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(Vimeo) Video "The Promise", a comedy short by TFarker's friend that was bestowed with a Vimeo Staff Pick   ( vimeo.com) divider line
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2013-04-10 02:47:22 PM  
Yeah, but what's the criteria to get hired by Vimeo?

To paraphrase Thornton Melon "The guy who hired them could have been a maniac!"
2013-04-10 03:10:13 PM  
That was pretty damned good.
2013-04-10 03:12:46 PM  
Well, that was far better than that pretentious "Flux" crap posted by the filmmaker expecting to get adulation and kudos for her wishy-washy artsy-fartsy student film.
2013-04-10 03:17:12 PM  
That was cute, Subby's Friend.

You should do a small series of videos with the same two guys.  Don't kill one of them though -- that would be unpleasant.  Keep it a series about solid friendship between two bizarre guys.
2013-04-10 03:34:00 PM  
i liked that better than I thought I would have...well done!
2013-04-10 03:40:33 PM  
That was well done.  Hilarious acting...
2013-04-10 03:51:52 PM  
Very funny, nicely done. Thank you, Subby and Subby's ffiend.
2013-04-10 04:10:15 PM  
Despite the positive comments above, that was not utter crap. I'm flabbergasted. It was actually very amusing.
2013-04-10 04:20:48 PM  
That was great! Deliciously dark comedy, witty script, talented performers, good camera-work and editing.

//excuse me while I go kill the neighbours.
2013-04-10 04:28:19 PM  
Not enough spinning or walking through doors....  I'm going back to watch Flux again.
2013-04-10 05:01:07 PM  
That... was pretty good!
2013-04-10 05:13:39 PM  
I enjoyed it, thanks.
2013-04-10 05:14:37 PM  
Not bad. Since no one else is giving any constructive criticism, though, I'll start... It could be tighter - dragged a bit around minute 3 and 4.
2013-04-10 05:21:34 PM  
That looked like an episode of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia".
2013-04-10 05:30:26 PM  
That pistol looked familiar.
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They must have painted it.
2013-04-10 07:32:49 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: That looked like an episode of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia".

Wait a minute, I thought that was "It's Always Scummy in Philthydethia".
2013-04-10 07:37:14 PM  
Excellent job.  That being said, that was a wee bit twisted.
2013-04-10 07:51:20 PM  

pdee: That pistol looked familiar.
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They must have painted it.

First thing I thought when I saw that was "bb's, pellets, and darts will take a long time to kill man"

Good bit, that was pretty funny. Did Who's on first get a "75 years later this is still funny" post?
2013-04-10 08:12:15 PM  
Subby, not bad at all ... thanks for submitting
2013-04-10 08:17:58 PM  
That was good!  Well scripted and well acted.  Hopefully this will lead to bigger things for them.
2013-04-10 08:24:51 PM  
Enjoyed the hell out of that.  THanks Subby.  Oh and the last line about "do we have to stay here"?  Hilarious!
2013-04-10 11:37:46 PM  
That really sucked.
2013-04-11 12:08:45 AM  
That was very Sorkin-esque.  I'm not a fan of Sorkin, but I can see how other people would like it.
2013-04-11 12:12:33 AM  
Why the direct link?

That never happens.

Something smells fishy.

/wonder if I'll get over it
2013-04-11 12:21:26 AM  
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2013-04-11 12:51:11 AM  
I like the first half. The acting was good and it was well produced. The ending didn't really do it for me though.
2013-04-11 04:26:05 AM  
Deus ex machina! And it didn't ruin it. Good job.
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