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C Meets Mike Mussina

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Oct 1, 2001 | 2:06 AM EDT

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Not good

Not much to comment on here, you had an idea that could have been summed up by just posting the text of the heading instead of even making this. The joke wasn't that strong, most probably because there was nothing to laugh at, maybe if you used B i would have liked it more. You did add a sound effect which did improve this slightly but still it was missing a whole lot of entertainment, perhaps some more animation for the characters and a background would help.


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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


sheesh that was just one pic, and a letter c, you could have atleast put some more into it, i would have given a better score and review if i saw somthing more then just this...

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

These movies just give the "clocks" even more PR

These movies with "clocks" as the villain or whatnot really are not all that much better than the stuff submitted by the clocks. Movies like this just acquiesce the "clocks" need for public attention. You are making a tribute to them, not mocking them. If you truly want to *eliminate* these "clock" people from NG, just vote low on their movies. Hell, you fellas who are "anti-clock" probably also have a "clock" persona. Anyways...
As for compressing sound (I read Wade's review), make sure you check the box to *override sound settings* and set the compression ratio to 8 or 16 kbs (a CD quality mp3 is 128kbs compression).
All in all, my comments probably wont do much to deter people from making "anti-clock" movies, but I have to say my piece. /shrug

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Done1done1done responds:

Whoever said this was an anti-Clock movie? Right now, it's neutral... I mean, the Clocks may look bad, but it's all out of fun... This isn't anti-Clock. This isn't pro-Clock, either. It's neutral.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I can't wait for part 2

just don't tell me I'm like "private ryan" and die in battle. lol.

Done1done1done responds:

Ryan didn't die in battle... Tom Hanks's character, Captain Miller, did. And everybody else in the group, except for Ryan. Ryan's the old guy at the end that cries at the grave of Miller. Just thought I'd clarify that, and thanks!