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Fireworks Night

rated 3.13 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Original

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Jun 27, 2007 | 11:17 PM EDT

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Author Comments

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!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

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


Rated 4 / 5 stars


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.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

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.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

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


Rated 3 / 5 stars

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.