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It's been a while, but here's the latest in this series. www.fat-pie.com
The adventures continue...
...and you never cease to amaze me.
54 salad thumbs up.
Why is salad fingers?
Have you checked your sanity lately?
Whenever I watch one of these, I feel slightly disturbed. That's probably the point, but......(shiver). However, in my book, disturbing is not the same as bad, so great movie and hope you make more before they put you in the asylum.
Damn.. this.. is great...
I just.. don´t know what to say.. great.. just like every single movie of salad fingers...
You´re great dude.. just.. keep it up!
is it time for salad fingers to retire?
Excellent as always, but this episode rests on its laurels a bit. All that one expects from Salad Fingers, but not a whit more to tantalize, really. Still, it can be hard to keep up with new ideas as time goes on. So my criticism is really of the storyline as one of the weaker ones in this series.
However, the animation is excellent as always, stylistically self-consistent and always good if not quite sublime.
The music and voices were really great as always, probably the best part of all as this really sets the mood. A-1 on that.
It's been two months plus and a relief to see this episode. On its own merits a fantastic visionary work, but Firth's work is so iconic, that taken in the context of the rest of the series, one can almost not help but be a little disappointed.
Featuring Epic Voice Guy
A big head dog auditions to be the mascot of some commercials.
Detective Nwar flashes back to his days as a police officer.
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