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Reviews for "Programmed to Love"


Not bad. The story could have been expanded apon by adding a bit more length. the animations had a very flat feel to them.

samsonloftin responds:

Agree, I realized a lot of the story's problems to late in the animation cycle to actually add any meat to the story. Reading other reviews, I'm seeing what you mean by the animations. They were animated, but not to how a character feels.

a nice twist

the story is pretty original, touching and sad,
but the animations weren't fantastic, they were good enough to set the tone of the story, but not enough for a 10, sorry

samsonloftin responds:

I see what you mean about the animations, they weren't animated to the way the character feels. They were just animated.


How sad... But a very good idea nevertheless!

samsonloftin responds:

Much thanks :D


the story made no sense

samsonloftin responds:

You got me there.


That was pretty boring and very unoriginal I think this plot has been done millions of times. But I guess you did it well.

Liked: The robot sounded empty which added to the sadness of the whole story. Good lip syncing.
Disliked: The characters were pretty lazily designed. The animation made the characters seem lifeless and weakened the depth of the whole animation. Dr. Tao, I think his name was, had pretty weak voice-acting, like not enough emotion.

To Improve: Try and act when recording voices, it won't be seen, but it will help you inject feeling into characters.

samsonloftin responds:

Originally, this was written as a comedy, but several factors such as voice-acting and timely turned it into more of a drama. I knew a serious role would be difficult to voice, but it's best to keep practicing. So I appreciate the advice.

As for the animations, I purposeful made the robot animations nonexistent because I wanted her to continuously focus onto the TV and not respond to Andrick. For Dr. Andrick, I understand what you are saying about the animations. He wasn't animated to his emotions. When he was made, he didn't animate like he was mad. Also Dr. Tao is just a scientist was recieved the emails. Dr. Andrick is the actual main character.

I appreciate your review. Thanks. :D