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May 10, 2001 | 2:31 AM EDT

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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.

Reviews


zotan9zotan9

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow!

I can honestly say that this is the best movie I ever saw on Newgrounds (even on "low quality"). The music was great, and fit in perfectly. The animations were awesome, as well as the graphics. I especially love the ending, with the hills, and the guy riding off... just very cool.


Skiewulf responds:

Thanks for the appreciation. I don't know if my movie is the best though(the animation in Genyu's Blade is mind blowing and The Final Task is cool too) I'm aiming to make it even better in the future. Maybe I'll stop drawing with the mouse and upgrade to pen. ;) I liked you movie, "Ruby", by the way. You should definitely make more.


DubmastaDubmasta

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Neato

Wow, really cool and breathtaking !
The gxf and anims arent the best around but certainly high above avarege. The sound is excellent !
Good job !



JoeDaltonJoeDalton

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

it was just plain old cool

the movie was just very cool and not just finnished as fast as he she could.



CecilDLCecilDL

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty Good........

This movie was pretty good, but there were many obvious flaws.

The lack of angle-animation was a biggie. For an example: the only angles you see his horse from are from the side, and the rear-end of the animal (which I didn't enjoy... it drew my attention elsewhere....j/k)

Realism is yet another problem. The main character is never injured physically. I agree with Ralf, that crossbow seemed to have an awful lot of bolts in it. And before that, I never saw him carrying that crossbow....

Keep in mind how realistic you want it to be and stick with it. All in all, it's worth the d/l time. I loved it, it was a great piece of work, Good Job!



RalfRalf

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Respectable

That's what this is. It's a little tacky with the invincible hero, that came from a town that got utterly slaughtered. And I know I'm gonna sound like a geek when I mention this, but the repeating crossbow, or chu-ko-nu as it was originally called, contained a 5-bolt clip, yet our hero got about 8 shots out of it? and he didn't even have to turn the crank...
Also, plate mail was designed specifically to protect the wielder from piercing and slashing attacks, so the hero should've had a great deal more trouble rending his foes limb from limb.
And the poor fellow had to ride bareback! Ouch, good luck having children!
Hmm... I'll not pick apart this movie any more, it was decent, respectable, and shows the author has potential. Good work, keep it up.