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    I did like how the teacher was 'killed' though it gave me a chuckle.
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    That was a fun BTS. Awesome poster. Love the CGI design of the robot.


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    I thought this was a great and fun kids film. I think you made the right decision to go over the top and it worked. Everything worked really good and I liked the effects. The acting could have been better, but it worked anyway and there were a few times when I laughed. I know how hard it must have been to get this going and incorporate the CGI in here, so kudos to you big time.


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    It's hard to work with one child actor. You worked with several, so props. Their acting overall however wasn't as good and the teacher was worse. He should have upped the acting, but he brought it down even more.

    I liked the line, "I did sixth grade twice..." that made me laugh. I know you put a lot of work into the CG so I'm not really going to chop you on that, but it could have been maybe simpler. With not-so-good-dialogue there wasn't enough witty exchange with the kids and they didn't behave like kids (on the whole). It seemed too rehearsed.

    Twist ending with teacher-bot, nice touch. I did not see that coming. I would have liked hints to foreshadow that but there weren't any. End joke about Arnold was cute. It was entertaining but on the low end instead of the high end.
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    Well I sorta kinda liked it for some reason. Not sure about the acting but I loved the cg for the most part. Good show.





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    Cute flick. The kids sold it. The animation killed it. I can't imagine the work that went into this between kids and 3D rendering... You should win an award for being that patient. About the animation, it's really hard to compete with kids in high school coming out with District 9 level of brilliance, but I give you marks for trying. A familiar twist end from scriptfest, can't copyright ideas. I didn't understand what the Arnold line was all about. The kids were great.
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