O_O;! You gots my 10!!
Huzzah for you, my good man. You have obtained my 10 for the day! But seriously, you have done a marvelous job on this movie. I had my doubts at first, but I have to say that you more than proved yourself capable of delivering great humor with deep political undertones. Not many people (especially using Flash as their media) are able to do this. I say 'bravo' to you and your Flash, my good man.
I loved your take on the FCAT and how evil it is. I used to live in Florida and can tell you that I really hated the whole idea of it. Then I moved to Indiana and found that they have an equally ridiculous test called the ISTP (or something like that...). Eventually I just dropped out and got a GED. It was my way of flipping them the bird, y'know?
Anyway, great animation. Coulda been better, but I won't hold it against you. Practice, practice, practice. And please work on the sound. It wasn't intolerable, but it could use just a bit of tweaking.
The ending, I must say, gave me quite the laugh. Kudos. Amazing. Keep up the good work.
The more I watch you...
The more I watch your movies, the more I start to appreciate them. That was really good, although it took me more than one watch to see that. Keep up the good work, and don't lose that style.
I laughed with face.
Alright, I know that I already went and reviewed one of these movies, but I think I should tell you that this one wasthe best. I don't know why, but it cracked me up. This movie really gives me a bit of confidence that you'll do well with this series if you can make them all as funny and stylish as this one. Good job.
Hit or miss...?
It really isn't a 'hit or miss' thing for me, but I can see how people will tend to go either way. I'm personally in the middle, if there is one. I like your style, but it's too short for me to actually find a good deal of humour in it. I'm hoping your next project'll be a bit longer. Then maybe I'll have myself a big laugh. Btw, are you a fan of Home Movies? lol, You've probably answered that already, but, heh, you remind me a lot of Brendon Small.
It wasn't bad.
But, then again, it wasn't as good as the earlier ones. I like the fact that you are able to crank these out so quickly, but I'd rather see you doing some well-thought out movies rather than rambled ones. I'm not sure if you meant it to be like that, but it sounded to me like it was all just spur-of-the-moment, random dialogue. I do hope you keep making these, and I hope you can figure out how to make them live up to their potential. Good luck, man.
I don't know. The first episode was exactly that; spur-of-the-moment random dialogue that I cranked out really fast. And I'm actually spending more time on these. But I'll try to make them a lot better too.
Dear me, absolute brilliance.
I do believe that you have created a masterpiece with this brilliant little flash. Such a grand story, thrown together with amazing voice acting and sound, dazzling animation... What else is there to say, but, "Bravo!" The story is done in such a way that it sent goosebumps up and down my arms, and chills up my spine. Amazingly done.
Oh, my, David Firth.
How shall I begin to review David Firth; the man, the legend. I must say that I am utterly amazed at your overall style. Most people could not have even dreamed of pulling off such an animation, but you managed to create an amazing masterpiece. As I am writing this, I am watching the third episode and I can honestly say that you are brilliant, simply brilliant. These films are absolutely sublime in every way. There have only been a few people to ever buy property in my mind, such as Tim Burton and Johnny Depp for their amazing talents and creativity. You, my friend, can feel free to buy as much property as you feel neccessary. In short: You are amazing, keep cranking out the genius.
An amazing failure...
But, of course, I say this with love. You see, as most animators and writers know that randomness is a hit at Newgrounds. This fact has been played out many a time, and has many times worked out. This, unfortunately, was not one of those times. Now don't get mad and write my name on that 'list' just yet, 'cause I'm not trying to be mean. Sure, I could come on here and say, "Yeah, this was teh crapiets muvie eva!!!@14@#!31! Die!" What does that do for you? Nothing. So, instead, I just wanna tell you what I think you should work on:
Randomness is good, but too much of a good thing is bad. In the case of Guess "What? Teapot" you overdid it. If you were to just cut back a bit and give a little more thought to your jokes, then I'm sure you'd do a lot better. I did have a bit of a laugh at the "Captain Crunch!" bit, but most of it just confused me to no end.
Also, work on the voice acting. The voice actors should give all they have to make it sound right, even if it is comedy. And the graphics weren't too terribly bad, but they could have been better. You may want to do a bit more in terms of backgrounds and avoid random squiggly lines. Better luck on your next project. ^_^
This is, if you can believe it - an actual story crossed with a music video.
Those 'random squiggly lines' are actually drawings, in most cases. Or a waterfall.
(During the music)
The sequel will be much better, depending how this does. Good, it means it'll never be released. Bad, means it will.
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