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.
Vivien and Chloe, two cousins living in Brooklyn, have been inseparable ever since they were children. At least, they were until recently. The sudden passing of their Aunt Isabelle has left... See full summary »
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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