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Tell Gordon Hello (2010)
The most intense film ever is fan-made!
This film is great! Sure, it doesn't reach the quality of The Dark Knight, but that would be impossible! For a fan-film, it's incredible! The movie is super-intense, sold by incredible acting and dialogue. Paul Louis Harell pulls of the best imitation of Heath Ledger's Joker that I have ever seen, and Zach Silverman sells it as the hostage. It never gets corny, hammy or forced, the entire film feels realistic and it actually feels like this is what the Joker would do in his spare time: capturing and torturing cops. It's an edge-on-your-seat thriller that I will never forget! If there was one thing i didn't like, it was that the loud breathing got a little too loud, sometimes overshadowing the Joker's dialogue, which is too neat for me to miss out on. Anyway, the writing is great, the acting is great and it is over all a great movie. 9/ 10.
Caught on Tape (2015)
An intense, dark, action-packed fan film that you will never forget!
The film starts off with a woman getting robbed by some thugs. The scene itself is shrouded in darkness, and the way it's shot makes you really feel the panic of the victim. But all of that changes when Batman unexpectedly arrives,knocking down the thugs and looking awesome while doing it. The next scene shows a bank robbery, with the robbers taking a hostage. However once again Batman takes care of the situation. First, I will bring up the good parts: The cameras. The idea of filming Caught on Tape by security cameras gives the film a claustrophobic feel, making the situations and action sequences way more intense that the other way around. The bad parts: The switching between the cameras (making it look like all one shot) becomes annoying after a while. I personally would have liked it more if the camera just cut between the different cameras instead of following over to the others. But oh, well, it's still a great film. The suspense is great, the action is great, it's a pretty great film overall. 8/10
A boring film, but it had some redeeming parts.
When I was going to watch TRON, I didn't know what to expect. I looked it up and decided to see it. When I did, I was bored. I don't Think I've ever waited so long for a movie to end. However, let's first discuss the good parts. The villain, Master Control, was neat. He was cool, he was intimidating, he had a menacing voice and he was one of the few effects in the Movie that aged well. When in the real world, the movie was okay. It looked promising and Jeff Bridges was pretty likable. However that completely changed when he entered the virtual world, where 20 percent of his lines were one-liners. And now the bad things: I'm sure the effects were revolutionary for 1982, but they look soooooooooooo dated when watched in the 21st Century. The acting turns bad as well, and we've heard the story so many times, or so we think, but then it gets so complicated it's hard to understand it. You'll probably like this movie if you like computers, but I didn't like it at all. 5/10.