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I can understand the statement ng made about short and funny things... but in my opinion the best of the things that they listed all had more interactivity.. somthing that this doesnt but i guess im gonna have to be honest and say the turd of the week award wasnt just handed out for no reason... its not that great everyone..
Funnier than I expected
Newgrounds was playing up yesterday and the movie refused to load.
Instead, I read some of the reviews and after doing so thought that I'd probably not find the movie so funny now that I knew what was coming.
Lo and behold - it made me laugh! Whilst the drawings are decent, the animation is rather poor. However, the unrealism just adds to the humour, as do the 'boing' sounds.
Ultimately, this is something that you either find funny or not.
Myself, I laughed longer than the movie lasted.
The short length is a plus point in my opinion - a longer length would just dilute the joke unnecessarily and whilst your Jerry Springer thing may well be excellent, to lengthen this for the sake of length would be a mistake.
To be honest, I don't really think interactivity would be that great either. Click on a breast to punch? Hmm... could work I suppose, but I think it's funnier this way. It just comes straight at you with the hyper motion and that's it. To have to click frantically for the whole time would just be an annoyance I feel.
It's rather tricky for me to decide what to rate this.
I understand Wade (or whoever)'s point about length not being an issue, and as I said above, diluting the joke would be a mistake.
However, whilst this was funny for its length (I watched and laughed at it 4 times before it stopped being funny) it lacks other things that I might look for in a movie.
It doesn't have a crazy plot, interesting characters, provoke me to think, make me feel any empathy or evoke any stirring in my heart.
Still, it did make me laugh for longer than the length of the movie and that's a damn fine achievement...
Have my 5th ever 10. (Well done. :))
I laughed the first time...
...and every time I look at it again, I still laugh. What really made this interesting was the fact that you don't get to see this every day. As goofy as it is, it does hit a funny bone somehow; for me anyway. I think short simple things like this get a better message across than some long, epic animation. It's simple...it's short...and it's easier to follow. Therefore, it's easier to enjoy.
Man, that looks like me every wednesday. That was great man, good for a quick laugh, just as intended i presume.
HOLY SHIT, I ALMOST CRAPPED MY PANTS WHEN I SAW IT. THATS THE FUNNIEST CRAP I'VE SEEN ALL DAY! THANK YOU FOR MAKING MY DAY!
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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