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A Public Service Announcement from The Los Guys.
It's not educational enough to be an educational film, so whatever.
duck and cover! LMAO!!!
I have seen people use the "50's instructional film" format dozens of times, and not one comes close to touching this wonderful piece of flash animation! Lets break this thing down...
Graphics: Very nice job. While there wasn't a HUGE range of motion from the characters, the animation was very smooth and set an excellent pace throughout the film. Also, I LOVED how you made fun of the many corny aspects of these often stupid films (communist gag, lunch menu, intermission, etc.). I almost fell out of my chair laughing once or twice.
Sound: Another major success. The narrator's voice was clear and crisp, allowing the viewer to follow everything in the flash at the pace the animation is setting. The music is perfect (sounded like it came right outta one of these films) and it only added to the hilarity.
Premise: The enemy of America: Fat! I love it! Its about time someone pointed out the obvious facts about this issue (and what better way than flat out comedy).
Overall a magnificent job at replicating and even improving upon a trademark cinematic era in our country.
All my 5's are belong to this! ^-^
Yeah, that's just like one of those old educational films. Trying to warn kids about something evil, and in this case, it would be fat. Nice amusing flash. Keep it up!!
Man That Was Funny...
That was an all around funny remake of the old films that they used to show in school. I loved the begining with the communist part. The Graphics were goood on it and the consisitensy of the humor was good, it didn't stop through the whole thing. I applaud your effort and hope that you will continue making these. lol good luck with your next flash.
bes tway to dump a chick is to call her Fat
The graphics were a bit basic, and the sound wasn't top-notch, but I like how you imitated the 50's propaganda ads.
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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