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Just a small joke that grew into something much more horrifying and hillarious. xD Tried using 'free flash' work on this, meaning pretty much all the lineart was hand drawn on my tablet.
Sound fx are from the Great Race, music is mostly from the alien games, but just works so well. ^^
TRY CLICKING ON SOME OF THE BUTTONS AT THE END!
This was great for a laugh. The kind of slapstick comedy that I love. The two easter eggs at the end were hilarious too.
old idea with a nostagic, slapstick flourish
Now here is a thing of beauty. An animation that actually invests in such novel ideas as timing and substance. Let's break down this unique piece of flash:
Graphics: The look of the backgrounds are competently done (the cannon in particular). The character are animated at an above average level, and the look and feel of each anthro is believable in their respective surroundings...I'm not sure how to better explain the speed or montage style, but I can say that it fits the simple slapstick nature of the joke...damn could that sound any more vague? Oh well, nice job :)
Sound: While the sound clips used were in perfect sync with the characters and their conversations (a lost art IMHO) it was obvious these were clips from other sources and consequently none of the characters ever had a constant voice identity (ultimately its a small point given the nature of a one-joke flash, but a review should be at least a little picky). Still, the sound choices were terrific overall.
Premise: Ah who could forget the sound of Professor Fate's perpetually collapsing garage via cannonball? No matter how many times I hear it, I never stop laughing. And the authors succeeded in finding yet another reason to laugh out loud to the classics. And speaking of classics, awesome homage to "Night at the Roxberry" in the Easter Eggs!
Overall while this animation isn't a cinematic masterpiece, it suceeds in its goal of hilarity with flying colors, and anyone with a decent sence of humour should love it. (Having seen "The Great Race" only adds to the fun)
For those to lazy to push all the buttons:
-gray oval button in the far upper right corner = NATR homage
-blue button 2nd from the top on the left side = George W.B.
Thought the clip was a little bit short but you fully made up for it witht he extras... kudos for the night at the roxbury tribute... freaking awesome...
Can't beat the classics.
This was good for a quick laugh and I loved the extras. Good movie.
that was a pretty good animation. i really liked the drawings in this one and the good old fashioned 'push the big red button' idea in this one was great. the hidden easter eggs were great too, very nice touch with the music too.
overall, it was a cool amimation, a bit short, but it was still good.
Blue Pencilmate meets Red Pencilmate, but things don't go so well...
While taking the day off work, Lloyd and Glynis take in a movie
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