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May 3, 2005 | 4:12 AM EDT
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Warning!
This is a slow going story of 13 minutes, so if you are into action, be warned!
The Gooberstory is a tribute to the peanut, and the story itself might be very hard to get. But those who have looked inside a peanut and found the little fishes, might be able to understand my message. But most people just think it is a weird yet beautiful tale and have no clue why the little fishes die and turn into peanuts. The film is also a tribute to life, death and all that surrounds us. That everything, no matter how small or insignificant, has a story to tell.

Reviews


datcrazyblackboydatcrazyblackboy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I get it, its the circle of life, amazing dramatic story of the origins of a peanut.And it was hard to understand til you really focus on the symbolic nature of the movie. Its just the rotation of life, death brings life. Lol, I had this weird thought when I saw the ending.. goober...super goober lol you know from spongebob the movie Im asupergoober you're a super goober lol.. :) But thx enjoyed this movie alot :)



SaviourOfTheUniverseSaviourOfTheUniverse

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is huge

Compliments to this very special kind of storytelling.



FuzzymuppetFuzzymuppet

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Epic

Wow the starting of this epic masterpiece reminds me so much of Fernguly
a really old movise that starts with the story of Magci and Krysta and Hexus and all that a really epic work. The only thing that I didnt give full score for
is the ridicoulus long necks of the deer and the stag what the hell.

Also why a peanut? Thats all I want to say.
But otherwise great work a real epic masterpiece =)
ROCK ON =)



nfinch1992nfinch1992

Rated 5 / 5 stars

cool but...

those peanuts are definitely pretty good to eat.



mysandwichmysandwich

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Enchanting

I loved Nim, so I knew I would love this as well! Every small detail made an effect much greatter. I enjoyed the idea of such grandeur in such seemingly insignificant things. A truly insightful piece.