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The Waterman Movie Teaser

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Comedy - Original

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Mar 23, 2007 | 5:21 PM EDT
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Based on Waterman Studios’ successful online animated series “Waterman”, “The Waterman Movie” is the studios’ very first full-length animated movie.

When famed comedy rock duo 16Buttons Of Justice is informed of the tremendous failure that is the 16Buttons Of Justice TV Show, the duo must come up with a plan to send rating through the roof, before the show is canceled.
Soon after hearing that Ready Espanosa, father to 16Buttons Of Justice front man Raccoon X. Espanosa and world famous explorer, has gone missing, the duo decides to document their own rescue attempt to save the greatest adventurer of all time.

Comedic legend Leslie Nielsen (Airplane, The Naked Gun, Wrongfully Accused) joins the cast as Ready Espanosa.

The movie will be released on DVD in early 2008.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

It was alright

The graphics and sound were great, but the movie was just a trailer and lacked length.

I wasn't too fond of the style, but that's just my opinion and will leave it out of the overall score.

Violence is N/A, but I gave it a 1 for the situation.

It lacked even a "play" button, but I gave interactivity a 2 because it at least looped to compensate somewhat.

The single punchline seemed unoriginal and was "eh" funny.

Overall, I give this flash a 6. It's about average.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


im sure this would have been good had it been made but its MID 2009 and No movie


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I obviously missed something here....

Old school humour can sometimes be funny....sometimes. Teasers are about good things, this is more a movie annoyance


Rated 2 / 5 stars


A well animated advert. Looks like it will be a good film. that's it.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


It's nice to know Bryan's oging to take all the credit again, for Chris Boe's work.
Then again it's not even slightly impressive. I mean - anyone could make it, it's pretty much 99% tweens, and most things that arn't, look horrible, for example the fire at the beginning.
And how Leslie Nielsen was obliged to voice this is beyond me.