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Robot Overlord

Robot Overlord

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  1. Rob
    June 27, 2011 at 1:38 pm — Reply

    The Statue Got Me High is a great track, but I really like all the “Fingertips” mini-tracks!

    Wait… what are we talking about? o_0

  2. Frank
    June 27, 2011 at 3:26 pm — Reply

    The concept is seems OK, but the handheld camera ruins it for me. That has been done too many times.

  3. Jeff
    August 31, 2011 at 12:59 am — Reply

    I think it has potential, maybe a good rent though for me. I hate the theater today, too many people playing with cell phones, or, somebody behind you blurting out everything they are thinking, just because they think they are being funny. I just find that the movie theater’s should have security guards, watching to make sure people aren’t trying to facebook somebody. I mean what the hell is the point of paying money to not watch a film and play on the net through the whole thing, and ruining it for everyone else. I think that cell phones should be taken away and put in a locker until the film is complete. Sorry everyone. But every time I go to the theater I find that it just gets ruined by some stupid idiot with a cell phone.

    But besides my stupid rant.. I don’t think that the hand held camera thing is worn out. My point being is all the mission footage from the past in the Apollo missions looked like that. So it would really look silly if they filmed it with a traditional camera, and not hand held. Ya ya I know well they did it with so many films like, Cloverfield, Blair Witch, Paranormal Activity, The St. Francisville Experiment, and so on. Like I said above I think this film actually needs the documentary style, because back in the day that’s how the moon footage looked. Sorry Frank, but I disagree with you. I think by filming it like this they actually made it look like an authentic moon landing, and that’s what it’s about isn’t it? The title, if I recall is called Apollo 18 is it not? So why would you want to film it with traditional big budget camera’s when the film makers are trying to make it like the old mission footage, and real as possible. I just really think the trailers wouldn’t be as compelling and creepy crawly feeling, if it was filmed differently.

    But other than that I think the film might be about a virus? I really don’t know… But if that’s the plot, that’s cool with me. Seems pretty original to me. A virus film has never taken place on the moon before. I think that’s a cool idea, the feeling of where you going to run too? I think it’s cool even if it bombs at the box office. Who cares about money if it’s an awesome idea. My point is how many films bombed at the box office in the past and became cult classics after it left the theater?

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