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#1 scott karos

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 01:40 PM

Remember the good ol' days when dogs didn't know how to talk? I sure do. Ziggy here learned how to talk and now he goes around acting like he owns the place. Cats may be the most evil creature out there but damn one of these days dogs are gonna rip everyones face off.

 

 

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#2 James Steven Beverly

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Posted 05 March 2014 - 02:35 AM

Really, that was just....OH so special. I never would have DREAMED I would EVER want a mere 41 seconds of my life back, but boy was I wrong! OK, I should try and be helpful in any critique I give. Ag hum, so here goes, First, get a writer that is actually funny, you know, someone who is NOT a complete blithering moron who apparently can only write dialog in Colloquial American Profanity, THEN get a cameraman who actually knows what in the HELL they're doing so they can shoot canine genitalia tastefully, THEN get a voice over artist who can actually ACT and is ACTUALLY SMARTER than the Golden retriever he plays! HOWEVER, before you let the motley Asian based vomit porn crew rejects from the bowels of some Bangkok pus oozing slum you managed to scrape up off the bottom of your shoe READ the script, MAKE DAMN SURE you sign them to an IRON CLAD CONTRACT and PAY THEM VERY WELL because NO ONE ON EARTH is gonna want to DO this chunk o' 5hit and it will PROBABLY BE the LAST work they get in the porn film industry for the next 10 years! OF COURSE not even the SLEAZIEST producer is gonna want to do this slab of purifying skunk carcass BUT in the off chance some brain dead, washout, scat porn producer should walk into the set thinking it's a Starbucks and you're able to con him into doing it for a pound of coke, then the next step is for you to stay a MINIMUM of 1000 miles away from ANY shoot you set up with NO access to communications TO ANYONE OR ANYTHING for the ENTIRE duration of said shoot including editing and distribution. That "clip" was nothing more than just plain vulgar and idiotic BUT, it's MOST unforgivable sin is it's NOT IN THE LEAST BIT FUNNY. Shilling your Youtube channel on a professional film makers forum is akin to French kissing your 12 year old overweight sister You want a piece of advice, go down to skid row, pan handle a dollar from a meth addicted girl scout then take that dollar to some crack head with more of a clue than YOU have and BUY ONE!  


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#3 Mark Kenfield

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Posted 06 March 2014 - 03:08 AM

Well the video certainly wasn't art... but James, your reply was! :)

Thanks for the giggle.
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#4 andrew ward

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Posted 22 March 2014 - 07:21 AM

So what do you give it out of ten James? Like a 7?
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#5 Gregg MacPherson

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Posted 22 March 2014 - 05:40 PM

Loth as I am to agree with the fiction that is James Steven Beverly,  I think I do agree somewhat.  Scott's promotional pieces don't belong,  they are not interesting to watch,  and advice will be of no great help.


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#6 scott karos

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Posted 22 March 2014 - 06:12 PM

People are so nice on this website.
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#7 Stuart Brereton

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Posted 22 March 2014 - 08:46 PM

Thank you, Scott, for wasting everyones time.


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#8 Keith Walters

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Posted 23 March 2014 - 04:33 AM

Really, that was just....OH so special. I never would have DREAMED I would EVER want a mere 41 seconds of my life back, but boy was I wrong! OK, I should try and be helpful in any critique I give. Ag hum, so here goes, First, get a writer that is actually funny, you know, someone who is NOT a complete blithering moron who apparently can only write dialog in Colloquial American Profanity, THEN get a cameraman who actually knows what in the HELL they're doing so they can shoot canine genitalia tastefully, THEN get a voice over artist who can actually ACT and is ACTUALLY SMARTER than the Golden retriever he plays! HOWEVER, before you let the motley Asian based vomit porn crew rejects from the bowels of some Bangkok pus oozing slum you managed to scrape up off the bottom of your shoe READ the script, MAKE DAMN SURE you sign them to an IRON CLAD CONTRACT and PAY THEM VERY WELL because NO ONE ON EARTH is gonna want to DO this chunk o' 5hit and it will PROBABLY BE the LAST work they get in the porn film industry for the next 10 years! OF COURSE not even the SLEAZIEST producer is gonna want to do this slab of purifying skunk carcass BUT in the off chance some brain dead, washout, scat porn producer should walk into the set thinking it's a Starbucks and you're able to con him into doing it for a pound of coke, then the next step is for you to stay a MINIMUM of 1000 miles away from ANY shoot you set up with NO access to communications TO ANYONE OR ANYTHING for the ENTIRE duration of said shoot including editing and distribution. That "clip" was nothing more than just plain vulgar and idiotic BUT, it's MOST unforgivable sin is it's NOT IN THE LEAST BIT FUNNY. Shilling your Youtube channel on a professional film makers forum is akin to French kissing your 12 year old overweight sister You want a piece of advice, go down to skid row, pan handle a dollar from a meth addicted girl scout then take that dollar to some crack head with more of a clue than YOU have and BUY ONE!  

You really need to end that: "Aargh.... words fail me...."


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#9 Bill DiPietra

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Posted 23 March 2014 - 07:22 AM

Scott,

 

Everyone in this forum is always more than happy to help.  I've received great advice and tried to give the same to others.  If you post legitimate queries regarding the professional use of the mediums of film & video, people will respond with helpful advice.  Just look at the responses you've received in the thread "Is there a rule for using multiple lenses in a scene/short/feature?" which you started.  Same goes for videos posted here.  I enjoy watching shorts that budding filmmakers ask to be critiqued and I do my best to give helpful advice.

 

It's when people post things in this forum that they, the poster, know does not belong here that the rest of us become a bit aggravated.  You've not posted any videos which depict anything that looks like you are trying to better yourself as a filmmaker.  It just seems like you are spamming the forum with senseless, "Jackass"-like videos.  And that is a waste of our time.

 

So please respect what this forum represents.


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#10 andrew ward

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Posted 24 March 2014 - 05:31 AM

That guy will be a bigtime producer by the time i finish this comment.
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