Didn't work here, but hey, I guess it was good. It kept loading and then sent me back to the PLAY screen. Then I pressed it again and it happened again.
That was really fucking cool.
To be honest, the only things I didn't really like about this movie was how some cliches of other Madness tributes were present. Those cliches I'm referring to would be the whole 'standing around waiting to die' and 'hearing gunshots in the other room but just standing with your back turned to the door.'
However, the movie was so beautiful in every other regard that those cliches are insignificant. I absolutely loved the scene with the first giant tearing down walls. I thought that was really nicely done and a pretty great sequence. I also loved the corpse-centipede thing or whatever it was. How it dove in and out of the ground reminded me of a few of my favorite Zelda bosses.
I also really liked how you incorporated FBF scenes.
Really great movie.
Yep, those cliches you're talking about are nearly everywhere, I've never really thought about avoiding them, without them it's a completelly different level of movie writing, something still far beyond me.
The juggernaut scene was a cool idea in the beginning, but... I though it's one of the most screwed-up scenes, IMO the execution could be far better, so I'm surprised you liked it.
this was awesome. it was a little slow paced, like everything was in slow mo. other than that i loved it. i liked how every boss had a gimmick, like the thing that grows bigger by eating. there should have been a return of the zombie serpent thing, like if it ate the giant faceless guy and attacked all giant and stuff. i want to see more of this. happy madness day.
Some of the sound effects was either missing or too late. Also action needs to be quicker
Why the hell is'nt this at the top