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I know there's no blood. You don't need to tell me =)
To begin this review, let me just say that I LOVED the original Madness Combat, and the sequels were even better! So when Madness Day 2007 arrived, JonBro ( known for the Riddle School and Pain on the Brain series) made this AWESOME tribute that compliments the series quite well.
Graphics: VERY Madness-like.
Sound: Quite Grand, Sounds like it was made for Madness.
Madness-ness: Like what I said, Madness Termination fits Madness really well. Most poeple bash on the absense of blood, but like what JonBro said on his website, "The violence is the same regardless, and the people who think some red body liquid is the one thing that determines whether a violent movie is good or bad just have an unhealthy bloodlust of sorts." and "My reason for saying that is, the first Madness Combat did not contain a single drop of blood, and everyone loves it to this day."
Overall: A very, VERY underated work of art. Throw in a surprise ending ( THE EGGND FTW) and a random extra scene, and you have one of the best Madness animations on this site!
Awesome you like Krinkels dont have blood at madness combat just be cool man
this is why krinkels 1 madness sucked. you lack the chaotic feel of krinkels work. the characters heads were oversized. the detail of the guns was awful. I mean really, a giant club? is that the BEST you could think of? the reason people want blood is so the graphics would be good enough so you could ignore the terrible other things. Jonbro, you have the potential. you have the animation skill. now PLEASE try to make a better movie.
"PLEASE try to make a better movie." I find this statement hilarious for two reasons.
1. Obviously I am capable of making better animations. I made this more than five years ago.
2. You clearly have absolutely no conceptual grasp of what it means to make a movie 'better.'
Now, I do seriously appreciate that you tried to provide legitimate constructive criticism in your review, but your entire perception of what makes a movie enjoyable is based on utterly insignificant aesthetic details.
So the characters had slightly large heads. Would shrinking them a bit have automatically caused the movie to be fantastic? I agree that the guns could have looked a lot better, but would giving them that little bit of extra detail really have changed the core of the animation? And is it so wrong to give the main character a weapon nobody else has used before (a giant club, in this case) for originality's sake? It could have been a pole, or a chainsaw, or a statue, but it wouldn't have made any actual difference.
If blood, overly realistic modern-day weapons, and minor alterations in character design are the only things you feel make Krinkels' work "better" or "more chaotic" than what I poured my heart into making when I was still learning the ins and outs of Flash animation, maybe you ought to rethink your definition of 'art' and try nitpicking at flaws that are actually meaningful before running your mouth about how awful something is.
It seems like it was lacking feet movement for most scenes. Instead it had a lot of characters sliding everywhere. The camera movement is decent but sometimes it looks like its being dragged to random places as if there was glitching or was over exaggerated. Also I noticed the henchmen that carried the suppressed mp5's were using 2 left hands while one hand is holding on to the magazine for some reason. I'm just going to assume those guys have 2 hands on their left arm or 2 arms on the left side of their body. Overall the animation was decent. Still don't understand how this is M rated though.
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