«What can I say that hasn't already been said? This is an incredible MS debut, in fact I don't think I've seen anything quite as well made as this with the program. The end was brilliant, both on your part and the character's as well. Seems like this could have been the final scene of an epic suspense film, can only imagine what went on before this movie took place.»
She and I are Us
«I didn't really understood the link between the title and movie, but I have to say that it was a magnificent work! By seing this, I'm wondering if I should not let the movies and go to moviestorm!
PS: If you have time, I'ved released a movie
«Brilliant. Very cinematic Nukester, and a great first outing with Moviestorm. It looks like you've been using the software for years, it seems so natural. The camera angles are expertly placed and the lighting is a key feature in this haunting piece. The music was very well used and fitted perfectly with the chilling perfection and clinical editing of the film. The vague and slightly mysterious storyline was a masterstroke in terms of the mood of the film, and really helped keep the viewer engaged, which is difficult to do in any film, let alone in machinima which is even harder. And the sound design.. God, how do you do it Nukey? It was flawless as ever.
Now going by the new rules I've set myself for my review format, I'm now supposed to pick out at least one thing that you need to work on, but I honestly can't think of anything.. Ok, I'm gonna be quite harsh, just to find ANYTHING to complain about.. You know when the guy says "Ssh!" and then there is a close up on his face and there are noises in the background? When the camera moves to look at the wall it moves ever so slightly unnaturally. There, that's it. That's all I could possibly think of to pick on after watching it and searching meticulously five times back to back.. Damn you Nukey for being so damn perfect!
Yeah, perfect. That's all I can say about this. Probably as close to perfection as I've seen in machinima. Amazing short Nukester, hoping for more Moviestorm stuff from you in the near future
***** - 5 stars»
Holy crap-ola! You have such a cinematic style to your pictures! This film is definitely making me look forward to your future MS projects, and...by showing us what you have just done here, I forsee some excellent productions with your future live-action.
You and I definitely need to collaborate on a project in the future. »
«The lighting sets this apart. One of my most frequent criticisms of MS has been the way the lighting is used, and was in fact saying something along those lines yesterday - basically many of us are so used to TM which does all the grunt work for us, that we don't need to think to set up great lighting.
You, clearly, thought. Fantastics lighting - I knew from the first shot of the house that I was seeing something special. Hopefully many treat this film of yours as their own personal yardstick when it comes to presentation.
You nuked it very well.»
«"Debut"? Do you really expect us to believe this is a "debut" MS film?!? The quality of this film rivals that of any experienced MS filmmaker out there (including those o the MS home site). Great animation (those eyes were SO alive), and the use of light and shadows (that final shot, literally, was to die for).
As to the story, you certainly left the viewer with enough hints to interpret this film in many ways. I always found it fun to read what viewers thought of my films, so here's my take on your film. *SPOILER ALERT* I think the final notes on the piano were a warning to the intruder, and perhaps even an indicator of where the ambush lay. Otherwise how the heck can she see or sense through a solid wall? There was also no reason for the pianist to play those final notes since the man did tell her to keep quiet. No other shots were fired after his demise, so I think the two ladies left together...as true loves. As the film description mentions, "Love is too powerful to define..." and gay/lesbian love is more difficult to define than coventional love. *END SPOILERS*
Overall this was an exceptional "debut", and I eagerly look forward to seeing more from the mighty Nukester, in whatever medium he deems to bless us with.»
«My eyes were completely glued to the screen. This had such a great mood and such a professional quality to it...I watched it two more times before even beginning to write this. Completely captivating throughout. I cannot wait to see what else you are gonna do in MovieStorm bro!»
«My first impression was regarding the high quality look of this piece. So resilved... miles away from ol' TMo quality. Rich tones and freeflowing camera work. Attention to sound detail and mix levels.
um... don't wear high heeled shoes when sneaking up on people... or... who watches the watcher?
Nice MS debut, you will rock this software.»
«What a sordid little tale wrapped up in such a lovely package.
Clearly you are the master of all software you touch, Nukie - Camera work and lighting were outstanding, as was the whole ambiance of the piece, from music to sound.
It goes without saying that I can't wait to see what you come up with next.»
«Oh man, I just finished writing a blog entry about leaving reviews that aren't just all praise... and now, because of you and this damn movie, I'm about to do JUST THAT!
What a great little flick this was! Reminiscent of Throwaxe's 'No Greater Fury' (different style, but similar story/plot). Brilliant camera work, brilliant sound design, brilliant music.
I really can't fault this movie, other than it was too short and I wanted more and more (ok, one negative: some of the piano playing didn't match the animations... and I was hard pressed to find that fault!)
Bravo, Mr Nukester!»
«Superb! The combination of warm colours, sharply defined shadows, and flckering light give a very modern professional finish. You've paid a lot of attention to the sound effects too.
This could easily be the opening to a much longer piece, although as a standalone movie it works very well too.
I'm looking forward to seeing what else you can do in Moviestorm!»
«Wow, what a debut! I love how you work the camera, the lighting is wonderful, the atmosphere, the music, the story which leaves so much room for interpretation - this short film shows how beautiful Moviestorm is - but I never doubted that you would be able to get the best out of it - a great director is a great director, regardless of what engine he chooses!
Hope to see more soon! »
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