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Aaj 2: Testicle Trouble

rated 3.89 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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May 31, 2011 | 4:27 PM EDT

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A glimpse of what to expect in the upcoming Dragon Ball Super series.

Staring voice artists Edwyn Tiong (Omahdon) and Tori Kamal.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


lol that waspretty funny ill admit.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This video is all different kinds of awesome

I love it so much and it was a surprise hearing the guy who made that Trapped series so I give it a 5/5 and a 10/10. And I also put it in my favorites for good measure. :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Welcome to Adult Swim, I will be Your Guide

Some things need time to develop properly. Take a look at the Metal Gear Solid series. Those games took, like, forever to get released. Each of them. EVERY LAST ONE OF THEM!

"Aaj 2: Testicle Trouble" features good voice-over talents, an actual plot that isn't random bullshit artistry, and plenty of horrible wit. This is another good addition to Mation-Moron's catalog and portfolio, enough that the author would do well to stay consistent and develop this series above the others. Plenty of absurdity to exploit, see. It also takes time to mess with itself to get jokes, citing the production time as a chief complaint. It is also sure that it is very below par and, if you take the plot seriously, you would agree.

This is a science fiction tale about a special consumer product designed to improve your intellect with the side-effect of boosting the intellect of one's gonads (in this case, Jasmik's testicles). Convinced that his shrewdness has improved, Jasmik begins purchasing it en masse and pursuing intellectual fields, even pontificating that humans have evolved from Manatees. However, when the side-effects start to manifest themselves, Jasmik is forced into a battle from within as well as without.

The veteran voice-overs have matured over the years and actually find themselves in roles that complement their range perfectly. In addition, this cartoon is a total screwball festival with a possible chance of working as a sit-com on Cartoon Network's Adult Swim.

Not everything is honky-dory here, though. The sound quality is debatable, being compressed and muffled like crazy. It has some popping that kind of detracts from the experience, as well as the score. The soundtrack scoring, derived from a few public domain orchestras and some copyrighted stuff, could have used some royalty free material from the Audio Portal. The author has also forgotten to credit his voice-overs so that we know who's speaking the parts. Finally, the author skipped over the pre-loader/replay screen entirely, making the movie loop even though a scene selection could have improved the presentation a great deal.

However, "AaJ 2: Testicle Trouble" is a silly romp, worthy of a few viewings and possibly even Front Page status. Mation-Moron can make this into a series... more often than before, anyway... but does he have the chutzpah to do it?

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