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This movie took 7 months 3 days, so please watch it before you vote or review.

Total Running time: 7 mins 39 secs.

This isn't your typical stick figure movie, so dont take out your hatred of crappily drawn, crappily animated garbage (like most stick movies are) out on me.

Please Review. If you didn't get the ending, perhaps some kind reviwer did. Feedback Please!!!

--8/4/02 Cool! Daily feature! All that work paid off.

I have no plans for a sequel or any other movie of this magnitude. Long animations are taxing; I don't want to burn out as an animator.

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One of the best online animations ever made.


good animation, good twist, so 9/10 EZ

f****ing awsome

Man Is there going to be a 2nd one cause it sure does look like.Man that was f***ing awesome.Keep up the awesome work dude.

I want to say it's cool...

But the ending sucked. That was the only thing wrong! It's the big dramatic death scene, and then you ruin it and ever so blandly remind us that it's just a movie. I mean, I knew it was A movie, But the ending just made it dumb. Everything else rocked. It has all the makes for a really cool flash, maybe one of the best. Until the end, it had a lot of meaning, a lot of purpose, and over all great animation. Sound was cool, the background droning kind of noise added a lot of suspense, it was pretty good. You are a master of effects, though. You tend to blur out, or do the matrix spin thing, all of that was the cool, key feature of awesomeness in the whole thing.
The only thing I found wrong with the animation was their backs are always too straight. They always seem to main one shape. Standing up. If you ever are going to do another stick person movie, make their backs a curve instead of a line.

overall, It was cool though.

Nice one

My favorite stick man movie

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4.41 / 5.00

Aug 4, 2002
6:52 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature August 4, 2002