i saw that big guy in your films is a classic.
in your movies i can see that your all reall action actors, you like moviing around allot, but the problem is you need very good cameras to be placed at different parts of the room to make such scenes well. when i watch an action scene i like the action, but i also want to see the actors face well while he does it.
you also shouldnt go overboard with the cloathing, all of you have the natural apearance and the voices of actors, yall look and sound very good, i think you kind of ruind it ,by trieng to sound wierd and dress fvnny. dress ordinay-no caps and glasses unless necessary, put the camera close to your faces at one posision at a time. if you want to change angles, do it from another camera or close the scene and start a new scene-but you will drive the viewer crazy with the camera hoping all over the place., and talk about something normal, a detailed screenplay with good dialogue wont hurt-try and make the viewer learn something from the conversation, which would mean a little research(easy with internet). if you do that the quality of the film should be more less proffessional-but if you go jumping around the place faster and further than the camera can capture then you are overchallenging your camera and the quality will go down.
if you however put the camera at one position per scene, talk loud and cohearantly, then the scenes will be simple but proffecional. its better to do something simple acurate and well than complicated and mediocre. i have to re inforce you all look and sound like good actors and it will come out like wow with cohearant talking and simple coathing that is not disturbing. othrerwise it was the best film you made, the music brought memories.