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At The Shop (The Invite)

Submitted By: johnray
Description: The barbershop scene from a new Webseries At The Shop
Genre: comedy
Run Time: 6 minutes
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Sort by: Average rating: 4.5 / 5Total reviews: 2
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5 Review for "At the shop" "The Invite" by nelsonjdavis
7/16/2013 9:58:03 AM

Pros: This is very well put together, love the angles, the quality of the actors, and overall quality of the film. It is believable and funny. I believe anyone that has ever been to a barbershop can agree that it is real. Looking forward to seeing more.

Cons: Everything was great about it, except for the length. Can`t wait to see more!

Other Thoughts: I wonder if anything will happen between Reggie and Michelle.

Directing:0 Cinematography:0

Editing:0 Acting:0 Sound:0

4 Ain`t nobody lookin` at yo mama by psychoboots
7/20/2013 5:58:28 PM

Pros: Camera: Overall, the camera work was very good. Love the fact that 98% of the shots were static; making it look more professional. Acting: The acting was good and felt more natural at times. Edit: The editing had good pacing.

Cons: Camera: The scene outside between the three adults broke away from the formula of static shots. This gave it an amature look and didn`t quit fit in with the rest of short. Actors: Some of the dialogue seemed forced at times and didn`t really push the story forward. Sound: The sound was very good at times but then at random moments lost the fullness it had when the short started.

Other Thoughts: Seems promising and looking forward to see more.

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