SYNC: Episode Two (2012)

I’m a sucker for romantic comedies. I really am. And I also love tightly scripted films. If you love both those things like me, then this episode of Sync is for you. There are never really any visual content that leaves you breathless for the entire duration – at least not in our time where digital creation is in the hands of anybody. So to have this episode do that to me is just… magical.

There isn’t really anything that’s “wrong”, or to my disliking other than if you aren’t into those genres then you may not like this. It really holds a nice, little, non-visually (effect) driven arc. The effects were purely to add to the story, not detract which made it that much more enjoyable.

The fact that you lead on (a month later) from gun fights, machetes, drugs, and blood into a romance marriage proposal is questionable in the sense of ability to pull it off. But it was flawless. Literally flawless. And you learn the weaknesses of the characters in a far more effective way because it’s emotional, not physical.

I apologise if this is short, and not as much of a “review” as you’d expect, but it’s just one of those videos that leave you in complete awe, but I am a sucker for romance stories and this was a nail to head type.