I didn't fully understand this film until re-watching it in the heats, and it definitely improved.
Probably one of the most pure and honest "made by kids" films I've seen in the competition this year, it felt less like we were watching a movie and more like watching you all hanging out and playing make-believe during lunch time, and I mean that in a good way.
This is the kind of sense of humour which, in this competition, could take years to grow and develop, but when it does, and when it's backed up by higher production values, could make this team a regular finalist..
But for that to happen, you can't put licensed music in your film! Even if it is played on a recorder.
TITLE REVIEW: Space Battle. Of course, what else?