«Great humor, love it. »
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«1st. Sweet video card in the beginning. That's setting the stage for everyone, showing everyone how accomplish you are.
"You can't do that..."
Hilarious!! Dude came for more blood. The V.O's (like the film) was quirky like an old Sims commercial. The "Dial & Wait" humor played well.
Another great film from you mang, love your Live Action stuff. 5Stars »
«***** 5 Stars
What a unique movie you have uploaded to the TMU community. I think this is the first movie i have seen from you Joseph and i must say that i am impressed by your skills. To be honest i thought this was going to be cringeworthy when i first opened it, i wasnt quite sure how the movie would play out, but i found myself glued to the screen and enjoying it very much. Some movies tend to drag and when i find myself looking to see how much time there is left, it isnt a good sign, but with this movie i didnt look at the timer at all.
Very well done, you have certainly raised the bar as far as orginality is concerned.
Top effort! Well done, will be viewing more of your movies for sure!
An entertaining comedy - I loved all the martial arts moves and the way they were choreographed and edited. (Liked the last move - I felt that one!) When the communications broke down, there was an excellent live action recreation of the comedy hand-slapping fight sequence from The Movies.
There was even a bit of suspense there with the syringe getting nearer and nearer; would the automated response say the right word in time? Lol - nailbiting ... and the facial expression was priceless after that.
I think we sometimes do surrender our brains to technology. I think e-mail is an example - some people now almost exclusively use it, even in emergencies, when the telephone is a much more instant and reliable way of getting in contact with the other person (although you certainly wouldn't think it from this film!)
Nice stunts, and the voice actress had a very smooth, yet impersonal, telephone voice which was perfect for her role. She could get some gigs doing that!
A funny live-action short film.»
«Lol that was cool Joseph! I didn't realise what you meant by a 'live' film. I have a few myself. I'll put them on if I have the chance. I thought this was the same as the original so that's why I didn't check it out earlier. I prefer this to the Movies version because of all your crazy facial expressions. 'Give a nice smile to put him off guard.' - LOL! Thanks for telling me about this.
«lol good stuff Joseph:-) I like how you made fun of yourself by playing yourself in this flick:-) Nice use of the camera angles and editing to make this into a flawlessly slick presentation.I wonder now how much it cost for that phone call haha.Good parody on how people are helpless without someone telling them what to do:-D Sorry I'm late to pop-in and check this out.I've always enjoyed your TMO stuff,and your live-action is equally impressive:-)»
«lol funny film joseph, well done putting this together. It seemed to flow excellently, no choppy or boring spots at all. And good work with the fast motion to slow motion bits that made the punches look like they were actually sticking, an issue which is usually problematic for most fight scenes in amateur films. »
«Cute and very amusing satirical take. Fun action scenes (who's your stunt double). Its strange seeing a live action take on this. I kept thinking about how well it would lend itself to a TM flick and then how it would be very amusing to see morte live action flicks of tmo movies...if that makes any sense.»
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