Review of: The Preacher & His Wife 

reviewed by DJBFilmz on 03/11/2012
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Elmer,

I keep getting your films and I don't know why. Can I just state that it's fine for you to not care about film industry and you do what you want. In fact I find that admirable, but in most cases it doesn't work.

This short wasn't actually that bad, but, it still wasn't that good. The editing was weak, the quality was horrible and the story line wasn't there.

On a positive note, the meaning behind the "story" was a decent one. But looking at your face from one angle the whole time distracted me. Not to mention that stupid music.

If you keep making films like this, at least invest in a small FLIP HD camera, switch up the angles, and buy a cheep lav mic.

You'll thank me later.

-D.J. Buchanan

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