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Oct 18, 2004 | 8:56 PM EDT

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This is a movie about a little boy named Chuck. He winds up in a bit of trouble.

I hope this gives you a little chuckle.

I made this a while ago, I was gonna add 3 more parts to it but never did. I am now working on a movie for halloween. GET READY! It will knock your socks off.

-Gregg Dix



Rated 2 / 5 stars


that wasent that great.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

poor little chunk!

made me laugh, but hey im evil like that! - not bad at all, short and sweet! - keep it up mate!

Gregg-Dix responds:

wow. i seem to be getting a lot of good reviews on this. the score however remains low. o well. It is not like that really matters. I am just glad some enjoyed it. And I hope you all enjoy my future animations.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I laughed!

I really dont know why, but I find this charming and it made me laugh. Keep up the good job!

Gregg-Dix responds:

thnx. that is what it is meant for.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

A Beautiful Agony: "la petite mort"

I am delighted to see this short pass through the gauntlet of harsh, tasteless critics.

The sheer benevolence inherent when "Chuck" "sits on the grass," is torn to shreds by the phallic enterprise of raw nature emerging limp and horrifying to consume childhoods innocence from a "hole" in the ground. No doubt the scream identifies the terror of all when boldly and valiantly hoping only to survive the tenuous period, while obviously the opposite is the fantasy played out here.

The experience climaxes when the antagonistic "worm" erects to aid "swallowing" (perhaps reminiscent of our a pubescence spent experimenting with asphyxiation?) the struggle of youth and virility, with a few ineffectual kicks, gives way to the death and struggle of sexuality's onset and persistence.

The blood "spurting" from the "hole" in the ground is obviously symbolically relevant on various levels: the examples of which I will not insult your intelligence by listing here. Finally, post-coitus, we are left to stare at an empty hole in the ground; how apropos to be "THE END" of life's "Adventures,"

All in all, a superb portrayal of the greatest shift we humans must undergo. Both the penultimate and ultimate shocking experiences that actually define "la condition humane" (with a nod to Malraux) the assassinating "worm" is not only a murderer but also savior.

I praise this work of art entitled "Chuck," which, while its depth is far above the viewing public's sphere of cognizance, the humility and humor you shrewdly incorporate to lighten and envelope the deeper aesthetic, is so touchingly tactful that I you seem a younger, brighter and definitely more alive Robert Frost.

I hope to see much more of your works of art in the future.

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Gregg-Dix responds:

wow. you really read into this. After I read your review I can see what you are saying about all that. but stil.. It wasn't meant for anything but to enterain. but even so I am glad you liked it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Hey that happened to me once..... *eats another shroom cap* ......keep up the good work and keep em short and sweet

Gregg-Dix responds:

lol. glad you liked it.