Just recently I watched a sort-of-old movie from 2012 called Source Code. It is one of the few films these days that have really confusing plots that leave you with so many questions that leave you wanting more. Yes, it might be confusing, but don't think that it is not a good movie, because it slowly answers all the questions you could have about it, and in the end, it makes a lot of sense. With this technique that they used it makes people interested in it, and it makes them want to watch it all once they see one part. If we could figure out, and make one, how to do a film like this, our videos would be just that much better. I know that it might be too late for any one to change to a short film for 4th quarter, but you can develop the technique now, and apply it to next year's 4th quarter, or even the Crazy 8's. If you haven't seen this movie yet, I suggest you try it out. See you soon. Bye!
I am in 8th grade in my school's Advanced Media class. I love this class and I have been having lots of fun in it. This past year we went to San Diego, where STN was held, and the year before it was in Orlando. This year it was in Atlanta, Georgia.