2005
Marosin by Bloodheart Horror
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Some funny touches. Sorry, I don't speak German.
reviewed November 20, 2005
Moon Boots by toasterplug Comedy
Likeable characters. Snappy dialogue. Good pacing and clean editing. Plus social commentary. My favorite of your films. reviewed November 20, 2005
We come in peace by andersona9 Sci-Fi
Funny. It reminds me of Mystery Science Theater. (I'm a big fan.) I especially enjoyed your making fun of the annoying button-pushing. The women teleported back and forth accidentally while the ma... reviewed November 20, 2005
Confessions Of A Supreme Being by Strondor Comedy
Lots of laughs, and I didn't see the ending coming. reviewed November 20, 2005
Slightly Cosmical by corinthian Comedy
Funny voice acting. I loved the "Hello? Hello?" I got a lot of laughs from the whole premise. reviewed November 20, 2005
Joke about policemans (eng) by Laibach_Walker Comedy
I liked it. I liked the narrator doing two little bows at the beginning. I liked the policeman character making his entrance by spinning around in a dramatic, but silly, manner. I liked the serious... reviewed November 20, 2005
FRANZ KAFKA The Door by Laibach_Walker Horror
Kafka always gives me nightmares. Very ambitious of you to attempt classic literature, when most everybody else is filming women in lingerie. I think that you captured Kafka's bleak vision well. Ke... reviewed November 19, 2005
Méfiez vous des apparences Final Cut by VinceMurphy Romance
Good voice acting. Many nice small touches, such as the woman crushing the cigarette, with the subtitle, "Mea culpa." The wolf howl. The man clearing his throat when his date eyes the shirtless wai... reviewed November 19, 2005
Dawn of the Undead by Dov_Sherman Horror
Yes! I have seen the Undead grocery shopping. The film could have used a bit more tension, but maybe that spoils your joke. Your films rate high for originality. Please keep making these funny movies. reviewed November 19, 2005
The Thingy from Space by Dov_Sherman Horror
Best description of a movie in the "About" column. In fact, you could make an amusing physics documentary about this. Also, I enjoyed the screamer getting slapped, a little over-zealously, to calm her down. reviewed November 19, 2005
Space Voyages by 1024 Sci-Fi
The best part about this movie is that the ship's crew saw the attack coming, instead of being unbelievably surprised that a 5 million ton warship sneaked up behind them when they weren't looking. I ... reviewed November 19, 2005
Bad Bunnie Good Bunny by Jeriko2k3 Comedy
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Funny. Loved the last joke. Also, a nice sequence of scenes, that built the tension leading up to the fight scene, while also setting up the quiet humor of the love scenes. I thought the fight was ...
reviewed November 19, 2005
Priest of Passion by glucero0 Action
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Good attempt at a car chase, from a limited selection of available scenes. Also, I agree that the movie's plot was clear. The characters were clearly differentiated, and the humor fit, (the redhead ...
reviewed November 19, 2005
If Frank Taylor Wins by DeusExMachinima Comedy
Great line about voting against laws. reviewed November 19, 2005
All Americans Should Be Medicated! by DeusExMachinima Comedy
Funny, of course. Also, some good technique that goes unnoticed behind the jokes. Also...umm...have you considered going back on your medication? Is that where the voices are coming from on the sou... reviewed November 19, 2005
I can see duck peoples by 110178 Comedy
Original. Funny. Please continue to make movies. reviewed November 18, 2005
toujours la meme histoire by 110178 Comedy
Original. Many nice touches, like the close-up on the man's twitching lip. Please make more movies. One small complaint: the subtitles are too quick, especially when the letters are white against t... reviewed November 18, 2005
Night Of The Ocelot by Ardde88 Horror
300% better than the usual first movie. Fascinating female character. Please consider using her again. Sorry your sound didn't work, but the lead character was so slinky, and so out there, that I t... reviewed November 18, 2005
Freak Love by markof74 Horror
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Nice, original humor here, and a lot of work on the sound track. Every movie should start with, "Dum de dum de dum."
reviewed November 18, 2005
Street Wars by webberm Action
Great action editing. Varied pacing. Switching from close-ups of facial expressions to full fight scenes, and from one-on-one fights to group action. Loved the ending too. You always manage to mak... reviewed November 18, 2005
Return Of The Greys by webberm Sci-Fi
I see you're getting more ambitious with a longer, more complicated plot. Unfortunately, the timing of your sound effects got messed up, which really detracted from the experience. But I didn't dedu... reviewed November 18, 2005
The Lizard People From The Planet Scale by webberm Sci-Fi
Interesting choices. Not the usual storyline one finds on the website. I wish your movie could have been longer. I actually got interested in two of the characters and wondered what was going to ha... reviewed November 18, 2005
Space Wars Ep 5 The Empires Back Strike by webberm Sci-Fi
I liked the slap fights. More battle scenes should have slap fights. reviewed November 18, 2005
War of the Noobs 2 by markrichardbehenna Comedy
Good use of chicken. Also, you have a very natural-sounding writing style. Have you considered writing scenes with more than just the narrator talking? I think your dialogue would be more believabl... reviewed November 18, 2005
Noob Wars public service announcment by markrichardbehenna Comedy
Great idea. More moviemakers should apologize from a jail cell. Please keep the laughs coming with more movies from you. reviewed November 18, 2005
Killer by darksaw Horror
Well scripted. The story was easy to follow, even without subtitles. Good editing on the action sequences. As for the ending -- now that was a surprise ending. reviewed November 17, 2005
Revenge In The Night by darksaw Action
Good use of dialogue and sound effects. I thought the rain was a good choice, too. reviewed November 17, 2005
INOX Future Soldier by RSJ62483 Sci-Fi
Thanks for the tip about the retiring extra. But, hey, George Lucas mixed old robots with new in Star Wars. It's not a mistake. It's atmosphere. I especially liked the details of the red emergency... reviewed November 17, 2005
The Killer Robot (english) by Luckland Sci-Fi
Very funny. Great job with the sound and all the editing. I especially liked the dog in space. You put a lot of work into this. I would like to see your next film. reviewed November 16, 2005
Captain Nebula to the Rescue!! by Wolfgang76 Sci-Fi
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Very amusing. I think the way the space hero suddenly is alerted to danger in the woods, leaves his high tech flying contraption behind, and goes rushing off on foot to save the day, is perfect. Als...
reviewed November 16, 2005
Battaglia spaziale by Gildegaar Sci-Fi
?? buono. Molto bene. Di nuovo, per piacere. reviewed November 16, 2005
Gastropod by Muhmaker Sci-Fi
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Well, for story mode, the best you can do is try to tell a coherent story quickly, before all your actors go to Rehab. That, and do some editing. And the editing was good.
reviewed November 16, 2005
Saving Lil Betty by Muhmaker Action
Grim and gritty movie atmosphere, although you cheated a bit with the kick in the pants joke. (Well, who can resist using that shot?) I think staging the fight in the subway car made it more interes... reviewed November 16, 2005
The Little Red Chicken by Dorohn Comedy
Cute adaptation. Your Antonio Banderas voice is perfect for narrating fairy tales, too. I like all chicken movies, but yours was more charming than the rest. reviewed November 16, 2005
My Wife And I by Dorohn Romance
Great voice acting. reviewed November 16, 2005
I-09 by chaotix66 Action
Fantastic movie. Full of small details. Like the aliens in the spaceship looking down on the planet (and the commander stomping his foot in reaction to an explosion on the ground), then another alie... reviewed November 16, 2005
Knife In The Eye by idouble001 Comedy
Terrific choice of toe-tapping music, and costumes. Thanks for the fun. For the sequel, could you tell the actors to stop lifting the wrists of all the dead people? What are they doing, shopping fo... reviewed November 16, 2005
Jack Thompson Gets a Flower by juztiss Comedy
I agree. We must put an end to barely accessible sex. I just want to compliment you on making three different humorous films, without repeating the same premise and basic jokes in each film. I woul... reviewed November 16, 2005
Beuwulf by Angi Horror
I thought you did a good job setting the atmosphere. Nice, clean editing. And you managed to set the movie at night without having 90% of the action be too dark to see. You had me interested becaus... reviewed November 16, 2005
A Robot Spurned by Awakened_Yeti Sci-Fi
You deserve 5 stars for raising the bar for production quality, but there were also some very amusing jokes. Also, thank you for explaining how you created your effects. reviewed November 16, 2005
Waiting for Thor by Astrodog Sci-Fi
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Good editing. Your movie didn't follow the usual sequence of scenes that most of the sci-fi movies seem to use. One problem: your sound effects don't track right now that you've uploaded your film....
reviewed November 16, 2005
A Look Back by Shock0neThree Action
Very effective cuts back and forth, for the flashbacks. Surprisingly powerful emotionally. Amazing what some people can do with two minutes of film, while others of us are just playing with the chicken suits. reviewed November 16, 2005
Trip to Space by MaximusG Sci-Fi
Funny ending. I wasn't expecting that. I also liked the changes of emotions the hero went through. Good choice of face on him, too. Not the usual action hero type. reviewed November 16, 2005
We Will Adapt by swordless_ninja Action
Nice action editing. And the ending was much better with the foreshadowing, rather than just an unexplained suprise. reviewed November 16, 2005
Dirtnapping by Jonkerz Action
I liked the effect of the soft guitar music underneath the grim action scenes. reviewed November 16, 2005
Attack of the Space Chickens by TheRyuujinMike Horror
Lots of laughs in this one. Space laughs. reviewed November 16, 2005
Jungle Heat the movie by carllinde Action
Great atmosphere setup with the subtitle commentary. Believable dialogue. Good, quick edits and an astounding number of scenes shot. Very ambitious. You made effective use of multiple music tracks... reviewed November 16, 2005
Murder at Twiggys Mansion by sirgorto Horror
Good job telling a story without subtitles or voice-overs. Most people don't have the knack. Also, I'm glad you took out the fake talking and just used music and sound effects. reviewed November 16, 2005
Dark Horizon by jshan87 Sci-Fi
A more ambitious plotline than most of the movies have attempted. It must have taken a long time to cut all those scenes and voices together. I think you should keep up the good work. It was a plea... reviewed November 16, 2005
Reggie Mexico STOP THE LIES by DeusExMachinima Comedy
Very witty. Would you consider doing a political ad making fun of the liberal campaigns, too? And maybe a school board election? Go ahead. Why not make everybody mad at you? Whatever direction yo... reviewed November 16, 2005
Joe Anderson for City Counsel by DeusExMachinima Comedy
How can you not love a politician who threatens to kill himself if he doesn't win? reviewed November 16, 2005
Scholastic Films Intelligent Design by DeusExMachinima Comedy
One star for excellent visual technique, a second for Billy's face, a third for keeping the jokes coming one after another, a fourth the last punchline, and the fifth star because yours is the type of... reviewed November 16, 2005
Ninja Love by DeusExMachinima Romance
Funny use of the language barrier. And a ninja in high school could be the premise of a professional Hollywood movie. Or, Jackie Chan as the Majestic Panda. I think you deserve extra credit for wor... reviewed November 16, 2005
Transportal by crowseed Horror
This one could be longer. Have you considered a sequel? There are original touches in all three of the films you have uploaded at this time. reviewed November 16, 2005
My Zombie Love by crowseed Horror
Creepy. Better than the usual random zombies, killing random people. reviewed November 16, 2005
Reptile Invasion by crowseed Sci-Fi
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Deserves an award for Most Original Use of the Cradling Dead Body Scene.
reviewed November 16, 2005
They came from space i guess by Rennstar Sci-Fi
I like any film where the hero screams like a girl. reviewed November 16, 2005
Night at the Chuckle Hut by SlackerChris Comedy
Original. Short and sweet. And beautiful Richard Nixon. reviewed November 16, 2005
The Strange Stranger by SlackerChris Action
Amusing. Someone needed to poke fun at this. reviewed November 16, 2005
Attack of the Something by SlackerChris Comedy
Possibly the best monster voice acting on this website. Brings a tear to the eye. reviewed November 16, 2005
An interesting look into THE FUTURE! by Omegamale Sci-Fi
All your movies are unpredictable. Please keep making more. I am a fan. reviewed November 16, 2005
Revenge of the Robot by Omegamale Sci-Fi
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Has everyone had a boss like this? I like the way the jokes in your movies just keep rolling one after the other. If one doesn't amuse me, the next one will be along in just a second. My only (mino...
reviewed November 16, 2005
Collision with the Past by Omegamale Sci-Fi
Genuinely entertaining. I got a big laugh out of the button-pusher. Also, nice robot voice. reviewed November 16, 2005
Norm! by Omegamale Sci-Fi
A good pun deserves an extra star. Original humor is a pleasure to find. reviewed November 16, 2005
High Sun by Byrdal Action
Great editing. And you managed to show personal relationships and motivations in a short time limit. I would be interested in seeing what you create in the future. reviewed November 16, 2005
The Trap (directors cut) by Shinjischneider Action
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Great job matching the screen action to the piano music. You are far ahead of most people in that aspect.
reviewed November 16, 2005
Nightmare by DNR Action
Creepy. I hate watching these kind of professional films, but you did such a good job setting the atmosphere, and cutting, that I thought you deserved some praise. I also liked that you didn't spend... reviewed November 16, 2005