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One candy bar to rule them all, one candy bar to find them, one candy bar to bring them all and in their sugar levels, spike them!
I think his was better than the first one. I like how you make more use of the candy bar. Well, I think that one's a bit too smallt be considered a candy bar. I don't think those fun size things count. I have never seen the full movie of this. The hobbit movie's still better.
I like the funny way of dubbing. While not much of a Christmas treat, it's okay. The facial expressions really do make it or break it here. Yes, I still think there should be more effort with tis. Congrats on these high scores.
Christmas? This was posted in July you fucking imbecile!
The first half was pretty ho-hum to be honest. I think the main reason it was like that was because you didn't add so much. I'd have maybe added some dubbing when it comes to the description, and on Mordor itself. Despite that, the reading of the Snicker's inscription was worth it and took what I thought was pretty lame to actually pretty decent.
Just so nobody thinks this is original amazing animation, this is a scene from the 1978 Lord of the Rings animated film by Ralph Bakshi. I really can't give this a high score at all not only because the animation is completely not yours, but the overdubbed soundbytes like "candybar" sound more to me like the annoying loud person trying to be funny in a movie theater while you're trying to watch in peace. I don't mean any offense, its just not my bag.
But please give credit where credit is due when you use clips from movies, its only right.
"Just so nobody thinks this is original amazing animation, this is a scene from the 1978 Lord of the Rings animated film by Ralph Bakshi."
I like how right beneath your review, there's someone smart enough to realize it's a dub parody so not only are you flipping me the bird by accusing me of trying to steal credit from Ralph Bakshi [because rotoscoping live-action film is totally something I'd want credit for] but you're also insulting the intelligence of all the people smart enough to understand the concept of a dub parody. What idiot wouldn't be able to infer from context alone that this wasn't original?
I love LoTR and I love parodies. Granted this was more or less a dub parody, but it was funny nonetheless. Call me silly, but I got quite the giggle every time 'candybar' was said. One bit of crit, you should of changed 'wore the candybar' to 'ate the candybar'. Yes, yes. I know. I nitpick. But I also pick to nit (even though I don't know how to purl).
But I digress. Funny! And... Thank you!
Yeah I heard the "wore the candybar" phrase and thought of changing it to "ate the candybar" as well but since I already did Bilbo the Diabetic in which Frodo actually wears the bite sized Snickers as a necklace I figured that making such an alteration was something of a moot point. The most I've done to this editorially for right now is spike the audio for when I say "diabeetus" because it was so faint that I can barely hear it, and I wrote and voiced for it; that's bad. It's fixed now.
Very good more practice and you should be amazing at this.
But may I ask why?
Because it's funneh.
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