Ragtag Group of Rebelz 2 Preview, A
Directed by: Jimmy Pozin
Released: October 2001
Preview This looks like a solid preview for the sequel to Jimmy's simply breathtaking Ragtag Group Of Rebels. It has me very excited, although the actual movie is overdue.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Ragtag Group of Rebelz 2 Preview, A [1.11 MB]
Ragtag Group of Rebelz DVD, A
Directed by: Jimmy Pozin
Released: September 2001
Preview Jimmy Pozin strikes again! This time his movie is about Arabs stealing the US's nerve gas, complete with incredible animation. Pozin always manages to push 3dmm to its limits, and he has made a great movie with awesome animation, some amazing scenery, and lots of detail. It isn't perfect, though. The voice acting is terrible, and sometimes there is an obvious lack of detail, which is very unlike Pozin. None of this really matters, however, and I recommend you download it now for a fun entertaining romp. This DVD edition also features previews, reviews, and lots of interesting features that make it a worthwhile download.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Ragtag Group of Rebelz DVD, A [30.66 MB]
Railway Crossing, The
Directed by: Gavin Owers
Released: December 2003
Preview I watched this movie straight after reviewing some of the Bongo Adventure movies and bizarely enough, this could also most be a Bongo Adventure episode... So, yeh, you guessed it, this is another movie about our lovable fat-man, Bongo. It seems to me that every movie he stars in, his luck is never in his favour; something usually happens that spells the end of his existance. Today is no exception when Bongo gets unlucky with a railway crossing (funnily enough). Gavin's use of the default scenery and hand-made parts is done so well that you don't even realise that you are watching something set in Misty City with accompanying midi's in the background. Short, yet ever-so sweet. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Railway Crossing, The [1.04 MB]
Rayman Teaser
Directed by: Anders Borg
Released: September 2003
Preview A pretty nice little teaser based around the limbless videogame character 'Rayman' this looks as if it's shaping up to be something worth looking out for. There's some neat scenery and the handmade characters were incredibly accurate. It was all over a little too soon though... perhaps Anders should have 'beefed' it out a bit before releasing it. Watch this space.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Rayman Teaser [632 KB]
Rebirth of 3dmm
Directed by: Adrian Pikios
Released: December 2000
Preview As we have come to expect, another amazing movie by Pikios. The film is heavily built on emotions, based around a situation where the entire world faces destruction, due to a huge meteor crashing towards Earth. The movie is music driven, meaning there's just music playing and no sfx or voices used throughout - but it just works so well. The music fits perfectly, and creates an atmosphere which would probably be impossible to gain by using voices. The scenery is, like most of Adrian's movie, good, and nicely detailed, and the effects are simply fantastic. Fireball's, meteors and come burning through the atmosphere, and the movie does genuinely become emotionally involving. The moving camera angles and general feel of the movie is smooth and clean. Download immediately! - another example of how 3dmm movies should be. Review by Will Cheyney.

One of the most startingly human movies made in 3dmm, Pikios shows us the eventual demise of a community loved by many, as all anyone can do is watch. The scenery in this movie isn't the best, but it doesn't have to be, everything is portrayed just as it should be. Animation is great, as always by Pikios, but the real gem in the movie is the emotion. People stop skating, fishing, or whatever, and just watch in horror as the world they know crumbles. A drunk guy in a bar smashes the TV. People cuddle up closer, waiting for the end. Pikios himself has tears running down his face, watching it all from some airport. A while ago, I expressed wonder about the symbolism of this movie, and was told "It's just about meteors hitting things." What? The movie is called Rebirth of 3dmm! Hover the costume changer over nearly every single actor in the movie, and it tells you which fucking community member they are! This is clearly about the death of the 3dmm Community, which I suppose makes the title slightly ironic. It works very well, and adds a slightly human side to the community. Maltby and Ward lay back in a chair, calmly accepting their fate. Brad Ross, Matt Ford, and Steve Astill are all fishing, and as the meteors appear they stare up at the sky in wonder. This movie is like War of the Worlds in that it isn't about the end, it's about how people react to it, and in that aspect, it works perfectly. I'm not sure quite what's going on at the end. Are they in heaven? Did they survive? Whatever the answer, it's just not important, as Pikios has shown us exactly what he wanted us to see. Review by Tom Bown.

Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Rebirth of 3dmm [1.09 MB]
Rednecks in New York
Directed by: Blake Walker
Released: October 2002
Preview Created in 1999 by Blake, this movie is a classic. The animation was first-rate for it's time, but now seems a little dated. The story really is excellent, and this makes up for some poorly animated scenes. A decent movie and definitely a landmark movie in the history of 3dmm.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Rednecks in New York [2.05 MB]
Redux
Directed by: Aaron Haynes, Gorosaurus
Released: January 2004
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #11. Oh my god. Without-a-doubt one of the best 3dmm movies ever. Honest. Originally dubbed 'RebirthREDUX' this does have strong connections with Adrian Pikios' classic, '3dmm Rebirth'. The community is on the verge of another armageddon and a load of 3dmm characters are out to do their bit. Of course, this isn't the whole story - I'll just let you find the rest out for yourselves! Much the same as '3dmm Rebirth', 'Redux' has no dialogue. Instead, a hugely strong and dramatic score is used. It works incredibly well. The cast line up is another of the movie's strong points. I love how the directors have included 3dmm characters various community members have created and incorporated them into a movie of their own. The way you recognise characters somehow sucks you into their world, allowing you to relate to them further. The excellent music supports this. The animation is constantly smooth and fluid - probably the best I have seen to date, and some of the special effects used are unbelievable. It is one of the most cinematic and magical 3dmm movies I have seen. Everything has been beautifully and lovingly done and it is obvious that a lot of time and care has been taken to ensure that everything is PERFECT. Even the end credits sequence was fantastically made and thought-out. Goro and Aaron have cleverly included Frankie's Expansion Pack with this movie. Hopefully everyone will now have finally installed it! Goro, Aaron. You have outdone yourselves. You are an inspiration to us all - this is not something you want to miss... Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Redux [7.84 MB]
Redux DVD Edition
Directed by: Aaron Haynes, Gorosaurus
Released: January 2005
Preview So, one of my favorite 3dmm movies of all time gets the DVD overhaul treatment... It is obvious that Jason and Aaron have put further, phenomenal amounts of effort into this to ensure everything is polished to the highest of all shines. This DVD comes with a host of extras including both the original and extended versions of the film, an extremely informative and enjoyable directors commentary done by the two directors, promotional posters, deleted scenes, the soundtrack, artwork and a whole lot more besides. The all-new extended version features new and reworked scenes (more detail, more frames), a longer battle sequence between Godzilla and the 'Bored with 3dmm Demon', more cameos from well recognised community HMC's, and a tear jerking tribute to Redwampa and Adrian Pikios. The driving dramatic score makes it's return, along with some extra pieces - the powerful music really brings everything to life, sucking you in. The animation and scenery is second to none. You will not have seen anything like it before; who ever thought that a 3dmm movie could be so beautiful? It really would give a depressed 3dmmer a good reason to live. Another thing I thought I'd mention is the way in which the DVD has expertly been arranged and compiled. I am so glad that Aaron and Jason didn't go down the whole 'go to scene 113 for the deleted scenes' route. Instead, everything is neatly organised into directories within the zip file download. A much less messy and infinitely more logical approach, I believe. 'DVDs' within 3dmm tend to get a bit messy, as is obvious after watching movies like 'Deputy'. A tremendous movie, and the perfect way to end what has otherwise been a fairly disappointing Film Festival. Absolute gold. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Redux DVD Edition [53.28 MB]
Redwampa Meets Pikios
Directed by: Adrian Pikios, Redwampa
Released: September 2002
Preview Tragically, this is and never will be finished. This is probably the most magical, emotional and moving movie experience ever created in 3dmm. Something that only Redwampa and Pikios could create in collaboration. It's these feelings that make this movie so unique. You FEEL involved. You FEEL attached. You FEEL emotion. Everything is superb. The music, animation, characters, scenery, everything. If only it could have been finished, because the way this was going, it could have been up there in the best 3 Movie Maker movies ever. Even if it is unfinished this is unmissable - when it ends, you'll feel as if you are about to cry. Spellbinding.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Redwampa Meets Pikios [3.88 MB]
Redwampa's Movie History
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: August 2002
Preview It's made by Redwampa - you know its going to be great. Another excellent movie showing clips from all of the movies he has created in chronological order. The music is well chosen and the clips are satisfying and informative. It shows what a brilliant catalogue of movies he has made and will make you want to watch at least one of them again. Very well put together and a definite download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Redwampa's Movie History [5.36 MB]
Regime of Terror
Directed by: Hand Made Character
Released: December 2003
Preview Christmas 03 Film Festival movie #1. Set in 2010, the movie depicts a character entering the 3dmm community world, which used to be a peaceful place to live. Apparently though, movie standards became too high and the passion for movie making died - taking the community with it. The community world has now become a kind of prison; once you enter, you will never leave. I imagine the use of black and white reflects this idea. Fear not though, for the movies hero throws the handy 'Good/Evil' switch firmly to 'Good'. The sequence of colour and prosperity returning to the land is magical and extremely pleasing on the eyes. The black and white imagery obviously brought back memories of 'Dead Heart In a Dead World'. Don't be alarmed though, this is no rip-off, and the use of such a technique worked really well, setting an ideal mood. I enjoyed watching this movie and the addition of having a host of everyone's favorite handmade characters was an excellent touch. There are a couple of nags to be had however. There were a LOAD of sound errors throughout the movie, which kind of disrupted my viewing pleasure, and the initial midi shouldn't have been used. How hard would it have been to get an mp3 version of Tubular Bells and stuck that in instead? The voices were also a little poor and I felt that the movie could have gone on for a little longer. Other than that though, this is an excellently made movie that is well worth the download. Recommended.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Regime of Terror [1.23 MB]
Remember
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: February 2002
Preview Andres is generally renowned for creating mini-masterpieces. Whether they are funny shorts like 'The General' and 'Pumpkins' or feature length movies like 'DHIADW' - they are always of a good standard. Unfortunately 'Remember' doesn't quite cut the biscuit. Admittedly, the scenery and animation is top, but the actual movie just doesn't go anywhere. It simply doesn'twork. Throughout, I was confused and not entirely sure what was going on - A poor plot, I hear you cry? Well, yes. Andres, who is usually so critical of such a trait, has managed to produce a fairly average movie without a storyline to back it up. Final verdict: good, but not what we have come to expect from Monsieur Hoz.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Remember [631 KB]
Remember 2000
Directed by: Jeff Ching
Released: January 2001
Preview Remember 2000 was the first of Jeff Ching's "Remember" series, and also the worst. As I'm sure you know, Jeff collected clips from the best 3dmm movies to put into one short compilation. Only one problem: he forgot some of the best ones! Quality films such as DD, Dragon in America, and Rebirth of 3dmm were left out. I know Jeff disliked DD, but to leave it out of a compilation designed to show the best movies of that year is just madness. The song chosen was also awful and Jeff forgot to put the names of the movies the clips were from as they came up, which lead to some confusion. However, the movie still shows what a great year 2000 was, and also prompted me to download a few movies. Overall, good, but not good enough.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Remember 2000 [2.02 MB]
Remember 2001
Directed by: Jeff Ching
Released: January 2002
Preview Last year, Jeff produced the acclaimed 'Remember 2000'. For this, he collected small clips from the best movies of 2000, and stitched them together, creating a simple, yet extremely effective compilation movie. This year, quite aptly, comes 'Remember 2001'. Jeff has done the same as before, and made a great compilation movie of movies released in 2001. It isn't until you watch it, that you realise what a great year it has been for 3dmm. The movies carefully selected soundtrack "How You Remind Me", by Nickelback sync's almost perfectly with all of the clips (although it might be out a little out of time if you have XP). Forget Remember 2000, download this now and you will clearly see that the community is far from dieing off in any kind of hurry. Here's to 2002...!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Remember 2001 [1.72 MB]
Remember 2002
Directed by: Jeff Ching
Released: May 2003
Preview Finally released, the ever delayed 'Remember 2002' is a montage of all the major 2002 movie maker releases. Clips from over 35 movies are played to a well synced soundtrack (a different song may have been nicer though). It would seem that 2002 was a very good year for 3dmm, once again proving that the 3D Movie Maker community is far from dead. It's nice to look back and reflect on the back-catalogue of movies released in the year that's just passed, and what better way to do it than watch Remember 2002.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Remember 2002 [2.50 MB]
Remember 2003
Directed by: Jeff Ching
Released: April 2004
Preview Wow! This was great! The fourth Remember movie, and the best yet! Jeff Ching gets clips from the most popular movies from 2003, and shows everyone exactly how much life the community has left in it. This edition has a great song behind it, some nice synching, and clips that were just the right amount of time. This movie really opened my eyes to how awesome 2003 was. The community dead? Pah, this is just the beginning...
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Remember 2003 [2.30 MB]
Remember 2004
Directed by: Jeff Ching
Released: May 2005
Preview Remember 2004 continues Jeff Ching’s 'Remember' series, and in ways he improves, but in ways it lags a little bit. Jeff has collected, with the help of the community, clips from the year’s movies and strung them together with a few songs. The problem this time around is the move starts to run out of steam. This is mostly due to the music choice. One of the songs is so long that it starts to get repetitive. On some computers, it also ends before the movie footage ends. However, Jeff has managed to put together a gigantic collection of movies into nine minutes of pure 3dmm stardom, making Remember 2004 longer and more complete than its predecessors. Though it has some flaws, Remember 2004 serves as the community’s yearly reminder of how much creativity it still has in it. Review by Andrew Salter.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Remember 2004 [5.44 MB]
Replay
Directed by: Ramza Brave
Released: August 2003
Preview A movie which is actually a game. Sounds interesting, but sadly it's not really anything more than a movie with multiple endings - at least I couldn't find any other 'game' aspects. Visually, the scenery is pretty outdated. There are a few shots where Ramza actually did some nice work but overall the scenery is pretty n00bish. The animations were generally poor as well. I found the chase scene near the end plain stupid. The only redeeming feature is the movies music. The soundtrack is good. We all know that Ramza has a very large music library to choose from, so the chosen music works well with the on-screen-happenings. That's pretty much all I can say. A nice idea, but for me it failed to entertain.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Replay [2.62 MB]
Replay REPLAYED
Directed by: Ramza Brave
Released: May 2004
Preview Someone will have to explain this movie to me. I think this was a community joke and being a newbie myself I think I was probably more confused than others, but anyway, apart from that this was pretty well made. The scenery was pretty decent and in the film it made me chuckle in some places. The stupid idea surrounding a whodunit theme was rather well - stupid! It made little sense, but in all some clear effort has been put into this. Review by Richard Bevis.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Replay REPLAYED [2.84 MB]
Resident Evil: Ground Zero Preview
Directed by: Jeremy Madzelan
Released: April 2002
Preview This movie is gonna rock! This is gonna blow us away, the plot looks solid, the animation looks slick, the gore looks inch perfect. When i saw the first preview, I thought... impressive. Then the second came along, and it got me hooked. Now I can't wait for this movie. Whilst watching this preview, I was static, mouth down. At the very end a man gets decapitated and it is so awesome I watched it frame by frame and dismantled the scene, it is awesomely detailed. DOWNLOAD NOW!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Resident Evil: Ground Zero Preview [1.27 MB]
Retaliation
Directed by: Anders Borg
Released: August 2004
Preview An okay little short, and it does the job, although i'd say the story was something we've seen alot of before, with a few things left up in the air (which didn't work for me, if they were meant to). Anyway, the first thing I noticed with this movie was the smart use of new textures. They didn't feel out of place at all, and felt rather in place with the characters, as in some movies I see people going overboard with them and making it look stupid. But Anders managed to make 3dmm look just that little bit better. Now, the whole 'slow fade from black to white' was used way too much. It felt that every other scene had that after it, in the future try to find different ways to go into scenes (yeah I know 3dmm has it's limitations). Musically, I liked all of it (C'mon, you used Silent Hill), except I felt the last track didn't really fit with the rest of the movies soundtrack. It just felt out of place. Another musical thing to mention, as the music just cut off like that, it really killed the feel of the movie. Even fading it out would've been better, and well, it's not that hard a thing to do. One thing I should mention is that angle when he's coming home and coming up the stairs. I thought that angle was great. Good job. Also the effects used when he comes into the room were all good too. And I for one thought the tears were done well, as I usually think doing tears in a 3dmm movie is pointless (look at Shit Happens, it made the final monologue look retarded with big blue spheres dropping from his eyeballs). Lastly, I thought the '7 years later' bit wasn't needed. You should have ended the film before that. All in all a nice little short, but the atmosphere was killed so many times by the lack of decent music editing.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Retaliation [4.36 MB]
Retarded Christmas
Directed by: Razor McBlade
Released: December 2002
Preview A funny but slightly tedious movie. The scenery is plain but the voice acting makes up for it. A funny download.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Retarded Christmas [1.89 MB]
Retrospection
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma, Qaz Askew
Released: August 2002
Preview A beautifully told story of a recently deceased young man who goes back and retrospect's the last day of his life trying to figure out why he died at such a young age. He must examine his life, his friends and figure out how it all went wrong. This is an excellent movie. It contains very good scenery, moving camera and a brilliant plot. The standards of voice acting, although slightly muffled in places, are very good. It runs for a hefty 14 minutes, which is amazing in itself. The only thing I can criticise it of apart from the very colourful scenery, was the lack of sound effects for things like putting things on tables, or people talking in the background and footsteps. You can tell this was well thought out, a very intelligent movie. Best drama of 2002. DOWNLOAD NOW!
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Retrospection [5.86 MB]
Return
Directed by: Brad Ross
Released: June 2005
Preview Brad Ross has returned and brought us a new movie about his return to the community. It's a PAM, and it shows that dispite the fact that Brad has been out of the '3dmm-loop' for so long, he is still a brilliant animator! I think it would be interesting to see what Brad could do with the expansion packs as this is very much 'old skool 3dmm' orientated. Even though he doesn't make use of any of the new expansions he is still doing fine without them - I must admit there is something rather endearing about the old look now anyway. The scenery was pretty simple, but adequate for what was happening, and Brad did make this in a few days so I can't really complain. The best thing about this movie was definitely the animations; the lightsaber fight near the end was brilliant. This is the perfect example of how something so short can still be really good, and with other projects from Brad on the way, this is a very exciting time. Welcome back Brad. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Return [1.79 MB]
Reunion
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: August 2002
Preview Another fantastically well made narrative movie from Jordi. As ever everything is perfect - its well animated, moving and thoughtful. There are some nice effects used too which add atmosphere to the experience; I particularly liked the 'old-age' animation and mirroring text-to-speach. A great little drama, with a very good simple plot.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Reunion [1.31 MB]
Rhys Choke Gun Shot
Directed by: Rhys Jones
Released: April 2005
Preview Nothing big, a HMC has Gustave in a head lock and is shooting people. Pretty nice, but this was more of an animation test then a movie. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Rhys Choke Gun Shot [60 KB]
Ringu
Directed by: Z-Man
Released: May 2004
Preview The .3mm that kills you 7 days after you watch it... yeah *ahem*. Z-Man has taken the movie 'The Ring' in a different direction to usual, adding a comical stance to it. I didn't expect a comedy when I first opened it, but then again, I knew absolutely nothing about it. Anyway, I thought that the movie dragged out all it had to offer for far too long; the jokes were pretty boring and the whole jizzing on things never really got funny. I don't know, it just didn't appeal to my sense of humor. The actual animations of the Ring were very nice but I can't praise anything else. I'm sure some of you will love this movie - I've heard several people on the bulletin board ranting about how funny it is. This just ain't my bag, baby.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Ringu [2.44 MB]
Rising Battle Teaser
Directed by: Jakob Christoffersen
Released: March 2002
Preview OK - this looks incredible. I have been meaning to watch and review this for a couple of weeks now, but never go round to it. I should have done it sooner, and I apologise to Jakob. Anyway, its here now and I recommend you have a look. Custom characters and swords are aplenty in this medieval battle; in a land of war, glory, knights and kings. The attention to detail is superb, and animation is smooth. Defiantly one to look out for.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Rising Battle Teaser [451 KB]
Road Kill
Directed by: Red Scorpion
Released: December 2004
Preview Not long ago, Red Scorpion made Christmas Rockerz!. Unsurprisingly it was not successful and quickly became the focus of ridicule for the next few days. Shortly after, Red started this movie - and it's ALOT better. For starters (and perhaps 100% superficially), the scenery is alot better then it was in Christmas Rockerz!. Maybe this is because Tom Bown and Ben Rice lent him a hand and did some of it for him... to what extent however, I don't know. Funnily enough though, the movie did fall victim to a few classic hiccups. The most blatantly obvious problem was the difficulties I experienced sound. I found the voice acting was so quiet, that for the majority of it's runtime I couldn't hear what people were saying. Ben Rice and Pogo did the voices - both of which I know for a fact don't have mouse-like voices. Sound editing may be a little advanced for Red, however :P. Story wise, well, there much of one and some of the animation and blood effects were actually pretty decent. Defiantly Red Scorpion's best work to date.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Road Kill [2.70 MB]
Robert Domke Movie, The
Directed by: BR
Released: July 2003
Preview A very quick "comedy" affair that didn't really rub. Robert Domke goes through a few changes whilst largin' it up to a mindblowingly awful tune. To finish it off there's also disturbing picture at the end (see left).
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
Robert Domke Movie, The [275 KB]
Robert Domke Movie 2, The
Directed by: Damie McKeown
Released: August 2003
Preview HEAPS better than the original - a lot more... interesting? I still didn't really find it that funny but I loved the first few scenes with the headphones and the DJ dream. I found that the animation drove the movie considerably more than the comedy. Saying that, a couple of scenes were quite humorous (like the dick through the vinyl and the ending), but on the whole it was the excellent animation that made it.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Robert Domke Movie 2, The [947 KB]
Rock Bottom (unfinished)
Directed by: James Burgon
Released: August 2002
Preview First of all, I want to say that I didn't really think that this movie was that good, mainly because its unfinished (like too many of James' movies!). But, I did really enjoy the big action scene. The scenery was nice, kinda cartoony and the animation flowed quite well. The plot wasn't very strong and I felt that perhaps a british voice actor for the main character would have been more appropriate. Not great, but by no-means bad.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Rock Bottom (unfinished) [7.56 MB]
Room 106
Directed by: Will Bamber
Released: October 2005
Preview The Fright Fest 2005 kicks of with a short horror tale by Mr. Bamber, about a man locked in his room in a abandoned hotel speaking of why he is trapped and telling of his ways out. It is a rather dark story of murder and the atmosphere of it is kinda creepy. I know for a fact that horrors are Molotov's speciality. It has some very horrific scenery and the voices and textures use really blend into the Film Fest of All Hallows Eve indeed. Sadly, the ending was a bit of a let down and is rather random - it'll definitely make you jump. Another downside is that this movie is quite complicated and I had to watch it about 3 times to understand it, doing the same should help you get the picture and allow you to appreciate the movies writing subtleties. This is a fairly good entry into the Fright Fest, download if you want a good, albeit confusing, scare or just love the spirit of Halloween! Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Room 106 [2.42 MB]
Room 136
Directed by: Stefan
Released: August 2003
Preview A short by our good friend Stefan, and it was pretty decent! It's about a divorced man who (obviously!) wants to kill his family. The movies voice acting was excellently done. The scenery was dark and sort of cell shaded... It was also very nicely done. Not bad at all. Review by Ben Rice.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Room 136 [564 KB]
Root Pie
Directed by: Chris Hughes, Mark Hughes
Released: December 1999
Preview Root Pie is known as a 3dmm classic. Not because it's a particularly good movie, because it's the longest 3dmm movie ever. The 2 hours+ run time, default scenery, and text boxes meant that many people switched it off after the first 10 minutes. They, admittedly, are extremely bad, but the movie gradually improves. A great plot, some awesome scenes such as the Nintendo scene, but this movie simply cannot match the standards set by today, not by a long shot. I would only recommend downloading it if you have a lot of time to spare and don't mind having to wade through the boring bits to see some great scenes.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Root Pie [18.72 MB]
Rose
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: July 2000
Preview This is an excellent music video using the rose as a symbolic image. A man returns to his village, finds them all killed and vows revenge. Sweet.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Rose [1.47 MB]
Rouge
Directed by: Mathieu Riley
Released: January 2004
Preview If anyone can show just how much Doraemon can help your movies, it's Cheezemaster. Unfortunately, the use of the underrated expansion has made sure that this movie doesn't get the attention it deserves. This is a huge shame, as this movie is great. Cheeze uses the Doraemon expansion to great effect, using its props to make car dashboards and giant teddies, among many other things. The scenery is great, and the animation is good too. But by far the best thing of this movie is the plot. Is is quite probably the most complex plot ever made in 3dmm, and is pulled off perfectly. The voice acting by Super Chicken Girl and Jaymond is also near-perfect as well. Overall, this is an awesome film, and a showcase of how much the Doraemon expansion could help the community if they could just give it a chance.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Rouge [3.82 MB]
Round Zero
Directed by: Mathieu Riley
Released: December 2002
Preview Another Film Festival movie. Hightly original and enjoyable with great animation and scenery. I wasn't expecting the movie to end when it did - I was hoping for it to go on a little longer! Still, a great movie. Oh and I love those boxing gloves...
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Round Zero [2.39 MB]
Rubin's Bodycount
Directed by: Rubin Ridley
Released: September 2003
Preview We've had quite a few bodycount movies recently, and here's the latest offering from Rubin. It's a high octane death affair with lots of satisfying 'thriks', 'splats' and 'crunches' - all resulting in (of course) death. Nicely animated and synced with the coolly selected music. Nice.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Rubin's Bodycount [369 KB]
Runaway
Directed by: Verti
Released: December 2004
Preview A good second addition to the 3dmm Winter Film Festival 2004. Verti has made a pretty cool heist/fugitive movie. The scenery was average at the start and progressively got better towards the end. The music was mainly from movies like 'Mission Impossible' and 'The Pink Panther'. The voices were all done by Verti and they all sounded mostly the same apart from the taxi driver; he was funny. A good ending and a good movie altogether. Good job.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Runaway [1.15 MB]
Running Down of Cal Flavell, The
Directed by: Steve Astill
Released: October 2000
Preview Steve made this short hate movie about Cal as a one-day break from his long hate movie about Cal, hehe. Whether or not you think Cal is a dickhead or cool, legend or fool, you'll love the animation which simulates lighting very well adding to the atmosphere. The music also is well-suited and the voices are hilarious. If this was done in a day, Steve's longer movie'll
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Running Down of Cal Flavell, The [478 KB]