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Six-Gun Justice

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Six-Gun Justice

Two lawmen on foot are pursuing an outlaw. They meet a hunter on the plains who agrees to guide them to Three Rivers. But not all is as it appears as you will see when you watch, "Six-Gun Justice"!

Cast
Justin Orman .... Jeff Walters
Kyle Stevens .... Cole Branson
Kevin Weston .... Russ McClain

Crew
Andrew Stevens .... Director / Camera Operator
Jimmy Iorga .... Boom Operator
Kyle Stevens .... Post-Production

Runtime: 10:52

 Stream (YouTube, 720x400)




Comments

Comment by Laura on 1/9/2008 @ 9:59:23 AM
Nice job! :) That looks like Eagle's Nest territory...

Comment by Dawna on 1/10/2008 @ 4:25:13 PM
You both die really well, Kevin and Kyle!:) Good job, guys!!!

Comment by Justin on 1/10/2008 @ 11:04:15 PM
I deserve some credit for being serious in this movie. Half of this movie we're walking...I'm up front trying to look serious, and these two guys are going all "Steve McQueen" on me behind my back. The rocks and hat cleaning and the whole bit...lol.

Comment by Dawna on 1/11/2008 @ 1:02:11 PM
Good job on being serious, Justin! ;)

Comment by Kayla on 1/12/2008 @ 2:37:05 PM
Great job, guys! I think it was awesome! You guys should do a war film sometime! :)

Comment by Jay on 1/16/2008 @ 11:32:52 AM
Ditto Kayla... you guys should do a war film. (in your free time ;) )
Justin, great job looking serious. You were hanging onto that rifle like you suspected something was going to go awry. Very cautious; and epic, I might add.
Yeah, I also liked how you died Kevin, if you play it in rewind, you look just like you did that night when Nathan LM and I woke you up at the Hemet CI. :D
Kyle... did you have some sort of fall restraint or something? Nice little tumble, looked painful; possibly fatal. ;)
good job, cherio.

(now here I go trying to enter this opaque little "code" to submit my comment)

Comment by Jay on 1/16/2008 @ 11:33:05 AM
Ditto Kayla... you guys should do a war film. (in your free time ;) )
Justin, great job looking serious. You were hanging onto that rifle like you suspected something was going to go awry. Very cautious; and epic, I might add.
Yeah, I also liked how you died Kevin, if you play it in rewind, you look just like you did that night when Nathan LM and I woke you up at the Hemet CI. :D
Kyle... did you have some sort of fall restraint or something? Nice little tumble, looked painful; possibly fatal. ;)
good job, cherio.

(now here I go trying to enter this opaque little "code" to submit my comment)

Comment by Jay on 1/16/2008 @ 11:34:04 AM
double comment. my bad. actually... I was trying to make it look like you had a lot of comments.
;)

Comment by Lois on 1/21/2008 @ 8:02:46 PM
Awesome film guys! Definately one of your best. The location was beautiful! Kudos to Justin for not cracking a smile the whole time. ;)
Gotta love the enthusiasm Kyle! Does it hurt real bad when you throw yourself down like that?! Kevin, that little smile you had on just before you "died" was classic...we couldn't stop laughing! Great job.

Comment by Michael AKA Lucas on 1/22/2008 @ 8:15:37 AM
Great job. Justin really had the Jimmy Stewart thing going with the limping on a shot leg. ;) Wonderful location, also.

Comment by AKJ on 1/25/2008 @ 6:20:21 PM
Moon shot was awesome, but you should have sped it up more.

Comment by Ryan on 1/27/2008 @ 2:50:55 PM
Good Job Boys

Comment by Daniel C. on 1/27/2008 @ 11:48:15 PM
Good Job, That's a double whammy with the music though, Elmer Bernstein and Ennio Morricone! =)

Really got the western feel.


Comment by Nathan on 3/11/2008 @ 7:48:54 PM
Hey guys just a heads up Stage 6 has shut down their site... All your high resolution videos that you hosted there are gone now.

Comment by Justin on 3/13/2008 @ 3:39:52 PM
Gone forever...and ever.

That stinks.

Comment by Andrew on 3/17/2008 @ 8:17:59 PM
Yeah, I know... I've just been too lazy to take them off. ;) I'm trying to find an alternative solution for hosting the high res videos, so if anyone knows a good one, feel free to share.

Comment by Waltman kiddos on 4/17/2008 @ 6:43:44 PM
GREAT music on this one! Great job on the videography, too, though it seems like most of the time you're just walking...(y'all gotto learn to walk bowlegged, by the way :-) I love the limp at the end :-)

Comment by Darleen Waltman on 5/25/2008 @ 6:54:14 PM
Hey y'all!! This is great! I love the music! Everyone looks authentic as well! Way to go!

Comment by Birchbark Cowgal on 8/19/2008 @ 10:52:38 AM
(Whoops! Since I incorrectly entered the first code, the five-star rating didn't show. I'll try again.)

This one deserves 5 stars! Good job, guys!
Kudos for authentic look, good acting, beautiful and majestic score, picturesque location, fantastic shots (the moon shot might have been sped up or cut in half, though), and surprise irony!
The shooting was well-done. The opening shot was fantastic and very artistic! However, the walking shots might have been reduced or varied (for example, having a waist-down ground shot of them walking past a little stream, a shot of them from the front as they file by, a big shot of them walking over some big rock formations, etc.). Nonetheless, I think the film was well-shot.

Justin, bravo for staying serious while the other "hombres" were "going Steve McQueen" on you with the rocks and hat-dusting off! Your limp was very believable, too. Next time, you should add some blood, though; perhaps some dark red paint might do the trick.
Kyle and Kevin, your deaths looked pretty real. I almost snickered because they looked just like what was used in the old Westerns (however, your deaths looked a bit more believable). Kind of a sad ending, but the closing score (Elmer Bernstein's?) made it somewhat triumphant.
All in all, well-done, guys!

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