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Aug 22, 2000 | 5:25 PM EDT

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This is a non-offensive movie dedicated to all the Mr. Tuckers out there, trust me, there are TOO MANY.

Reviews


AlucartAlucart

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 3, 2006

Hahaha!

I can't help but love this.. The audio cracks me up! Every time I listen to it, it just gets funnier and funnier! Yeah, the graphics were extremely poor but that doesn't even matter! Thanks for the laugh!



halishalis

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 15, 2005

Chris G. here

i am the "producer" on this little piece of...well genius some say. while it was rev_kussman's comic genius at work on the recording, it was my shitty $10 microphone on my personal PC that got the job done. i also provided the supporting "voice acting".

for the record, we weren't high, i don't think we were even drinking!! that is the most amazing part...we were just bored high school kids, who thought "dance of the sugar plum fairy" might help us express our feelings about a certain teacher, and his passion for the college of fine arts.

anyway, i lost this recording a long time ago, as well as...some others that were just as hillarious. haven't seen this in a long time, can't remember who did the animation, but it is really funny. glad i found it again. see you all in hell! especially you friedel.



slipknot-freak-31slipknot-freak-31

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 20, 2005

MR.TUCKER WILL DIE!!!!!

that was really funny keep up the good work



RikkunessRikkuness

Rated 2 / 5 stars May 16, 2005

Well..

Okay... It was original to say the least.. The sound kinda' sucked though, too much background noise.. Not the best I've seen but not the worst either.



tim333tim333

Rated 1 / 5 stars January 20, 2004

Pointless.

Dull graphics, poor sound (way too much background noise), and a completely incomprehensible story. I've got no clue what this is about. Who is Mr. Tucker? What's the deal with the turtle? Did I miss something here?

Try to make something the audience can understand, or at least some entertaining nonsense.