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Jul 4, 2003 | 3:27 PM EDT

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is Danny, Mwahahahaha this is funny!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice, but a few comments.

I'm going to assume you intentionally attempted to incorporate a Dragon Ball style in this movie -- which is awesome. The graphics were very original, but a few of the camera angles were confusing. Try slowing down the scenes. Also, on a few angles, it seemed too close to the character(s), and made it hard to tell what the hell was going on. I understood what you were going for, but it's not quite there yet. I'll give you credit for the nice attempt though. Also, a great way to enhance this immensely: sound effects.

You don't really need voices... you could just use like a "mmmph" and "arrrrrghh!" when the character gets hit or fires a shot. You could also play some (quiet) upbeat music in the background to liven up the scene even more, you know, maybe get the viewer's adrenaline going. Also, you could use some sound effects for the shots being fired (like using the sound for Samus's [Metroid] charge shot for the characters' shots), and for when they land on the ground, etc., etc.

Overall, it was enjoyable. If I had just evaluated it on what I saw, and not what I had assumed you were going for, you would have gotten a lower score. It seems incomplete to me. Develop the battle slower (by slowing the scenes down, making them last longer), and the viewer will also have more time to make sense of what is going on. I saw the previous movies. You should try to develop the characters, or at least give them a background of some sort. Otherwise, we have no idea of knowing how or why this gigantic monster can keep regenerating, who the hell this badass kicking his ass is, or who his friends are and what they're fighting about. A good story or some type of background always keeps the viewer more interested. You always want your viewer to know the story line after only watching the video once. For example, if you made a deep, intellectual movie, then a viewer may need to watch it more than once to get the essential truth in it, but you still want them to get the whole story the first time through. I'm sure you know what you can change to improve it.

Good job, and good luck.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


[randomly clicks buttons so theres some numbers and it looks like he actually reviewed it] dude, if you click where the dynamic text is all jumbly and movin and shit, you can delete it and type what you want ^-^


Rated 2 / 5 stars


Not one of the best flash i've seen. The graphics aren't really good and there's no sound. But it's ok though.