'Strut Your Stuff Vic Meyer' by Cheeky Kiwis

Film name: 
Strut Your Stuff Vic Meyer
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The Musical Movie
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2.583335
Your rating: None Average: 2.6 (6 votes)
6

Vic has an empty life - as his sleep-deprived visions keep telling him. I liked the harlem shuffle type dance sequence. There appeared to be some sound issues at the end of the film but all in all a solid entry.

4

Rather Random - but a fun enough view... sadly audio issues really spoiled this for me and made it hard to follow.

5

Hard to have money and things but no one to share it with. Nice message. Also touching on Male Suicide and Vic asks for help. Nice.

5

Really quite random? This team was a regional finalist last year but this film is a big contrast to that, not sure what happened? maybe musical just isn't their thing. Overall the acting was good, some sound issues, the singing wasn't in time with the music, and the film didn't really flow. The best part of the film was the guitar song which was great and would of helped the film if maybe they used original music since they had such a talent but I guess as it is a 48 hour competition they probably didn't have the time. I thought this movie did have its good moments, some good shots, and overall good video quality. Well done Cheeky Kiwis! You put in a great effort!!

4

That opening guitar number had so much promise! But like all the other "songs" you cut them short after just a line or two. You could have taken that first song and used it to tell a back-story then tied it in again later when Vic was looking at the gun (which was a tad random by the way, didn't really fit with the story progression). Watch the lip sync alignment and as noted but others the sound at the end was low and drowned out by street noise. You obviously had a lot of fun making it though.

7

Very cool and fun movie. Vic's character was developed quite well and acted well too. The ending was surprising and had a good message. I think you could've cut a little bit out of the middle. It sort of looked like you ran out of time to do the sound properly but it wasn't a major in my opinion