"If the cavemen had known how to laugh, history would have been different."

- Oscar Wilde

Reviews

  • 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
  • by curtdarwin on 06/26/2014
    I was expecting a short film and received a music video and I was glad I did. Under the Montauk Moon is the kind of music I like and look forward to seeing your other work on Youtube. I have a minor suggestion and that is maybe show the effect the end of the season has on the people, do they need government handouts, how does the community help each other out in tough times... read
  • A review of A Random Chase
    by curtdarwin on 06/26/2014
    Your right, there is no story but you did do a good job at directing and editing was very will done for the thirty seconds. The presentation was done better than most short films that I have seen and looks like you have a talent for directing. I would like to see what happens next in your script.
  • A review of REDtest
    by curtdarwin on 06/26/2014
    Really, you had three girls just stare at one another and you thought it would be terrifying? There was nothing to your short. What was your premise? There was no Act 2. You just had a girl run down some stairs for Act 1 see herself sitting on a couple of couches and then run up the stairs. And that was it. Good luck to you in the future.
  • by curtdarwin on 06/24/2014
    You did a very good job on your short. Most shorts that I've seen are usually terrible but I enjoyed a Little Bag of Happiness very much. I don't have anything bad to say about it. I will say some minor criticism so this won't be a total love feast. When Abbey is nearly hit by Nicole, Abbey just opens the car door and gets in. There is no yelling at each other or asking... read
  • by Smythee on 06/24/2014
    This is protest film, centered around the BP gulf oil disaster. It starts with news footage. Sadly the footage goes on for so long that soon I wondered if it was a documentary. Overall the setup could have been delivered to the audience in a fraction of the screen time. The story dives into the consequences of a 'rush on water' at the local store. The biggest problem is... read
  • A review of Under the Bridge
    by MadAng on 06/23/2014
    I was unable to watch the video, not to sure why. I have all the plug-ins needed to watch it, I never had a problem watching anything else. It sounded interesting, kind of really wanted to watch it. I Might have to try again in the future. Sorry best of luck.
  • A review of Shelter by the Sea
    by paulcorey on 06/23/2014
    Hi, First off, I really enjoyed your short. The subject matter was interesting and the narrating poet was superb. My main criticisms are with the imagery used. I found the cutting to be too much. Longer takes create more of a sense of reality - I think the homeless guy's situation needed to be grounded more in reality. The images felt repetitive, but maybe that's what you... read
  • A review of A Chorus Girl
    by max sappa on 06/19/2014
    This is not a short film. This is a play and unfortunately badly shot and badly recorded/mixed. In fact, in parts it was incredibly blurry and the conversation was almost inaudible. The acting was (obviously) theatrical and not very convincing for me. Yes, it is based on Chekhov but it ain't Anton Chekhov to me... The only thing that I could save is the guitar at the end and... read
  • A review of Don't Say Nothing
    by max sappa on 06/19/2014
    I am going to be very direct with this review... The story is very simple and kind-a effective. Yet, it could have been so much better.... 1. The main actor sounds bored. Yes, it is the point of the movie (partly) because this character gets abused on a daily basis and so on. However, his voice is very monotone and really doesn't help... 2. The editing (video editing) is... read
  • A review of THE MAFIA TYPE
    by Smythee on 06/19/2014
    I loved this short film. I was hooked from the start by the professional action sequence and familiar tone of the gangster dialogue. The lead character was suitably powerful and cold. He exuded menace and attitude in equal measure. My first reaction to the twist from fiction into reality was not good, but I quickly got over that and saw a new and equally interesting side... read
  • by dougmattingly on 06/17/2014
    Although I'm not a big fan of stories of The American West, this short documentary was able to earn my interest. Regarding the subject matter, I wanted the filmmakers to focus on either the art and artist, or Ha-won-je-tah. It seems like there may be two longer documentaries wanting to emerge. If the focus is on the "Great Art" of George Caitlin as the log line advertises,... read
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