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sup , look:
* i strongly recomend to watch previous ep. before if u haven't seen them, but u probably won't listen to me, will ya?
* be patient please, go eat a sandwich or something.
i hope u apreciate the effort i put into this. enjoy !
Things I liked:
+3 Fascinating story overall,
+2 Good music
+2 Good pacing (The movie neither drags on, nor seems too short)
+2 Good moment-to-moment action (as apposed to 5 minutes of dead air, or 10 second dialogue segments)
+1You always find good places to end your movies -still a cliffhanger, but somehow not unsatisfying.
Things I didn't like:
-1 for choppy animation. If there were more frames per second, more tween motions, more "in between frames" (I mean, I want to see frames representing the characters at 90, 67.5 ,45, 22.5, etcetera, degree angles when they move.)
9/10. (But it's such a weak -1)
Aside from adding more Tweens between KeyFrames, maybe you could add a "pause" button in the corner of the screen.
the animation and music got much better, but the animation is still a little off so minus 1
This series certainly got better with every new entry! I think this has the best animation so far, as I especially live the clock moving and the glass breaking. It's interesting to make a history of the characters, like how they went to Earth before. I really like the girl character as she just fits the innocent archetype so well. I think I'm starting to see some references to John Woo movies. Anyway, while not what you're most known for, it's great you were able to make a series that got awards with such great animation.
u hooked me. lovin dat whole bro to bro action. personally, am rooting for red. considering this animation was done in 2003, it is excepionally well done. i bow to ur animation skills and creativity
Just a thought.
Love the animation, love the plot, but I just had to point something out.
Wouldn't alien lifeforms on Earth be more along the lines of the CIA rather then the FBI?
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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