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Ready's Voyage

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Nov 14, 2003 | 3:56 PM EST
  • Daily Feature November 15, 2003

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This is the story of a boy named "Ready" who overcomes his physical handicap by using the power of his imagination.

This took me several months to complete, so I hope you enjoy!

Songs in the film:
"La Valse d'Amelie" by Yann Tiersen
"Green Bird" by Yoko Kanno
"Clocks" by Coldplay

UPDATE: Thanks for all the encouraging reviews and e-mails! It makes me feel like what I have been doing for the past few months has meant a lot to so many. Again, Thank you all.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I was really impressed at how hopeful this was. It's great to hear these wonderful songs too. I truly appreciate the animation. I'm glad you made such an uplifting cartoon. I was afraid it would be the opposite. Instead, it was sincerely heartwarming.

I hope we can all learn something from this. I really sympathized with this kid. We should all use our imaginations like this. I loved the Disney quote too. It's just a really nice cartoon.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Still as strong as it was when it came out, nearly 10 years ago.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


You just reminded me of my childhood...very beautiful...

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


For only a short movie, it was emotional to watch. I also enjoyed Coldplay at the end.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


I liked this one, but thought i wouldn't because i read the reviews before loading it up. However, I wasn't dissapointed at all with the flash. Your grasp of artwork is astounding in your backgrounds. I like how you didnt use speech in the movie at all, and how you kept the kids character plain and simple. The music just went hand-in-hand with the movie. I liekd the underwater part, but at the end iwth Coldplay's "Clocks" playing the credits, it just stole the movie!