Not quite there
This isn't the best movie I've ever seen, but then again, it's by no accounts the worst one either. I think that the visual effects that you used over the metal track were poor, to say the least, especially as the movie screed didn't fit in the line "Comes the highly anticipated..." It sets a bad tone for the whole piece.
When it comes to the video, the music was too loud for the voices in places, which really let it down. Personally, I wouldn't waste so much time with producing a lengthy introductory video, that keeps going to a black screen for "directed by", "starring" and all that other stuff. You can get that out of the way in a few minutes. This looks more like a trailer, rather than the first episode. It doesn't really offer much of an introduction - if you were trying to make it look like a movie trailer, get a final frame piece, with a big promotional shot, some great graphics and some things like the traditional billboard print for who's in it and everything.
Still, something to work on, is always good.
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