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Number of Movies Reviewed: 36
Number of Reviews Given that were Featured: 1
Average Rating Given: 3.72
Movies Reviewed by Filmeadair
Savage River by jimbowelcome Horror
Excellent. The custom props fitted in nearly seemlessly, the build-up was well-paced, but for the love of God man -- if it's not the full film tell us before we start watching! I'm happy to watch mult... reviewed June 16, 2007
FAR HEAVEN by cavaleras Action
Lo siento -- no puedo dar "review" en espanol. Asi, tengo que darlo en ingles. This was a very accomplished piece. The opening of the piece promised a cliched story of revenge, but you managed to con... reviewed June 9, 2007
The God Illusion - Part 1 by JazzX Comedy
Although it was well shot, this piece seemed to be missing any particular creative direction. First of all, staged "documentary" is a dangerous medium. In real documentary, we learn at least as much ... reviewed June 3, 2007
The gift by spartan05 Horror
...! reviewed June 2, 2007
Gathering Little Mushrooms by Babar23 Horror
The custom content was remarkably well used and the story flowed well. Well worth a watch. reviewed June 2, 2007
An african Tale by alutt Action
The single best use of custom backdrops yet, and the first The Movies film I really can't fault for running over 20 minutes. Beautifully shot, with a story that manages to fill out the time without effort. reviewed June 2, 2007
Kayna by Rik_Vargard Action
Brilliantly shot and a wonderful use of custom content, but I always feel completely cheated when someone puts a first part up without marking it as such -- when I don't see "Pt I", I expect an ending... reviewed May 28, 2007
The Legacy of Man by drucifer67 Action
Ah, stonking. A truly inspired piece. Possibly a little over long -- I think the point, while deep, is a little to simple to justify over 3 minutes. It seemed as though each scene was longer than the ... reviewed May 24, 2007
Single-Shot Showdown by biggstrek Action
Very technically accomplished, but the "single shot" thing didn't pan out as it should have. Firstly, the title refers to a technical feature, but it could have been the theme of the piece. Had there... reviewed December 15, 2006
Memories of the Rose by tysuru Romance
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I'd rate this as the best movie I've seen on TMO. The choice to use a narrated monologue was definitely the right one -- first up, dialogue isn't easy to write (well, bad dialogue maybe is!) but more...
reviewed December 13, 2006
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Dylen Horror
Irving's original wasn't really about the story -- it was about the words. The Movies just isn't flexible enough to inject the atmosphere that gets lost by turning it into a dialogue piece. An admirab... reviewed June 14, 2006
ADAM by ichthusadmr Sci-Fi
A very accomplished piece of work. However -- SPOILER WARNING: The ending seemed at odds with what came before it. Listen again to the reason given in the conference for ending the project -- fair en... reviewed May 6, 2006
The Other Dimension by johnokinawa Romance
Good, but not brilliant. I know this is going to sound odd given the nature of the movie, but it seemed too incoherent. The transition from reality to surreality just didn't flow. The lines about the ... reviewed April 25, 2006
DEATH by ranger21 Action
High on style, short on substance. At certain points the "comic" effects seemed slightly overplayed at points, and they broke the flow of the piece to a certain extent. When I saw "Level 1", I thought... reviewed April 23, 2006
Final Night by biggstrek Horror
I've naught against good poetry But this seemed like Dr Seuss to me. The atmosphere was rendered flat By expecting to see the Cat in The Hat. Furthermore, the rhyme was a bit half-hearted with a lot ... reviewed April 23, 2006
Single In The City by biggstrek Comedy
Enjoyable, but I agree with some of the opinions already posted -- too predictable to earn that fifth star. reviewed April 23, 2006
Rewind Effect Demo by kevinduh Action
I don't think this works as a "rewind" per se. As you can't slice individual scenes there will always be partial forward motion. You did put it to good use with the custom titles, for a horror "jumpy... reviewed April 17, 2006
Am Ende der Distanz by Meowan Romance
Excellent. Isn't it funny how all the best films use a single voice? reviewed April 12, 2006
The Art of Self Loathing by goodvilleproductions Romance
Fantastic! The author really seems to have grasped the limitations of the medium and has made a strong narrative short film, rather than trying to make a Hollywood flick in miniature. The voicetrack ... reviewed April 11, 2006
BODY TALKS ! Overture by cavaleras Sci-Fi
Well, I couldn't make out much of the VOs (más distorsioné para este escosez!) but brilliantly put together. It's difficult to hold someone's interest for an 8 minute film, but you managed to throw in... reviewed April 8, 2006
Blackbird by silver_fox_studios Action
Wow. Wowowowowowow. I didn't read the blurb so the whole thing was pretty unexpected. Psychedelic stuff, pretty deep and creatively shot. I haven't seen better on this site yet. reviewed March 30, 2006
Happily Ever After by Dulci Romance
I feel a bit cheated, to be honest. Nothing really happened -- nothing changed. Within the first minute we knew that she wasn't happy (and we already suspected as much from the blurb)... so what was t... reviewed March 30, 2006
The Family Name by unkapu Action
Passable, but hampered by discontinuities (one character with 3 completely different appearances). No major plot devices. reviewed March 26, 2006
Charlotte The Starlet by jayvee73uk Romance
I couldn't really tell what it was supposed to be about. Why did they meet? What did they achieve by meeting? reviewed March 26, 2006
Sweet Dreams by SittingDuck Romance
SPOILER ALERT! That was kind of funny, but it didn't really have a point/direction. What "agent" is responsible for the final scene? Why did it happen? I would suggest splicing in a scene of the two ... reviewed February 27, 2006
Lovemaking 101 by Mamboprincess Romance
Slightly diverting, but no plot, no twist... no real sense of purpose. reviewed February 27, 2006
Bara col morto by GoWeskerMXGT Horror
Despite the lack of dialogue, there's a nice progression developing in this film. (Although I don't know how much of that was random and how much due to your modifications.) However, it is marred by ... reviewed February 27, 2006
The Bite by justyn725 Action
I'm sorry -- I've nothing against silent movies, but I couldn't discern any plot progression in this film. I wouldn't advise anyone to bother downloading this. reviewed February 27, 2006
Harry Bajiina by BENDICK44 Comedy
That worked fairly well. I'd say you made a good decision to work with an issue close to home -- it's so much easier to write about someone/something that you understand. (But it may be worth putting ... reviewed February 25, 2006
Holly And Ivy by EricCottle Romance
How can this be a hot pick? There's no plot, there's no art; no social commentary, no furtherance of any idea or cause. It seems like a teen fantasy spread out into pixels. If anyone thinks I'm missin... reviewed February 24, 2006
Le fric by mikk0112 Action
Unlike many of the films on this site, Le Fric is a true short film -- not an attempt to condense a full-length feature into five minutes. The plot builds convincingly before hitting you with a twist... reviewed February 24, 2006
Dreamtown by Rik_Vargard Action
I don't like rating "part 1"s because I can't judge the story. However, as a part 1 this does it's job brilliantly. I want to see more. The elements of the bizarre could have destroyed the piece, but... reviewed February 24, 2006
Innocence sacrificed by chocolatemouse Romance
Very delicately done, although the last scene feels slightly clumsy. The best film I've seen on the site to date, and I will definitely be looking up your other films. reviewed February 23, 2006
Vietnam by birdplop13 Action
So many reviews praise your excellent battle scenes -- but this film is just a single battle scene. It's very well produced, but there's no story. How about starting with some scenes of one or two of ... reviewed February 17, 2006
Man who cant sing by hungryneville Comedy
Cute, but basically insubstantial. reviewed February 17, 2006
Freedom is no Crime by SeRig Sci-Fi
I couldn't follow this film. Several of the voices were too similar so I couldn't work out who was who about halfway in. Sorry -- the plot and editing are good, but it's just too difficult to watch. reviewed February 15, 2006