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This is my first Flash animation, and it's a depiction of what life would be like for me if I were stuck in the corperate world...with a little psychadelic animation thrown in, of course!

Reviews


..:trippy:..

..:° reminded me of alice in wonderland:i like it °:..



Crazy- but kind cool

This was a pretty abstract peice of work. Funny in a bizarre way. Excellent for a first flash animation. Great music too.



k how about no.

I guess for a 1st film its allright. but still that wus fuckin boring! it didnt hold my interest at all. im not really even sure what the damn movie wus about. some dude dreams r sumthin, gets chased by a stapler, i have no idea, and the ending sucked my nuts. cum on u can do better.



too fucking weird

well. what the hell were you on when you wrote this. it must have been some hot shit. for a 1st movie it was very impressive, but it didn't go anywhere and i just lost interest by the end.
The main reason for my high score though is the fact it has a Beatles reference and that always wins it for me



Si-ca-delik

A fantastic effort and a very good 'first movie' but not really my thing. I write this review keeping in mind that my tastes are perhaps different to most and compensate for that fact. The animation seemed to try to be similar to that of Terry Gilliam's, but unfortunately the Flash software limits the comic timing a little...maybe Flash animation isn't the way to go for Kireblade, but I'm more than willing to give him a chance in future movies. Sorry if this sounds negative, as this was an excellent piece, well done!


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Views
64,298
Votes
2,512
Score
3.58 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 24, 2001
12:26 PM EST
Genre
Drama
Tags
  • Daily Feature January 25, 2001