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Law & Order SVU

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Jan 10, 2008 | 6:18 PM EST

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I have some problems with how our courts are being handled. Mainly the fact that if you obtain evidence, no matter how important, it can totally be thrown out if you got it without adhering to the courts impossibly arbitrary set of rules and then the jury has to PRETEND to have not even heard it. WTF.

Don't focus so much on their mouths...just...just enjoy the ridiculousness.

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bigjon7188bigjon7188

Rated 3 / 5 stars

stupid and funny

that was the stupidest court case i ever witnessed
say please come on that completely throws out all of the bending of constitutional rights and that is what makes SVU so dawn cool



TokarevTokarev

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I liked it :o

I like it just because the system really is 'retarded' and this flash shows kind of how it is xP
Oh my GOD, they didn't say please ;_;



SkelekoopaSkelekoopa

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

My ears are bleeding...

I had my speakers up a tad high while listening to this and I would requst in the future that you don't talk so loudly. Distortion hurts my ears. Owie.

Anyways, loved the story. Animation was substandard but it's not like that really mattered when Chester the Molester is concerned. He was nicely drawn by the way. Love the lollipop lure.

Their mouth movements make no sense.



Maikeru-GoMaikeru-Go

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Hmmm...

I'm not going to criticize drawings or humor right now since I think that enough people have written about those. So I'm going to focus on a small, technical detail that will make your future work better. Your sound levels are peaking and it's causing some minor distortion during the louder sections. I think what's causing this may be on the recording end.The solution is probably just setting your microphone input levels on your recording equipment a bit lower so that the sound gauge doesn't quite light up all the way (you can go really close to that point, but just make sure the gauge doesn't hit the end at any point) when the voice actor is yelling.

I suppose this is less of a review and more of a minor technical matter. Though I think it will benefit the quality of your future work. The biggest problem that a lot of content creators face are mainly technical. If it feels pro (doesn't have to be pro, just emulate it), then a lot of people will watch it for just that much longer. I mean name anything that's terrible, music or movie wise, that a lot of people watch for longer than 30 minutes just because it has professional production and nice effects-it's just that powerful. In short, work out the technical matters with your audio first and work to improve other technical aspects first, before posting since a lot of people will vote poorly just because of them before even judging if the piece is any good otherwise.



Slayer3751Slayer3751

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

quality

well... not really. the graphics weren't the best and the lip sync just SUCKED. but it was HELLA funny. good job.