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Jan 7, 2004 | 4:23 AM EST

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This movie shows a differnt side of the creater, with a more darker look and nothing like a clock movie, please watch before voting

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XwaynecoltXXwaynecoltX

Rated 3 / 5 stars

((( NICE STYLE ))

Well it was an interesting style, didnt know clocks still existed, maybe they just all changed over to locks ha, anyways back to the movie, unique kinda style, and the music was cool. notbad at all...

~X~



jaguar-sexyjaguar-sexy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very well done.

Keep up the good work Anthony. I am impressed with what you have done so far.



thefiendishpuppythefiendishpuppy

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Amazing.

Simply amazing. Nice music - that there was no speech was a nice touch, too.

Graphics - 7. Got the point across, and looked okay.

Sound - 10. Love the music choice. Quite haunting when coupled with that movie.

Interactivity - 0. No replay button - in fact the only button is a Play button.

Style - 8. Your style is good.

Violence - 3. No graphic violence, but suggestions of pain and injury to others. It's great the way it is, though.

Humour - 0. There is nothing funny in this movie.

Overall - 9. An excellent movie with excellent execution. I don't think words can do it justice.



ThaisThais

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Powerful

La Valse d'Amelie by Yann Tiersen. Finnally someone who uses this beatiful piece of music!
Shpouiten thought it fitted the movie well, but I'm not too sure about that.It's kinda fairytale-music, but the subject is very serious.
You used powerful images to make your point and I liked the symbolics...
Nice job, but work on the graphics and animation!


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ShpouitenShpouiten

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great movie !

That was a great movie, you have a very unique style. The "Amelie Poulain" Soundtrack was a very good choice and it fitted perfectly the mood of the movie.

Good job !