Don't Wake Robby

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Siblings Ep. 2: Don't Wake Robby

Johny, in the middle of playing a game I won't mention, is told to wake his brother Rob. Rob, who has been sleeping for days, refuses to wake up. Johny must go to great lengths and hairbrain plans to awaken his hybernating brother. It just gets crazier from there.

"Play" plays the movie. "Scene selection" picks a specific scene to start from. "Scrapbook" is a collection of images and behind the scenes information from me. "Extras" contains a few bloopers (one animated, two just audio) and a pointless feature to watch Johny say "Fail!" repeatedly. While the animation plays, there's a hidden 'play/pause' button in the bottom left corner of the screen. Pressing this button either pauses or plays the movie, depending on which state it's in.

Music credits are as such:
"Chop Suey!" by System of a Down
"(Wake up) Make a Move" by Lost Prophets
"(O.J.) Wake up" by Snoop Dogg
"Wake up everybody" by Harold Melvin & the blues notes
"Wake up America" by Darryl Worley
"Rob's Dream" by Robert Winchester

As always, leave a review if you please. I always appreciate them, even if they are negative. This movie took two months to create, starting a day or so after I finished Runesuck.

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Oh shit, girlscouts!

Second one I've seen, but I love you. :D

Bobert-Rob responds:

Yay, glad you approve of it! :D

Fuckin' WEEE!!!

Hilarious keep up the good work man! (P.S.This is a million times better than dont sleep robby)

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Very funny

I like the characters and plots and most especially the entire storyline or more like setting great job the quality of animation was great and pace and sense of timing!

wait huh?

wait wait wait.. imn the end when hes in tub.. why didnt he just turn on the shower or something? that would had gotten him up maybe ;P

brilliant work though

Pure epicness

To Everyone who watched this without the subs, watch it again with them on it adds a whole new dimension of funness!

Bobert-Rob responds:

Heh, yeah, subtitles are a new option. I was lucky I was able to actually open the working file and add those, usually I'm not able to do that. Flash likes crashing when opening my old huge animations.

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4.40 / 5.00

Jan 18, 2007
10:03 PM EST
Comedy - Original