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Welcome to Apocalyptia!

Follow Mutt, a sleazy schemer, and Chopps, his loyal servant, as they venture through this perilous post apocalyptic planet in search for glorious riches! ... Namely: food, shelter, and above all, water.

This video is the version we premiered in Burbank at the Colony Theater in front of a 200 person audience! It combines the 'Overture" the Shorts and finally, the fifteen minute "Land of Water" movie.

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Absolutely stunning. Everything about it is incredible. The only thing I grudge against this with is the unsatifying ending.

This was just awesome, we need a sequel! The characters, direction, humor, everything was just HNNNNNNG!

A surprise to see live action on newgrounds, but a welcome one.

why do i cry everytime when a movie ends but amazing work

This was just meh to me. The humor seemed a stale and didn't seem genuine to me. I mean, it was executed well. I feel like Mutt's actor was fine but him as a character just bores me. He just seems like a dumb asshole that has bad stuff happen to him, which seems worn out at this point. I think it'd be better for him to have a trait or something to keep Chopps loyal but the dynamic of "lackey likes his asshole boss for no reason" seems thoughtless. I also just don't like Chopps. He could've been a bit goofier and he was overbearingly naive. The music in the intro (which was actually pretty consistently great throughout) and the overall cinematic nature of it made me look forward to, but the shorts are just bland. The movie itself was alright. It was extremely predictable like I even expected the traveler to die. The shots looking to the sky was questionable. It made sense as a transition but it was just boring and a bit too close of a shot. I can tell a lot of effort and thought was put into this but it just wasn't my cup of tea.

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4.37 / 5.00

Jul 4, 2018
10:05 PM EDT
Comedy - Original
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