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Sep 18, 2005 | 1:14 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place September 19, 2005

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A short glimpse at the life of a corporate dummy, climbing up the ladder of success.



Rated 4 / 5 stars December 24, 2006

It's all true!

The last review, i'm gonna have to agree with on the whole coporate ladder subject. Nice animation and i especially enjoyed hearing the lyrics to the song in another language im interested in, great work.


Rated 4 / 5 stars July 25, 2006

What goes up, must come to a downfall

Yep. No matter what kind of corporate job you do for a living, you will always be a corporate dummy, even if you're promoted. that is small businesses, nowadays, are bound to be crushed, bought out, or gone bankrupt because of corporate sellouts like them. if this doesn't make any sense to you, then I don't know any other way. but other than that, nice job.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 22, 2006

Manuel is no dummy

Well, makes you think.

Neat, tidy animation and look, and the soundtrack was uberjammin'. It had style to lend. Ending was a tad anti-climatic and abrupt, though.

All the same, I appreschumate it, and the message: ain't no trailer hitch on a hearse.

Nice going.


Rated 5 / 5 stars April 26, 2006


That was German, wasn't it?

Lol.... great animation anyways.


Rated 4 / 5 stars March 28, 2006

Very cool

some selected aspects

+++ Everything seems to be timed well to the beats.

+++ I really like the design of the corporate dummies, with the barcode mouths and everything.

- I find myself unsure about the ending - has the dude literally died? Is this meant to show us that life is more important and precious than any job - that we should cherish every moment we have? Or is it a metaphorical crash?

++ But it's great that the animation made me care enough to get me thinking about these things.

- Ending doesn't have the 'woah' effect on me I think it was meant to have. I never really got a sense of him really climbing up the ladder until the very end, when he was on the graph.


A very cool animation which does make me think - partially about what your meaning was.

It maybe wasn't as powerful as intended though.