Reviews

  • A review of Trap Door Action
    by max sappa on 07/08/2014
    This was posted by mistake right? It's a promotional video sale (that doesn't sell anything)! I was expecting to see 'Trap Door Action' in a corporate amateur fashion website - and I am generous. Maybe on some specialist channel at 4am... Why is this even called documentary? Why is it posted to Trigger Street? Can you actually edit footage of a couple of 'models' dressing... read
  • by curtdarwin on 07/05/2014
    It was a nice try to point the problems with Christmas. Jesus and Santa complain about the lack of spirit during Christmas but you portray them as allies rather than opponents. Jesus demonstrates:Spirit, Love, Mind, Principal, Truth, Soul and Life. Jesus lived a selfless life willing to be crucified to help others. Santa demonstrates the opposite qualities. He is lie... read
  • A review of Sunset
    by curtdarwin on 07/05/2014
    I enjoyed your film. It was a sweet, innocent film, which was enjoyable to watch. It was better than most short films that I've seen on Triggerstreet.com. The lead male looked sweet and innocent guy who wouldn't hurt a fly. I found myself wanting him to get the girl. The female lead did a great job too. She portrayed herself as a kind and gentile person who would be good... read
  • by curtdarwin on 07/05/2014
    Chevrolet never had a better commercial. I wish you did more commercials instead of the dull crude they usually put on television. Everything in your short was creative, funny and witty. I don't really have anything bad to say about your film. Maybe add what features does the Chevy have that is better than the Ford. Guys don't necessarily like a car just because it looks... read
  • by curtdarwin on 07/05/2014
    I don't really consider this a short film. This is more of a rant about what you like and don't like. I didn't see the connection between Lincoln and the Civil War and how a southern soldier running from a battle to Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders pushing their horses overboard and the horses becoming disoriented and swimming to the open sea to men trying to escape Lincoln's... read
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