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I haven't done a movie in years, so for Madness Day 2009, I created this tribute for the series. Animated @ 60 fps.
great movie but try not to add final fantasy type of fighting into it and try stick to madness fighting as it was kinda none suiting for it and also try have them a better fight it got repetitive he hits the grunt 5 times he dies jumps and goes blurry as he is flying down then smashes him into the ground it got extremely repetitive over all i thinks its new but isn't madness its more a range of different fighting styles which i like but about 10% of the entire movie had madness fighting in it which was the gun scene still with another go at a action fighting scene like this with the tweak people asked for you would be a great animator
can this be a game ??? =3
Very good and I like how Tricky is shown
Mediocre at best, I'd have to say, didn't really spark any interest, more fluent movement, more blood, and more original voices, the voices were super stock.
What a lovely titlescreen. The stars are for that. Could have left it at that, really.
The actual movie was... repetitive and derivative. Very cold and blank, compared to, for example, Bunnykill.
"We need emotional content", like Mr. Lee said.
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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