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Directed by: Robert Domke
Released: April 2002
Preview Simply amazing. This movie memorized me, it is art. Pure and simple genius. You can't come any closer to a good art movie in 3dmm. It begins with simple lines and colours white to black, then the red is introduced. Robert explained that the positioning of the lines and shapes is random depending on where 3D Movie Maker decided to paste the new object. This idea is original and simply breathtaking. A fair amount of you will find it hideously boring, but respect the idea. The soundtrack was perfect except a drum beat getting louder or stronger could've made this movie a 10. Download now!
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
C1 [536 KB]
Call To Arms, A
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: December 2001
Preview Andres releases yet another highly original movie with, still, the same sort of genre and direction. The movie focuses on World War I, and more specifically a battle within a rubble of a town and some of the soldiers of the allied side, but mostly on one French Assassin from France, funnily enough. The originality makes this a very welcome addition to anyones movie collection and the general feel of it is great - a mix of action, drama and horror (as all of Andres' films, as I've already said, yeah, listen to me, please). The effects are nice, good camera movements and stuff, good explosions, the detail is brilliant. The music is also very well suited. The major flaw though in this movie is the sound, for example, soldiers run and you hear a slow march, you hear guns but see no flares (at all). But the voices, OH the voices! Virtually all of the voices come before the others finish in conversations and the whole thing about Professor Spaz being in a serious role? Why?! It's like putting a pyromaniac in the role of a fireman. Basically, this could be polished, but still, download it for definite, because it's great points really do shine.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Call To Arms, A [6.96MB]
Campout Clips
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: October 2000
Preview Two clips about... something, I'm not sure what. Either way there is an apparent lack of story or explanation as to what is going - except dogs being roasted, a gay romp through a field of flowers, and a bunch of other weird stuff. The animation in these clips is pretty good, but that still doesn't save these clips from their own weird stupidness. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Campout Clips [1.02 MB]
Cataclysmic Contentment (edit)
Directed by: Leslie Wai
Released: February 2003
Preview A very nice edit of the extremely unfinished movie by Will Maltby. This original movie is the sequel to his famous DD. The edit has added detail in lacking scenes and adding scenes. I enjoyed this more than the original unfinished movie, and I hope Leslie continues this on further keeping the same standard.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Cataclysmic Contentment (edit) [2.25 MB]
Cataclysmic Contentment (unfinished)
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: December 2002
Preview Ok, don't get too excited, this sounds alot better than it is. The reason for this is simply that since it's work in progress, there's hardly any detail to these scenes. Infact, the only thing completed is the music and music syncing so that is basically what you'll be watching. That aside, this is actually a good lil watch. It's just the unfinished open scene and an unfinished intro titles sequence. Nothing more. I don't want to discourage people from seeing this, but don't expect anything great. Download and see what you think. And no, unfortunately CC will NEVER be finished and Maltby will probably never make another 3D movie. Bye Will!
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Cataclysmic Contentment (unfinished) [1.89 MB]
Cataclysmic Contentment Preview
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: December 2002
Preview Easily the best preview Will's done to date and can be summarised as a short version of BB Vigilante in terms of style (thumping music with lots of gunfire). It has great replay value since it's more of a viewing pleasure than an explainy/suspense type trailer. This preview is also a point in 3dmm history - it is Will's final bit of real work in 3dmm. A definite download. Classic stuff.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Cataclysmic Contentment Preview [1.18 MB]
Catrix, The
Directed by: Joe Douglas
Released: April 2004
Preview The newbie Jpro's first released movie to the community, and overall it is pretty average. Another Matrix lobby scene ripoff, only with Doraemon. There was some nice animation and graphics, but overall it just seemed like another Matrix ripoff. The outtakes were funny, but not enough to save this movie. I've seen some more of Jpro's stuff, he's a talented 3dmmer, but this is a very average movie.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Catrix, The [2.93 MB]
Chain of Events 2
Directed by: Various community members
Released: August 2004
Preview The sequel to Chain Of Events, but unfortunately, not as good. Falling under the 'comedy' genre, I don't recall smirking once throughout the entire 15 minute runtime... It's randomness just isn't funny. I didn't even understand who did what bits. A real let down.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Chain of Events 2 [7.95 MB]
Chain of Events: Community Chain Movie
Directed by: Various community members
Released: March 2004
Preview Ah. The 'ever impossible to organise' chain movie genre makes another welcomed appearance. I don't believe we have had a successful chain movie release since 'Deep Under'. 'The Chain of Events' (clever title) was started by Alan Maloney, and had a total of 11 other directors. If you aren't familiar with the chain movie genre, it is quite simple. First off, the director (in this case Alan) organises a team. Each team member will have to contribute a scene of their own. The initial director and organiser kicks things off with an opening scene to the movie. He/she then sends this to the next team member in the 'chain'. Once this person has done his/her scene, he/she sends it to the next team member; and so-on-and-so-forth. A vague plot is usually worked out before hand too that each director should follow. They can however take their own stance or perspective. This can create some hilarious quirkiness. 'Chain of Events' is exactly follows suit. There are some very funny moments, some very random moments and some equally impressive moments. I thought Gavin Owers and Jeremy Dick's pieces were the best. Overall though, the movie had 'mediocre' written all over it. A lot of the scenes were pretty average, but others were pretty cool. The same goes for animation. I guess the movie lacked a feel of 'quality continuity'. Certainly not rubbish, but not hugely brilliant. Everyone should download and watch it anyways...
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Chain of Events: Community Chain Movie [4.67 MB]
Child Killer Episode 1, The
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: October 1999
Preview One of the shortest 3dmm movies I have ever seen. Just a guy killing a bunch of kids, thats about it. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Child Killer Episode 1, The [22 KB]
Child Killer Episode 2, The
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: November 1999
Preview Kinda the same as the first exept this time, The Child Killers friend joins in after a bunch of kids kick a ball at them. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Child Killer Episode 2, The [66 KB]
Child Killer Episode 3, The
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: November 1999
Preview This one was a little better then the first two and a little more funny. This time a fat kid breaks his window and the fat kids punishment is being riddled with machine gun bullets. They are getting better... Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Child Killer Episode 3, The [37 KB]
Child Killer Episode 4, The
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: November 1999
Preview This one is pretty much the same as Episode 3 exept this has custom scenery in it. Then the Child Killer comes out and does his job. A little better but personally I found episode 3 a bit more funny, but anyway this one wasn't that bad either. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Child Killer Episode 4, The [85 KB]
Child Killer Episode 7, The
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: June 2000
Preview In this episode the Child Killer goes crazy and kills a bunch of kids. This episode was a bit too random, there weren't any voices and no custom scenery was used. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Child Killer Episode 7, The [121 KB]
Child Killer Episode 8, The
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: July 2000
Preview This one is definatly the best so far, it is all custom scenery, and some of it aint that bad, the music is pretty cool, the guns, animations and blood effects were ok. This is the last episode with Gustave as the Child Killer, so a new killer is set to step in for Episode 9! This also has a hate message to Dave Smith at the end so beware if you're reading this Dave, beware! Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Child Killer Episode 8, The [386 KB]
Child Killer Episode 9, The
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: January 2001
Preview This one is pretty random too. It's the debut of the new Child Killer, with a more dark and "gothic" theme then the others. The scenery is once again custom and pretty well made. A good episode. Download if you enjoyed the series so far or are a fan of the later episodes. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Child Killer Episode 9, The [682 KB]
Child Killer Episode 10, The
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: July 2002
Preview This is the last and possibly the best of the series. The new Child Killer is undertaking the ultimate test: destroying the Bulletin Board and the 3dmm community forever. The scenery is all custom-built - there's even been some nice panning thrown in. The music is great and fits with the movie very well. It has a great message at the very beggining and a pretty sad ending. You can only see how good this one is by downloading it. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Child Killer Episode 10, The [1.22 MB]
Child Killer the Movie
Directed by: Matt McGowan
Released: January 2000
Preview The feature length Child Killer is here, with a different character as the Child Killer once again. The movie tells the story of how the killer became the 'Child killer' and how he got his reputation. The voices sounded mostly the same, the scenery was pretty good. This movie is more of a drama then a PAM or a comedy, though it does have plenty of action and a good bit of comedy. Matt has made a good effort at the Child Killer Movie. Well done. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Child Killer the Movie [3.88 MB]
Child Killer Update
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: October 2004
Preview I've never really been a great fan of the Childkiller series, and from what I can tell by this episode it's no more than your usual 'noob killing' hate movie. Some quite spiffy animation that fails to capture the attention of its viewers. However, if you are indeed a fan of the Childkiller series or like anything about the brutal murder of young children then this is a watch you'd take a liking to. If not, leave it be.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Child Killer Update [1.08 MB]
Children of the Night
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: November 2000
Preview A very slick vampire action adventure, about his plan to overrule morals. I thought the movie was excellent, making use of some excellent camera angles and visual effects. Sound synchronization seemed to be a bit of a problem for me though. The voices and SFX tended to overlap in the action sequences and the action was a little too fastly-paced for you to take in exactly who had/hadn't been killed. Still, a very enjoyable watch, with classic Andres style scenery and character lineups.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Children of the Night [2.09 MB]
Ching and Mosher at the Movies
Directed by: Cliffmosher, Jeff Ching
Released: September 2003
Preview Oooo! A September the 9th Film Festival BONUS movie. Yup, not only has Rick Trimble's 'The Operatives' been released today, but Leigh makes this movie a surprise extra release! Ching and Mosher is a 3dmm community critic show. In this episode they review some of the Film Festival's movie titles, playing a small clip from each. It works incredibly well and is very nicely put together. Yeh, so it stole a couple of scenes from PowerPlay, but what do you expect when you get a movie co-directed by Jeff Ching?! Simple, done before, but still very cool. I hope these guy's keep it up after the Film Festival.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Ching and Mosher at the Movies [5.44 MB]
Ching and Mosher at the Movies 2
Directed by: Cliffmosher, Jeff Ching
Released: September 2003
Preview Due to popular demand, Ching and Mosher at the movies is back! It's a very cool 3dmm critic movie, actually. This episode, Ching and Mosher look at the movies, 'The Masters', 'Johnny Knocker', 'Replay', 'Blood On The Dance Floor', 'Adrenaline', 'Operatives' and 'Death And Guns'. Yes, Ching rambles on about what a marvelous movie he thinks 'The Masters' is, and both Ching and Mosher seem to like using the 'F' word quite a lot, which is a little unnecessary. It's funny at times adding a little lightheartedness to the movie and I loved some of the comments Jeff made about 'Replay'. The same old intro (that needs changing) and the 'set' scenery is used. Excellently put together, with extremely in-depth reviews for each movie. Download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Ching and Mosher at the Movies 2 [6.30 MB]
Chrisco
Directed by: Bryn Doherty
Released: January 2001
Preview The animation (like the camera movement) and scenes are very good. It's just a funny commercial. Outtakes are lame though. The sounds establish the domestic setting so they're effective. Funny stuff; like the voice of the granny and the mothers. There's no music because this is a commercial relying on voices for comedy. A great duet from Bryn and his brother.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Chrisco [905 KB]
Christmas Gift, A
Directed by: Hiddin Image
Released: December 2002
Preview A short but sweet xmas movie from the newbie Hiddin Image. An old, lonely man (who strangely resembles Father Christmas), stumbles across a town. Upon entering, he quickly finds that he manages to save a boys life before disappearing as mysteriously as he had appeared. A fairly good movie all-round, except the ending was a little abrupt.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Christmas Gift, A [1.41 MB]
Christmas Poo
Directed by: Jon Steele
Released: July 2001
Preview Hehe, I short and sweet comedy inspired by the infamous thread on the 3dmm Bulletin Board titled, 'Worst Presents From Girlfriends' posted just after Christmas 2002. The movie is absolutely ridiculous and the Nutcracker dude is positively evil. Download for a chuckle.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Christmas Poo [801 KB]
Christmas Rockerz!
Directed by: Red Scorpion
Released: December 2004
Preview Red Scorpions first movie ever in 3dmm history hit the Bulletin Board just a few days ago and funnily enough, manages to disappoint - he even removed the download link from the thread because of the flaming he was receiving. To put it plainly, this had no storyline whatsoever. Every scene use the 'dissolve' effect and the scenery would have appeared dated 3/4 years ago. In my opinion the only 'good' thing were the HMCs which to be fair weren't as awful as I would have imagined. Sorry Red but this is 2004! Practice more (a lot more) and come back next Christmas. Worth a download if you like seeing Santa Clause randomly shooting people on top of a building, and having to wait 5 seconds before the next scene starts; or if you simply hate Red Scorpion and want to laugh at him. Lots.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Christmas Rockerz! [2.25 MB]
Christmas Rockerz! 2 - Death Hides A Shadow
Directed by: Tom Bown
Released: December 2004
Preview Winter Film Festival 2004 movie #3. A short, slightly overdone spoof/sequel to Red Scorpions movie 'Christmas Rockerz', furthering the adventures of Santa and Elf. As anyone who has watched 'Christmas Rockerz' will know, it was plagued by horrendous directing cock-ups such as constant scene dissolving, and terrible animation. Tom Bown has taken it upon himself to mimic Red Scorpion's 'style' in this semi-sequel piss take. The only real difference between the two movies is that Tom makes use of voice acting. There isn't much else I can say about this blatant joke movie other than to recommend it as a download if you are 'in' with the whole Red Scorpion ridiculousness rife on the Bulletin board. As I've made clear, this is a joke movie - deliberate crappyness ahoy! An unfinished fake preview for Christmas Rockerz! 3 - A Small Taste of Heaven is also included. Hehe.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Christmas Rockerz! 2 - Death Hides A Shadow [2.34 MB]
Christmas Sleigh Ride
Directed by: Kim Turley, Joss Turley
Released: December 2002
Preview A short Christmas movie here from Kim and his brother. It is very simple and quite random, but the camera angles and sound effects are good. A funny movie with a remix Kim made at the end, also look at the preview picture inside the movie for something 'extra'.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Christmas Sleigh Ride [730 KB]
Christmas Special 2001
Directed by: David Vecchio, Sebastian Vecchio
Released: December 2001
Preview A great christmasy movie for your viewing pleasure, by David (3dmm Hell) and Sebastian Vecchio (Peg Productions). Plot-wsie, Father Christmas tells his helpers a story, and plays them a song on his guitar. Nice animation, but bad voice acting (everyone sounds the same). Not bad, but not great.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Christmas Special 2001 [1.90 MB]
Cliff Battle
Directed by: Donald Tickner
Released: August 2000
Preview This is a short film of a battle on a cliff (well, duh) but done in slow-motion like in The Matrix. I'm not sure, but I think our friend Donald is a bit of a Matrix fan! Quite a solid film short.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Cliff Battle [1.17 MB]
Coffee, The
Directed by: Rudi Edsall
Released: September 2000
Preview Short movie made in an hour about what an obsession with one's coffee can do to that person. Pretty nice animation and as usual from Rudi, this movie is short and sweet.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Coffee, The [360 KB]
Collector
Directed by: Yorick Bergsma
Released: February 2003
Preview YAY! Another movie from Yorick! Its a short action/gangster film. A gangster is sent to collect money from a debtor and things don't quite go according as planned. The movie makes use of some very cool, subtle special effects - I particularly liked the 'fish-eye' effect seen through a doors spyglass. There were some very nice dynamic camera angles there too. Everything was slick 'n' smooth and well paced. I only have one complaint, and I had the same about the brilliant 'Five-0' Yorick also recently released. What's up with the file size!? Overall, a very good movie.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Collector [8.79 MB]
Color
Directed by: Tom Kearns
Released: July 2002
Preview This is a very short, but beautiful drama from the perfectionist Tom Kearns. Purposely 'filmed' in black and white - except for the character and blood. It is a filming technique that I am really into. The attention to detail in the scenery stunning - the best. It was nominated for 'Best Scenery' in the 3dmm.com awards. The music really adds to the atmosphere. If only Tom had developed it more, because it seriously is very short lived. It starts, then it ends, then you cry.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Color [402 KB]
Community Clash - Episode 1
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: July 2003
Preview The first installment in a series of comedy shorts involving real members of the 3D Movie Maker community. As entertaining and enjoyable as this is to watch, not a lot happens in this episode. Whether or not this episode was intended to simply introduce us to a few of the shows ideas, I don't know. All we really discover is that Andres is rich (in Columbia) and lives in shitty mud hut. However, it's looking promising; the humor is fun (with some nice subtle references thrown in), the scenery is cool and the voice acting is believable. I hope Sammy keeps to his word and does release future episodes, I believe this could be one successful series if he does.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Community Clash - Episode 1 [2.64 MB]
Community Clash - Episode 2
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: August 2003
Preview The second installment in a series of comedy shorts involving real members of the 3D Movie Maker community. A lot more entertaining and enjoyable that the previous episode. The actors are well characterised all with a suitable, believable voice. I like the occasional 'quirky' scenery Sammy sometimes throws in, where all the perspective is wrong - but it looks cool! There's lots of funny jokes and references in there as well; the Hanson joke was hilarious! As with lots of 3dmm series it's just getting better and better. Here's hoping for episode 3...
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Community Clash - Episode 2 [2.25 MB]
Community Clash - Episode 3
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: January 2004
Preview Before you download, I suggest watching the first two episodes beforehand, as it helps. Hmm.. where to start. I liked this episode alot, I never laughed out loud, however, I did find them funny and laugh to myself, which is what I feel this series does. And it does it well. The animation is very slick and smooth, even the credit scenes are animated to keep you interested. I really like this series, and is probably one of my favorites in the 3dmm community. Download now, otherwise you're missing out on some great 3dmmer humor.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Community Clash - Episode 3 [2.30 MB]
Community Clash - Episode 4
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: April 2004
Preview A HUGE gap between episode 3 and 4... I can't even remember how many months it's been! After the fateful helecopter crash at the end of #3, Jeff was awarded a holiday for him and the housemates for being the first person to ever kill another 3dmm community member. It's great to have the series back on track after such a dormant period. A very entertaining watch - just make sure you catch the others before hand.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Community Clash - Episode 4 [2.25 MB]
Community Clash - Episode 5
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: May 2004
Preview Number 5 is here, and whilst not the best in the series, it's defiantly not one to miss. If your a fan of the series your gonna love it! This episode 4 of the housemates want to go to an Air-Aid concert (they raise money to save the air, apparently). Bands such as Blink 182 and Sum 41 will be there. The trouble is, Andres can only afford 3 tickets... It is agreed that that they all have to compete in an animation contest in order to decide who doesn't get to go. It's a good and funny episode with some, as usual, nice bits of animation. Download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Community Clash - Episode 5 [2.30 MB]
Community Clash - Episode 6
Directed by: Charles DeVillier
Released: July 2004
Preview One of the funnier episodes of Community Clash here, featuring our favorite psycho, Tony Teulan. The concept was hilarious, and this also has some of the best lines in the series. The best part however was the fake movie after the credits, which made me laugh a lot with its punchline. Watch this if you... hell, just watch it anyway.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Community Clash - Episode 6 [2.63 MB]
Companion
Directed by: Mike Pruno
Released: January 2003
Preview I can easily sum up this movie. Poor plot, voices, scenery and widescreen. Stolen Music, ideas, scenes. This movie has some good scenes, but i'm pretty sure they have been stolen. The director doesn't even know how to change the scene transitions from dissolve to cut. If it was fast cut it might've been bearable, but alas it was boring, and I couldn't hear the voices. If only the director had actually bothered to watch it through and realise how slow it went and that you can't hear the voices over the (stolen) music. Better luck next time.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Companion [2.04 MB]
Companion Preview
Directed by: Mike Pruno
Released: January 2003
Preview Pretty poor movie that lack originality, but gets credit for being well built and showing the right parts of the movie without giving away bits of the story.
Overall rating: 0/10 Download
Companion Preview [343 KB]
Compcat's Halloween Special
Directed by: Compcat
Released: November 2004
Preview Compcat is rather new to the community, and this has definitely been his most viewed movie. Strange things occur in a man's house while he's away scaring trick or treaters. This man doesn't seem to enjoy Halloween very much, and that's really all we learn about him. This movie hits the average mark with scenery and animation. Nothing too special, at all. The ending, which of course I can't say anything too specific, is very abrupt, and wastes all that suspense the movie spent building up.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Compcat's Halloween Special [1.81 MB]
Computer Interface Competition
Directed by: Zygar, others
Released: December 2003
Preview This is a nice original idea by Zygar, as he shows people's efforts at creating computer interfaces and desktops within the 3dmm environment. All the entries are well done, however, however, both Kevituz and Travis Wells' entries are exceptional and by far the most realistic - something that is very hard to pull off in 3dmm. Anyway, download and judge for yourself. A nice, new idea in the competitive genre of 3dmm movies.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Computer Interface Competition [356 KB]
Computer Interface Competition 2
Directed by: Will Cheyney, others
Released: February 2005
Preview The sequel to Zygar's original 'Computer Interface Competition' idea, showcasing community members efforts at re-creating the Windows environment within 3D Movie Maker. This addition to the 'series' is interesting to watch as a direct comparison to the original version, seeing how directors can now achieve certain effects with v3dmm that simply weren't possible when the original movie was released back in 2003. It's a shame more people didn't enter the competition, but I recommend this to people who are after something a little 'different'. In addition, after watching the movie, people vote for your favorite entry here. A 3dmm Studio exclusive.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Computer Interface Competition 2 [869 KB]
Confidence
Directed by: JP
Released: February 2003
Preview This was QUITE good. An abstract sort of movie that the director made to convey his feelings about upcoming graduation. A very nicely done representation. The scenes are very well done, and the camera movements are smooth. Basically a sweet little movie that you should save a spot on your hard drive for.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Confidence [495 KB]
Consumed
Directed by: Robert Domke
Released: October 2002
Preview Very very strange. If I could sum this movie up in one word, it would be 'abstract'. The style is totally unique and cool. I do like the style and music but to some people this is complete trash. A funny but predictable ending. Decent though.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Consumed [296 KB]
Cookie Jar, The
Directed by: Julian Cowan
Released: January 2004
Preview This movie is a take on an everyday situation; a little boy asking his mother for a cookies, but with different, and mostly predictable outcomes involving gunshots and beatings. Original idea, I suppose, but it could've been done much, much better. This movie not only bored me and didn't make me laugh, but the repeated Cartman-like voice of the kid saying, "Mummy, can I have a cookie?". The overall crappiness of the microphone quality and the fact that the voices were practically screamed into the mic drove me insane. The jokes are slow and drag the whole movie down. The scenery and animation was pretty shoddy also. I'm guessing it was made a long time ago, because there's no way that anyone involved in 3dmm nowadays could screw up a basic room interior. I suppose some people would find this somewhat amusing, but I didn't, and I'm the movie critic here, so there.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Cookie Jar, The [1.32 MB]
Cooking with Adolf
Directed by: Space Goat
Released: June 1998
Preview Space Goat's classic and one of few released movies. It's very short and simple but it brings back a few memories for me and probably a lot of other people. It was among the first lot of movies I downloaded. It seems quite poor by todays standards, but it used to make me chuckle. Made by 3dmm's very own Godfather, this is something everyone should see.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Cooking with Adolf [293 KB]
Cops
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: December 1999
Preview One of Brad Ross' first films which features a squad of police officers running around, shooting bad guys, and getting shot at... which is pretty much what this film is all about. That and some evil Hindu. The film's basic style includes old animation techniques, and has default scenery being used in just about every part of the film - in fact, the only custom scenery I saw was a "jail cell" with a black background! On a side note, I did find the theme song a bit funky, but even so, the film is pretty bad overall. But if you want to see Brad Ross' 3dmm-roots, you might want to give this film a watch; I mean it's not a crime to do so. Review by Jonny Anson.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Cops [2.12 MB]
Cracking Good Fun
Directed by: Buzvonlurt
Released: October 2004
Preview This is a wonderful surprise from Buzvonlurt. I really wasn't expecting such a great little film, but that's what I got. A man's car breaks down, and he then is requested to help a man who is being chased by an alien. It may sound simple, but it's well presented, and provides several twists. Characters in this film are well developed through simply dialogue and action, and it's impressive. Visually, this movie is above today's average, but just below the 'standard'. The scenery was good enough to let the viewer know where the actors are. Overall, this is an interesting and fun movie that I recommend to all.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Cracking Good Fun [2.35 MB]
Crime Story 4 Clip
Directed by: Ophe0x
Released: July 2000
Preview Ophe0x didn't finish this movie but here's what he could salvage from the binned project. Unrateable due to lack of completion. Nothing marvellous. Very fast and rather alright animation. Just a clip of Opheox's CS-4. Final Verdict: Thems funky bullets. Good idea.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Crime Story 4 Clip [500 KB]
Cycles
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: July 2004
Preview Andres decided his project 'In Zorn's Image' was too epic to be completed, so what did he do? He remade it into this fun little movie, which is very un Andres-like. It centres around a tyrannical god, Zorn, and a guy called Klux's quest to stop him. The movie is very funny, the scenery is very nice, and James Burgon's excellent voice acting is the icing on a very nice cake... or something.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Cycles [3.22 MB]