drucifer67
Number of Movies: 7
Number of Winning Movies: 0
Average Rating Received: 4.21

Number of Movies Reviewed: 104
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 25
Average Rating Given: 4.39
 
Movies Released by drucifer67
Test Film Comedy Not Rated
No Description posted June 30, 2006
Achtung! Panzer 2 The Allies Strike Back Comedy
THIS FILM IS INTENDED FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY! A brief and somewhat silly demonstration of the new props which will be available soon in the Invasion: Normandy! prop pack. Special thanks go ... posted February 25, 2006
Achtung! Panzer Comedy
PLEASE DO NOT RATE THIS FILM AS IT IS FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY! (Look what happened with the Nautilus Tech Demo! ...not that this is nearly that good but anyhow...) This film is a demonstrat... posted February 5, 2006
The Legacy of Man Action
Homo Sapiens has been around for hundreds of thousands of years, and in that time we've perfected a few things--but the one we've truly mastered will forever be synonymous with the human race. A full... posted January 31, 2006
BladeSlinger Teaser Comedy
This is the teaser trailer for LoneStar Studios upcoming film, "BladeSlinger" Starring Willie Rob Thornbush. The full feature is aimed at fans of the original "Sling Blade", but there should be a lit... posted January 22, 2006
A Miracle on 43rd Street Comedy
Armando Shwartzenheimer stars as William Loomis, a jaded 30-something who has finally given up on believing in Santa Claus. Before this Christmas Eve is over, however, he may find himself rethinking ... posted January 6, 2006
Jimmy Two-Gun Action
A very simple, very sad first effort. Primarily uploaded so that I could test out the online interface. A one-star effort at best, but watch this space 'cuz I'm learning :) posted January 3, 2006
 
Movies Reviewed by drucifer67
Waste by Dulci Romance
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At just over 3 minutes, this one is short and to the point. Very intimate film--never a Peter Jackson humongous epic production with Dulci :) You've managed to evoke emotions here in a way that I'm...
reviewed May 26, 2007
BAIS 2 - The Wrath of Qwan by dfpiii Sci-Fi
Apart from a few choppy edits, I can't find a thing wrong with this entire series... Very funny, very dry humor, with phenomenal voice work (even the bad Ricardo Montalban was good!). DFPIII is a fo... reviewed May 21, 2007
BAIS by dfpiii Sci-Fi
Well-written...very, VERY funny...and the voice acting is just outstanding. This is a comedy everyone should see...hysterical! ~ reviewed May 21, 2007
BAIS 3 - The Sequel Of The Sequel by dfpiii Comedy
Absolutely the wittiest thing I've seen in a while. Ambassador *Ahem* had me laughing out loud, as did the lizard's dialogue. Very dry, very clean, very well-written comedy piece. Keep on doing what... reviewed May 21, 2007
The Gritty West by Tarison Action
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Although I watched the film a two days ago, it's taken some effort to get around to writing this review. The reason? Well, aside from that real-world stuff that always gets in the way, I've been t...
reviewed May 23, 2006
Awakening by Dulci Romance
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A very nicely written little piece, executed in the only way that could possibly fit the through-line, all tied together with a highly effective vocal delivery. This little film showcases two things ...
reviewed May 23, 2006
Migraine by Dulci Sci-Fi
I'me not a migraine sufferer, but I dated one, once upon a time, and what you've shown here on the screen matches quite closely the feelings she described when talking about her attacks--but in an art... reviewed May 8, 2006
For the little Guys and Gals! by pegleg Action
Solid satire throughout, very enjoyable. A nice blend of dry humor and those few outright laughs. I liked the bit in the western street especially, and the war sequence with the poor "little guy" fi... reviewed April 11, 2006
Roger Thong TECH DEMO by z007gg Comedy
I am in so...much...pain. This is the end-all tech demo...now that have the Roger Thong, what other demos could we possibly need? reviewed April 11, 2006
Tremble by Dulci Romance
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Nice choice/use of scenes to illustrate the poem. The poem itself was well-written, and conjured up memories of days long gone. Once again (boy do I get tired of saying this) your voice work was abs...
reviewed April 9, 2006
Girls Named Jane by postmodernchuck Romance
This goes far beyond what we've come to expect from TMO films. Everything about this movie comes together to make it just what it is--an indictment against everyone who commits the atrocities depicte... reviewed April 9, 2006
Dont Laugh at Me VO Edition by rjb2112 Romance
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First off let me say that this bears even more impact the second time around than it did the first---and it packed a wallop to begin with. The changes you've made here have improved the film in ways ...
reviewed April 5, 2006
Black Widow by Dulci Horror
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I can't believe you were nervous about how this film would turn out. This is a perfect example of how to tell a lot of story in a little time. The strength of the lead character, coupled with the wi...
reviewed March 20, 2006
Shine of dollar by James_Beckerson Comedy
A great look at how to make a formulaic western movie! I don't think you left out a single stereotype (except for maybe the annoying, quirky sidekick). Perhaps such a character might make an appeara... reviewed March 19, 2006
Foreigner by Tarison Sci-Fi
Classic science fiction. Here's s story well told, with good scene selections and a clever, original antagonist. Dialogue was somewhat sparse but very solid, and kept they viewers attention througho... reviewed March 16, 2006
The Carioca by sherwinliu Romance
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I am an avid fan of this studio. I have an image in my mind of the kind of movie Chat Noir Studios makes. This film shatters that image. Nothing deep, dark, or introspective here; a very quick, sna...
reviewed March 12, 2006
Happily Ever After by Dulci Romance
From talented people come exceptional films--no matter what studio flag they're flying. Double D Studios proves to be equal to (or perhaps even greater than) the sum of its parts with this initial ef... reviewed March 9, 2006
FEAR SHACK by kwistufa Horror
Pretty funny stuff! The characters are quite a mix. Not the most hilarious thing I've ever seen but pretty funny nonetheless...plus you get a little bonus for the excellent choice of props ;) reviewed March 8, 2006
Flying Me Crazy by Tarison Sci-Fi
Very well done. It's absolutely more than a tech demo--the tech serves the story rather than the other way around. Interesting premise, as well. I'd love to see this realized in greater detail--eit... reviewed March 6, 2006
Memories of Life - A True Story by rposhard Romance
There are about a million things I've thought of saying about this unique and powerful tribute, but I find I'm unable to say any of them. Anything I might type here in this little white box would o... reviewed March 5, 2006
The Afflicted by sherwinliu Sci-Fi
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Two minutes in, I knew I was going to be thoroughly impressed. The backstory paints a picture of a frighteningly believable future world. I have long been a fan of future-shock stories, and as a resu...
reviewed March 3, 2006
Innocence sacrificed by chocolatemouse Romance
Chocolatemouse does it once again: Thought-provoking, well-acted, expertly edited. A clear, straightforward story that is unfortunately based far too solidly on real-world truths. The voice acting ... reviewed February 19, 2006
Season of Bliss by Dulci Romance
Better than a reading from a Wendy's cup...but it was no Lounge Singer :) Still, there's plenty of feeling for a film that runs less than a minute. Nice---but unfortunately short. reviewed February 15, 2006
Demo Moon Set by ZebraHDH Sci-Fi
Brilliant, brilliant work. I had no idea sets could be made. I'll be digging deep to find how this is done! Thanks for the hard work...have a few VC for your troubles :) reviewed February 15, 2006
Wild West Bedroom Demo by MrOsterman Romance
I appreciate you taking the time to show what a waste of VCs this is. You really took one for the team! Here's a few VC. reviewed February 15, 2006
Faiths Journey Continues by Dulci Romance
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Another excellent installment! Good use of the summary scenes in the beginning--a smart move to help re-acquaint the viewer. Faith has a depth that many TMO characters do not. I'd also like to know...
reviewed February 9, 2006
Real Paranoia by MelonTheCreeker Horror
Excellent job in building tension, with a very sudden payoff to make it all work cohesively. Music choice was perfect, too, helping to increase the suspense. A perfectly creepy, intense film. Loo... reviewed February 9, 2006
The Cellar - Extended Version by Dulci Horror
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What an achievement. You set yourself a goal that was just too lofty--no way could the desperation of a deaf woman trapped in the cellar with a psycho could be conveyed in The Movies without sound or...
reviewed February 7, 2006
Deja Vu by sherwinliu Romance
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A fine film once again from what is fast becoming my favorite studio. Everything about this film worked, from scene choice and editing to dialogue to music, and all centered on a very solid, engaging...
reviewed February 5, 2006
Faiths Journey Begins by Dulci Romance
A great start to what I'm sure will be a fantastic series. The Bad: Voice work seemed a bit flat in places--nothing too distracting, though. The womanizing poker player's audio files could have used... reviewed February 4, 2006
Aegis of Therion 2 - Total Annihilation by erinnicole93 Sci-Fi
Superlative to all the other sci-fi here, including its predecessor. Clear and unique voice work, solid editing, special effects that shouldn't even be possible with this game, and an engaging storyl... reviewed February 4, 2006
The Trials of Explosivo! Episode II VO by madmatt7g Action
It's the amazing VO that wins the day here. Everything else about the movie is great, too, but the VO is top-drawer, professional-quality work. Clever use of certain scenes with unnecessary actors c... reviewed February 3, 2006
The Trials of Explosivo! Episode I (VO) by madmatt7g Action
The Bad: If there was anything wrong with this movie, I don't remember it. The Good: Great music...BRILLIANT voice work (I loved the poor bank employee who opens the vault in the opening sequence, an... reviewed February 3, 2006
Shadow of the Light - part 3 by sherwinliu Romance
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Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! Did I mention this was brilliant? An absolutely magnificent ending that I can honestly admit I did NOT see coming! Bravo! In the first two parts, I was astonished ...
reviewed February 3, 2006
Shadow of the Light - Part 2 by sherwinliu Romance
The second installment does its job well--it carries the viewer from the end of the first segment and leaves us eager to see the next! The Good: Same as with the first segment, the period feel is pe... reviewed February 3, 2006
The Invisi Horse by God_Of_Plague Comedy
Liked the idea, loved the VOs (although the knight did get a little grating at times). The greatest appeal here is the film's quirky nature--the characters are pure oddballs and the idea of an invisib... reviewed February 3, 2006
Shadow of the Light - Part 1 by sherwinliu Romance
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An exceptional period piece, and a story that compels the audience to see the next installment. The Good: Loved the sax during the opening scene...who doesn't love good sax? :) Dialogue was good t...
reviewed February 3, 2006
Secret Window Part 3 by robbiep Horror
A nice completion to the series. As true to the original as is possible with the game's built-in scenes and editor. I can see the effort that went into this. Well done! reviewed February 3, 2006
Secret Window Part 2 by robbiep Horror
Editing has improved a lot here over the first installment. The story remains true to the original film, which is no easy task with the game's limits. Nice work there. reviewed February 3, 2006
Secret Window-Part 1 by robbiep Horror
Editing could have been a bit sharper in a couple of places, but nothing too distracting. Nothing original here but then, you say in the description that it's an adaptation so I can't exactly citicize... reviewed February 3, 2006
Too Pretty to Kill by lemongreen Action
When I sat down here, I was really too tired to be watching movies. Should have been in bed. I was in no state to review a film--I was getting grouchy and I knew that I'd nitpick every little flaw a... reviewed February 3, 2006
Bibel Meets World Act I Far From Home by ATDI Romance
First the bad: Turn off the mumbling! You've made a couple of movies since this one and you've probably heard this by now, but the mumbling just goes against the grain of any movie regardless of whe... reviewed February 2, 2006
Helix 7 Trace of Life (Part 1) by Diesel3009 Sci-Fi
Great visuals, a very strong "real-movie" feeling. Voice acting was exceptional--could have been a bit louder in one or two places (I'm thinking of Almanza's first scene). Still no big thing though.... reviewed February 2, 2006
A Fairy Tale by Arawna11 Comedy
Set dressing was incredibly detailed...I can't imagine the amount of work put into it. New backdrops were refreshing to see and all were well-made. Voices were loud and clear and the English subtitl... reviewed February 2, 2006
A Demons Life (2) by Cronos02 Horror
Original and clever. Didn't laugh out loud with this one like I did with The Toilet of Doom, but it had some really good bits in it. Nice ending, too. Poor demon...wonder if he'll ever get there? ... reviewed February 2, 2006
A Holiday Message from the Democrats by Subjunctive Comedy
Funny from beginning to end...VERY funny! Took some great stabs at some people who just beg to be made fun of. Great stuff! I didn't take away points for the voice work, since you've got a disclaim... reviewed February 2, 2006
The Unbeliviable Story by Ante91 Comedy
Not bad. Mostly silly. Liked the applause...and for some reason the "randomness" of the goofy dijointed lines appealed to me. reviewed February 2, 2006
The Loaner by jamesking Action
Well done. Nicely edited, good choice of scenes, not many VOs but good ones... And best of all, it's clever :) reviewed February 2, 2006
Oh Its On 2 Tora Saru Bakuhatsu Plus Plus by mixmasterfestus Action
Tons of talent at work here...absolutely amazing effects work, and I LOVED the comic-book style. This deserves everything it gets. Incredible effort! reviewed February 2, 2006
Screen Test - Ship Size by Tarison Sci-Fi
This promises to be exceptionally nifty when it's done. You go boy! I'm looking forward to seeing what the community will come up with once the editor is on its feet. reviewed February 1, 2006
Street Fight One (Trailer) by kirkybaby Action
Good for a trailer. Your editing shows promise. reviewed February 1, 2006
Awakening - Chapter Two by kuroken Sci-Fi
The narrative is wonderul, although during the first few minutes it almost borders on "talky". Close, but not quite :) I suspect that one of the reasons it didn't seem so long is that I absolutely ... reviewed February 1, 2006
Aegis of Therion - Episode I by erinnicole93 Sci-Fi
My God, what can I possibly say? You've raised the bar here in a big way. I won't bother ever making a sci-fi movie for TMO because how on Earth (or anywhere else) could I come close to this? Effect... reviewed February 1, 2006
Harry Potthead and the Sorcerers Stoned by nathan113 Comedy
Fairly humorous. Good work on the character likenesses. Voice work was good enough but suffered some technical problems (volume in and out etc.) reviewed February 1, 2006
The Comedians Dream by leverclan Comedy
Definitely different! I loved the ending--he deserved it after those jokes! Best advice I can give is to choose your subtitle fonts wisely. The second gag was hard to read. I applaud your effort. reviewed February 1, 2006
Whassamatter by timewatch Romance
A respectable first attempt. The beginning seemed a little disjointed, and the bar right seemed altogether random, but once the subtitled bit began it became interesting again. It seems some things ... reviewed February 1, 2006
Colossus III Kyojin Akai 3 by Bluhm Sci-Fi
Silly, campy, random, goofy, funny, imaginative stuff. Loved your "B-17"...very clever use of existing props and sets to get your ideas across (even the grandfather clock). VOs were great, as was th... reviewed February 1, 2006
One Terrible Night by Flipmanburn Horror
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I hate slasher flicks. Hate 'em. There is nothing more predictable than a slasher, and there's nothing more insulting than a film that startles when it promises to scare. With that in mind, I watch...
reviewed January 31, 2006
Terrance and Phillip by clinteasywood Comedy
Let me get this straight...you took sound clips from South Park and used them to make a movie? I'm pretty sure this violates the Terms of Service, since it uses audio clips from what is no doubt a co... reviewed January 31, 2006
The Toilet of Doom by Cronos02 Horror
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I laughed out loud when the guy was on the toilet. I had no idea there was such a scene in the game...great choice of costume for the toilet creature, too! Lots of laughs to be had here! This is a ...
reviewed January 31, 2006
Creatures A Love Story by NghtStlkr Sci-Fi
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Good stuff! The bad: not enough of a good thing. What there was of the movie was funny, but the gags were few and far between. Yes, it's funny to see two grotesque aliens making out, but it only go...
reviewed January 31, 2006
Pillys Secret by BENDICK44 Comedy
This movie was a little...different. First, the bad: There were just too few jokes/gags in this film. I found the voices quite funny, and I got a pretty good chuckle out of the last scene, but apar... reviewed January 31, 2006
Deception by johnokinawa Romance
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This was quite a brilliant film! Very deep and very well done...it's rare that a TMO movie forces the viewer to examine the characters so deeply in order to get the bigger picture. Nice, nice work. ...
reviewed January 31, 2006
Rockem-Sockem Robots The Movie by Acquired_Taste Comedy
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Okay...you've done it...you've made a very entertaining short film about one of my favorite childhood games! Seriously, this is a really fun little movie. After playing The Movies for a month or s...
reviewed January 31, 2006
Red Sunday by kirkybaby Action
The story was straightforward enough, as one would expect from a war movie, with few if any surprises to be had. Technically speaking, I had two small problems--one of which you mention in the desc... reviewed January 31, 2006
the omegakill bob vol2 by tasmania11 Action
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Very nicely done! First, the bad: One minor technical note is that there were places where the music overpowered the VO and made it a little difficult to understand. But, with music like this, it...
reviewed January 31, 2006
First Time (edit) by mjtpopus Romance
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This was a well-written, well-executed little film. I must admit that my first thought was: "Romance? Twelve minutes? Oh, God no!" ...but you absolutely made it worth my time. The dialogue was well-...
reviewed January 31, 2006
Dont You Just Hate by FreddaH Comedy
Funny and creative stuff. The MC could have sloooowed down a little...but I managed to keep up. The quick-flash subtitle notices (except that girl there, etc.) were an especially nice touch. And t... reviewed January 30, 2006
We closed our eyes by chocolatemouse Sci-Fi
This film is stirring. The recording of Hitler, the Requiem, and the imagery all combined to make this a powerful piece. A perspective that was previously unfamiliar to me...very well done. reviewed January 28, 2006
Land Of Hope And Glory What! (Trailer) by rjb2112 Comedy
Greatly looking forward to it Guv! The trailer is a big tease! Give us more! reviewed January 28, 2006
The Lounge Singer by Dulci Romance
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Brilliant! Proof once again that content is not necessarily equal to length. In less than four minutes, we get a surprising (nearly shocking) story with a completely unexpected ending. The way the ...
reviewed January 27, 2006
The Revelation of a Beast by IchthusADMR Horror
Outstanding! Very well-written verse, a thought-provoking concept, and a nice job of putting it to film. This one deserves a high chart position... Other than a small technical matter or two with t... reviewed January 25, 2006
Repo Rescuers by supercozz Comedy
The funniest thing I've seen on this site yet! Literally a laugh a minute, and well-paced. This is a movie that has it all--gorillas, aliens, an idiot, talking animals and the undead. What more cou... reviewed January 25, 2006
An Afternoon with Stilton Conjarvis by boghog Comedy
The look was right...the editing was right...the VO was right...and the jokes were great! What a gem! This is the space where I would normally say "it would have been better if..." ...but I don't h... reviewed January 23, 2006
What A Rush by rjb2112 Action
I'm surprised I haven't gotten around to this until now. When I saw Le Funk, I thought you'd really done something...now I see an equally great music video, and as a bonus this one includes my kind o... reviewed January 23, 2006
Faiths Journey - Trailer by Dulci Romance
This trailer shows a lot of promise. Looking forward to seeing how the full feature turns out. Nice choice of music, too. The whole teaser was put together with some thought-- a trailer that harken... reviewed January 23, 2006
Hope by rjb2112 Romance
First and foremost let me say that I really like what you've done here. I have a few minor nitpicks, but overall this was done quite well. You managed to make it an emotional piece and even the bits... reviewed January 23, 2006
Hotel Heaven by mjtpopus Comedy
My only quibble here is that the final scene managed to run on beyond the place where it made its point. Apart from that, every scene was well-chosen and well-cut. I normally don't have much intere... reviewed January 23, 2006
Black to the future by joeyiscool Action
I hate to do this to anyone...ever...but this movie has absolutely no redeeming qualities. Voice-over work is rough (try to avoid breathing directly into the mic, for starters) Music is barely ad... reviewed January 22, 2006
Lense by FreddaH Horror
This is one movie that every aspiring TMO filmmaker should see. Everything worked--period. Dialogue, music, editing, pace, and storyline were all spot-on, and although I've seen other films that dre... reviewed January 20, 2006
JESUS VS EASTER by MefuneAkira Comedy
Okay, this was just outright funny. I have to say that I didn't laugh out loud (no film on this site has ever made me laugh out loud so don't feel bad) ...but I did SNORT a couple of times, and he... reviewed January 19, 2006
Dont Take Your Guns To Town by sorrow13 Action
First, let me say that I really like the way you've expanded on Johnny Cash's original story without mucking it all up. Most people tend to "reimagine" things these days, so it's refreshing to see it... reviewed January 19, 2006
Miss Simone Says by Prinzess Comedy
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Quite a funny premise, and well-executed too. Being from Texas, I have to say your southern-US accent made me laugh almost as much as the punchline :) Good stuff!
reviewed January 19, 2006
99cents by SamanthaRae8 Comedy
Technical: Sort of a leap from the street to the doctor's waiting room. There was no indication of a passage of time other than the two characters walking through the door--a little weak. Other than... reviewed January 18, 2006
First Words - A Learning Video for Toddlers by Dulci Comedy
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Every once in a while you stumble onto someone who has used The Movies in a way that's completely unexpected. When that happens, you just have to push all other rating criteria to the back burner and...
reviewed January 17, 2006
Keeping Your Lady by Prinzess Romance
The first star is simply for the voice work! Great that you got your mic fixed. Looking forward to more of the same in future films. Funny movie once again. I think, in all honesty, that it lacked... reviewed January 17, 2006
Tales From The Subway Phone Booth by TheWolfska Action
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Bravo! Apparently a filmmaker who appreciates the guys in blue...very funny, technically top-drawer, great voice acting and good use of scenes. Looking forward to more Tales from the Subway Phone Booth!
reviewed January 17, 2006
Le Funk by rjb2112 Comedy
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There is no force in heaven or earth that could ever, ever convince me to make a music video with The Movies. No way, no how. How very near impossible it would be to make it interesting, to make it ...
reviewed January 14, 2006
Every Christmas To 2005 by Cimmerz Romance
Suddenly, I'm not so upset that I didn't get my competition entry in on time. I never had a chance. A great concept well executed. I absolutely loved the circularity of the film, and the plain trut... reviewed January 11, 2006
A Heros Welcome by groove-monkey Horror
Just...wow. Emotionally powerful, an engrossing story and technically top-notch. A story that makes the viewer think, and a bit of a surprise. I felt like the detective's exposition was a little he... reviewed January 11, 2006
Space Wars Episode IV No Hope by James_Moore Sci-Fi
I hate to say what I'm about to say, since it looks like I'm in the minority, but I really just didn't think very highly of this film. I expected a parody, for one. The humor (which is your first ... reviewed January 10, 2006
Keeping Your Man by Prinzess Romance
Quite a few laughs in there! Highly original stuff here. I really hope you get your microphone issues worked out as it detracts from the film (but only a little!). Great stuff, and looking forward ... reviewed January 10, 2006
Subway 3 by Sleeves Romance
Fabulous. The mood of this is just unbelievable, especially for something created within the bowels of a computer game. I can't wait for the fourth installment. Bravo! reviewed January 10, 2006
Dont Laugh at Me by rjb2112 Romance
A film with a point. A good, valid point. I'm a huge fan of monkeys falling down stairs and such as that, but this type of movie is worthy of its own place here. I would like to see this explored m... reviewed January 9, 2006
Bunnies Against Rabbit Bashing (BARB) by sarunit Comedy
Good stuff. The bunny voice is excellent, and you've avoided the "gibberish" pitfall that's common to most people who stretch/pitch bend their dialogue. One technical grumble is the overpowering mus... reviewed January 6, 2006
Santas Innovation by Saskro Comedy
I also missed the competition...I had the same impression as you, that we had until midnight on the 6th. But, that's not the point. The point is the movie... Some innovative stuff at work here! Lo... reviewed January 6, 2006
WWIII The Clone Wars by leverclan Action
It was a little hard to watch...seemed like some of the scenes could have been edited. I'm also not a fan of subtitled movies, and lines like "why did I bring helium" could be made ten times funnier ... reviewed January 6, 2006
Subway 2 by Sleeves Romance
I've reviewed a handful of films on this site, but this is the very first to receive five stars. It just has everything--a great, original story, cutting edge technical work, spot-on voice acting and... reviewed January 5, 2006
Subway - The Reality Show by Sleeves Sci-Fi
Fresh and original work, with a powerful, well-written monologue. Sleeves is a master of atmosphere and mood, and manages to make the most of both. Voice acting is top-notch (although, the celebrato... reviewed January 5, 2006
TROOPERS - an Imperial Story by ranger21 Sci-Fi
Three stars solely for the effort and creativity involved in bringing a good semblance of Star Wars characters to The Movies. Custom costumes/skins and backdrops were well done--I think it may be som... reviewed January 5, 2006
War of the Worlds (PG-13) by atf11 Sci-Fi
I'm assuming this was a first effort, so I'll be as nice as possible. Voice work needed help. The foul language, although edited and truncated, was excessive. Keep practicing! reviewed January 3, 2006
If I Had The Stagecoach Set by Ratqueen Comedy
Quite funny! Love the music, and the voice-over work is excellent as well. Got a few good laughs (I especially like the subliminal message, and old grannys are always funny). Extra credit for the t... reviewed January 3, 2006
VAL by Saraqael Sci-Fi
Great edits, solid voice acting...top-shelf work. The story is by no means a new one--that one minor factor that keeps this from being a total 5-star package. A fabulous effort altogether. Vanessa ... reviewed December 29, 2005
Full Retaliatory Response by McCain Action
This little gem should probably rate a full five stars...and believe me, it pains me to take anything at all away from it. This is a very highly creative piece of work that suffers only in one area, ... reviewed December 29, 2005