AAHW Diss-off

Share Collapse

Hello Newgrounds! For the 25th of the anniversary of when a baseball movie I love and have seen countless times called "The Sandlot" was first released (April 1, 1993), I decided to make a tribute with more madness-like elements based on the famous insult scene between the main Sandlot kids (who I cast the 1337 agents as) and the show-off team (who the ATP agents play in this). Here is a clip of what I based it off of:


I couldn't get this done in time for its actual anniversary, but still wanted to have it out during the month of April when it was released. Its concept is pretty similar to my flash "Explaining Hank" (https://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/692718) where I rewrote and animated a scene from "Mean Girls" to focus on Hank.

All voice work done by me (my natural speaking voice is from the 1337 agent that does most of the talking, everything else is accents I came up with). This is done purely for laughs. Hope you all enjoy!

Log in / sign up to vote & review!

Newgrounds accounts are free and registered users see fewer ads!

living ledged

Crazymonkey154 responds:

Unless you meant to say "living legend", I'm not sure what "ledged" is supposed to mean here.

Think I've actually seen that movie once upon a time! :D Long ago. Really cool work bringing that concept into the Madness universe like this - and it turned out great, too. Good fun.


Crazymonkey154 responds:

Thank you! It is a fun movie and this re-imagining is definitely something I enjoyed making.

4.5 Stars

Good animation and funny but there is not fight or something else.

Crazymonkey154 responds:

Glad you find it funny :). There wasn't supposed to be a fight, though, as it was only based off the insult scene rather than the actual ball game in The Sandlot that follows. I also didn't have the time for creating a fight here anyway.

Could use a bit more than heads bouncing up and down when they talk.

Crazymonkey154 responds:

I did try to include more than head movement with some finger pointing, pulling out a gun, and showing an ammo box, but couldn't think of much else that fit when the scene is mainly focused on two characters exchanging insults. If you have anything else in mind that could've feasibly been included, then I'd be willing to hear it.