I can't begin to image what kind of time goes into a piece like this as I am not acquainted with this type of filmmaking, but it must be very time cosuming. The good thing is with the right software you can get camera angles the real world guys can only dream of. This piece was very lighthearted and whimsical, also nicely rendered. It gives you the sense of one thing then twists it at the end. I have seen similar things with different circumstances, but for a single person to do every aspect of this piece is to be commended. If I had one critque it would be a stronger story. And if you have all these abilities to get whatever camera angles you wish and you're not bond by real-world filmmaking, then you could make something truly outrageous and other worldly.
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A review of Gazillionby monkeman on 01/26/2006I must say, this film was a pleasant surprise. I enjoyed it thoroughly. It has what most films on this site are missing, style. The style, a sort of gritty and at times dirty and atmospheric added to the success of the picture. I liked the quick cuts and choppy editing, someone definitely knew what they were doing.The music worked nicely as well. The voice-over at times was... read
A review of Vampirby monkeman on 11/29/2005When I first started watching this film I felt like it had some good camera work, nice shots and editing, a very dark brooding feel. But as it continiued I waited for a story to unfold that never came. Technically it is a good, solid piece and for the budget, pretty impressive. I felt like the story could have been developed quite a bit more, giving the whole thing a more high... read
A review of The Noteby monkeman on 03/19/2005This one really got to me, in a good way. Very sad and emotional and when a short film can do that it's very successful. The black and white was the perfect choice for this film, it added to the feeling of isolation the young orphan was feeling and that causes him to reach out to someone, anyone for companionship. The soundtrack that accompanied was also a nice touch, it brought... read