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1-04-2010 @ 2:22PM
I guess I did not see the same video as the rest above me did. I appreciate the effort the film maker put in, but best ever....not even in my top 20. This was a very pedestrian and uninspired video. Blind remains the best wow related video I have ever seen, I rewatch it often. I have no desire to watch this again, nor would I advise anyone to waste the 10 minute run time.
1-04-2010 @ 6:11PM
For me, the passion and creativity don't even factor into my enjoyment of the movie, since I thought it was extremely well shot and it contained excellent effects, especially compared to other machinima videos, which often represent poor craftsmanship. I would easily put it in my top 10, or top 5, for simply visual mastery, even if the actual creative story was nothing special.I think I may even appreciate this more than Blind, even though Blind was an overall better video, simply because this movie looked as if the creator used the actual in-game engine to create it (although I can't be sure), whereas Blind was done by importing the models into a 3D program and creating animations and camera movements from scratch. This gave Percula much more freedom when he made Blind, even if it did multiply his workload by 10. So I appreciate this video because it is a successful and beautiful result of what can be done simply with the game engine and the limitations it puts on productions.
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