Yeah, we definitely had some audio issues. I've learned a lot from that process. I have never heard that the shot was too dark, and never thought that before. Interesting. Anyone else think the shot was too dark? and why?Originally Posted by Cryogenic Filmworks
Thread: "Nine to Five Ninja" by msconce
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06-14-2006 11:30 AM
06-14-2006 03:03 PMOriginally Posted by Jack Daniel Stanley
06-15-2006 06:16 AM
The stylized dialogue was a lot of fun here. I thought the last line about forest fires was particuarly hilarious, but then, I like random things, so what can I say.
The kung fu sequences were OK, but could have used more rehearsal. I mean, I understand we're not talking Peking Opera here, but when you shoot a sequence like Tsui Hark, you expect Tsui Hark performances, and your stars weren't quite at that level.
Also, what's the point of making the first half of the film so long? It really drags out the part we don't care about (his boring life) at the expense of the part we DO care about (his exciting ninja-life). The point was made by the combination of the title and the toothbrush shot. The whole office sequence was basically extraneous (although a little bit is funny).
I like your hero - I think he needs another movie to play around in.
Thanks, see you next fest.
-BenRed 143 - Viva Jannard!
07-06-2006 01:42 PM
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"Kid with Fire" here, well it sounds like most of you all really liked 9-5 Ninja! And thats great! It was really fun to film, and Matt is awesome! (And you to "scott") FREEEDOMMM!!!! LOL, Matt always had a smile on his face and has the patience I think you would need to be a great director. Isnt the randomness in this film great?! And when I watched the movie after it was finished, I was amazed! Mostly Amazed that the fighting scene they filmed a parking lot came out so...great! AWESOME WORK MATT! (and tall guy)
-Josh Borden a.k.a "KID WITH FIRE"