The system works!
This sounds so familiar...
Sounds just like my parents. Your animations are quality. Good Job!
Oh muddy puddles
You've done it again Boogley. My head is in a spin.
I like all those strange characters but the owl was my favourite. Hoot hoot.
I'm glad you like the owl, I wasn't so sure about it myself.
That makes me feel better about him, thanks mate :D
The art is great. Something that I've wanted to see in a movie for a while. 9.9 MB haha!
Karaoke, also something I wish there was more of... but organ karaoke? I would love to hear anyone who can actually do that.
Reminded me of that american show, "Home Movies". I loved the style in both the animation and the voice acting. I hope to see more like this. :)
Oh I love Home Movies! That's like the best compliment ever :D
Double colored vision WoowoowwoWoowoooo
It would be really cool if we got free 3-D glasses when watching animations like these. I like where your going on this. Keep it up man.
just poke yourself in the eye a few times, that should do it. :3
Alright! That was fun.
Too much fun for my liking. My face hurts.
It would be really cool to see your journals.
Keep it up.
Ring ring. Hello?
Charlie the Unicorn 3!!?
Things I liked.
* The humor is obviously very good.
* Special effects have improved greatly since the first episode.
* New characters are awesome.
* The music scene was hilarious.
* Just one small thing. When Charlie says "what does this have to do with snowmen?". The other two unicorns didn't mention anything about snowmen being apart of their adventure.
I'm really pleased to see another great new episode.
I used to watch the first Charlie the Unicorn episode countless times and I'm pleased to see that the new episodes haven't lost their charm.
Brilliantly entertaining episode. 10/10.
Those cartoon unicorns make me so happy.
Hey there! Thanks for the review. They actually do mention the snowman early in the cartoon, right after the "That was the scariest thing I've ever seen" line. "Come with us to the future, we need your help to finish our snowman!"
I'm hungry too George, I'm hungry too.
The things I liked.
* Pop Art style reminded me of Andy Warhol or Julian Opie's work.
* Relationship between George and the women.
* The repetiveness of words and actions, such as when the woman shouts "nothing!".
* Dialog was very simple yet powerful.
* The movements of characters looked realistically human.
* Bold sound effects, such as the hooves clumping on the floor.
* The woman making a huge scene over food.
* The story's humor and darkness.
* No music.
* The ending.
* Thought provoking
Although it's never shown in the story, the characters show obvious signs of a broken relationship.
It's humorous that the woman becomes so mad over the food when it's obvious that it's not the food she's mad at. These sort of attitudes remind me so much of real life arguments.
The mystery with in the story is that we know nothing about the devil or why the woman is so upset. I like this because it keeps the viewer guessing and also creates a scenario in the viewer's mind of different beginnings and explanations to how the story ends up the way it does.
What gives this movie it's interesting vibe is the devil.
In the movie, we don't see him do anything terribly wrong, apart from eat food. This makes me think, he must have done something pretty terrible to make the woman so emotional and violent.
On the other side of the spectrum, the movie might be fooling the viewer into thinking that the devil is bad when in fact it is the woman who is the bad one.
It's a great movie. 10/10. Nothing more to say.
The days are cold and lonely.
Don't read until you've watched the movie.
Things that I liked.
* The use of different Art materials, such as water color. This gave the movie it's unique style.
* The sickness of the character.
* Sounds and music worked well. The lack of sound was also just as good.
* The joltyness of the animation reminds me of David Firth's movies.
* The little, sometimes unnoticeable, crudeness of lines. Such as, the circled left boob of the girl or the rectangle around lonely. All things that seem unimportant but are actually little clues towards the words/images that have great meaning in the story.
* The relationship between the coldness outside and the sick minded man.
* Great use of brightness.
* The ugliness of the girl when the text on screen reads "She's kind of pretty".
* The text with in the movie.
* Other special effects, such as the photographs of the corridor popping up on the screen like a polaroid picture. As if looking back on his memories.
* It was also nice that the sick man's name was never mentioned, as if to say... he could be anyone.
* I wanted to know more about the girl.
* This might sound quite odd but I wanted to actually see the rape. Give me a chance to explain myself! I liked it when the girl realized what happened to her while she was asleep/knocked out but I think some flash backs to what he did to her would have made the scene more disturbing then it already is.
* The movie needed a little more of what made it really good. The sickness. The story. The everything.
I really like how you use more then the tools in Flash as your canvas. Mimicking water color on a computer is completely different then actually doing it for yourself. Using some techniques with Flash, for example the outlines of the characters, with more traditional Art creates a nice mix of the two mediums. For me, it insinuates the mix between fantasy and reality within the sick man's head.
All in all. The movie does give out a strong impression that loneliness can drive people to the craziest of crazy. Also, the style that you chose for your movie is a class of animation that is one of my favorites. On that note, although nothing is perfect, I give this movie a perfect score 10/10.
I would just like to add that it's a shame that you don't go on this site anymore because in that case you won't read this review. None the less, I enjoyed watching your movie and I hope you continue with your Art.
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