The Strange and Unusual (Feature Critique)

Posted by on Jul 10, 2014 in Critiques, Critiques (Feature Narrative), Feature Length, Featured, Narrative | 0 comments

Joel (Tim Ross) is the producer of, “The Strange and Unusual,” a reality show that probes the mysteries of the unknown every week. When the show gets cancelled, Joel discovers he's allowed to do a series finale that people will remember forever. Armed with the show's star, Martin Luckey (Dervin Gilbert), and a skeleton crew, Joel heads to a small town in South Carolina to uncover a mysterious...

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Assumption of Risk (Feature Critique)

Posted by on Jun 27, 2014 in Critiques, Critiques (Feature Narrative), Feature Length, Featured, Narrative | 0 comments

Wes Riemann (Dan McLaughlin) is a numerical savant. He can predict your life expectancy better than almost anyone else—and it's led him on a fast ride into one of the most lucrative life insurance companies in the country. However, when a new colleague, Darci Bettencourt (Patricia Mizen), points out some shocking anomalies in the company, Wes discovers that there are some dark secrets...

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Oculus: The Man with the Plan (Flashback Critique)

Posted by on Mar 21, 2014 in Critiques, Critiques (Flashback), Critiques (Short Narrative), Featured, Narrative, Short Length | 0 comments

With the amazing new Oculus feature film about to come out on April 11th, it seemed appropriate for us to showcase the flashback critique that began the film franchise back from 2006. Some slight changes have been made to transform it for the current database system, and the links for getting new information on this film have all been updated. As a bonus, at the end, we'll include the bonus extended trailer for the 2014 film!

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Trane & Miles (Short Critique)

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 in Critiques, Critiques (Short Narrative), Featured, Narrative, Short Length | 0 comments

March 2nd and April 22nd of 1959, Miles Davis and John Coltrane teamed up to record “Kind of Blue,” an album that would become one of the best-selling jazz albums of all time and would mold the sound of most of the jazz that came after. Trane & Miles tells a possible tale of these momentous recording sessions between these iconic musicians from the fictionalized perspective of a post-life Miles Davis, who’s had some time to reflect on things and really focus on his most endearing memories.

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Romancing Sydney (Final Critique)

Posted by on Dec 26, 2013 in Critiques, Critiques (Feature Narrative), Feature Length, Featured, Narrative | 3 comments

This is the third and final critique of Anoml Mishra's Romancing Sydney. Elisa and Sachen are a couple in love; so are their friends, Alex and John, who have recently gotten engaged. Since Elisa's visa is about to expire, Sachen has gotten the idea to propose to her so that they can stay in Australia together. But there's one problem – Sachen has let John's constant teasing get the better of him, and, to retaliate, Sachen has sabotaged John and Alex's relationship in revenge. And even though...

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