, 201 months, post #1 |
This was quite a good movie. The best part was the old woman
talking to her brother before the swap of how the young girl will
just have to get used to living in her body and then after they had
tricked her into swapping bodies and her teasing her and then
walking out leaving her there traped in an old body.|
The surprise ending I could see coming and was a little bit unclear
but all in all its a must see for any body swap fans.
, 201 months, post #2 |
sigh...please, don't encourage stuff like this. while there have
been decent movies made on digital video, this is not one of them.
while it is a step up from the directors other efforts, it still
shows that when one tries to do everything on a film (write,
direct, produce) one or all invariably suffer (especially the
script). just cause you want to make a movie doesn't mean you
should and just cause a movie is made on a low budget and on DV
doesn't mean you can get away with filming a subpar script.|
From: Dexter Dickie
, 201 months, post #3 |
This movie is possibly the best out of Christopher P. Jacobs
offerings, and that's not saying much. Though his films get 'less
worst' as time goes on, they are still somewhat painful to watch.
They aren't as painful as those atrocious movies '4 Cheerleaders of
the Apocalypse' or 'Dead and Too Stupid to Know It' since Jacobs
movies take themselves so seriously that it's much easier to make
fun of the movie with your friends Ala Mystery Science Theater
3000. Yet when I watched these movies with my associates we felt
like we were being assaulted with pretentiousness with characters
(and the actors) thinking that they were either witty or
intelligent which they weren't even in the least. I remember when
watching Dark Highways remarking to my friends that "this movie
makes me feel guilty for ever wanting to have joy in my life." It's
so bad at times I can't even put it into words. And the movies are
JUST TOO LONG. For the love of God, MAKE A SHORT FILM FIRST! Refine
and practice your methods with short films so that when you make a
feature it doesn't insult the audience by making them think that
you actually expect them to sit down and watch some lengthy
pathetic movie. I hope the guy who wrote Hometown Assassins is
reading this as well. Seriously, it's great that you have dreams
and aspirations but don't make lengthy, boring movies until you get
the process right. You need to graduate from being an 'amateur'
filmmaker before you can call yourself an 'independent' filmmaker.|
From: Kelsey Jacobson
, 200 months, post #4 |
I love watching Independent Films and I just get seriously irate
reading some of these reviews. I saw Miss Mystic and loved it. You
can tell how much creativity and work went into it. Not to mention,
it was clear that the actors had fun making it... and I know how
much work Christopher Jacobs puts into each one of his films and I
have nothing but utter respect and admiration for him. His movies
are entertaining, each plot line is something totally different and
they are most importantly fun to watch, so that I leave the theater
feeling nothing but glad that I went to see it.|
As for Hometown Assassins, I thought it was extremely clever and
well done. Jonathan Hardesty is a new film maker and I think he did
a WONDERFUL job on his movie. I have nothing but admiration for
someone who puts so much on the line everytime he puts something
together. I know how much hard work and time went into his movie
and I think it all paid off.
I'd like to see Dexter Dickie hold his incredibly naive views to
himself until he can prove that he can outdo the two best
Independent Film directors in the state of North Dakota.
From: guest (InKpott)
, 177 months, post #5 |
Did'nt Neal Adams create a character by the same name as this one ?|
If so , it had to be with his comicbook group 'Continuity' . . . .
From: guest (me)
, 168 months, post #6 |
where can i get this movie? i would like to watch it, but don't
, 168 months, post #7 |
email the director, he probably has or can make you a copy|
From: guest (me)
, 168 months, post #8 |
From: guest (johnny boi)
, 25 months, post #9 |
anything new about finding a copy of this movie? it looks great!|
From: guest (4of11)
, 25 months, post #10 |
Someone uploaded part of it on youtube. Just search for "MM - F2F
From: guest (Johnny boi)
, 25 months, post #11 |
I saw it... And i would love to know if there is more|
From: guest (Pito loco)
, 19 months, post #12 |
Do you have a link of the movie?|
From: guest (Watari)
, 11 months, post #13 |
You can't get the copy from the director anymore. He apparently
died from cancer.|
From: guest (Stag)
, 11 months, post #14 |
I have the DVD. I tried sharing it for someone to rip it and
upload/share with everyone but that fell through (twice). I'm just
not tech savy and also don't have access to a dvd drive|
From: guest (Sora K)
, 6 months, post #15 |
Really hope I could see the full movie somehow|
From: guest (Dean)
, 6 months, post #16 |
Where do i find this movie Online??|
You have a link of the movie?
, 6 months, post #17 |
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