In a land where the seasons last for ten years, a barefoot orphan washes up on the shore of an uninhabited island with no memory of where he came from. He grows up alone, believing a tree ... See full summary »
Jeffrey St. Jules
About an epic romance between a human girl and an alien boy when he and others of his kind are integrated into a suburban high school 10 years after they landed on Earth and were consigned to an internment camp.
A skateboarder, Oren, off in a Dystopia world, discovers he is the scion of the Greek god Zephyrus and must come to terms with his new found powers to stop a Gothicized secret society hell-bent on prophesying Hades.
After watching the trailer we had high expectation as it appeared consistent with any trailer from a feature or new hit fully budgeted TV show. We have to say it did not disappoint. We were looking for content, picture quality, acting and overall editing.
Content: Getting the story line developed in such a short time frame is difficult, but I have to say they hit it spot on. Dolphin, Warner and McG have to be proud of this aspect. Overall I think Rathbone provided the perfect balance between comedy and action. He really lived up to the fame he earned in Twilight and this guy will be a star. This is a story line that any age group above 13 can enjoy. Given its duration of episode its perfect to watch for a quick break or a quick laugh.
Acting: They had a perfect cast for this series. This is one that we would be surprised if its not remade into a TV show or Feature in the future or just enjoys a long duration in the online environment.
Picture / Editing Quality: We saw nothing different than any feature. Constantly advancing technology, as McG put it, really enables productions to be done on par in almost any environment and budget. Amazing.
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