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enemy contact - part 1

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May 8, 2007 | 4:34 PM EDT

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lala, something strange going on in the desert... lala
i hate writing these comments of my own movies...

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Lord-ian22Lord-ian22

Rated 4 / 5 stars

hmm

I enjoyed this very much. A nice beginning and it keeps your excitement going because you never get bored. You always want to know what is going to happen next. That's a very good quality because few artists are able to do that. Nice work. But one complaint, isn't it time you post part 2 soon? I mean come on, these reviews are from may, get going already


hatestartrek responds:

yeah, i know, but the second instalment should be out this week, (finishing of).

glad your liked it


flash-reviewerflash-reviewer

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A very good introduction

Well done, I thought that that was a very very good introduction which suggests that the next installments should be very good.
Although the flash included stick figures - which can ruin a flash - this was an exception. Had you used people, then the flash would have been even better, but I appreciate the fact that it would have been very hard. But possibly something to work on?
The first scene was very good - I presume we will find out more about it later but it gets the viewer's interest straight away - well done! That, twinned with the report we are shown hightens the anticipation.
What was also very nifty was the use of music whilst the stick figure was walking through the light (and the change of colour was great too) - that was a nice scene. THe slow pace of it again was rather tantalising - I wanted them to get out and see what happened to Bravo!
The ending 'shot' of them on the helipad was a great way to end as it sets the stage nicely for the next installment.
As to the next episode: Do not make it cheesy - far too many potentially good flashes are ruined by crummy voices/acting and plot lines/devices. Avoiding the macho voice and attitude would be a useful method - their unrealistic and, dare I say, stupid. Avoid sacrificing the nice ways you made that flash (as stated above) for action, note how nothing really happened in this one and it is still amazing. If you concentrate on action rather than skill, it runs the risk of becoming "one of those submissions" that we all know too well.
I really want this to be a good series for you and everyone, so keep up the great work!
p.s. the weapons were drawn a bit crudely. Hope this helped,



Rockineagle10Rockineagle10

Rated 4 / 5 stars

pretty sweet

pretty sweet, can't wait for next one