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[2006] REBOOT 5

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Tetris pieces continue to cause death and panic in the city.One of the characters has a weird experience from his past(1st episode).

Lots of work went into this one! Let me know what you think!

THE PRELOADER works, don't worry!


Taking a two week break from the series after this episode, lots of work. Checkout how much actual movement there is on-screen at any different time. I tried to make it like a film camera.

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the part where the kids mom dies...went so deep...seriously...nice job i like it

JMartin97 responds:

happy you liked it thanks for the review :)


i absolutely love this series.

i know this is a comment wayyy late but coming from 2006? this is such an innovative idea. it really drew me in from the start. i love the style you do this in. not only that, the feel of the movies are fantastic. though the scenes are jumpy, it really makes this piece unique. i love the idea behind this also. you're talented, for sure! i definitely am a fan. =D

Stop Global Warming

See what happens if global warming continues. Tertris will fall from the skies and kill everyone.

JMartin97 responds:

People used to laugh at al gore before the tetris apocalypse.

Seriously guy.

Cocain is a hell of a drug.


You're a very odd person. And I like odd. Especially when it's accompanied by hauntingly good music.

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4.39 / 5.00

Jul 29, 2006
3:22 PM EDT