'The Calling Card Killer' by Unpronounfceables

Film name: 
The Calling Card Killer
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Genre: 
The Race Against The Clock Movie
Average rating: 
3.75
Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (6 votes)
8

This was really well shot and had a nice concept throughout. The team covered an impressive amount of locations and made them all look great, particularly the pier at the end. While it really geared up in the middle sections it felt like the dialogue between the couple could have been tightened and honed at the beginning and end.

9

Great short. Excellent photography, direction and editing. The story flowed from start to finish with a nice twist at the end. Would not disgrace itself on the world stage. I really enjoyed the movie and the team introduction, well done.

8

Good team intro, good script and a good performance by the lead actress. Due to the fact that a serial killer had been giving calling cards to their victims before death, our lead follows each instruction she receives to the letter in a race against the clock (time limits are given on each card). My only real problem was the massive geographical errors in relation to Wellington which happened throughout the film; 10 minutes to run from Oriental Bay to the Botanical Rose Gardens??

8

This film definitely won the heat, primarily for the script - something all other films in heat 20 were lacking. Wasn't exactly incredible but solid and very well executed. I'm just sad to admit I didn't see the end coming...

6

A race against time for a young woman to find her boyfriend.
This was an enjoyable film to watch, and the drama was well mirrored by a few light-hearted moments. Well done on the team getting out and shooting in a number of different locations.
I've marked this down somewhat because the ending twist was a bit jarring and unbelievable, also some of the editing choices were a little clunky.

6

The story was quite weak and I had little sense of a Race Against The Clock. However, there wasBrilliant cinematography and editing made this a lovely film to watch.