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The Final Shootout

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Oct 7, 2004 | 9:08 PM EDT

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While working on Bladed Revenge 2 I wanted to take a 4 day break and make something with guns. I decided to make a more artistic portrayal instead of holywood flip around gun'em down crap. This is portraying the last 2 men alive after a huge firefight. This is the realistic version of 2 people shooting out. No running around. just each one taking hits with not much chance of survival. It's not very long but I hope you like it anyway!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Oh em gee are you THE PAXTON GILMORE???In other words Lars the emo kid or Blake the Prep if so ....I love you ur soawesome!!!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

YAHA! I really like this one

Very cool, would have liked to have seen the site from the beginning, but still, for a quick project, i was very impressed. The only pet peeve that i had was that when the guy was breathing, his body disconnected from his neck.. kinda sloppy, but no big deal. Love the kill bill music, love the gore.. very well done, and i liked it a lot.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


a bit short, but i did like your efforts.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Quentin Tarantino wannabe

The guys in suits, the bloody gunbattle, the nice musical arrangement...

You're not going to be Quentin Tarantino. There are times when even Quentin Tarantino isn't Quentin Tarantino.

But the film was ambitious. I suggest you keep trying until you come up with something good.

N1TE-L1TE responds:

Dude I didnt make this to pretend Im Quentin Tarantino(who IS the master). I made it to showcase what 2 person shootouts are really like. I play airsoft alot and its really stupid how so many people think these kind of gunfights are matrixy, bullet dodging spectacles. I know there is a hint of Resevoir Dogs in the movie and I like that. I can animate alot better than this. I made this in 4 days and only concentrated on the gunwork and gritty realism.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice work.

I enjoyed this, and the sound clip at the end was a very nice touch. Somewhat artsy, but nowhere close to being annoyingly poetic.