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1-02-2008 @ 7:37PM
as someone who has never heard of myndflame or zan-whatever or even TB before ( actually that's not true i do know TB from every single other snarky blog post he/she has made) I have to say I enjoyed the film very much. It was funny and clever, and not at all of the style of that BaronSoosdon (sp?) makes and so it doesn't seem to make any sense at all to compare them as they are too different genres. It's like comparing theatre and film....or even an art house film with a summer blockboster comedy...though they are working in essentially the same medium they are clearly not at all after the same results.my guess is they just wanted to have a good time and then hope some other people had a good time too...I had a good time
1-02-2008 @ 7:45PM
Your guess is far from accurate. Myndflame bill themselves as 'Professional Machinima', and have for a while. They are award-winners (and rightly so for their previous works). They solicited thousands of dollars in donations as well as a rendering rig to continue to their project, and it's taken around a year and a half. If you think that was 'just to have a good time', when Gobbler himself has said this film has driven him to the point of insanity in it's production cycle, then you're living in a dream land. Machinima, serious business, incidently what's a snarky, can I eat it?
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