«Glad you liked it salmar,
A Matter of Time
«Glad you liked it salmar,
«Thanks for the great critique, I really learn a lot from the feedback. I also wish I had more time to develope the characters a little more. I'm trying to do that in the movie I'm working on now. I've just finished the second draft of the script and am lining up the voice actors. By the way this one is not a western so well see how it goes over.
Thanks again Greg»
«This was well made. I love the small detail like the wind blowing the trees and the dust from the horses feet! My only critique would be that once the main character went back in time his personality changed to that of Wyatt Earp. I would have liked to see more conflict on him trying to play the role of Earp being an outsider from the future. Overall, this was very good. Continued success. »
«I enjoy a good Western, and this was a good Western. Well done! A very well executed film showing a lot of great technique and detail. The cast was good and the story drew me in and kept me there.
As a re-imagining of the events of a certain historic showdown, it sat well with me. As a time warp adventure, it also had me. As both, it didn't, though. The script loosely segued into a setup that had little to do with the first third of the film, and, for my money, didn't have a sufficiently gratifying payoff at the conclusion. That aside, both parts of the script had their stories, and for me, Story is Everything. So...what are we seeing here? A sci-fi adventure, or a trip into history? As a finished whole product, I could very easily see this on an educational TV channel. As an integrated drama though, it slips and slides a little. The main character goes "off topic" during his adventure, and we have very little focus on him, so the final impact is considerably lessened.
My other niggle is that there is a visual lack of confidence in some of the set scenes - too many cutaway angles and shifts. My preference would have been to let the characters speak their piece without having to see them from 4 or 5 angles in the one take. That kind of jump-cutting becomes tedious and distracts from the whole. The set-up of the climax needed more time and patience, I thought. It is the main set-piece, and the detail lavished on previous and ensuing scenes was sadly absent from this. A shame.
But, a very handsome movie, very well made. Congratulations!!
«Movie: A Matter of Time
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After creating his astonishing western, "The Stranger," Gregsin came out with his second movie, also a western, called "A Matter of Time." I really liked the syle of his.The way he sets the story up, and has the soothing sound effects was a very nice touch. The voice actors did a great job, expecially the guy who played Wyatt. I do hope that one day, if gregsin has the time, he could make a full length type western. First with The Strangers and now with A Matter of Time, I always feel like I want more. When I see the credits role up, even when e ends it nicely, I just think it is too soon! I would like his movies to be longer, with possibly more character developement. I would like to get to know the characters a bit more. I did like, however, the writing. The writing was really good. It flowed nicely. Then there were some sound issues. Like when a character talked, it seemed like he would say one more word, like go, but his word would be cut out, so we would onlly hear, "g". All in all, Gregsin is a very promising western actor. I would also like to see him tackle on with a new genre, to see what his range is like. B-»
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