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May 4, 2012 | 10:39 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place May 5, 2012

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Pharmacy, medicine, life, death, zombies, apples, high art, all in one continuous stream of thoughts. Apparently it is too wide for Newgrounds by 20 pixels. What time is it over there?

Reviews


MartIsAMartianMartIsAMartian

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 8, 2012

The art is brilliant! The animation needs more refining though. It was slow on some parts too but I thought it matches the phase of the music. Honestly, I liked the plot, somewhat abstract. Although there were parts that you could have done with a better delivery. The music is very good. I say the plot described the music well, just like a stream of thoughts. Overall, a nice and refreshing film. 4/5



GokuVegetaGogettaGokuVegetaGogetta

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 8, 2012

Hey alright.

I actually liked this, contray to most others it seems.

I think I got the message, or at least, made one up out of the images shown to me. Music was neat, adding a nice dramatic effect.

Obviously not intending to be the most graphically superior flash, I believe the charm lies in what you make of the plot.

Good work, I enjoyed it.


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JakeTazJakeTaz

Rated 2 / 5 stars May 8, 2012

Author: I really don't understand why you did this. I'm not saying I don't understand the movie, just the reason for it's existence. I also don't understand the difference between "pharmacy" and "art" in your explanation, nor where in this movie "high art" is referenced. I thought the music overshadowed the film, and the juxtaposition of an aimless movie against a purposeful score was ineffective and highlighted the wandering arbitrariness of the film.

Viewers: This is not an homage or a deep statement, the author himself states in his own summary that it is only "a continuous stream of thoughts". Imagine this film without the music, or with any non-symphonic music - amateur cartoon artists constantly use orchestral music to add epic connotations to films without epic content.



TapeZgbTapeZgb

Rated 0 / 5 stars May 8, 2012

wtf. now give me back my time.



chardudechardude

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 8, 2012

its was good, an homage to clasice movies, something you have to look into to get. but one thing i dont get is why its called "Made in china"

i got it, not sure if other people did though