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  • Daily Feature October 20, 2012

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    Mario Seemingly infinite Mario parodies! Some of the funniest Flash movies ever conceived!

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***Sprite Movie***

Watch as Mario and the gang continue on their misadventures in the Mushroom Kingdom! Almost the entire cast of the series makes an appearance in the 14 crazy skits.

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Reviews


rebazrebaz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

not giving a shit that half of these suck, you deserve my 5. the last 2 parodies made me lol.

=)


Sunrie responds:

Oh freaking sweet! Thanks, man. You're one of the reasons I got into sprites in the first place.


DarkLink2000DarkLink2000

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A lot of these were really funny. And yes, while there were shades of Castle Calamity, yours were original and funny as well. Well done ^_^


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PoisonHeartPoisonHeart

Rated 3 / 5 stars

The perversion of the natural innocence protrayed by the Super Mario franchise is somewhat offensive. It is similar to the folks who say that Mr. Rogers always wore his sweaters because he had tally marks tattood on his arms to mark confirmed kills from being his days as a Vietnam Sniper. Which, if you ever watched the show, would know to be garbage as there was an episode where he was swimming and we saw that clearly he has no such thing.

Perhaps there is some truth to what Alan Moore's character in "The Watchmen" said about the prevalence of sex and violence that reign shortly before a great war or tragedy. It could be that we feed such negativity through the way we express ourselves as artists.

I think this is technically very creative and funny, but to summarize: the cartoon was as predictable as it was vulgar. Again, very creative but very vulgar. I'm sure you'll disagree, but as the artist you would know better than I.


Sunrie responds:

Let your heart and vagina bleed elsewhere, dipshit.

BTW, bitch piles like you need people such as myself in this world to defend your slack wrist lifestyles. You can thank me for my military, law enforcement, and EMT service anytime you like.


GreenGorillaGreenGorilla

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love the flash animations with different cut scenes. Also thanks for keeping mario alive on this website!



TheTrueFreakTheTrueFreak

Rated 1 / 5 stars

I'm sorry, but these kind of sprite movies are a dime a dozen. The Mario page is filled with these. The jokes are all so very token and might even be better without the context of Mario.

"What if the mushrooms Mario eats were like the drug?"
"What if Mario broke his leg while jumping?"
"What if Yoshis were having sex?"
"What if something that happens in reality happened in the Mario universe?!"

Not only have these all been done to death, but they were never particularly funny. Nor were they timed or presented in a way that would bring anything new to the table. One of the sketches was a quote from American Dad with the characters swapped for Mario characters. Honestly, what is the point?

I think it's important to understand the basic structure of a joke as well. Buildup, buildup, punchline. Newspaper comics are a good example of this. A lot of good comedians can mess with this formula and play with the audience's expectations, like Monty Python. I don't see any structure or use of buildup and punchline. It's usually, tell a joke and then get to the next one as quickly as possible. No time for pacing or even allowing the audience time to "get it" - not that the jokes were complicated enough that they needed to.

I've brought this up before, but it's become increasingly important as of lately. Why is everything Mario related? Most of the jokes in here would not have been any worse if they were in some other context with throw away characters. What are you trying to say about the Mario universe that these jokes need to be in the context of intellectual property that belongs to Nintendo? Where's the originality? Why did this have to be a sprite cartoon?

And the animation fluctuates from pretty good to simply "okay." I know for a sprite cartoon, standards are a tad low because its limited to the capabilities of the sprite. I like how the sprites changed from sketch to sketch but to me they all seemed majorly tweened. I'm not an expert animator, but I know that there's a lot more that can be done with sprite cartoons to make them look stylized and professional in their movements.

I'm sorry, but I just don't think this is very good. I don't think that this was put together with an original idea at all. I don't think there's anything I could get from this cartoon that I haven't already seen five years ago on the Mario page. I know I'm being harsh and unforgivingly negative, but I honestly don't quite know how to put it any other way. I'm sorry, but this just wasn't anything new or funny to me.


Sunrie responds:

Simple way of fixing this is for you to stop watching them, then. Hard to believe you claim nothing original if you actually watched it.