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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.
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.
only radiotubes and poptarts storys made sense and were any good the rest was just crap
The introduction and the first story was great but then it all descendent into acid criticism > crappy humor > toilet humor > void.
So at the beginning I was all stoked because RadioTubeClock's part was all serious and deep and i thought, "huh, this post-apocalyptic colab could be cool." Then all the other artist just put shit up, perhaps with the exception of Pop-Tart and BoltClock. I wish the other artist would have either stuck with serious or put more effort in to trying to be funny. The two and a half stars goes to RadioTubeClock, who put together a great animation but got screwed most of the other artists.
The begging was really great. I loved it. But the ending was just... stupid. It got worse and worse. Than it turned into horse poop and ended.
The only reason why I'm giving 2.5 was the beggining, tho if the SFX was used in a better way, I would give 5.
Also wtf is Obama doing there :D
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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