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Inspired by Saturday morning cartoons, young Hamish embarks upon a coming-of-age journey where he stumbles across friendship, corrupt government officials and, inevitably, evil robots.
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blehhhh cool, alright
uhm , maybe i chuckled a couple times, it was ok i liked it, didn't love it, long though.
Thanks for speaking from the heart!
Check out Subordinate Droids episode 2 in a couple o' months. It's going to be "ELECTRIC"!
Great animation and the graphics were superb. Smooth to watch.
I liked the storyline a lot too. Good stuff.
Thanks for the support!
By the way I liked In Da Forest and your Frank Dude cartoon!
ok i guess
it was on the edge of being bad the fighting scenes were terrible the animation was bad too
Thanks for the great review!
Check out Subordinate Droids episode 2 in a couple o' months.
"Miss it and 'short circuit'"!
It was Ok
I didnt Understand some of the Things they said, but that might of been just me. I thought the Humor was Original. Which is quite good. Voted 3.
that was a very nice and unique animation. i really liked the plotline behind this one, it was quite original and entertaining. it had some pretty good graphics in it, nice characters, good audio selections from the audio portal and it was a blast to watch. good work on this one, it shows a lot of potential and your efforts were great. hope it wins an award.
Cheers, mate! I'm glad you liked this!
This was my first "talking" movie so I had a new load of problems to deal with. I got daily 2nd though, so it paid off!
Detective Nwar engages in modern nwarfare.
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Music video for Savlonic's Broken single from their new album.
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