lukemckoy

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Audio: 2/5
Video: 2.5/5
Story: 1/5
Acting: 2/5
Overall: 7.5/20
An interesting film, putting in comic effects and little drawings throughout was an innovative touch, as was the split screen showing the frustration of the assassin.

Audio: 4/5
Video: 4/5
Story: 4/5
Acting: 3.5/5
Overall: 15.5/20
Simple, funny, well shot, all over a polished film. Some fantastic ideas on how the man escapes but it felt like it didn't end, which was disappointing. The lead actor did a good job, it's unfortunate that the rest of the cast weren't up to his standards. One of the best films of the heat.

Audio: 3/5
Video: 3/5
Story: 3/5
Acting: 3/5
Overall: 12/20
I really enjoyed this film. It was well written, acted and shot, funny, with a nice pay off. It just reminded me a bit of The Cable Guy...

Audio: 3/5
Video: 2/5
Story: 2/5
Acting: 2/5
Overall: 9 /20
This was a film that I expected to be stupidly entertaining, with the mail-person doing her 'stunts', taking mail carrying to the next level. Unfortunately it didn't progress too much further, trying to make it serious with the drug cartel and the chase scene, which I felt took away from a fun little idea.

Audio: 2.5/5
Video: 3/5
Story: 3/5
Acting: 3/5
Overall: 11.5/20
A clever idea on how to deal with their genre. Reasonably well acted, with the documentary style helping hide the faults with camera and audio. However, there wasn't enough of an explanation of the disease, leaving many confused as to what was happening.

Audio: 4/5
Video: 5/5
Story: 0/5
Acting: 2/5
Overall: 11/20
Technically, a very nice film. But despite the beautiful transitions between night and day, the story was lacklustre, and I would have liked to see them think a bit more on what to do for the line of dialogue, to help incorporate it into a non-dialogue genre.

Audio: 2.5/5
Video: 3/5
Story: 3/5
Acting: 3/5
Overall: 11.5/20

If you ignored the audio faults, this was a good film, but not one that had you rooting for the main character to achieve his goal. The film felt long enough to be able to focus on the main character a bit more, and for a film that was quite serious, the joke at the end felt a little weak.

Audio: 3/5
Video: 3/5
Story: 3/5
Acting: 4/5
Overall: 13/20
Musical is the most hated genre out there for 48Hours. I felt the way they went with the imagined scene was a clever idea on how to get past a huge hurdle, and I was impressed by the actor playing Al, a very convincing drunk. A great ending, one that had the audience cheering for Al. Overall, very nice, but could use some polishing to make it great.

Audio: 3/5
Video: 3/5
Story: 0/5
Acting: 3/5
Overall: 9/20
For a school team, I was impressed with the production values. Of a much higher calibre than some I've seen. However, I couldn't figure out a story anywhere in the film, it felt much more like a segment of a film rather than a film in it's own right.

Audio: 3/5
Video: 4/5
Story: 3.5/5
Acting: 4/5
Overall: 14.5/20
A nice little film, well acted by the young boy. I really liked how they split the acts up, making us have to guess what had happened. Overall, it was done well with good acting, shots and audio, but didn't quite have enough to grab my attention and make it great.

Audio: 3.5/5
Video: 4/5
Story: 3/5
Acting: 3/5
Overall: 13.5/20
This team was given the genre Converging Storylines, and yet I could only see one storyline, which was disappointing. A simple idea, with some amusing parts and a couple of good actors, but the audio needed work, and I felt the end wasn't particularly strong.

Audio: 2/5
Video: 3/5
Story: 2/5
Acting: 3/5
Overall: 10/20
I can't really say what I would have done for tech-thriller, but I would never have thought of this. I'm not sure if they were playing for laughs the whole way through with the script and acting, or whether they got unintentional laughs, but the audience appreciated it.