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Tales for the L33T 2.

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The reason I say that is because the last time I began to submit stuff from my website (No Effort Online Movies), it got blammed, claiming I was stealing it from other people.

Anyways, with that said, this is the second installment of the Tales for the L33T series. What it is is basically a famous play, film, event or what you have translated for the L33T generation to understand. It is my aim to present the movie in the way a L33T D00D would, hence the sloppy animation and even worse spelling. This one rides on the heels of the hit Tales for the L33T: Romeo and Juliet which was first released in August of 2001.

This film is not for everyone. A lot of jokes will go right over your head if you do not know the play which is presented. My only suggestion would be to watch this, read the play, then watch this again. :P

Enjoy the film! Leave lots of juicy reviews. For more movies and soundtracks, head over to No Effort Online [http://no-effort.50megs.com].

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i am usually pretty generous in my reviews and such but... i seriously didnt follow that at all... consider taking a bit longer and maybe trying some tutorials, that wasnt.... good...

needs work

I don't really know what to say, i don't wanna say anything rude. Um, there just really isn't very much movement, maybe use some gradients, to give it some depth. maybe some blinking eyes, things like that. I'm just starting out, but those are some of the things i see, hope this helps.

Not very good

50RR9 D00D But your 1377 t4l35 4r3 n0t v3r9 funny

Absolutely hilarious

I love this film! Sure, there's no sound and it's done with stick figures, but it's hilarious! If you've ever read Hamlet, you'll love this flick. The idea of Hamlet done in L33T speak is funny enough, but I love how the author paraphrased different pieces of dialogue and scenes. Well done, and I can't wait to see what else this author has done.


Wow that was funny. Geez this guy below me actually wrote that stuff just to show off how good he is at writing in L33T?

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3.22 / 5.00

Jan 15, 2003
1:18 AM EST