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    Thumbs up Parodies/Comedies/Short Films/Horror Films!!! Need Feedback

    I have listed a few short films below that you should check out. Please watch.

    I currently have 9 short films/parodies/comedies up on Youtube that I would like to share. Please comment, rate and subscribe as you see fit as it is all greatly appreciated. I LOVE FEEDBACK OF ANY SORT! (as long as it isn't spam). My newest film is listed below, please watch and provide feedback. At the moment I am pumping out a film roughly every week and 1/2 so stay tuned. My latest video is below:


    BAKE IT (PARODY OF "SHAKE IT" BY METRO STATION)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QASNQEvYGK4
    A cooking remix of "Shake It" by Metro Station.



    Just a link to my Youtube channel for the other videos:
    http://au.youtube.com/user/JacktheLanky
    Last edited by JacktheLanky; 08-15-2008 at 09:25 AM. Reason: Change the displayed video and add my channel URL

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    I've edited your post to include one video in line with our guide lines - this isn't a place to promote your videos, but rather recieve a critique.

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    I changed the Guitar Hero: The Movie link to my latest video "Jack You! (What The Buck Parody). The link is in the original post, please check it out and comment and rate because I love feedback!
    Check out my short films/comedies/parodies!
    http://au.youtube.com/user/JacktheLanky

    Rate, Comment Or Subscribe! Any feedback is appreciated

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    Hard to do funny stuff like that.

    I liked some of the gags ( is your mum really ill?) but your delivery was stilted and a bit characterless and you spoke too fast for me.

    Looks like you were reading your script - mistake. Much better to learn lines and do it all in small takes and concentrate on performing.

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    I changed the "Jack You!" video to my newest film in the 1st post:

    BAKE IT (PARODY OF "SHAKE IT" BY METRO STATION)

    A cooking remix of "Shake It" by Metro Station.

    Check it out! Tell me what you think.

    Just a link to my Youtube channel for the other videos:
    YouTube - JacktheLanky's Channel
    Check out my short films/comedies/parodies!
    http://au.youtube.com/user/JacktheLanky

    Rate, Comment Or Subscribe! Any feedback is appreciated

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    So which movie do you want feedback on? You keep changing the link... Mark has given you some pointers on one and you change the link right away...

    Bake it... My biggest criticism - Your vocal was way too high compared to the music track.

    Quite liked the reverse angle from the oven... Had it been in focus!

    Maybe it's my age, (old fart alert!!!) but I just didn't find it particularly funny. Ho hum :(

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    I changed it to my newest one because the latest video is always the best because you learn from previous experience and if I get feedback on my best one, then I can only improve, right? If that makes sense...

    Yeah, I really don't like how the vocals are so loud and the music isn't, the actual fil is perfectly how I want it but for some unknown reason when I put it on Youtube the music becomes really quiet. I uploaded it a few times trying to even it out by turning up the music even higher in the actual video file but it doesn't barely make a difference.

    Thanks for you feedback.
    Check out my short films/comedies/parodies!
    http://au.youtube.com/user/JacktheLanky

    Rate, Comment Or Subscribe! Any feedback is appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by JacktheLanky View Post
    I changed it to my newest one because the latest video is always the best because you learn from previous experience and if I get feedback on my best one, then I can only improve, right? If that makes sense...
    I think the point Mark is making is that it is totally confusing which film the feedback refers to if you change it.
    By all means post new films but please start a new thread for each one. That's the way this section of the forum is meant to work - one thread, one film.
    Cheers
    Tim

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    Thread locked cos it is now a confusing mess.

    ONE THREAD ONE POST.

    And dont change the film...

    Thank you for using central services (brazil)

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