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If Dogs Could Talk

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Guy gets scared when a dog talks to him. not much else to say really...
For better quality please watch it on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=isAwulX6nNY&feature =plcp&context=C48c1ed6VDv jVQa1PpcFOlweB-LbtHjhGpPz uFa2LpP-Ak9GhcqnA=

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In the animation category, this was simplistic. Not a complaint, since I really don't see the point or value of making extremely beautiful detailed animation for something of this esque.

I'd have to disagree with TCKnight about the length, since I believe there is a different reason this didn't establish the joke very well. The title is an intriguing one, and while there are many other movies centered around the concept of dogs talking, each one of them has their own individual take.

In fact, that concept alone has endless possibilities to be explored. It could mean something big and innovative. It could also be comedically disappointing since all they'd say would be "Feed me." though this wasn't executed well. I can barely understand what he said and I went to the YouTube link for higher quality as you suggested

at the end with the guy's "scared" face, jokes like that are overdone, especially when he looks right at the camera when he does that. "WUT?" slapped onto the screen doesn't really help that much either.

a subtle portrayal probably would've suited this best.

not leaving this review to be mean, but only to help, and 3/5 for potential.


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It's ok. Too short to really establish the joke and make it hit home. But the sound effects were pretty well time and selected.


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you cant even tell what the dogs saying and whats the point of this its not even funny


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DoodiemMedia responds:

look at it on youtube its much better quality, link is in desc. :-)

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Mar 12, 2012
4:26 PM EDT
Genre
Comedy - Original
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