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Jun 10, 2008 | 12:09 PM EDT

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    Wilson! by cyber-turnip
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This took alot of work. The music is public domain and was used in "Night of the Living Dead", most sound effects were by myself but a handful are from www.flashkits.com. Enjoy!

Reviews


KuroiYashaKuroiYasha

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

I like the idea

Looping this movie was very good idea which gives it some kind of mystery.
But a scene with dogs was ridiculous, that was the weakest part of the animation.
But that's a quite good movie.


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kyn3kyn3

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

good

it was all right



UlluhtacUlluhtac

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

cool

That was certainly interesting, and even though it was a loop (ME HATE LOOPS!) you found a clever and cool way in actually incorperating the fact that it loops into the storyline which beleave it or not will raise YES RAISE your score.
I do have a couple of questions as far as storyline mainly involving the sceen with the dogs cuz i'm a plothole detector.
He's a robot, how does it even fear anything to begin with?
He's made of metal, the dogs would only break their teeth on him anyways so WOULD he be afraid?
And if he had that helecopter thing from the start, why didn't he just use that to bypass the dogs and get the wire in the first place?
And was it really nessesary he have THAT particular wire? Why? because it is green? All a wire is, is a copper string wrapped in plastic so what makes a differance?
Despite all my questions i do like it as it had its own sence of style and art and had an interesting if not controversial plotline.


cyber-turnip responds:

Thanks for the comments, glad you liked it! To answer your questions

1.It wasn't fear so much as not wanting to get damaged.
2.The dogs' teeth had been replaced with dolomite by the junkyard owner and had the ability to upload computer viruses into electronic machinery.
3.He didn't know that antenna had an in-built helichopter, it just kicked in in his time of need. I know he built himself, but he just found the antenna and though ooh that'll do.
4.That particular wire also contained certain fuses and resistors and things to regulate the voltages travelling through it.


BertnBertn

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

The never ending story. :3

Good animation, nice FBF skills and funny concept. I liked the robot even if it looks basic and I liked how you made this movie in a never ending story. :3 I guess you did it with AS. (;

Anyway, good job, you're a nice animator.

Keep it up! :D

Bertn

PS: the dog who ate the other dog was funny ^_^



eclipsstudioseclipsstudios

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 10, 2008

hmmm

I liked the animation (accept the dogs, I thought they were a little cheap) I liked the loop "back to the future" type thing.