Review of: Choppers @ Noon 

reviewed by LBarbarell on 02/27/2011
You got somethin' against old men....
... or maybe you don't. It was sorta hard to tell because, frankly, the ranting eclipsed the reasoning in this personal diatribe against... something.

I liked the shot which included the B and H Photo bag in the background. And my hopes were raised by a screen shot that led me to believe you were going to do an instructional segment on color correction in FCP. But, alas, it was not to be.

This film does manage to capture a true sense of bitterness. I give you high marks for that. But, if your comments had been more focused, more revealing of the nature of your complaint, this would have been more effective.

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