Wicked style, with a touch of pure insanity!
Wicked. It was quite well-animated, and the style of the movement, despite the somewhat cartoonishness of the characters and settings, rather reminded me of the animated sequence in Kill Bill. The over-the-top violence and randomness really pushed it off the edge, and the fluidity of it all made it something awesome to watch with a good few laughs at the strange occurrences. Top-drawer, I say!
More awesomer, indeed!
Yeah, that was fun. Action enough to keep an ADD lad's eyes and concentration (mine, for instance) QUITE busy! I loved the music, the animation was fluid as all hell. As far as all that goes, the only complaint that I have is that the blood was a bright red colour and not shaded. I'm so picky... And it's really no complaint at all; the splattering was detailed, and it looked great. Perhaps that's the colour of stick people blood... The only REAL complaint that I have is that there were no sound effects. I suppose that there would've been a helluva a lot of noise in there with the FX, so once again: cake without icing is MIGHTY fine by me! Ahh, that was fun to watch...
Yes, wicked! That's mad skills for you all, mark my words. Excellent animation, very well-done. Clearly a lot of time and effort was put into this. Very creative, the sound quality was to my liking... Good work! I pull the Pants of Thunder down ten times for this one!
Nothing says, "I love you," like good old-fashioned cannibalism, does it? Splendidly done.
The voice acting was superb, I got a good laugh out of it (yeah, so I'm kinda sick. It's not like I'd actually DO anything like that...), the animation was great. Something about the style of everything that bugged me slightly, but it was intentional on the author's part, so it's more a matter of my personal taste. I'll give this one a nine and a "Deliciously wicked." Cheers!
A Tragic Tale of a Squirrel and a Cellphone
What an intriguing story, a tragic romance. I cried. Goodness, I cried. But I cheered in the end when the bitch hung herself. Gahh... not getting that squirrel beer... Who does she think she is? Another squirrel?
Actually, I thought that was really funny. Don't ask me why, but I pretty much was cracking up the whole way through. It was wierd as hell, but I loved it.
Ist gut gut!
Why do we have to make videos that are so bloody violent? We have children watching, think about the children! In fact, I was utterly disgusted with this, come to think of it. And with their gang clothes, those kids sent a very rebel-rousing message: you can break your mother's back by stepping on the crack. For shame. For shame, indeed.
Okay, if you can understand German or have a brain at all, for that matter, you'll see the title contradicts this last paragraph and calls it BS. I thought this was awesome for a first flash. I can tell ya right now that my first flash isn't turning out half this good. Keep 'em coming, Mr. Fuzz!
Kerry's stupid, but really...
Well, I agree that John Kerry more than likely did no good in Vietnam and that the wounds he suffered to get the three Purple Hearts were self-inflicted, but this isn't really that funny. Looks like you've got some skill with Flash (much more than I do, I can tell you that much) and the sound in this was impeccable (great soundtrack!), but the jokes are nothing I've not seen before. I did like the part where he said, "It's not like I'm running for office or anything," though. Yes, I think Kerry is full of crap, but I think you could've done much better in showing it. Six outta' ten.
Well, after watching this flash, all I can say is "Wow." That was simply amazing. It was beautiful. The animation was impeccable and I can only imagine how much time it took. It felt a little bit like an anime at times, but that's okay. It still was very creative and enjoyable. The sound quality was fantastic and it was a nice little bit of music in there. Not that funny, but it was clever enough. Simply put, I loved it. Ten out of ten!
True? Perhaps. Interesting? No.
Well, as a Bush supporter and a Michael Moore hater, I can see where you're coming from. But if there's one thing I can partially agree with him on is that MANY (not ALL) Americans are incredibly stupid (watch America's Funniest Home Videos; a testament to that). But he's one of them. He's no more than a conspiracy theorist and a liberal hippy. But enough rambling about why I hate Michael Moore.
This movie was long and boring. Some of this stuff was new to me, but none of it was surprising. The animation was actually pretty good, though. I did notice that at a point the purple guy's lipsync was off, but that's a minor detail. The sound was ok, but I think the voice actor could've enunciated more. Style? Not at all. Humour? Not much at all. But I can't fault the Walrus for exercising his right to free speech (and some free speech that I more or less agree with, to boot!). Political views aside, I give it a 4.
Well, I've got almost nothing but good to say about this one! I love the whole stick man in a Windows environment idea, very creative. The sound quality was excellent. No cheap, 100 bit Mp3s here! I think the punches could've sounded better, but to find perfect sound effects is indeed a feat, and it doesn't bug me one bit. I think that further on, the stick man should run into troubles with Windows doing all the dumb things it does (untimely error messages, unresponsive programs, etc.), that would be quite funny! Overall, I give this an eight. Good work, my friend, this is shaping up to be an awesome flash!
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