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Reviews for "The Post-it Knight"

Zelda music wtf...

I watched it 10 times, just to make sure what I have heard...
It is the Zelda (OOT) kokiri music...

nice movie :D

NICE

ah, finally something good to do in a classroom xD!

Secondary audio track?

The second time I played it I got an audio track where the king said something about him getting news about contaminoids invading this sector... Lol not a damn clue what the hell that's from but I'm frantically trying to hear it again because I accidentally refreshed when I heard that.

MittT responds:

lol, thats actually a glitch that has to do with the newgrounds ad api, it's happened to me, too

Awesome, except...

I really think that the sound effects could use a little work.
Except for Zelda. That was awesome.

To the guy below me:

First of all, stop saying stop and go; it's called stop-motion. It's even on the loading screen.
Second of all, all animation requires skill, and is extremely tedious. You realize that cartoons take huge production teams 9 months to make a 30 minute cartoon, and that the first animated films were stop-motion (Snow White etc.) Also, some of the best recent animated films are stop-motion (Tim Burton's films (if you're into that), Wallace and Gromit, Fantastic Mr. Fox, few others).
As for the storyline. It's an extremely short film, and for case and purpose, it sufficed. He really couldn't introduce dialogue, because of a) the restrictions, and b) stylistic qualities, something you clearly do not understand. Also, parody/satire doesn't justify bad storylines. Tell me "dance flick" was a good movie with a straight face.

It's not that you don't appreciate stop-motion, it's that you don't appreciate/understand animation in general.

I really liked the style/theme (The waterfall, and the chalkboard "cave" were nice touches, but some things were a bit careless [erasing of lines, post-its were put on awkwardly for some reason]) for the record, I would still give this a 10. (Some people on NG expect some Chuck Jones-quality shit, damn).