Review of: Do it Yourself 

reviewed by Dodgeball on 05/21/2005
This short shows how much humor can be derived from the simplest of setups and sets. The opening gag with the pile of boxes and parts got a laugh that grew with the instructions in every language but english. I also thought the welding visor POV was a nice touch and showed some production value not usually seen in shorts of this size and budget. From what I gathered in the production notes you guys are shooting alot of sketch comedy like this. It's good work, keep it up.

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