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Little Fighter Alpha Ch.4

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Jun 14, 2004 | 9:02 PM EDT
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*Update* AHHHHHH! I can't believe it, daily 1st place? thank you for your support guys! This will encourage me to do better on my next movies!
MaxR: This is one of the longest movie I have made compared to the others. I made changes, like adding scene selections, and improved on basic things. I hope you enjoy ch.4. I will respond to all reviews!
AnzRage: It's been great working on this chapter. We are always trying to improve. Send us some feedback on what needs improving.
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Rated 5 / 5 stars


excellent, by the way, for the guy who asked wher's rudolf, he's at chapter 6. i watch until chapter 8, i'm a big fan of you, maxR and gang!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


you have the same jumpy music problem and, wheres Rudolf!?


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


This is alot better but still sucks a bit.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

HAHAHAHA!!! Silver_sword sucks!

Oh poor boy Silver_Sword....
You really don´t admit it that you are yourself Pinnicle and John Mazz?
Well, everybody who look´s ät they e-mail adresses sees that they have almost the same e-mail then you...
I say THIS WAS A ROCK`NROLL animation... It included even Matrix fight music... COOL!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very creative, skilled movie making.

I can't remember the last time I have seen a LF2 Movie that good. The previous LFA movie chapters were great and it is very obvious how each chapter builds on the other skillwise. Graphically, all of the character pictures were taken from the game itself. The backgrounds are also from the game. The background music is very familiar to game players and movie goers. Personally, I liked Heroes III a lot. I think that the music credits weren't put in the previous chapters, so I am glad that proper credits were given. The choreography is excellent. Instead of having just moves from the game, the producers went on and added many kung fu tricks from the Matrix and such. One thing though is that the characters should walk faster. It looks like they are walking on ice since the feet moving speed doesn't correspond with the walking speed. The movie has no humor in it at all. Though intended to be filled with fighting, there is no blood so therefore, the violence rating is marked only at 5. Overall, these great movies are good enough to put in a resume for the movie industry.