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musical score for an entire video. I was shocked.The video itself isn't the best video I've ever seen, and the plot certainly wasn't phenomenal, but it was there nonetheless. I know many of you will bash it for this, but...Rosh is a major character. That's right, Rosh. And he's not as annoying as usual, either.On the good side: the sword/saber battles are, in my opinion, extraordinarily well done for a movie. As I mentioned earlier, the music is all original, and I actually enjoyed most of it. The film wasn't rushed as far as I can tell, so everything flows at a decent pace. Story material was definitely adequate, although not the best thing I've seen. For the most part, the camera work was good. Overall, lots of work went into this video - congrats!On the downside...I think the personalities of some of the characters were lost in the film. Some of the things Rosh and Kyle said were somewhat out of character. The end of the video is quite surprising, and I have to admit, I didn't like the last 45 seconds too much. A few times, the camera views were choppy or switched around really quick, but that was a minor annoyance.The biggest downside, though...no voices! The video is just screaming to have some voices added. I know it's difficult to do, but still, the video is what's screaming for it, not me. Subtitles are given for the dialogue instead...which is acceptable, obviously, but it'd be so much more enjoyable with voices.The author has also stated that if you don't want a download a 368 MB video, you can watch it on YouTube as well. Part 1 of the video is posted below (I'm sure you can find your way to the subsequent parts after each one finishes).~Dretzel
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