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UPDATE 2/8/2004: I fixed the movie, as far as I can tell, and you should be able to watch it now if you weren't able to before.
Yes the style and animation where great.
However the fight scenes leave very mjch to be desired. They are som unrealastic that it defeys suspencion of disbelief. Your obviously a talented artist.
the enemies are not very intelligent...but well it's good I liked it!
It could have used a flashback of him and his girl for emptional buildup but it was good as it is.
That was pretty nice. The only thing I could find remotely wrong with this are some of the sounds, but that's it.
This was fairly cool. A lot better than some of the other crap that hits the portal. At least the animation here was decent. The sound had that "recorded in the computer room" sort of feel, but it still worked. I'm a professional bitcher, so I can't resist: Either this guy is Superman, or everyone he attacks is made of some sort of soft fungus. I found the scene where the guy cuts the grey-haired guy in half particularly egregious. One; the guy's wearing armor, two; he does it on the upswing, three; he cuts completely up through his center mass and his skull. That's a lot of material to part. Go find a real Claymore and give it a heft; you'll quickly realize why it was a rare day when someone managed to do any damage while drawing the sword back up for another swing. Other than this oversight, it was good stuff. Keep it up. :)
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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