the mumblings - can't stand them. I always tell people to turn them off and so should you.
the editing - some scenes was edited a bit weird, like when he's entering the bath and then getting out of the bath a second later. This could've been helped by fading between the two scenes.
the story - some events was confusing. If Sam didn't believe Rick was his imaginary friend but rather a complete stranger who had just broken into his house, then why did he leave Rick in the bathroom and waited for him to leave? Any normal person would've called the police.
the subtitles - due to the subtitles being white, it was sometimes very hard to read them, at times it was almost impossible.
Otherwise, I liked this movie. The story was good and the editing was good too, although not flawless. But then again, what movie is? I can't help but feel that music would've helped this movie a lot, but overall I think this is a good effort!»
It's All About the Imagination
Duration: 8min 07sec Views: 1 196 Submitted: 12 years ago Submitted by:
Description: (Side note: the sound slipped as I was uploading, but it should be ok) Sam Cutter is a writter for many Hollywood movies. He's happily married, and is living the good life. He is just lacking one thing, he has forgotten how to have a good time. When a old friend reappears in his life, will he remember, or will he continue to live his boring life.