I have to disagree. I loved this shot. It was super comic book and super iconic. Very cool shot.Very good stuff. Kept me interested!
My only crit would be the ending (visually, not story wise), felt weaker compared to rest. Most of the scenes looked really good so I was expecting more epic shot at the end or maybe it just feels too digital the last shot.
Good job anyhow.
I don't think so at all. It's a fantastic indie piece...hell...it's a fantastic piece of movie making at any caliber. I've seen a lot, acted in a lot, and helped create a lot of independent films...and WAYNE is on the top of the list of cool, well made, quality micro-budget films. I'm picky as hell...but this one...this one is a keeper.its good, and goes to show what great cinematography can do...
your all over rating it...
sorry to be a buzz kill
You're absolutely right...isn't that kind of back assward? You'd think LA would be easier to shoot in...but noooooo...union life ain't cheap, and it's a ripple effect we can all feel.Hey guys,
It would be fun to do a web series, but I don't know how plausible it would be. When we shot this, we lived in Madison, WI and had a great location (The Orpheum Theatre). We now live in LA where, believe it or not, it is very very difficult to shoot anything on no budget, let alone find a place that will let you shoot interiors for free. I'm not saying it's out of the question, just that a web series might actually be more difficult to pull off than a feature.