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Losing Christmas (2016)
SO much fun!
Full disclosure -- I wrote, produced, directed and edited this film.
Nearly everyone involved in this production was brand spanking new to the film industry, but they performed like CHAMPS! They were SO much fun to work with!
This film was produced by a group at our church -- our very first film production! Nearly everyone in front of and behind the camera is a church member, with a couple of exceptions.
The major scenes -- the ones with dialogue -- were shot on the grounds of our church. Everyone was awesome, and I'm proud so of what they accomplished!
We hope to bring many more stories to life.
I won't review the film itself because, obviously, I'm extremely biased. But HUGE KUDOS to the cast and crew! Their hard work and talent deserve to be seen.
Tangled Web (2008)
"Tangled Web" is one of the best movies I ever made! :-)
I admit it. I made the movie. I wrote, directed and edited "Tangled Web". So naturally I'm very proud of it.
I know, I know -- "But you only gave it a 7 out of 10???" Currently its average rating is 7.3. I gave it a 7 so that my rating would not alter the average. It would be unfair for me to give the movie a 10. Those ratings should reflect the opinions of the viewers, not the people who made the movie.
But making 'Tangled Web' was great fun! All of the actors were tremendous, and I couldn't have asked for a better crew. They all deserve to have their work seen and appreciated.
If you haven't seen 'Tangled Web', you should give it a try. It's a great story of two people in love in an impossible and dangerous situation. And I'll bet you won't see the ending coming! :-)
Knight and Day (2010)
A goof that should be added...
I enjoyed this movie a lot. Pretty well written. But there was one goof near the beginning that isn't mentioned here.
Cameron Diaz' character would never have been allowed to carry used automotive carburetors on board a commercial aircraft. Used carburetors may still contain traces of gasoline. As a result, federal law regulates them a hazardous materials. They would have to be packaged, labeled and documented according to federal regulations in order to be allowed to be shipped. She certainly couldn't bring them on board in her carry-on luggage.
Great movie though!