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Donkey Kong Parodies 1

rated 3.46 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Parody

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Jan 5, 2013 | 6:23 PM EST

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After a couple months production, Finally here is DKC parodies episode one! A big thanks to Marc, a very talented composer I was able to find to compose the music, Yoshi 1up who supplied the voices, and Lavalle Lee for producing.

I hope you guys like where I'm going with this, because I have plans for more DK parodies soon! You can get a glipse of the next episode if you watch all the way through the-end credits.
For those with slower computers it's a big file so please be patient. here's the youtube version that might run smoother, without reducing the quality:




Rated 2 / 5 stars

puns where lame

animation needs work

not one god damn poo fling joke ...... what the hell?


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Gonna be honest, this whole piece is lacking a lot of ways.

Visually it's alright, you've got decent spritework, and the animation is fine stylistically, though the way it's integrated into the piece as a whole is awkward and jarring.

The humor is bland to put it nicely. There just isn't any punch to the jokes, the delivery is awful, and the pacing is rushed to the point where the entire routine seems all punchline and no buildup. Not to mention just about every single one of those punch-lines was dreadfully predictable thanks both to the give-away segment titles, and several tired set-ups and scenarios.

The spoken dialogue of the characters was absolutely unnecessary and served only to detract from the piece rather than enhance it in any real way. It felt tacked-on, half-hearted, and it did the worst thing possible anybody can do to even the best jokes, it EXPLAINED them. "Oh No, I'm not followin' you this time" "You got OWNED" "You know we're related right?" Each and every one of these lines made me groan from how PAINFULLY unnecessary they were. When it comes to comedy of this nature, less is certainly more in terms of dialogue. You have to let the action and the slapstick speak for itself, and if it can't, consider reworking the jokes.

Once again, the animation and the spritework shows promise, but you've really got to study up on comedic timing, delivery, and communication. Find the things that make you and others laugh and study them, find what makes them funny and try to implement it in your own work. As it stands, what you've got is a boring, sluggish mess of tired material with Donkey Kong slapped on in only the most superficial of ways.

DEFINITELY needs improvement.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Well, the jokes barely made me chuckle, the drawn bits weren't very good and Candy Kong is NOT related to Donkey Kong she's his girlfriend although in the Super Smash Bros Brawl trophy of Candy Kong it says that no one really knows if they are actually dating (I didn't lower your score for this but I feel like I must say it.)

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The parodies were a little crap. The only semi funny thing was ironically the guy at the end saying "it's not funny". Read a book on humor. And I don't mean that negatively. It will help with your jokes.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

it was a great animation and very well done but im only voting it down because of how short it is