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1-03-2008 @ 12:25PM
Incidently this comment tree is getting very difficult to read now, it's all over the place. My above comment was aimed at Wyrd, and all those that seem to wear laziness like a badge of honour, your comment are worthless, and they are the ones filled with crap, and not worth reading.@onetrueping - I've watched the movie several times now, and tried to watch it, and analyze it without preconceptions. Even if you pretend the entire series didn't exist, and neither did machinima, it's still a mess when it comes to story-telling and very light on the comedy, while the editing and music are of course, high quality and impressive. The thing is, even if you took it as an independent film, with no preconceptions, you wouldn't actually understand a good chunk of the jokes, since they're in-jokes and self-produced memes from the previous two movies. The creator of The Grind reviewed it himself, and came to the same conclusions I did, an amazing showpiece of audio and editing, but the story staggers around like a drunk, randomly bumping into different pieces of furniture, and eventually collapsing flat on it's face, having not actually gone anywhere at all. You can find that review here - http://forums.reebosak.net/showthread.php?t=7283So if you won't listen to me, how about listening to someone who's made movies which are arguably better than Myndflame's work, and are even in their affiliate program?
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