“Could you ask him to stop?” A phony psychic gets more than what she bargained for from a caller who had a legitimate request. RocketJump’s Halloween short milks the tension for way too long, but it does have a good first half.
RocketJump takes the “Speed Enforced by Aircraft” sign literally to tell a story about a pregnant couple and an overzealous airborne traffic cop. It makes no sense at all, yet at the same time it makes too much sense.
A penniless barkeep hopes to earn enough tips so he can go out with his friends, but he gets more than he bargained for. RocketJump butchers history – and gives FDR ESP – in this otherwise well done comedy silent film.
(PG-13 Language) RocketJump takes on the TV and movie trope in which people skip the conference room and one spews out a detailed situation report while in motion. The end result is like Too Many Cooks, but on foot.
The latest short from RocketJump parodies the worst of Hollywood, as two studio execs face off to see who can come up with the best scene where a hero uses their fist to stop a moving vehicle. We’d punch a Super Star Destroyer if we could.