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Stargenx - Deep Blue Sea

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Mar 30, 2013 | 8:41 PM EDT
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9.1 MB
4 min 0 sec
4.23 / 5.00

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Rated 4.23 / 5 stars
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Deep Blue Sea. So deep. So blue. So sea.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

1. The CGI is god awful, the shark looks and acts nothing like it should.
2. The explosions are way too big, considering the sizes of the explosives.
3. Samuel L. Jackson was pretty good, until he got eaten by a shark :\
4 All the other actors were unlikable.
Overall, Deep Blue Sea is a waste of time movie and does not live up potential it could have been.

Stargenx responds:

Thanks for the review(4)! I'm sorry, we hired Michael Bay to direct the film, but by the time we paid he and Mr. Jackson, we had no visual effects budget left and were forced to hire the effects team that worked on Sharknado. Maybe if our investors had chipped in a little more...


Rated 4 / 5 stars

play it, then you'll understand, and perheps you could find some inspiration.

nice song by the way.

Stargenx responds:

Thanks for the review! Don't know if it's possible, but perhaps.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's a good piece. It goes up in a slow pace. And then comes back down with a faster pace.

Stargenx responds:

Thanks for the review! That seems to be the tempo, indeed.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I think you portrayed the vastness and the mystery of the deep blue sea very well. Somewhat cold and desolate too, which is great.

Small complaint: I felt that 1:39-1:40 was a very powerful moment, but then the two notes that followed at ~1:42 sounded kind of like a reset, which I thought somewhat halted the momentum you built immediately before that.

Stargenx responds:

Thanks for the review! I started with the sea and ended with the sand, there's a lot of blue and not much land, so I guess you could say it's sort of like seeing a shark and then not seeing a shark.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Love the piano in the beginning.... : )) and the gradual tempo changes. It keeps it interesting. I don't understand why but it feels as if it's missing something, like there needs to be something supporting the piano. (I think it's just the fact that this is reminding me of another song)

It's not overwhelmingly beautiful but it's very well written! Nice job!


Stargenx responds:

Thanks for the review! What song is it reminding you of?