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starring Emil Rodeo, Ruby Tuesday, Thom the Cat and Guy Hardone
This is good!
This movie was good! The animation was great and the music selection was nice too. Although there were no words, the story was easy enough to follow. The sound effects, such as the cup dropping and things of that nature were pretty bad, but aside from that I have nothing to complain about.
Ok. Starting from the bad. To the good ones.
This thing lacked sound. the music from time to time and occasional sounds just sounded awkward. Try recording the usual sounds at home. It shouldnt be hard.
Second thing that this flash needs is smoothness. At times characters looked as if they were robots. Or weird freaks floating over the floor.
Now the good stuff.
The graphics were impressive. Very cartoon-like. You kinda mixed up today with the 50's.(60's?)
The story was brilliant. It shows you that you care for your loved one at all times. It had a really slow pace though, because of it's smoothness(this movie couldve been 7 minutes and it wouldve been better)
Solid 8/10. and 5/5. Gl on future flashes.
Good animation! Excellent story telling ability!
wow, almost like watching a real movie!
That was great. I love the intro, the grayscale, the typing effects, and the music that when a along.
Sitting here and watching this was like watching a movie. And the lack of colour definitely brought out the melancholy in the movie. The lack of words was extremely effective here too.
Only thing I would suggest is maybe speed up some scenes to give it a slightly quicker pace.
9/10, 5/5, faved :)
Great job, really enjoyed it.
You had everything...
You had everything to make a good Flash movie but I missed the tempo. The ending was kinda lame too, it just doens't make sense that she didn't knew her husband was coming back later. It's still that you can do it.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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