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Mario Brothers - Part III

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Uploaded
Oct 30, 2003 | 6:59 PM EST
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Here is part III, after many weeks of work... watch the other episode first please. This one isn't as action oriented as the others. Thanks for all the past positive reviews, they are a good driving force. Please don't try to compare this to RotMK. My first episode was out well before that series began, and I'm not trying to make my movies better than anyone else's. I just make what I would like to watch, whether it be stupid or dramatic. Enjoy.

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Burning-WookieBurning-Wookie

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

My, The intensity in this one blows me away.

This, although a sprite flash made in the early days of flash, has been so prominent in Mario flashes even today.

This whole thing builds up the rest of the episodes and the way thanks to this episode. The drama, the plot, the music and end enhances the feel of how grim the situation is and how dark the Mario series is perceived through your animation.

TL;DR. Holy shit.


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shiloweston1shiloweston1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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i watched all of there series but this si the only one i am posting to.
Poor luigi<(=^_^=)>but i love ya series beggining to end!!!^^



SalsaMasterSalsaMaster

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Poor Luigi!=(

I wish he didn't die...
Oh and by the way, sad ending, doesn't match credit music.
I like the story and look forward to IV (and V).
-SalsaMaster



eraticfloweraticflow

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great animation...

But there dialogue is COMPLETELY uncharacteristic of them. Mario and Luigi are from Brooklyn, not the middle ages. I can understand Peach using that kind of vernacular, but for Mario, Luigi, and Toad? No. It just doesn't work. Great plot, great animation, but I wish you had gotten the language right.



1stReconMarine1stReconMarine

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great... AGAIN!

10/10 5/5


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