My first impression was that the video is quite lengthy, I personally would limit videos to 5 minutes, generally - even if it means release them in parts, such as over a few weeks.
The overall impression I get from watching the video is that I feel you have researched the topic of your video very well. :thumbsup: At least, I watched some of it, hearing all of it, as my browser is slower than a sloth).
The video is presented it in an informally informative manner, which I like and the style of which I may choose to borrow, should I present (instead of film/record without presentation), videos in the future.
At 6m3s you kinda look tired! Maybe this is because of the poor light, which I'd hope to see improved in future videos if at all possible - I appreciate you're not a professional movie director in a studio!
I do not notice one compliment or positive remark before the eighth minute - and at that only a brief one (think I heard 2-3 pieces of positive feedback overall), but perhaps this is just my faulty recollection.
I didn't notice you present your view on whether any of the films' content present any Catholic morals at all, assuming that you've watched the movies of course - which is an obvious requisite for the reviewing thereof.
I notice the video isn't publicly accessible from your profile. I'd suggest you make it so for a wider audience, regardless of the fact that it is deemed just a test.
I'd suggest impartiality in particular in your commentary on the third
Addressing the content of your forum post, I hope I've given you the feedback you asked. I'm sure your pastor will not veto your proposal to show it to the church youth group. You may want to ask him, too, for feedback on the video and its scope of outreach to the intended audience. Though informative, I feel it a little too specific and lengthy for its intended audience.
I think an Internet show regarding the review of "movies, video games, and various other things" is a great idea - Holy Mother Church needs good reviewers and quality reviews on today's media and I would certainly subscribe to get information about recommended reads/watches (I'm personally not inclined to gaming, but I know many who are, so could be of use to a wide audience).
You then move to the past tense in your sentence about the ontaking of "the persona of a "lame christian [sic] alternative"...". This I find quite vague. You state your inexperience at editing, which I feel you handled quite well in the original.
Ah, now I see that you intend to "release them... once a week or every two weeks", which I failed to notice, due to watching the video and writing my review concurrently - hence the suggestion earlier.
Having an organized schedule is important to many, in preparation for college today - for example - I acquired a diary to help keep organized. I pray that it works for me as it is important to you!
Well done on your first real video. In summary, it was well presented (surprising considering extended length) and highly informative, but a little specific.
I'd be interested in providing feedback on your "hour long ploy summery" [sic], but only send me it if you find my feedback constructive to you. Despite it not being "very good" you can always improve - and "... haste makes mistakes" (Proverbs 19:2, NLT)
P.S. I'm not sure why there's not spell check - but my sloth browser does [so when I put "spellcheck" sic it prompts me to put "spell check" instead thereof.
Finally, back on to the video itself, I would compliment your inclusion of video, which the limited bits (as has already been explained supra) of what I saw was somewhat well-edited.
I sincerely hope you found my feedback constructive for future video making and any augmentation you may decide to make of the "kids' movie review".