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Reviews for "Davedreams"

nicely done...

Very good - went along with the music perfectly...

Sundial responds:

thank ya slapstick!

Amazing

that was really imaginitive and new I really enjoyed that. I love the music too, from Donnie Darko, that's also a great movie. good job!

YAY

This reminds me of the short story "an occerance at owl creek bridge". As the story goes dated in civil war period, a union soldier is about to be hanged off a bridge by confederate soliers, before this happens the noose breaks and he falls into the river and makes a myraculous escape away from danger. He travels back many miles to his cabin where he is greeted eccstaticly by his wife and children and when he is about to touch her he dies, and we are takin right back to the bridge where he is now dead, and his body hangs off the bridge (his last second revolation is mearly a daydream). This Flash is just like it, and of course its sad but its reality. Also very good idea at using the bicentenial man soundtrack, (I reconized it immidietly from the begining of the movie). As for the humor i gave you a ten, why because it was ironic humor not laugh humor. Very nice

Very Nice

The sound was good, everything kept in sync...although, the motion was slightly slow.... in the begining....

It was nice, I liked it..... you're lucky, I usually don't like stuff.

Sundial responds:

thanks, im glad u liked it. it was slow in the beginning, i agree. but so was the music in the beginning

hmm...

...magical

Sundial responds:

Thank you...