Great Suprise Ending
It's been a while since I reviewed, so this one might be a little sloppy. I'm surprised to see a movie that Firth made to be less than a megabyte, but it still had it's laughs and original concepts. The movie was also a fare amount of time. I can't type too much more, because the newest model is coming out in two minutes.
Possibly the best form of satire I've seen in a long time. Really liked this... has a haunting edge to it that echoes the past. This flash could be interpreted in so many ways, but that's what makes this stand out.
This one has some meaning to it.
And reminds me of coldplays song "Bigger, Stronger" which talks about always having the latest (model) car.
I always find myself wondering how do you get these ideas. I myself had an idea like this some time ago, but I am so very glad someone portrayed it first.
Bloody wonderful animation as usual. :D Makes me want to giggle at the useless fads we have today. Keep it up David Firth, you make me happy.