«I agree with all of ya
i rushed this movie badly and it really wasnt supposed to have a lot of talkn just music to pump u up
i plan for more ANNIHILATION films and they dont have stories to them there just like a movie full of music and little talking pretty much
but hey thanks for your guys reviews»
«I agree with all of ya
«I'm afraid to say I only lasted four and a half minutes.
The opening sequence just dragged interminably. Long, long static shots, and various dislocated shots that made little sense. Then I realiased it was a pre credit sequence, so I tried again.
First piece of dialogue: "What have me got here?" "a dead body"
Couldn't face the thought of another twenty minutes, sorry.»
«Ok i see you put a lot of work into this movie but there where some problems.
In the beginning the camera was on the bank shot way to long the music would just cut off fade out with the music when you go into a scene it works a lot better then just cutting it off.
Also work on your charter a little more explain a little about who they are in your plot.
I agree with Johnnyex you have potential you just need to work on your scripts a little more.
And music choice to fit the time and mood of your movie.
Keep on filming.»
«Sorry lego, Im with these guys on this one.
It DOES take a lotta time to do a picture people are going to love.
I've been a supporter of yours for some time now, and as I've said before, those extra voices and tidbits are whats going to take you to the next level.
Work it out lego, you DO have tremendous potential, and you put together action scenes pretty well.
This film didnt suck, but you can do better.»
«A few things.
First off, you really should have used some more fitting music. This music would have benefitted from some authentic music from the time. Just because you like hearing songs, dosent mean they should neccesarily be in your movie. The loud metal music dosent fit a 30's 40's gangster movie.
Just a thought here also, I can understand wanting to go with the old movie tint, but with Windows Movie Maker, its just an ugly version of the effect. Maybe if you had gone all the way for a B&W kind of look, it could of been in the style of how gangster movies were at the time a la Little Ceasar or even the original Scarface.
Be sure to have more dialogue over the lenghty scenes. Alot of parts just seem like lenghthy artsy music videos, and the whole plot takes a backseat to the images, which we cant understand, and the music. I can understand with WMM you dont have much to work with, but you can always get a more sophisticated program to edit your movies with.
Also, theres hardly any plot, or script here. Huge chunks of the movie just go by, with the music blasting, and not one bit of dialouge.
I think if you go back, re film some sequences, get some better music and do a REDUX version with more Voice actors, it can be a good movie. There are always people willing to be in the film.
«Mafia Annihilation Review
I’m going to be honest here, but I wasn’t a big fan of this film. It dragged way too much and I didn’t really get much of a chance to understand the characters.
There are some scenes where it just dragged a little bit too much. The credits that reminded me of Rocky. It went for like 20 seconds or so. The blood effect at 2:21 should have been cut down to a second or so. So many other scenes needed to be cut a little more.
The conversation scene at 11:08 , generic camera for the critical talk… ummm… A little tip is to film the scene several times in multiple camera angles, over the shoulder angle, take out one actor and film a close up on the face and vice versa. The use of camera and clever editing tricks does wonders for a conversation scene.
The choice for music never seemed to fit. I assumed that this was based in the 1930’s and 40’s, from the tommy guns and the automobiles. I was wondering why is there rock and roll songs in a mafia film based in the prohibition gangster era. Also the music cuts very quickly with that flickering noise.
One issue that I will say the last time. I don't want to sound like a real pain, but what takes your films to the next step is having a few other voice actors in your films. I'll give you props for trying, but sometimes your acting sounds like someone in the next room is listening.
I'll be honest, it takes a lot of work to develop a script and a lot of patience to wait for the lines to come in, but believe me, seeing the VAs bring the characters to life is well worth the work and patience. If you need a voice, feel free to ask me, I don't bite at all.
You have a lot of potential Leggo, keep filming.
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