Nathan Wells wrote:
Let's keep this civil, guys. If you don't like the film, you are free to express why you don't like it, but be fair in your assessment. And to others, let's avoid antagonizing those who don't like these types of films.
It humors me that people are seemingly watching Woodrow Village's films just because they don't like them. If I had that sort of power, I'd have a million views by now.
Seriously, though, this is a pretty good brickfilm! I'm loving the soundtrack. It's not quite as groovin' as something like that of Twelve Bucks, but, it still stands out.
The story, like most of your other films, seems to revolve around a simple subject, and tries to build up to mainly one joke. I'd love to see you do a longer and more complex story in the future, as, I think it would be a bit more memorable if it's not over in just a few minutes.
I still think you could work on your focus a bit, but hey, your sets are genius. And the characters never seem out of place.
I'd like to think of this film as your Sgt. Pepper - trying something different in the face of the critics. Some people are always going to think your 'too edgy,' but, for the others, it's nice to see you pumping out films this fast. Keep up the good work, Woodrow.