Socklops

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rated 4.39 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original
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Jan 7, 2007 | 9:42 PM EST
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sock 4 lops. An idea explosion factory of bits of dreams
and bits of not-dreams. I've been adding small bits to
this for months and now i'm sick of doing it. I think this
one is quite long. I think my attention span is short.
Actually I know that. If you want music by Lackluster (who's tracks are featured in this ones) then go to http://lackluster.bandcamp.com

Reviews


lonelyjunkielonelyjunkie

Rated 5 / 5 stars

it is good

i liked it alot
good job david firth
you are smart



nutter-buttonsnutter-buttons

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow...

What a great flash! You're not the only one to have weird dreams like that tho! That's kind of a 'screw with your mind' video. I like it alot!



eeelickeeelick

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I have dreams like that too

You know where "I've had the ability to do this my whole life but only realized it now"
This might be my favourite video of yours…maybe. I’ve been watching your old stop animation stuff as well because I hope to do some of that myself. I wish I was an Internet celebrity.



noisywannoisywan

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

direct link to sub-consious mind

Your flash movies make me feel like daydreaming...



iamgeekusaiamgeekusa

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It makes me feel introspective

I really like the socklops series mostly because of all of Mr. Firths work it is the most genuine. I don't care for his more violent animations because they usually just involve violence for the sake of Violence. This movie inpartically stands apart from the others because its plot is wound together in a deeply symbolic way. A subconsious statement about what it means to exist in a society that places more and more value on consumerism (with the man in basement) and the absurdity of our own invention and its affect on our ego (scientist/inventor) Finally coming full circle to the individual and how we find ways to escape from this reality (narrator/shrinking and making up games/awarding ourselfs imaginary prizes)


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