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Jail Break
Directed by: Dave Miles
Released: September 2002
Preview An OK'ish jail break movie, that just didn't 'flow'. I think Dave must have just gone with his initial ideas. The movie revolves around - thats it, you've guessed it; a jail break - where the inmates can't believe their luck when the locking mechanisms on their prison cells fail during a storm. The animation was a little choppy which make the whole thing flow even less. The music was pretty cool though - I like Our Lady Peace. I saw them live in London.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Jail Break [2.52 MB]
Jake
Directed by: Dave Smith
Released: August 2004
Preview The opening movie for this fall's Film Festival organised by the lovely, Jeff Ching. Directed by 3dmming veteran, Dave Smith, 'Jake' depicts how the life of a guy changes when his friends harshly bully a new kid. It reminded me of quite a few of Blake Walkers drama's. It's a fairly violent affair and has to have some of the most disturbing moments in 3dmm'ing history. Perhaps Dave over dramatised the the mentality of a bully... I don't know, but this is TEH MOVIES! I couldn't help but feel that the movie ended a little abruptly, a point I have only picked up on because I read a review on one of my favorite childhood cartoon series just yesterday, where it stated exactly the same thing. The animation and scenery looks and feels a tad dated, but it does the job and in my opinion hasn't affected the quality of the movie. I think the same can be said for the voice acting. All in all, a great start to the Film Festival and a 3dmm Studio recommendation.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jake [4.46 MB]
James Bond
Directed by: Will Maltby
Released: May 1999
Preview This is Maltby's classic James Bond spoof which gets more absurd as it goes on. It looks very dated now with the special effects looking a bit drab, bit it still retains charm through it's comedy. Awesome retro'ness.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
James Bond [1.93 MB]
Japan with Dad
Directed by: Scott Walenty
Released: December 2004
Preview The ever-rasist, and now almost sinister (think Duke Nukem) sounding, 'Dad' is back for other outing. This time he visits Japan. Upon arriving, he immediatly becomes involved with a little road rage. For the next 4 or so minutes of the movies runtime 'Dad' remonstates about how much he hates the 'god damn Japanese'. I'm all up for a little racial comedy, but I just didn't find this approach funny. It's mindless, pointless and ultimatly boring. Perhaps it's because I just don't get American humor. Saying that though, the movie did redeem itself a mark or two for nice use of the new expansion textures.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Japan with Dad [2.62 MB]
Jason Ruiz Christmas Special
Directed by: Jason Ruiz
Released: December 2005
Preview This animation is too short for its own good but has a couple with an unfortunate event of bad fortune. The handmade Jesus was well done though and overall, the film is ok.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Jason Ruiz Christmas Special [137 KB]
Jason Show, The
Directed by: Jason Ruiz
Released: September 2000
Preview The first instalment in the classic comedy series. I've been meaning to add this movie to the archive for quite sometime now. Well anyway, here it is, and definitely well worth downloading because like the 2nd in the series, it's damn good. Jason Ruiz brought us this Jerry Springer-esqe talk show some years ago now, but the comedy is just as funny today as it was back then. 'The Jason Show' is an extremely entertaining affair, which still stands as one of the most creative and brilliant shows done in 3dmm.Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jason Show, The [3.71 MB]
Jason Show 2, The
Directed by: Jason Ruiz, Brad Connell
Released: December 2000
Preview Second episode in a very funny series in the vein of Jerry Springer. This episode captures the feel of such a show well and is very funny to watch. Can't wait for future episodes. Between this and Baked Goods, we are blessed.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jason Show 2, The [3.65 MB]
JDR Revival
Directed by: Daniel Martin
Released: June 2004
Preview There are 3dmm movies that wil make you happy. There are 3dmm movies that will make you laugh. There are 3dmm movies that will have you feeling for the characters, shouting instructions at them as they carry out their quest. JDR Revival accomplishes all of these in one fell swoop, and there is no doubt in my mind that it is the greatest 3dmm movie ever made. If Daniel Martin has accomplished one thing in 3dmm, it is creating his own unique style. As you watch characters fight, explode, and die, it seems almost Maltby-ish, and yet is much more. Dan has evolved from his previous work into one of the best 3dmm directors there is, creating a 45-minute epic along the way. And all done in about 3 months. Bloody hell. The movie starts off where JDR Revolutions, it's excellent predecessor left off, with Dominant Dan leaving Boundless Ben to die, only for him to come back to life and become one of the most hilarious villians ever done in 3dmm. In fact, every character is excellently well-rounded. From the hilarious scientist Waumsley to the troop leader Zack, it's as if Dan has hacked 3dmm and made the characters his own, and it it helped by the best cast list ever done in 3dmm. I never really thought of Dan, Mike, and Justin as great voice acotrs anymore, but now I think of them as some of the best. Even so, Jon Barton stole the show with his portrayal of Dan. His voice completely suits the part, and this, along with Liquid Sunshine, puts him alongside Jaymond in the "Top Voice Actors" chair. It is obvious from the outset how much Dan has improved at 3dmm since Revolutions. From the sleekness of Ben's lab, to the incredible explosions, Dan has well and truly mastered 3dmm. The animation is something to behold as well. While the movie seems a little slow-paced at the start, when Waumsley loads up his training program, you'll realize all is right in the wacky world of JDR. When a scientist's head slides across the table, when Dan slices his sword across Ben's chest, when Dan makes the motorbike scene from TH2 look even better then before, it is obvious he is nearly as good as Redwamps in terms of animation. Overall? Overall this is a 3dmm classic, one to treasure. If ever a 3dmm movie should be made into a real one, it's this. (And Revolutions.) Dan has moved the goalposts of 3dmm to create an amazing movie that squashed all others before it. As many anticipated movies come out this year, such as Doom 3, Ninja Gaiden 2, and Alternate Vlarion 4, I will be interested to see how they can stand up to this work of art. This is the year of the 3dmm, guys, and don't you forget it. Review by Will Cheyney.

Dan's asked me awhile ago to give this a review, and I've been putting it off so that I could re-watch the movie before I came out with the review. It's 1:30AM PDT, and I've finally managed to get around to it. JDR Revival is an action flick that boasts the animation and quirky humor as its main draw, and it is its great strength. Though thin on the plot line, JDR Revival manages to be an entertaining action movie throughout the majority of its forty-minute reign of the screen. The story of JDR involves 3 guys fighting evil stuff. That's as basic as it gets, and that's about as developed as it gets. JDR was nearly completely wiped out at the conclusion of the last movie, with only the D (of course Dan would let himself survive) remaining. D revival would be a boring movie, so the other ones find ways of coming back to life, such as appealing to a handmade God. One can only assume that the guy upstairs has done this before. The villain is Boundless Ben. Why? Ummmmm... cause he is. This is a big plot hole. What the heck is wrong with Ben that he'd want to take over the world/kill JDR? We never find out. In fact, it seems to be so irrelevant to the show going on that Martin doesn't even try and explain it. The fact that there's a villain that we have no reason to hate makes sticking with the movie to have a great plot fly out the window before it even starts. There doesn't seem to be any motivation whatsoever. Thankfully, Martin manages to make JDR more than just a Pointless Action Movie. How? The villain can't be killed, and there has to be some sort of "weird, dodgy" way to kill him. It adds variety, and saves Revival from being a straight-out PAM, albeit narrowly. But it's FUN to watch! I've heard tell that Martin doesn't use SceneED to get things done, and does it the old-fashioned way. It works in this movie, because all the action is that frenzied, motion-blur sort of action that doesn't need razor-sharp panning or motion. Martin's camera is slick and skilful. I was going to say creative, but the slo-mo thing's been done before. Of note is that Martin's skills at implementing slo-mo and other camera effects are very good. Martin's camera is very well suited to an action movie, especially one that gets to go into space. Martin does revert to a lot of standard angles, and some of the scenes do jump around from take to take, but that's sometimes unavoidable. Martin's animation is great fun to watch. There's a lot of energy in this movie, most of it coming from the camera. It doesn't look like the director got bored at the end, like some movies tend to do. Martin keeps the high energy level he reaches (takes a bit to get to) up until the credits. To go along with the camera are some very sound visuals. The composition of everything from space ships to... space ships are very good looking. There are some texture problems that we should notice. The big ones occur in some of the pans and zooms. There is a lot of texture flickering in these scenes. This is easy to ignore for most people, as it's a pretty common occurrence in 3DMM, but it does tend to get intrusive at some points. There are also some pretty sterile environments, such as hallways and generic rooms, but they're interspersed with places that really shine. Some scenes are really composed great. Rory's rebirth includes some very slick and great to look at visuals, and there are other scenes as well, but you're better off watching for yourself. Also of note are some great visual gags that Martin throws all over the place. Especially funny is the reappearance of Jeffrey, and Dan's hilarious reaction. There are also several little gags involving doors opening and such, and they're also funny. I was bugged by some of the music. Whenever it came in, it was very loud, to a point where I was often adjusting my speakers between scenes to keep the sound balanced. Overall, it wasn't bad. Some of the pieces went great with the scenes, but there were a few that didn't really click. I think it was Goro who mentioned that JDR Revival contains the worst use of the Godzilla sound effect EVER, and I'd have to agree on that. There is a lot of use of the standard 3DMM sound library, but always in just the right places, with a lot of Martin's own sounds interspersed throughout the movie to keep things fresh and interesting. The voices were also well done. Jon Barton comes off the best of the cast with his portrayal of Dan. Jon seemed very aware of the contexts of the line and his character as a whole. He fit with his part the best. Jaymond also comes through well in this one too. However, his lines were often very soft and, yes, Waumsley's voice does completely change halfway through the movie. The explanation seems to be written in the credits, where there was a break between the lines, and Jaymond simply forgot what voice he was using. It didn't bother me too much, though. Both voices were interesting to listen to. This was definitely written by a Brit, noting from some of the terms used in the movie, and it was entertaining listening to Justin and Jaymond saying the British dialect in more American sounding ways. I laughed out loud when Boundless Ben said "Ahh! Bollocks!" It sounded very out of place, but it just made Ben's character even more absurd, which you could say was the point. Normally, thin-plotted action movies don't fare very well in my review system. This one, however was just so much fun to watch, thanks to Dan's keen eye of what's entertaining. It seems to delight in the fact that it is a pure animation piss contest taking the easy win, and the energy that flows through the movie is infectious and fun. It improves bounds and leaps over Revolutions. I look forward to more from Dan Martin. Review by Andrew Salter.

Overall rating: 10/10 Download
JDR Revival [18.48 MB]
JDR Revolutions
Directed by: Daniel Martin
Released: January 2004
Preview This movie came out of nowhere, sent to Dragon Films by a previously unknown director, and quickly came the best movie of 2004. Mixing the sci-fi elements of the Vlarion series with the pointless killing of DD, Dan created himself an extremely entertaining film starring himself and his friends. Some awesome action scenes, with great animation, scenery that, although not the best, does the job very well, and a plot that, although overused, was made a lot better with the inclusion of some great comedy. It's not a perfect movie. The text boxes can be annoying and some of the jokes don't gel, but overall it's an excellent romp that should go down in 3dmm History, and also proves that it's not only people in the community that can make great movies. NOTE: To be able to watch this movie correctly, you need to copy everything from your "Expansions" folder to your "3d Movie Maker" folder, but remember to delete them afterwards!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
JDR Revolutions [12.06 MB]
Jedi Reflexes
Directed by: Gorosaurus
Released: September 2002
Preview A short about a frog type guy (Toad) with amazing reflexes. It's funny and well made.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jedi Reflexes [265 KB]
Jenny
Directed by: Dean Francis
Released: October 2000
Preview Hahaha, I don't know exactly how old this movie is, but my god it's good. It tells the story of the women Jenny who likes to seduce men. This movie has brilliant animation and scenery despite it's crude content. If there's one 3dmm movie to get you horny, then it's 'Jenny'. Nuff Sed!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jenny [980 KB]
Jermome Dies a lot Remake
Directed by: Diabolic
Released: August 2005
Preview A good effort at a terrible concept. I never understood the interest behind movies in which one character randomly dies in many different ways, people should stop making them, but anyway, here we have Jerome, a young lad who dies in four different ways. Four of apparently more scenes available soon in a DVD version. I'm not excited. Generally the movie wasn't a complete disaster, the animation wasn't bad, and the scenery for the most part was well constructed. Voice acting was pretty good but some of the music was stolen from Wrestle-mania 5000. There are better films that have been released in the Film Fest so only download if you are a reviewer or bored. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Jermome Dies a lot Remake [611 KB]
Jerome Dies a lot Remake Teaser
Directed by: Diabolic
Released: April 2005
Preview This teaser shows that the newbie Diabolic is cabable of remaking the old film 'Jerome Dies Alot' and adding a new lease of life to it at the same time. However I did spot come classic mistakes that the director needs to watch out for when it comes to finishing the actual movie. This doesn't mean I didn't like this teaser, it was actually fairly well done and I can see that the director has some potential. Diabolic shows that he can successfully do some straight forward scenery creation and animation, but overall I got the feeling that this teaser wasn't very well constructed - it seemed to be more of a scene from the movie then an actual standalone teaser. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Jerome Dies a lot Remake Teaser [228 KB]
Jim & Tim Hit the Road Teaser
Directed by: Hamish Gavin
Released: March 2003
Preview Last update a reviewed 'The Adventures of Jim & Tim'. I awarded it 5 clappers... I didn't like it much. This trailer shows that it looks as if we're in for more of the same. From what I gathered it follows on from where the last one finished. Jim and Tim 'hit the road' making sure to crash into and blow up as many things as possible. The music used was ok - and fitted relatively well. I guess I'm just not a fan...
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Jim & Tim Hit the Road Teaser [873 KB]
Jimbo Kills All His Friend's For No Reason At All
Directed by: Nicko
Released: July 2003
Preview A poor and unimaginative 'death movie'. It might have been half-desent if the deaths had been at all entertaining, but as it stands they were all unoriginal and boring. The voice acting was atrocious and it appeared that the newbie director was attempting to copy the patented Will Maltby style of directing. Better luck next time.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Jimbo Kills All His Friend's For No Reason At All [1.58 MB]
Jimmy Deans Highly Homosexual & Mega Magical Christmas
Directed by: Xclexski
Released: December 2001
Preview Now that title is a mouthful! Xclexski made this last year apparently but never released it properly. It shows it's age because it is based on community happenings this time last year. Basically, a load of people called Jimmy Dean an attention grabbing whore, and this movie acts on this showing Jimmy's latest "attention grabbing" scheme.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Jimmy Deans Highly Homosexual & Mega Magical Christmas [2.27 MB]
JK-TV Amazing Sports Bloopers
Directed by: Jacob Klinke
Released: January 2000
Preview Featuring some animated bloopers of sports such as boxing, basketball and skiing, this is a reasonably entertaining piece of work though the repetitive 'person-hurts-himself' scenarios become a little annoying.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
JK-TV Amazing Sports Bloopers [527 KB]
Joe Pesci Christmas, A
Directed by: Steve Adamson
Released: December 2000
Preview Made in just ten minutes just to keep everyone in the Christmas spirit, the focus here is not on crisp animation but rather a sense of... err... goodwill towards all men... or something... courtesy of Joe Pesci. A 'nice' little Christmas song from the always delightful Joe Pesci. Very amusing and strangely uplifting.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Joe Pesci Christmas, A [517 KB]
Joey Cosmos a Lesson in HARDKORE
Directed by: Ryan Ames
Released: October 2002
Preview A funny diss of Joey Cosmos from the bulletin board. If you don't know Joey then you won't find this funny. It has some good well made scenes made by the legend Tuna.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Joey Cosmos a Lesson in HARDKORE [544 KB]
Joey Cosmos Show, The
Directed by: Joey Cosmos
Released: July 2002
Preview This is a nice idea (one that's been done hundred's of times before) - but Joey hasn't quite pulled it off. It doesn't seem like he wants to be there doing it, and it is very long winded and boring in places. I like to see really detailed scenery in a talk show to take away the boredom, also because of the static camera angles, but the scenery was bodged and awful. I don't really like talk shows, but the interviews were a bonus point as they were good, except some crap questions were asked. If a bit more thought was put into this, I think it could definitely work, but at the moment, it's a thumbs down!
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Joey Cosmos Show, The [4.84 MB]
Johnny Knocker
Directed by: Hamish Gavin
Released: August 2003
Preview Another addition to the Film Festival's PAMdemonium titles. It was originally meant for the Short Film Festival, however circumstances beyond Hamish's control meant he couldn't release it then. I wasn't really expecting this movie to be any good as I have never enjoyed any of Hamish's other titles, but, this typical 'slasher' movie was pretty cool! A psychopathic serial killer called Johnny Knocker is on a rampage, killing everything in his path. Yeh... It doesn't sound too convincing or original and I'm sure most of us already have a feeling of deja vu. What really makes this different is the style of the scenery and animation. Hamish really went to town with the splatter and gore effects, and the solid soundtrack only complimented this. A great addition to the Film Festival providing lots of entertainment.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Johnny Knocker [1.83 MB]
Johnny Samsinite
Directed by: Jason Ruiz
Released: July 2002
Preview Ruiz has decided to go back to using old skool, default scenery and jazzy midi files in this new comedy. It doesn't any flash animation or scenery to make it enjoyable - its purely plot and comedy driven. It works well, and the voice acting is excellent. Overall, a very well executed movie.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Johnny Samsinite [1.87 MB]
Joke
Directed by: Luis Badano
Released: November 2000
Preview A moderately entertaining movies. It's called 'Joke' and a good joke at that. Heh heh heh. Final Verdict: Good for a chuckle.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Joke [93 KB]
Jon Sapone Tribute
Directed by: Dave Smith
Released: October 2000
Preview It's rude, crude, violent and pointless but very entertaining exaggerating Sapone's unique personality.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Jon Sapone Tribute [1.21 MB]
Jon Steele's Unfinished Work
Directed by: Jon Steele
Released: August 2001
Preview Having recently left the 3dmm community, Jon decided to release all of his unfinished work to date. Unfortunately, this work is brilliant and knowing that it shall never be complete is criminal. A lot of the work show is heavily stylised - especially the 'blue' - and the hand made characters were fantastic. It's a shame to loose a talented member of community... I can only hope that he reconsiders his decision.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jon Steele's Unfinished Work [1.34 MB]
Jon Vs Cal
Directed by: Vilikus
Released: September 2000
Preview A sniper movie with a difference: the intended victim actually fights back. Here, the victim in question is Cal Flavell and his sniper is Jon Sapone. Vilikus has added a rather cinematic feel to it with the use of the widescreen feel and direction is slick with an ending that you might not expect.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jon Vs Cal [35.6 KB]
Jordan Simpson Compilation
Directed by: Jordan Simpson
Released: August 2003
Preview A nice compilation of some of the 'best bits done in 3dmm' by the newbie Jordan Simpson. The small animations shown were extremely well done - even better considering how new this guy is. Full of gorgeous special effects, wonderful scenery and funky customised characters, this is how all newbies should show off his skills. The backing music fitted well too. A nice piece of work, even if it is just a showcase.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jordan Simpson Compilation [2.41 MB]
Jordi Visser Collection
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: January 2004
Preview A Jordi Visser movie, hooray! As I watched the wonderful graphics of the intro I knew this would be awesome. This collection is of scenes from movies he's working on, present and past. Some look very promising and I hope make it to our screens someday. Jordi's skills are amazing, ranging from a cute HMC santa, to intricate lines and shapes to render detail, to a cinematic feel of animation and sweeping scenery, to choosing the right background music, and of course not to mention the beautiful scenery that left me open-mouthed in shock. Holy crap! I look forward to seeing more of jordi's stuff. 3dmm'ing genius.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Jordi Visser Collection [3.13 MB]
Jordi's Matrix Scenes
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: April 2001
Preview A very good matrix parody. As an official fan of Jordi's movies, I've had this little yummy movie on my movie for a very long time, but when I saw that it was missing in 3dmm Studio's archive, I thought that no 3dmm archive is complete without this or any other of the famous Dutchie's work. This is a very good movie with simple scenes, good animation, and awesome matrix effects. You know, running on the wall and stuff like that. Overall, this is a movie which should in every movie archive. Download now if you don't have it.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Jordi's Matrix Scenes [1.34 MB]
Jorrit's Birthday
Directed by: Fredrick Arnoy, Thomas Saville
Released: December 2003
Preview Keeping in with the EP tradition of making fellow members a special birthday message movie, Fred and Tom have released this for Jorrit's 21st. Featuring the Fred, Tom, Jorrit and an inflatable Stalin; hilarity ensues. Hehehe!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jorrit's Birthday [377 KB]
Jpro Compilation, The
Directed by: Joe Douglas
Released: April 2005
Preview Honestly there was no point in this being made, Joe is back into 3dmm so ignore the messages in this saying he is leaving because he's doing anything but that! Phew! However since Jpro is making a fresh start, the new point for this movie is to see what he's left behind so he can start again. The unfinished Part 2 of his popular series 'The Story Of Kah-laious' is here in this compilation. However Joe is remaking TSOK from scratch. Chapter One was first released in December 2004. Apparently he is making the trilogy into one big movie. Something to look forward to. As well as unfinished Kah-laious stuff there is loads of unfinished old movies and some wacky crazy pictures and animations. It was sad to see him leave, but thank God he's turned around and started 3dmming again! Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Jpro Compilation, The [6.02 MB]
Jump
Directed by: John Austin
Released: January 2001
Preview This is quite a simple movie, but excellently hilarious. The movie takes on a simple thing and exaggerates it. The movie plainly features bongo jumping off a building, but the new and excellent directing really make the movie stick out. The music really... fits, the voices are ok, and the animation is good.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Jump [168 KB]
Just Like You Imagined
Directed by: Mike Johnston
Released: December 2002
Preview This movie is a little different from the others. It isn't really a movie at all, it's a collection of old and never before seen work by the director neatly arranged into this 'DVD' style showcase. Some of the most recent stuff is quite cool - very short mind. It even includes his first ever 3D movie! Hehe. Quite interesting.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Just Like You Imagined [1.56 MB]