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#1 10 years ago

Max Payne: Payne & Redemption - TRAILER SPOT RELEASED!...

Hey guys,

We've just released a new trailer to the professionally made independent film "MAX PAYNE: PAYNE & REDEMPTION". You can view it here

For those of you who are new to the production, please read up on the wealth of knowledge available at the official site for more information.

As always, all feedback is greatly appreciated! Especially if it's in the form of comments left on the blog. :)

Luke, Producer.




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#2 10 years ago

The only link working is the one in your sig. The trailer indicates the film may be above home movie level but doesn''t show much. I liked the games, might be interested in watching this.




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#3 10 years ago

No idea why the other link doesn't work...

Do these?

Teaser Trailer #1

Teaser Trailer #2

Also, you might want to check out the "Trivia" page here for more information.

And the film better bloody be "above home movie" level - It's a professional production made by some of the industry's best! :)

Luke.




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#4 10 years ago

Yeah those trailers are a bit better than the first one I saw. I wasn't implying it was cheaply made when I said it looks better than a home movie, but then you can't really ensure a movie is well made just by dumping money into it. It just reminded me of a movie project some students were working on for FEAR, but they ran into budget problems and had to stop production. I never underestimate what industrious film makers can do on a shoestring budget. The film Once was made with a budget of only $160,000, the two lead actors had no film experience, and it was filmed in only 17 days, yet it was very well done and won an Oscar for the main song in it. Is this filmed in the UK btw? I just rented the movie Hitman and though I teased a non gaming friend for watching it in the theater, it was actually better than I thought it would be. Usually movies taken from games are horribly done, but there are exceptions.