This is my review.
Hmm good use of the blur tool. Although I've had enough of the "space sim" era after playing such games as X2: The Threat and Freelancer this was not a bad flash. I did not have a problem with graphics at all. They were above mediocre but you could decrease the acceleration of distanced ships a touch just for authenticity. The style needed some work however. I appreciate the originality but the ships just don't cut it. They seem more alien then something imaginable. In fact they are a bit far from even qualifying as alienable. Increase "some" of the decals of the ship and work on the geometry so they are more symmetrical. Some of the wing structures do not make sense at all. I noticed some of the ships took a tri-wing plant, that was too Star War related for me sorry. Go with the original look of the biwing plane. A little like the Starfox ships yet less wings and reduce the sharpness of the wings with a flatter backward facing stance. I'm not trying to tell you to scrap your idea just improve a little on the planes so they look a little more descent. A theme song would incorporate well into this movie. Perhaps a title screen with the theme song playing then the camera slowly pans into the fray of the ships. Curse me and my non-flash skills :(. One way to add into violence would be to add blood near the wreckage of recently destroyed ships. Perhaps a man or two floating lifeless in front of the screen. I always suggest for artists that don't have high interactive points to just add a simple start menu it'd improve that greatly. It could've been a little humorous, perhaps have one scene in the cockpit of a pilot listening to Mr. Robot. The movie was really good but it did leave a sense of a trailer feeling. Add some dialogue and storylines and it'll qualify as good. One more thing I'd like to suggest is on the scene where the tri-wings fly forward and then zip to the right have a couple zip to the left just for added effects. Good job.