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--Thanks for all the reviews, guys--
As my first serious flash project, this was produced in the style of 1950's B-Movies. More specifically, in the style of Ed Wood. More or less.
Ed Wood produced eccentric no-budget movies that often featured irrelevant stock footage, bad special effects and other weird things.
Everything done in this flash movie was in order to get it as close to the real thing as possible. Irrelevant stock footage and all. With some of my own madness as well.
I thought it was weird with the buffalo and when the UFO shows up. It was funny when it played the village people! Was that village people in chinese?
I don't think I've seen a flash like this before
I really liked your use of images and animations cut from the game and used like sprites. The technical execution of that was pretty rough, though -- the perspective on the cars was usually off, as was their speed -- come on, a car moving towards the camera at constant speed appears to accelerate.
The static was a good idea, giving an appearance of motion to almost completely static backgrounds, but I'd say it looked too uniform and man-made -- you made it in something like Photoshop, right? Plus you left it out of the last half of the movie, where it could at least attempt to hide the low resolution of the video clips.
it was ok
it was ok nuttin new or interesting.
if the monster was better done it might have been worth more of my time
Not bad... you have one of the most common problems most flash authors have .. you make such an abrupt stop JUST when its getting good. Idk.. Nice job on the city, but this had nothing to do with GTA:VC. Graphics were good but everything else bombed. I'd reccomend a lengthier movie next time; also try sticking a plot in there ;). Better luck next time, man.
Great concept, needs a little originality though..
This is a really great concept, although I would have been more impressed if they had used live footage that hadn't already been used by Ed Wood. Don't get me wrong, I "understand" why the real footage was used (unlike some reviewers), I just would have been more impressed if you found your own crappy live footage to use in the Ed Wood style.
Also, I know how much work these can be, but it was a bit short (although it was funny).
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