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sequel to 'Microscope' movie
Maybe I'm on the wrong track interpreting all your animations to have something to do with the way people raise their kids. I can only tell you what I took from it, and the message I got was that whatever your I.Q., a person needs good parents to mature properly.
The kid in this movie (I'm taking it that he was playing with this toy, make-believing that they hated each other) seemed to have developed immature and antisocial tendancies, despite the fact that his doting parents cared so much about his intellectual development. He was still a kid who needed attention and experience before taking on the world's intellectual challenges.
Again, I admit that I could be way off here, but maybe you'd be interested (and not frustrated) to hear a different perspective!
I think it's great that you give so much feedback and read your reviews - if you read this, I'd like to take it as an opportunity to tell you how highly I think of your writing and all your work - from the animation style to the music and sound effects. Please keep it up!
The bear shouldn't have been chewing bubble gum. It'll rot his teeth.
You bet it will!
I loved your Los Dias Sin Dias, but this one... Dunno, maybe too complicated for such a little thing like me? Hmmm... Whatever =)
ok... i don't really understand this or microscope- but the parents who sing everything kick ass! oh-and how does a lame wooden toy develope your iq?
i liked the style of this movie. it,s funny how the toys fight. 5!
Pilot for my new show!
A story about a worm, a beetle and a very hungry bird…
New video for you to watch, while we wait for the next plague to happen...
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