April 7, 2008

What We're Watching

Sophomore Max Gold's webseries Classic of Changes premiered its second season last night. Despite some initial technical difficulties, lots of people tuned in.

Check out season two's first episode here:

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

wtf does "classic of changes" even mean?

Anonymous said...

i think they mistranslated the chinese characters for "awful, self-indulgent crap with bad acting"

Anonymous said...

Yeah, fuck people who put great effort into things! Fuckin' losers!

Anonymous said...

4:46 takes the prize for best comment ever

Anonymous said...

thanks 6:53. and 5:52, i didn't say i didn't appreciate effort-- but i also appreciate creativity, originality, realness. didn't catch any of that.

Anonymous said...

that's pretty damn good

Anonymous said...

8:11.

Exactly.

Creativity, Originality, Realness.

The editing was GREAT, though.

Anonymous said...

is it just me or is max gold's opinion of himself way out of proportion to max gold's actual ability?

Anonymous said...

word. i'd be so much more of an asshole about this show if laura dooling wasn't one of the sweetest people i've ever met.

Anonymous said...

you know what would have made this all better: More full frontal of ben palacios.

Anonymous said...

i watched a whole of 2 minutes, but couldn't get beyond kyle's open mouthed grins on the toilet.
i'm sure it gets better, but that's not for me.

Anonymous said...

lawl!

Anonymous said...

I agree with 6:49. Ben Palacios is taaaaaasty.

Anonymous said...

haha i wouldn't put it past everyone on this site to be so harsh. but seriously... what do you do with your free time? seeing someone, especially a sophomore, make something like this makes me feel like a lazy bum for doing homework and surfing facebook (not to mention posting comments on a gossip blog)

Anonymous said...

Ben palacios is a DREAMBOAT. Sorry Kyle.

Anonymous said...

the filming was really cool, and it's an upgrade from the first season.

Anonymous said...

not bad... good editing, shaky acting. But, overall I'm impressed. What kind of camera did you use?