A slightly futuristic twist on the Oscar Wylde novel "The Picture of Dorian Gray" where a clone, not a portrait,... more
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As a filmmaker I enjoy all phases of production but am most fulfilled when the writing goes well....
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As a filmmaker I enjoy all phases of production but am most fulfilled when the writing goes well.
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Reviews by Bill T 37
A review of Long Story Shortby Bill T on 02/13/2007I have to say I was turned off by the synopsis but very delighted by the film itself. Be a salesman, keep quiet and let us sell ourselves (I hope that didn't come off as snotty, sorry). In pure cinema where the scenes take on a life of their own everyone will walk away with their own interpretation and that's the beauty a piece like this can have. So embrace the ambiguity and... read
A review of Bubba's Chili Parlorby Bill T on 07/20/2006I don't know how many films this filmmaker has worked on but I think a few more would benefit him as a writer/director. It's pretty by the numbers stuff, no real surprises. It's not bad filmmaking just a little stiff. The casting is especially poor, except for the little girl. She was the stand-out performer of the piece. If the material is easy to predict then the actor's... read
A review of Lawnmower Version 1.4, Tutorialby Bill T on 09/26/2005I'll begin by saying the voice over was excellent. It was well produced and the demeanor suited the storyline. Beyond that "Lawnmower Version 1.4" was too long. It was almost as tedious as the instructional DVD's it was trying to satyrize. It was a good idea and could probably still be funny if it was cut down to about 60 seconds. Technically this film is pretty good, the actor... read