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Twist of Fate

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Comedy - Original

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Jan 1, 2006 | 3:41 PM EST

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An angel places a bet with God on a man who wins a bottlecap contest.

This was part of a contest with some other shorts in my area. We had to make a short film in 2 days. As part of the rules, we were given a prop to use (a bottlecap), the theme "World of Wonder," and a line of dialogue, "Wow, vetlvet really is soft." Everything had to be original and copyright free or use with permission. So this cartoon is our finished product. Enjoy!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

yeah. It was good.

It was an average piece. Perhaps just above. It had reasonable graphics throughout. The sound was fine. The style wasn't anything incredable. Yeah, a good flash. I agree with another comment on it having something missing. Add the extra sparkle. Well done none-


Rated 2 / 5 stars


Good idea for a funny story. Seemed to be lacking something though. Overall not too bad...


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

nice idea

but it wasn't as funny as it could have been, this may be due to the voices which i found bland and, well, just extremely dull :\
nice graphics, good sound effects and well animated. Nice idea, but not executed in a way that's obviously funny for all (maybe i'm the only exception :p).

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


I think the guy will be in hell, for a dumb trucker got his milliom and he´s going to hate truckers^^ (I hate em too!)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Wow, someone who knows what ironic means!

To quote previous comment:
"It appears that you don't know what the word "ironic" means. There was absolutely no irony in the flash. Using the word "coincidential" or "fortuitous" would have better suited the events"
I am happy someone knows what ironic really means. Surprisingly God doesn't know what ironic means either... which THAT is ironic. (just in case for the half wits... God is all knowing, but uses poor grammar due to NOT knowing what a word means. Hence the true definition of irony; CONTRASTING statements, ideas, words, etc. usually for the use of humor.)


Good job for a 2 day project with strange limitations. Reminds me of when I had a serious writing contest and certain things had to be in the story that were pre determined by other people. Well the schmuck who got to decide the name of my lead character gives me "Goppy Gilbert the little prick!