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Aug 14, 2006 | 11:29 AM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place August 15, 2006

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Author Comments

First of all, thanks to all who were mentioned in the movie credits. Secondly, i wanna wish everyone a happy Clock Day (even though im' submitting this one day early). I won't be here on August 15th so i'm forced to give this in now. Enjoy a brief fight scene but i'd also want the ones who watch this film to understand the message the film conveys. It's random folly with a twist. Thanks for your attention. Now crack a bag of popcorn open and enjoy the show!

Reviews


ViceFullbusterViceFullbuster

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome!

An amazing Clock vs. Lock fight i was highly impressed with this flash and very worthy of the 3rd place title for Clock Day 2006,congratulations. =)


stoners-lunchbox responds:

Thanks. Wait... This toon got 3rd place? :/


AlcadeiasAlcadeias

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty Good Flash...

but, I didn't really see the point of the whole thing. And honestly.... WHO CARED! It was just to damn good to criticize. Another fine flash from you is another point for you in my books. Keep flashing! (in the cartoon way, of course)


stoners-lunchbox responds:

LoL as we all will.

Thanks for watching!


Anime-Queen73Anime-Queen73

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow!

My god that was amazing! and i don't like clock crew(well ive never watched any so yea...). The graphics were really well done and i was really impressed by your message!
Like i always say... Great Work & congrats on 3rd place!


stoners-lunchbox responds:

Well, here's a loyal fan. Thankfully your taste didn't overcloud your judgement.

Thanks for watching!


daveygraveydaveygravey

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Strange

The whole 'clocks are funny' gag is lost on me, so I found no humour in this at all.

The animation is really fluid and well paced, the music gels. It looks pretty, basically.

However it was a little ambiguous with its meaning, until you just tell us all. It's not necessary to spell out your subtext - if the audience doesn't get it, tough. But you shouldn't undermine your artistic licence just because you have no faith in your audience.


stoners-lunchbox responds:

I spell out the message because i don't expect it to be obvious for anyone. It wouldn't be obvious to me either if i had no clue as to where this film came from.

As for the gag... It doesn't point out an audience or author group in general.

Take me for what you see in my work, not for some arcane hidden meaning that isn't there.


adv-noobadv-noob

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nuts

this flash is just nuts man, everythings great! sounds, animations, everythinG! great work


stoners-lunchbox responds:

Cheers, mate! ;)