GamerZ: One Game to Rule Them All Reviews
And that tall guy was funny.
This film spends refreshingly little time mocking the character's geekery and instead builds a truly twisted love hexagon.
I loved the "shadow puppet" animation - it really fitted the mood.
However, the poor acting and script - neither of which should cost too much - let this imaginative indie venture down.
The movie revolves around fantasy role playing games and it is a subject matter that I can't relate to. Fortunately the movie doesn't take it all that seriously either, but doesn't go so far as to alienate those who do.
The film feels slightly amateurish, but not in a way that warrants criticism. Whether it is or isn't a directorial debut, it showcased some inventive touches and cinematography that maybe hallmarks of a talented up and coming director.
The acting was a little hit and miss, but the characters gave plenty of opportunity to make humorous swipes at several social stereotypes.