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Feb 7, 2003 | 10:50 AM EST
  • Review Crew Pick February 11, 2003

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BRAINKILLERBRAINKILLER

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Am I the only one worried about the masterful comment? 5 stars btw I loved it!


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RadeshtkaRadeshtka

Rated 5 / 5 stars

... this was masterful. I am a 31 year old woman who has nervous issues and can't work, so I live with my parents. We only have each other nad we love each other, but it's not good for usto be together. but there's nothing for us to do about it. So, again, this was masterful. My mom soudns like she is paranoid when she keeps telling the cops I'm trying to attack her when I'm bawling out of sheer terror, which upsets, confuses, and hurts me in a deep and horrible way, because I would never do that. My father yells so loud... but they never 'hit' me, so whenever I get so scared I hit at my father to get him away from me so I can breathe and calm down, she takes that as an excuse to pretend ot be scared of me, in my view, and call the cops. The cops don't believe me. nobody does.

So, yes. this was Masterful.

... today, I felt like I was in hell. haha.


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AdamJackAdamJack

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm hungry too George, I'm hungry too.

The things I liked.
* Pop Art style reminded me of Andy Warhol or Julian Opie's work.
* Relationship between George and the women.
* The repetiveness of words and actions, such as when the woman shouts "nothing!".
* Dialog was very simple yet powerful.
* The movements of characters looked realistically human.
* Bold sound effects, such as the hooves clumping on the floor.
* The woman making a huge scene over food.
* The story's humor and darkness.
* No music.
* The ending.
* Thought provoking

Criticisms
None

Although it's never shown in the story, the characters show obvious signs of a broken relationship.
It's humorous that the woman becomes so mad over the food when it's obvious that it's not the food she's mad at. These sort of attitudes remind me so much of real life arguments.

The mystery with in the story is that we know nothing about the devil or why the woman is so upset. I like this because it keeps the viewer guessing and also creates a scenario in the viewer's mind of different beginnings and explanations to how the story ends up the way it does.

What gives this movie it's interesting vibe is the devil.
In the movie, we don't see him do anything terribly wrong, apart from eat food. This makes me think, he must have done something pretty terrible to make the woman so emotional and violent.
On the other side of the spectrum, the movie might be fooling the viewer into thinking that the devil is bad when in fact it is the woman who is the bad one.

It's a great movie. 10/10. Nothing more to say.


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In-OutIn-Out

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

woah.

For a flash made in 2003, the animation quality is somewhat good, even by today's standarts!
This is indeed disturbing, and, putting it in a good way, quite random. Really interesting and impressing!
Good luck.


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SarkazmSarkazm

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great this stuff resurfaces now

"NG Lost Treasures" indeed, remember stumbling on this some 4 years ago... Made me take a glimpse on the website as well.


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