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ZvG: Zombies Vs Gladiators, Joseph's test movie 2

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Trailor Review

Overall Recommendation:
4 stars
 
Premise:
5 stars
 
Story structure:
4 stars
 
Character:
4 stars
 
Dialogue:
4 stars
 
Emotion:
4 stars
 
June 15, 2014
Hello. I am a sophomore at Commack High School in Mr. Patterson’s “Film as Literature” class. Over the past week or so, I have read the script and watched the trailer to your movie, ZvG: Zombies vs. Gladiators. This is what I have discovered.
First of all, I would like to say I am a huge fan of “Roman-based” films and therefore greatly enjoyed your trailer. I can honestly say my favorite scene in the trailer was in the beginning when Caesar tells his brother, “I took the throne; I took your woman.” I thought this was great because it introduced to the audience the interesting and difficult past the two brothers had. This scene, in my opinion, acts as the base of the conflict, and is used so that everything after it can relate somehow back to the beginning.
However, one scene I did not like was the final scene in the script, when the two characters kiss during the sunset as the screen fades to black. The reason I did not care for this is simple; I personally believe this sort of final scene is greatly overused in the movie industry and therefore has lost its effectiveness as an emotional final scene. During my research, I have also chosen some locations I feel would fit well in this movie. For example, I believe the main location should be the Roman Coliseum; even though it is mostly rubble, I feel this location would truly make the environment feel as real as possible. I also believe a good satellite location would be the Nashville Parthenon for the scenes inside Caesar’s castle.
Overall, one of the things I learned from this film is to always keep family close… because even through tough times, I will always need them. I wish you the best of luck with your film.

Sincerely,
Matt Innella
 

ZvG: Zombies Vs Gladiators, J. H.'s 2nd Draft

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Trailor Review

Overall Recommendation:
4 stars
 
Premise:
5 stars
 
Story structure:
4 stars
 
Character:
4 stars
 
Dialogue:
4 stars
 
Emotion:
4 stars
 
June 12, 2014
Hello. I am a sophomore at Commack High School in Mr. Patterson’s “Film as Literature” class. Over the past week or so, I have read the script and watched the trailer to your movie, ZvG: Zombies vs. Gladiators. This is what I have discovered.
First of all, I would like to say I am a huge fan of “Roman-based” films and therefore greatly enjoyed your trailer. I can honestly say my favorite scene in the trailer was in the beginning when Caesar tells his brother, “I took the throne; I took your woman.” I thought this was great because it introduced to the audience the interesting and difficult past the two brothers had. This scene, in my opinion, acts as the base of the conflict, and is used so that everything after it can relate somehow back to the beginning.
However, one scene I did not like was the final scene in the script, when the two characters kiss during the sunset as the screen fades to black. The reason I did not care for this is simple; I personally believe this sort of final scene is greatly overused in the movie industry and therefore has lost its effectiveness as an emotional final scene. During my research, I have also chosen some locations I feel would fit well in this movie. For example, I believe the main location should be the Roman Coliseum; even though it is mostly rubble, I feel this location would truly make the environment feel as real as possible. I also believe a good satellite location would be the Nashville Parthenon for the scenes inside Caesar’s castle.
Overall, one of the things I learned from this film is to always keep family close… because even through tough times, I will always need them. I wish you the best of luck with your film.
 

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