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I'm not perfect, and I don't expect your films to be, even though I will tear them apart for their faults. I'm the kinda guy that doesn't pull punches with my reviews. Grow some thick skin, cause here I come....
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I'm not perfect, and I don't expect your films to be, even though I will tear them apart for their faults. I'm the kinda guy that doesn't pull punches with my reviews. Grow some thick skin, cause here I come.
Reviews by Scramby 111
A review of Can't See Meby Scramby on 04/27/2010Psychological pictures are some of the easiest to shoot on a minimal budget. They require little more then some funny camera angles, funky music, and a little editing to make people/things disappear to make them work, but, the payoff is whether or not the message comes through clear enough to reach its target audience, or, does it end up soliciting a bunch of "What did I just... read
A review of L'Omletteby Scramby on 03/30/2006Was the french accents real, or just put on by the actors? If they we're real, I apologize, because they seemed fake and somewhat forced, and I don't think they helped the dramaticness (is that even a word?) of the film. I think the acting seemed a little off for some reason. I can't quite put my finger on it, but it didn't seem natural. The camera work was fine, and the... read
A review of Janie and Bearby Scramby on 03/30/2006Short and too the point, I like that. I don't think I could have taken too much of the narrator's voice any longer. The funny thing is, the original little girl doing the narration would have made a much creepier narrator. I got a good laugh out of this little film, specifically when the little girl was clobbered with the ABC block. Good work.