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This project was done for my final University assignment and I had heaps of fun making it. Although I did finish it last year in november I am finally submitting it here to Newgrounds. All the music is original and was composed by Matthew Harvey.
I hope you enjoy it.
*update*
Thank you EVERYONE who voted(good and bad), reviewed and watched. I really did not think it would make it this far. I will get around to replying to as many reviews as I can. AJB

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THE EATING CHAIRS FROM OUTSPACE!

Or something like thata hehe, it was just so funny, good details, good expresion, good music, well, what more can I say, it is original from all angles, big future in animation if you keep these style and creativity, just have claener draws...

Thank you for the movie!..



Relevent

I think just about every Newgrounds user can relate to this flash in some way.



Familiar feeling

I'm studying biomedical science and I am 3 hours away from doing the last of a very long and excruciating month of exams and this animation depicts perfectly why I failed almost all of them :-) Boy do I know how to relate. I think in a way a lot of early students await that 'click' where you pick up your books and start studying. The animation manages to capture the mood near perfectly. I like how it is dry and down to Earth without being dull. The few, subtle sound effects really helped to make it more real. All in all, great movie, hopefully that's me in the end.



Great Quality

Great music, sounds, animation, storyline, synchronization and general illustration.



Good animation

This was done very well. Excellent job. The only problem is that you misspelled Stephen Hawking. You had him as Steven. No worries though.


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Views
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Votes
5,535
Score
4.23 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 24, 2008
4:24 AM EST
Genre
Drama
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  • Frontpaged January 28, 2008
  • Weekly Users' Choice January 30, 2008
  • Daily Feature January 25, 2008