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Bob: Patriotic Chipmonk

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Aug 9, 2004 | 6:14 PM EDT

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It's a parody of the song: "God Bless the USA" and it's also a tribute to the United States...

I was going to make this into a series... but seeing how this has such a low score, the only way that I would make a sequal is if a great idea popped into my head... oh well... Anyway thanks to those who enjoyed this!
You might find it funny, you might find it as a work of art, maybe even worthy of the front page! (I doubt it) well the only other possibility I can find is that you might find it as a P.O.S.

Anyway I hope you enjoy it. Please Review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Patriotic

That was very nice, hehe specialy with the patriotic chipmonk singing in a high pitched voice


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Job

this was a great movie i enjoyed the patriotic theme


Rated 3 / 5 stars

not bad...

actually i thought it was pretty cute!^^
the song that is, u should have made the squirell move or something. But anyways good job.=)


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

((( IT WAS OK )))

It was ok, but you really needed more like alot more animation the song was funny and cute but you cant just go with only that the ending was ok, but all in all you need more effort for this...



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Yeah, more content

There's really nothing to hold the audience's attention throughout this. Essentially we're watching a photograph of a chipmunk with a little blinking white square.

Some things I'd reccomend: 1) occasionally horizontally flip the photograph every once in a while to make it look like the chipmunk's turned to the left or to the right. 2) Cut out the head or one of its feet or something and move it to add a little character, maybe in time with the beat... it looks cheezy and unrealistic but it's a pretty accepted technique in animations nowadays. 3) Switch to scenes of other things throughout the song... a little like you did in the second verse, but a lot more so. They don't necessarily need to be related to what the lyrics are talking about at that exact instant, though I'd assume they'd be some kind of patriotic looking locations. Featuring the chipmunk singing in other locations could be cool too. 4) Have some closeups of the chipmunk, vary its size a little bit to make it look like its coming closer or moving farther away (or the camera is zooming in or out). 5) Make the mouth sync better with the song. On the long notes you held it open, that was good, but on every other part it was blinking on and off pretty much completely out of sync.