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    You should be proud of the FX work...it pops. But, maybe it pops too much. Still, this is one of the stand outs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snodart
    I do wish the world (supermarket, etc) more closely matched the feel (art direction) of the other shots, but I know that take more $$ and time.

    Overall great job!
    So true! but that Action sequence bumped up the production quality alot if you ask me. Just imagine what they could of done with a decent budget... I say don't stop there... expand the story, get funding and stretch this bad-boy.


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    Oh we have been talking about remaking the story with everything it needs. We are going to start on rewriting the script after MsManhattan finishes her script for a project she has. Then I can build the worlds like a see them in my head.
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    Aram and Leslie,

    You guys did an awesome job. Great visuals and the music by Stephanie and Justin was nice.

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    Man I wish I could download this. Can't wait for the new links to jump back up.
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    i watched your film again and i can't get over the quality of the FX. many times fx hinder stories but in this case they worked perfectly and even seemed plausible. Very well done over all! Great concept.

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    Yeah pretty good go at the special effects, guys n gal.

    Looks like you had fun.
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    I liked this. I loved the marks rising from the city.


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    Hey, everyone, thanks for all the props. We really appreciate it! I have to say, I wasn't initially too enthused about doing a superhero flick, but once I found a way to weave one of my technological obsessions into it, then I got into it. And Aram had the whole fight scene imagined in his head before I could even finish the script. Da boy has some skillz with the fX -- you should see the difference between the raw footage with the green screen and the finished product.

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    Screenplay: A bit confusing but I got it at the end. Cool underlying message too.

    Acting: Pretty good, not too much acting was required as this was a more visual film.

    Cinematography: Really awesome, all the green screen stuff turned out very great.

    Score: Not the best, but it fit the piece, some places it seemed repetitive

    Overall: The cinematography combined with the really great effects make this film a winner for a Superhero film! I would like to see a longer version of this done with more backstory on the relationship of the villan and hero.
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