High-Quality Stuff, Dude.
Well, despite having Cartoon Network and Toonami wreck my attitude towards DBZ some time ago by getting to a huge cliffhanger then going back to the very first episode, I really enjoyed this movie.
The graphics were great - you obviously have quite the talent for art, and that was the most accurate depiction of the DBZ characters I've seen in a LONG time.
The sound could have done with being a little louder, but that doesn't take anything away from the fact that your choice of clips was extremely clever and well thought-out. Either this was sound from an episode that was actually about a lightbulb (that I missed), or you managed to select clips that fitted the storyline of the joke flawlessly. I'm betting it was the latter, since even the writers of DBZ would have trouble justifying ten episodes of powering-up and flashbacks for a lightbulb. ;)
Violence: implied but not seen, hence the '2'.
Interactivity: It had a play button, which is more of a courtesy than a lot of film makers see fit to grant.
The humour was very well done too - the whole thing flowed nicely, and whilst there was no big fanfare at the end of the joke, it had a definite punchline that came just at the right time. I've seen a lot of jokes ruined because they either went on too long, or crammed too much joke into too little space, causing the punchline to feel more like an anti-climax.
Overall, a great movie - I've added you to my favourites list, and I hope to see more stuff from you. Also, I've submitted this to the DBZ collection; it deserves a place there. :)
Thank you. Reading reviews like yours makes it all worth while. and much more rewarding. Thanks again!
i liked it alot
that was funny
Wow,this was really good,if u ever get the time,make a series of these!(P.S.Great job on the voices.)
It does take 20 episodes!
That Was Hilarious!! You Should Make Another Like This One!!! >XD