Fireworks Night

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Well, noting that tonight was a particularly major fireworks show in my area (that I got to see "in person"), I decided to make a little short about Fireworks...but be forewarned - it may not be as it seems! Expect Doom Music, obscure references to Verizon ads, and Furry jokes.

Also, it's a Clock movie. If you don't like Clocks, just leave, si'vous plait.

Well, enjoy!


it was good

i like the graphics myself, and no one better blam me for saying this, but i think you did a great job on it!

KKyuubi responds:

1. You can't blam reviews.

2. You can't blam stuff that's not under jusgement anymore


Personally, I never really jumped on the whole "Clocks" bandwagon. I've seen a few of the older Clocks movies, and I hated them all. The idea today, to me, seems really REALLY overused and lame.

This movie... is making me want to rethink that =]

Very enjoyable and funny. Smooth animation and a quick-witted storyline made it so. Great job! =D

KKyuubi responds:

Those Verizon ads provide good inspiration.

no more clock stuff

dude good animation, good sound, bad idea. clocks are an over used idea and they have been around for too long, and must DIE!!! =( do other stuf and i vote better.

KKyuubi responds:

Clocks are never overused - but everyone's a critic nowadays. There are people who love them, and people who hate them. But what I can't put my finger on: why you actually watched it when I said specifically that you shouldn't if you don't like Clock movies.

I liked it.

I am not much of a clock guy, infact, I generally dislike clocks, but I really enjoyed this. Bravo.

By the way, may I ask, what is the name of the song you used in the credits? I quite liked it.

KKyuubi responds:

It's in the NG Audio Portal, click on Danman87

Heh... small increments.

Being a clock, it is only natural for him (it?) to move in small increments! heh... get it? Clock? Hands... small movements... telling time?

Aw, I'll leave the jokes to you. Well done.

KKyuubi responds:

Actually the small increments joke was actually an obscure reference to those Verizon "Can you hear me now?" ads.

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Credits & Info

3.13 / 5.00

Jun 27, 2007
11:17 PM EDT
Comedy - Original