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Me and Jonbro made this over MSN. He animated it, as I sent him retarted voice clips.
This is very funny movie.
I don't know how to review this
You may not have asked me permission to post this, but I'm perfectly fine with that.
I just feel like there's some obligation I have to review this, since you did write, voice, and post this movie, and basically everything you post is gold, but since I animated this, it would feel kinda strange giving a high score for something I made sort of. So I'm going to give you an 8.5, which rounds to 9, and fill up most of the remaining space of this review with whatever pops into my mind.
The storyline was remarkably original in the most mundane way possible, which is a good thing in this case, and I cried six times in five minutes. The significance of the backwards forty-twelve on the catalog next to the demonic teddy bear really spoke to me. The way the morbidly-depressed retired Navy seal sliced the aquatic seal with a Yogurt container seal was quite possibly the goriest and most demented sight I'd ever seen, but such points are what make your works so great.
It was disappointing to find that the massive evil rat taking over Poopopolis was really just a giant inflatable brown mouse, but you made up for that with the sequence when the sun came out from behind the city and the inflatable mouse started sweating off its brown paint. Who would have thought it was actually diarrhea?
My mind was also blown when I realized this was a time-travelling story. You really pulled that off well, especially since you threw in no transitions when alternating between timelines. I'd never have guessed the diarrhea from the inflatable mouse was the reason that the city was called Poopopolis, either. And Captain Orangutangus Maximus was simply genius. What a lovable character--the fatal flaw actually made him better.
There was a part I truly hated, however. The part with the bagpipe guards. The idea of living robotic instruments is cool, yes, but why were bagpipes the musical instruments of choice (if they can even be called that)? I found them to be pretty annoying in the scheme of things, and I was tempted to stop watching this when you gave them a musical number.
Qualms aside, I can't end this review without mentioning the ending... The narrator bounced into the story, used his plot-changing magic to shoot a space shuttle holding Richard Nixon and a dinosaur into orbit, and the dinosaur managed to stop the rainbow glacier meteor from hitting Earth in the year 7813 by sacrificing his tail just because he hated public speakers and wanted someone to recognize him... and he was forgotten forever? It's like you're punching me in the heart and slurping the tears out of my eyes when you write such beautiful scripts. I used my socks as tissues the first time I watched this because they were the only thing I could reach when I was huddling in a corner stunned by the reality of it all.
In short: The plot was excellent, the characters were memorable (for better or for worse) even if the ending disagrees, and the ending traumatized me so well that I accidentally gave myself a permanent scar--a toothmark, to be exact--on my lower left nose. This is, plain and simple, even with its flaws, the greatest Dreamcast game I've ever played.
totally should have voted 10 though ;)
i dont want to know about your penis... wait how big is it?
The end was funny.
How will Kratos survive the Night?
A story about a kid and idk...
A short muisc video based on the classic song "The Window Cleaner" sung by George Formby
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