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    I liked this entry very much, and thought the photography was pretty dang spiffy. It was a cool story and I like how the guy had been reduced from greatness to a Wal-Mart flunkie. Cool shot of him looking over his glory days on the wall, the storyline reminded me a little bit of The Incredibles.

    I liked the acting in general, especially the lead and red shirt guy (he's just too cool). I thought the lab guy missed the mark a little. I agree that the PVC needed a little touch-up, but that's just nitpicking.

    All-in-all, very nice work!
    John LaBonney
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    Superheroes are always a fun topic to watch a film about, and this one didn't disappoint for the most part. I think most of the acting was solid and I especially enjoyed the villain trying to seduce the hero to his cause. Good stuff!
    Derek Spear
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    i really liked this film! it was fun. the villain and his red shirt did a great job too. only thing i didn't care for was the agent/doctor in the beginning, he talked too much. the hero was well acted and cast. and the idea was cool. good use of a set too in the beginning, nice imagination!

    congrats!


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    WTF?

    I don't see this in Round One or the current round of Loss Fest...

    Where's it at???


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    you can watch it here now: http://vimeo.com/3728916


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    i really like the look and feel of your film, it really has excellent photography. from composition to lighting to editing, it was really a joy to watch.

    the first scene is very similar to the first one in my film - green bathroom, sink, pill-popping. the big difference is i wish mine looked like yours.

    the lead actor did a fine job, and what a good look he has. great for the screen.

    overall, great piece of film-making. i can tell a lot of work went into this. good job.


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