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Topic: Heckler DVD by Brian Tudor
Message: Posted by: 2003 user (Aug 30, 2004 05:06AM)
Any review for Heckler DVD by Brian Tudor ? Thank you
Message: Posted by: Review King (Aug 30, 2004 05:47AM)
I'm tired of Tudor.
Message: Posted by: gilbreath76 (Aug 30, 2004 12:31PM)
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On 2004-08-30 06:47, MagicChris wrote:
I'm tired of Tudor.
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How can you be tired of BT?

How can you be tired of watching someone so full of himself, that when you watch him, you get the feeling that he's thinking, "I'm GOD with cards, and you folks are lucky I'm giving you the time and day." :)
Message: Posted by: Kozmo (Aug 30, 2004 01:05PM)
Who cares...is there something to be learned....you may not like him personally but does he have something to offer

by the way, I haven't seen his dvd

koz
Message: Posted by: elie brown (Aug 30, 2004 07:14PM)
I agree with you guyse.
His last dvd was so complicated to understand.
I am also tired of his work
Message: Posted by: jimesw (Aug 31, 2004 08:33AM)
I'm tired of this post :(

Cheers
James
maestro of pointless posts.
Message: Posted by: in flames (Aug 31, 2004 08:36AM)
I love Tudor! The guy can handle his cards. His teaching is less than desireable, but I learned a lot of flourishes and cuts from his video's.
Message: Posted by: CLJ (Aug 31, 2004 08:11PM)
The guy asked for a review of Tudor's Heckler DVD, and not for insulting comments towards him. Jeez.

I don't have Heckler, sorry, but most of Tudor's material was great (Showoff 1 and 2). You might find his teaching lacks depth, but his stuff is great and definitely worth taking the time to learn them. However most of the stuff I've seen Tudor do are flourishes and I understand that Heckler is a magic DVD, so I don't know how well his magic is. If it's anywhere near his flourishing standard, I'd certainly say it's more than worth the money.
Message: Posted by: mattisdx (Aug 31, 2004 11:30PM)
We don't buy video's to watch some guy show off his moves, but rather to learn how to do them. So Tudor screws us constantly :D
Message: Posted by: CLJ (Aug 31, 2004 11:57PM)
Like I said, if you're willing to take the time to learn Tudor's material with his poor teaching, it's well worth it. You won't find Tudor's material taught anywhere else except in his videos.
Message: Posted by: Stephane Jardonnet (Sep 1, 2004 02:25AM)
It's funny that you say that because Tudor in french means : You sleep :)

Well, I've seen the DVD Heckler : No comments.
I liked better the show off series for the flourishes.

This DVD is one trick only, ( actually, a bunch of effects in a row ) Some may find it interesting, I didn't. The worst is that you cannot see all the explanations in a row. You have to play with your remote for hours. The explanations are pretty short but clear indeed to who knows the tricks and techniques...

But once again, one may love that DVD. Yet I wouldn't put that DVD in the best of Tudor. And I've also seen DVD's worst than this one, So I wouldn't put it in the worst of the year's category.
Message: Posted by: in flames (Sep 2, 2004 07:36AM)
Thanks for the brief review Stephane.
Message: Posted by: in flames (Sep 2, 2004 07:37AM)
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On 2004-09-01 00:57, CLJ wrote:
Like I said, if you're willing to take the time to learn Tudor's material with his poor teaching, it's well worth it. You won't find Tudor's material taught anywhere else except in his videos.
[/quote] Very good point.
Message: Posted by: mattisdx (Sep 2, 2004 08:45AM)
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Very good point.
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Agreed. (In honor of you TG :D )
Message: Posted by: Ricky B (Sep 3, 2004 01:42AM)
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On 2004-09-01 03:25, Stephane Jardonnet wrote:
It's funny that you say that because Tudor in french means : You sleep :)[/quote]

It's funny, I always thought Two Door in French meant "you sleep."
Message: Posted by: iamslow (Sep 4, 2004 01:40AM)
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On 2004-08-31 09:36, in flames wrote:
I love Tudor! The guy can handle his cards. His teaching is less than desireable, but I learned a lot of flourishes and cuts from his video's.
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Its quantity or quality... regarding his last dvd, it definitly had a lot of stuff... the teaching was crappy as with the rest of his vids, but what if he did teach really good, doesn't it still boil down to what people do with the material??? Theres some dvd's out there that only teach a few routines or moves, but it teaches it very well... but if people can't grasp the concept, it will still look like crap in their hands..so for me, I would rather have the quantity of moves with basic explainations... As for this new video, I still havent seen it but from the above posts, it seems like it followed the same footsteps of his previous dvd regarding the teaching except its got less material...
Message: Posted by: elie brown (Sep 4, 2004 08:07AM)
Iamslow,
so now it is no quantity and no quality also?
A little bit too much no?
Message: Posted by: phantomace (Sep 4, 2004 03:48PM)
I think people are tired of him because he just doesn't care about the product he is putting out. Like he is just throwing stuff out to get some cash. I think that some of his flourish stuff was good, but he was too lazy to teach it.

And this DVD? NO flourishes and bad teaching? I wouldn't buy it if you paid me. This sounds like bad news, and from the 2 reviews posted above, I wouldn't touch this one.

Phantom
Message: Posted by: iamslow (Sep 5, 2004 05:32PM)
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On 2004-09-04 09:07, elie brown wrote:
Iamslow,
so now it is no quantity and no quality also?
A little bit too much no?
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Like I said, I havent seen it, but if theres no quality or quantity then it probably doesn't have much to offer compared to the amount being asked... As for phantomace, I think this wasnt supposed to be a flourish dvd, but a magic dvd so this would show his other side of performing... I guess??
Message: Posted by: dynamiteassasin (Sep 21, 2004 10:01AM)
If you are looking for
"GOOD TEACHING QUALITY IN CARD FLOURISHES"
I suggest you go with Cradle To Grave by De'vo.

Brian Tudor is a really good card handler but not a good teacher.

With regards to the question, Showoff is better than the Heckler.
Message: Posted by: rarrarrar (Sep 21, 2004 12:34PM)
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On 2004-09-21 11:01, dynamiteassasin wrote:
If you are looking for
"GOOD TEACHING QUALITY IN CARD FLOURISHES"
I suggest you go with Cradle To Grave by De'vo.

Brian Tudor is a really good card handler but not a good teacher.

With regards to the question, Showoff is better than the Heckler.
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lol... do you even have heckler? showoff is flourishes, heckler is magic. how can you say which is better? it makes no sense
Message: Posted by: dynamiteassasin (Sep 22, 2004 11:54PM)
Wrong line sorry, I should have cut the "in card flourishes" part.. my bad.. :) and yes I have them..