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Hotdiggedydemon and Egoraptor team up to bring you "WE ARE NATIVE AMERICAN CATS"
This is a story about being true to yourself, and not forgetting that your heritage is a part of who you are.
The song at the end is "Make Your Own Kind of Music", Written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, and performed by Robin Goldwasser. Enjoy!
As a Native American --
I found this hilarious! The voice acting was particularly great, as were the Native American Cat photos. A supa fly job all around. Bonus points for the story almost instantly escaping from the title. Great work!
Just great all 'round. Even leaves you feeling good. :)
New and innovative idea.
I’ll start by saying it’s a very nice movie to watch and enjoy, it has a topic most people pay little attention to, it has a real message, real situations and still a humorous way to say it. A deep message in light words you might say. Visually it was beautiful, drawings were magnificent and well detailed, and everything really fitted. The home backgrounds, surroundings, everything and whether it was or not, it still didn’t feel like it was copied from anything. The animation was also great, the motions, the knowledge of how far to go. When I began sketching and drawing people and the likes, they always said, “If you can’t draw hands that well, don’t know your limits.” I’m not saying you couldn’t, maybe you just couldn’t be bothered with it but knowing one’s limits is always good. If I had to define it, I don’t think I’d so as a documentary even though you humorously did so, it’s one of those stories that do have a moral at the end of them; it also has a nice sense of comedy to it. It’s pretty much dealing with issues in the funny way of doing so, and I like that. As far as anything in audio goes, the voices were incredible, perfect clarity, and in what they did say, flawlessly articulate. The background music in some places was suiting. It was nice, easy and complemented the flash. It sure contributed to this being the great flash that it is; it had it all, graphics, contents and good audio. In the term of violence you specify mild violence, which it sort of was, it wasn’t exaggerated and violent all through out it, just the beating of the co-worker near the end (a well deserved beating I might add) and the baseball bat frenzy after it, all understandable considering the previous situation. As far as interactivity and control goes I did have a bit of problems with that since all it did have is the play and replay button. I think it did need a bit more there, watching through it the first time around I missed a small part and naturally had to reply to see it again, what I think you may need is anything starting with a simple pause option (That would be a bit of trouble with the audio, but it could be done and it would make it much simpler), a scene selection just to view some part again (Baseball bat frenzy) or a seek to do all of that at one and more. In humor, it did really well. The whole idea has a great touch of humor to it, the cat nip, full time job, cats in the first place. It just really worked out nicely. I don’t know about others but I found it very diverse and interesting. It was easy to enjoy and simply fun to watch even a dozen times. It was original to me because I had never seen anything quite like it before, by any one ever. And of the course all that effort is appreciated. And in general I’d say it’s a great movie with minor touches that might help it, but the rest is great. And now more blabbing but with paragraphing.
Graphics: 10, Incredible drawings, smooth and fluent animation and excellent lip synching. In the lack of a better word, perfect.
Style: 9, Of course it had a clear style of comedy but it also managed to touch some more important topics, very valuable.
Sound: 10, Perfect voice acting with astounding clarity and very nice and fitting background music. It improved the whole flash. Not a single detectable flaw with the sounds in any way or form, keep it up.
Violence: 5, just a bit on the beating and bat scenes but other than that there is technically the “verbal violence” but that’s just a technicality, well done any way.
Interactivity: 6, It was a very good movie but it need some work in that part. I would be nice if I missed a part, I don’t have to just watch it all over again. For this you could choose either a pause button, a seek or just scene select during the flash and in a menu.
Humor: 10, A very funny and humorous flash, Made an interesting and deep point, in funny and easy means. Very nice, interesting and humorous to watch in my opinion
Overall: 10, Considering all I said above, no reason why not to give this a high score and watch it. Great movie, waiting for future work.
*sniff sniff* i wanna cry
BRAVO BRAVO *sniffle* two words *sniffle*: THAT WAS GREAT
the violence ratting was based on number of violent scenes just so you know
this was a great way to waste your time *sniff* *starts crying* WAAAH THAT WAS SO TOUCHING.. i give it a ten outa ten and the interactivity rating actually has one cause.. i mean i had to click the thing didnt I??
WAAAH... ok... now what... im open for suggestions on what he needs to improve on.. anybody?? anyone?? hello? anybody there?.. guess not.. YES PARRRR-TAY
we are native american cats
well , the term native american, doesn't make sense "native americans"
were already here when we stole the land.
good flash tho.
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