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Rise of the MK: Part 2

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Part 2 of 4. Luigi and the rest of the Mushroom Kingdom inhabitants infiltrate Bowser's castle to end the reign of terror once and for all!

There is a rumor of a naked Samus in the movie... can you really find her?

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Awsome as always

Well you always seem to make some of the "BEST" sprite movies and you really make these jump the different "SCENES" are amazing and the effects are even better you really do bring on a brilliant story and make these films come so "ALIVE" no changes needed here as this film is already at its best potential, so props to you on a beautiful film.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
no changes needed here as this film is already at its best potential

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God, its been fucking forever since I've seen this. I must've been a kid last time I saw this.
For 2003 this was a pretty damn good piece of pixel animation. It really did make me feel something. Although I think I remember, somewhere, a parody of this. At least at the end, somewhere.

Huge improvement on the first part. Action-packed, emotional, and often funny. Nice twist, as well!

found the naked samus

It looks like most people regard this as Randy's Magnum Opus. This was certainly fantastic. The funniest part was when he hit the screen. The transition effects are amazing. I remember looking at this trivia article he wrote talking more about it. I certainly wasn't expecting that ending.

Well, it'll make more sense later. You really get to see the Mario series depicted as something epic. It really is like a great fanfic. It's great to see all the characters contributing to the battle. There's just so much going on and such fine detail in everything.

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