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Jul 9, 2002 | 3:12 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature July 9, 2002

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The story of a man, obsession, and chance meetings at a grocery market.

Reviews


8888

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

lol pretty good

funny..and yet deep...although i cant really put my finger on why..lol good drawings and such..just woulda been better with animations...mightve made it to top 50..or 100 at least


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Mix-Masta-MikeMix-Masta-Mike

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty funny

That was a good clip would have taken you a while to do those good drawings.
A good needed break from all the other typical shit. 2 thumbs up.
Cheers.



BadgerSlayerBadgerSlayer

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Original + Great

That is a very nice piece of work. Good to see some originality is still being produced at Newgrounds. Lately it seems like violence is the be all and end all of all movies. Very cool, make more :)



jakewulffjakewulff

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Supurb

Awesome piece indeed! I love the original comic style artwork, as well as the climbing storyline. I really really want to see a sequel. You deserve a top 100 spot... I mean it.


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Virgilcomic responds:

Check out Grasshopper. It's a bit different, but similar to Chance Meetings.


Mad-MonMad-Mon

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Great, but some problems...

Arrgh, matey!
(have to break character for a few moments)

I am having trouble giving this the score I gave it. The font was a poor choice for this particular medium; when you have no voices for the movie, the text has to be comprehensible, even if you were trying to establish a mood or a theme tying in with the gist of the story.
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Nethertheless, this was well written, although a bit cliched, I would like to see a deeper storyline with this character, perhaps a few more with the relationships with his mother and how that relationship directly affects his lack of meaningful expression towards women (more so) because the needy mother seems to be the stem of his ability to want to engage women, and that it makes him unconsiously distance himself from the women he may like, and he only focuses on the tangible aspects of the women he desires (the voice, the looks) without actually engaging in social intercourse to see if the inside is as pleasing as the outside for fear of finding his mother on the inside (a little Froidian sounding, I know). Yet, this is made even more obvious when he just forgets the "prize" (ending, ya know what happens) and goes for the other "prize"

Well, anyways, ARRRGH, ye made a great toon, ye no talking scurvy dog! Ye gets the pirates doubloons for this one!