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A small handful of survivors have gathered together in the ruins of the apocalypse to share where they where when the world ended.
was good... if you look at it as a whole, it decayed away... just like humanity is doing to itself, it's almost a piece of art, progressively breaking down from something with such potential to a basic pile of nothing... it works - at first i was with the others, but the way the colab was setup for play all... its a statement of our own de-evoloutin
Some good, most average. The first four were the best. Reconsider publishing a whole collab.
I'm gonna have to agree with Determinator.
This started off really good, and when I heard Pop-Tart's voice, I thought we were gonna be in for some great voice acting. Then it steadily went downhill. As a voice actor myself, there was no believability in the deliveries (they were just reading, and not delivering emotion...) There was WAY too much relying on modifications and fake robot voices as well, that kind of stuff should only be used when it works well artistically or appropriately with the piece.
It seemed like the art and the voices both steadily went worse and worse as the movie progressed. All the comedy was not presented correctly or delivered right for a laugh, it just felt awkward.
Also at the end when it had no audio. That was unneeded, if you can't finish a project, then don't include it. I don't see too many folks watching that part.
Started off great, but the voice acting could have been better. It sounded like you all just rolled out of bed and started talking into a microphone. Radiotube was the worst and poptart was the best. Every voice after vuvuzela was automated. I could easily tell that there was supposed to be some feeling behind the lines that were voiced, like what happened should have influenced their tones. They sounded either too relaxed(radiotube), too rushed(poptart) or too forced(vuvuzela). Radiotube is talking about some seriously deep shit, and he sounds like he should be talking about the weather instead. Poptart, slow down. As it is, you stand above the rest, but for all the emotion in your voice you're going too fast. And vuvuzela, it is 4th-wall-breakingly obvious that you're trying to lighten the tone. It didn't help that the animation quality got progressively worse. Vuvuzela was the transition from good to bad, then bad to ugly.
All in all, I could care a little, but whatever part of me that wanted to care died after radiotube spoke after poptart's turn. On a side note totally unrelated to the review(no really), I fucking hate the clocks. Tom, why do you like the clocks? Is every widely collaborative effort front page gold to you, or is it the clocks this time?
Humanity is dead, long live the Clock Crew! And poop jokes. Because who DOESN'T love some cheap toilet humor? I know we do!
Health Reminder 3: The Unfixable Thought Machine
This is oil story... The real trend of the world. How Tuk uses oil to solve his problems?
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