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Burnt Face Man 5

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rated 4.26 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original
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Oct 24, 2005 | 10:46 AM EDT

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Episode 5. Longest episode yet. Original idea was scrapped, that's why it took so long. Hope youns enjoy it.

-Dave

www.burntfaceman.com

Reviews


Creamy-TCreamy-T

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

doesn't really succeed in being funny

burnt face man cartoons have always had their ups and downs, and this one is just more of the same. unfortunetly, since it is the 5th episode, it's also getting a little tiresome. the whole mediocrity theme was funny at first, but it's just not strong enough to really carry over. i think i'd be content not seeing another burnt face man, but im sure you could come up with something new and interesting if you tried.

also btw, that older milkman cartoon finally pushed me to get the richard d james album, and it's quite good.


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LtSloanLtSloan

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Superb

Yet again



commiekiller90commiekiller90

Rated 3 / 5 stars

sry firth

its the only firth series i dont like
it isnt like anything else you do
i guess most people would consider that a good thing though...



AngryAngeloAngryAngelo

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This is beyond gay!!!

to be honsest with you, i never liked this falsh series or its main character(i mean a hero with a burnt face?) But this was an improvement over the first episode that i've seen(the other episodes i did not watch or care to watch). But still, the whole premise just plain suck in my book. I say it's about time we kill the bastard. at least give a decent death or something. Anyways, if you get pissed off by this review let me know. I'll be waiting.



SaragossaSaragossa

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not a fountain of laughter, but good enough

I enjoyed it, but it felt a bit loose some places compared to the others.

Somehow you're stereotyping and repeating the characters instead of developing them. Next episode you must put more of the "kick" of the first episodes.