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Rub a Dub Dub, Two Mates in a Tub by BFW - impact50film

Wed, 16 May 2018 08:34:45 GMT

Wed, 16 May 2018 09:37:50 GMT

Opening scene where man running to shed..just a tad too long on that shot.

Kim L. Wheeler
Wed, 16 May 2018 09:46:33 GMT

Great effort; well acted and beautifully shot. I do agree that perhaps the opening scene could be cut down a little, though, just to focus all of the emotions on the story itself and get to it quicker. Other than that, brilliant! Very best of luck with it. :)

Jane Hamer
Wed, 16 May 2018 10:01:58 GMT

Absolutely loved this! Beautifully shot, gorgeous colour tone, amazing location, sound is spot on and the actors have done a brilliant job. They've really got the comedy across with a touch of naivety and pathos - perfect. Well done, love it.

Wed, 16 May 2018 11:04:42 GMT

So this is how you bring a smile into the end of the world! Genuinely funny. Good stuff. The ending felt like it was left hanging a bit.

Enni Red
Wed, 16 May 2018 11:18:27 GMT

Well done to all he creators! Absolutely loved both men acting. And will agree to trim at least half of the opening scene with long running. You can choose a small (the funniest) bit of it to save. All the best!

Wed, 16 May 2018 16:51:11 GMT

Such a great location for shooting this brilliant script, and the two old boys look just perfect. I agree with the previous comments that the front end is longer than it needs to be and the ending is slightly odd (I'm left wondering what they heard if it wasn't the asteroid) but the imagery is stunning.

Wed, 16 May 2018 21:29:06 GMT

Felt the gravity of the realisation that he is in fact wearing a colander - and that the prediction was true could have been played out slightly more as this is vital to the fact that he can't remember the way to survive the event. Other than that - excellent

Mon, 21 May 2018 10:24:36 GMT

Lovely! Fantastic actors. I agree with Sdezy that the first scene is a little bit too long, but a wonderful work indeed.

Tue, 22 May 2018 12:04:39 GMT

I agree with all the other comments - beautifully acted and shot, great location, love the bleating of the sheep in perfect doses (not too much, not too little). The end is a little abrupt and spare, indeed. I would add that for me, the two external shots around 2:52 and 3:01 could be held just a little longer, to build some suspense.

KT Parker
Fri, 25 May 2018 13:21:49 GMT

I too loved the way this was shot. In the next cut I'd speed up the dialogue, but then when Waz (colander guy) is thinking and you have the cutaways, I'd linger on those shots just a little longer - show us what they're losing as well as how slowly the cogs in Waz's mind work!

Fri, 25 May 2018 19:40:59 GMT

I don't think you need the opening shots at all - the scene in the shed is fab as are the cutaways.

Wed, 30 May 2018 00:09:26 GMT

This is gorgeous, funny and has resonant pathos. I like the opening scene, it's lushly cinematic, it could be trimmed though. One reason to keep it is that it gives reason to the running into the barn which gives the pacing energy and urgency before it slows down for the characters and humour to delight you. Fantastic work.

Fri, 01 Jun 2018 07:22:17 GMT

Apologies to Zara Symes, but I didn't really like this script from the onset, so I don't think I'm the best person to be leaving feedback on either version. I will say they both have good actors, but I'd rather be honest and say what I just said, than try to BS my way through trying to leave some kind of feedback. Sorry guys.

Sun, 03 Jun 2018 20:09:32 GMT

This is a nice film but it's basically a film along the lines of The Odd Couple - that film starred Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. This is nothing special - no exuberance, lines spoken quietly. No just a bad copy.

Tue, 05 Jun 2018 14:44:56 GMT

Frightened the dog I laughed so lous. I LOVE it. The colour tone appealed to me a lot too. Giving a kind of painting feel to it with the lighting. To be honest I wanted it to keep going to see what happened next. Great fun.

Thu, 07 Jun 2018 13:01:11 GMT

Hi! Lovely production value - well done! Okay, so many people will disagree with me but I think one of the actors in particular here is struggling to either remember his lines or just maintain tempo. Sometimes he even looks fleetingly at the camera. So, this needs a much tighter edit to compensate for the slow deliveries of some of the lines, often the pause between between the lines is just too ponderous and stunts the flow. Here's where your editor could be bringing some fizz to the dialogue that perhaps isn't there at the moment. The grade and everything else is lovely, just needs chopping and tightening :)

Sat, 09 Jun 2018 14:57:35 GMT

The colour tone and lighting of this film is beautiful. The opening shot sets the scene really well although I agree with other comments that it could be shorter. In contrast I think the cutaways, when the colander character is thinking, could be longer which would increase the tension and humour of the piece. I have to say that I agree with @vbailey's comments about the actor but as she suggests perhaps this could be dealt with in the next edit?

Sun, 10 Jun 2018 16:29:09 GMT

I loved these two character actors. Yes, I would agree with others that a few frames cut here and there would benefit and make it tighter. Loved the opening scene and also the sheep noises in the background. Great film.

Fri, 15 Jun 2018 14:23:28 GMT

Really liked this, a bit of humour facing extinction. I think perhaps the opening shot could be shortened and I'm not sure what happened at the end it sort of cut off.

Sun, 02 Jun 2019 09:04:57 GMT

Great film, great actors... yes, colander guy looks to camera but I do like the pauses as the sit right with this sort of film. I agree that we don't need the opening shot and also that the cutaways when colander guy is thinking should be longer and maybe not have the cut back to him... personally I would end the film when colander guy says "No, completely gone"... only niggle I have is that both the sauce pan and the colander were completely new and did not match the otherwise great production design... next time please distress the props!