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If I had that notebook that maxwell has, I'd be sittin pretty atop a throne made out of strippers.
Alright, let's break it down section by section.
The animation was pretty well done, pretty fluid. You stuck to the simplicity of the original Scribblenauts graphics, and that's a plus.
The voice acting was highly believable, and blended well with the scenes. I had very much pity for the townsman and his wife, and regarded Maxwell as the devil's ilk after watching this. Plus the choice of music! The Kill Bill whistle at the end was rather ominous, but rather fitting: I felt like killing Maxwell. If they say someone dies after that whistle, I think a lot of people watching this can say that Maxwell should be next.
The plot is a case of "that escalated quickly," in that Maxwell's misdeeds were piling one on top of the other, but *even the ending escalated quickly*. In fact, I'd say, rather abruptly. When watching things like these, the viewer WANTS to have the satisfaction of having Maxwell's misdeeds backfire at him somehow. What we were left with was a rather terrible cliffhanger which left a lot of unease inside.
In fact, might I add, the plot has come close to the *true* definition of "yaoi" -- "yama nashi, ochi nashi, imi nashi" (no peak, no denouement, no meaning). What we have is a shallow instance of "oh hey, I'm going to stroll down the town one day and cause mischief to one of my townspeople, and that's the end". Granted, everyone can imagine the kind of trouble one can wreak with that notebook, but surely some development could be added? Like, something beyond Maxwell's mischief making?
tl;dr: Fluid animation, excellent music choice and excellent voice acting. Plot, however, is seriously left wanting.
Hah! That was a fun little flash. I don't know why, but I imagine Maxwell going deeper down the well (I think it's that stupid hat - no one sane could wear a hat such as that!) and becoming like that kid from the episode of The Twilight Zone (It's a Good Life) and everyone has to obey and pamper him or else he'll think that they've been bad, and the things he does with his notebook will be far, far worse for them...
Hehe, just a fun extension of the joke here. Also of note in this flash was the voice acting, very well done methinks.
That game just irretates me more and more. That Maxwell doesn't deserve that scribble book. Doh
Oh Maxwell... That guy's gonna need some plants to fight off those zombies.
I hate it when people call that piece of music the "Kill Bill song". Quintin Tarentino ripped it from another movie (big surprise there!). It's from a much better movie called "Twisted Nerve". The song was written by Bernard Herrmann, an incredibly talented composer. He wrote music that was incredibly memorable, like the score for Psycho.
As for this cartoon... eh, not bad. The animation is decent, the jokes are punny, but nothing special.
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