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Old November 26th, 2006, 02:05 PM   #16
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Rob the Jewelry Store and tell them to make me a Grill.


Not bad! However there are some things you need to change. for 1 the Voice Over guy's voice was pretty low (as stated earlier). The Video quality is pretty good...the Sales guy could have said his lines a little quicker (An...A...r...m and a....Le....g.... / lol). Now for me...unless i'm really fond of the something i dont give free anyone. If i were you i'd reshoot the outside of the jewelry store at a different angle, so that you can get rid of the Subway and Nextel signs in the top right corner.

But thats Just me.

I could tell instantly the store was a little smaller but i think you did really well with making the small space work.

It looks like a commercial...nice a cheesy. (But it's supposed to be that way)

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