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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH FILMMAKER DANIEL ROWE:
N: Thanks for coming, Mr. Rowe.
DR: Pleasure to be here, Nick.
N: So Daniel, what does "Barnyard Shenanigans: Director's Cut" mean to YOU?
DR: (laughs) I can't believe it's already been 15 years since the original B.S. was released.
N: It hasn't. And that wasn't the question. Besides that, what else can we expect from Daniel Rowe in the future?
DR: I'm glad you asked Nick. I've signed a contract with Pandemoniac Pictures to write and direct 99 more installments of Barnyard Shenanigans.
N: Jesus Christ.
Had it highs and lows.
It started out pretty funny with all of the quotes from magazines and whatnot, but I wasn't too impressed after that. Everything before the intermission was pretty lame, mainly because it was choppy animation with sounds that made your ears bleed. I thought the intermission was funny, then the humor started to turn around.
I enjoyed the skit after the intermission very much, I thought the characters you cut out were very funny, but the exploding animals weren't that clever. I would have probably found it more amusing back when it was originally released. The music was pretty good though. Anyway, keep up the good work!
great little movie
Started off slow, but then got somewhat funny around the gory scene with the giant chick also the policeman being didstracted by the pig was amusing, andthe ending scene was somewhat "monty python-esque"
A starving village ask a water spirit to help them.
Strawberry clock forgets his ticket on the train but maybe he'll be ok
a clock day story
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