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  • By Peter
    October 09, 2009
    01:53 AM

    Atree3's deliciously creative Meat Loaf is beyond doubt the most the thought-provoking instructional vid presently on YT. I can't wait to try her meat tenderizing method. This one is clearly the front runner!!!
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  • By Pete O.
    October 14, 2009
    10:30 PM

    I noticed a lot of positive comments about Amy Elizabeth, but I found it very boring. It really copied the Akerman film and did not branch out on its own at all, very pretentious, and after reading his little comment about his own work further just only further proves the pretentiousness of it! The Engineer Makes Potatoes was the most creative!
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  • By Pete O.
    October 14, 2009
    10:36 PM

    I agree with John Simmins about Amy Elizabeth... and I was reading DAVID J. WHITE's, (the maker of this short I guess), little blurb above, hilarious, he calls other people's works poor-man versions, and boring and I think he even called one pretentious, Well David, take a closer look at your own work and what you say... EGOs
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  • By Pete O.
    October 14, 2009
    10:52 PM

    Agreed with the two above comments...
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  • By Pete O.
    October 15, 2009
    12:59 AM

    Haha. I was just reading through all the comments and I too feel that I have to agree with the last 3 above about David's Amy Elizabeth. I thought it was ok, I didn't care for it too much. A lot of people seamed to like it and posted some nice comments which appear to have gone right to that David guy's head. It reminds of that character ENO from the movie Art School Confidential. If your a film buff you'll know the character. He's the pretentious one who writes his name 3 times ENO ENO ENO for his self portrait. and this David guys last little comment "Overall this was alot of fun, and I’m glad that such a contest even exists. I’m not sure who else but Criterion would’ve thrown a contest based on “Jeanne Dielman 23, Commerce Street, 1080 Bruxelles”. Weirdos!" - good way of kissing criterion's ass
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  • By Jos d.
    October 15, 2009
    08:48 AM

    I'd like to give a nod to Allison Almodovar's comic masterpiece ("Allison’s Response to Jeanne Dielman Criterion Cooking Contest").
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  • By Pete O.
    October 15, 2009
    09:31 AM

    David, you could not be more wrong, haha, but you can keep telling yourself that
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  • By Pete O.
    October 17, 2009
    12:29 AM

    Just because I agreed with the comment above me doesn't mean I'm the same person??? that doesn't even make sense... I didn't enter the contest but I was going through the lot of the videos and I just though some constructive criticism would have been better than saying this one bored me or that was unfunny .... anyways nothing to make a big fuss over...
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