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    No way. This was awesome.

    I couldn't stop laughing. Brilliant.


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    Haha - like The Warriors - only far more nerdy. A good laugh. Some nice references.
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    Nice work Bill. As a Portland resident, I really enjoyed the dialogue, lots of little quips that take on additional meaning for those of us who are familiar with this town like: "Share the road"; the Portland centric groups- Blazermaniacs, Cyclists, Timber Army ... LOL! Thanks for the laugh!
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    I really liked this concept. Possibly the most fun movie out of the lot. I wish you had access to more actors to fill in the constantly battling stereotypes, but you worked with who you had, and that's what counts.


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    Fun film. Moved at a nice pace -- you didn't try to pack too much in, but it also didn't drag, so well done. Not a huge fan of the dialogue scene in the middle. Overall really well done with an ambitious energetic short


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    Thanks for the good words y'all and keep the critiques coming, as they are much appreciated and needed! I really wish I had spent more than $7.50 on this movie (The smoke bombs). I had so many funny and slightly too epic ideas that didn't come to fruition. But man did I have a lot of fun and I had a lot of support from great people and friends. I loved the work they all put forth.


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    Bill! lol, fantastic! You struck a tone and you stuck to it! Super well done. Your best work by far, color me impressed.

    The only scene that didnt quite work was the sit down and dialogue scene. I get why you needed it, though you probably could have made it happen in 1/2 the lines and screen time.

    All in all, a super short man. Battle Portlandia!
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    Thanks Shawn! Good note. I'm still learning where the line is when doing explanatory/interesting dialogue. It's a fun process experimenting and getting feedback.


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    Gulroc: I agree. More people would have been so much fun. I was actually trying to track down the dude that rides down the streets on a unicycle in a kilt and a darth vader mask while playing a bagpipe. There's so much material in this city, I might try a sequel!
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    Ryan: Thank you! One of my big goals was to simply give people a few good chuckles and fun stuff to look at. I may have to get a budget and beg for your services for the sequel! Can't wait to work with you again if the opportunity occurs!


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