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"TMNS: Bowl-Cut Boy"

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This is different then the other TMNS movies. It was done frame by frame there is hardly no tweening. That also made the file size big. Also, yes I copyed from dragonball z with the fight scenes and some characters...so please don't write reviews telling me about it! And when voting consider that almost every frame in the movie was drawn individually.

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Just yet another crappy DBZ-style movie

It was just yet another one of them DragonballZ style fight movies, they aren't entertaining at all, they're just really boring, this was no different, this movie was nothing I haven't seen a million times before. I'd go on about the lack of story here, but due to what this series is about I won't. This series took a turn for the worse, it was bad enough before, this one had absolutely nothing to do with This Made No Sense as it wasn't just complete randomness, it was just another DBZ-Style fight movie.

Peace Out, Afro Stud

0/5

good i guess

not exactly the greatest graphics but good use of flash none the less.

ha

That was a good one, overall it was probably better than the rest. And no, I am not an Anime fan...

Ryan

Hmmm

Can anyone say "DRAGONBALL Z RIPOFF????"

Also-
it needs catchy background music.

like music that goes doot, doot, doot, doot..
and then this other part comes in and goes doooooooooo wahhh wheeeeeeem DUM DUHM BAHHH!!!!!!

and it needs to loop.

That made no sense!

That was pretty hilarious, the long load isn't so bad sense you can punch bowl-cut boy and all while you wait. Bowl-cut boy should get all bloodied up when you're punching on him. The movie was funny, I like the shotgun weilding hillbilly that says 'Dag-nab-it'

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Score
2.95 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 11, 2001
4:47 PM EST