If only you could translate that incredible action and motion to something other than stick figures, you'd have yourself one helluva movie.
Not bad. But not that good either.
I'm not quite sure if this is blam-worthy, because for a plotless sprite movie, it's fairly well done. But I wasn't in the slightest entertained or amused.
My incredible distaste for Comic Sans and the prevalent abuse of the word "owned" keeps me from voting any higher than a 5/10. Sorry dude.
That struck me as something my grandfather would forward everyone on his address list with something like FW:FW:FW:FW:JUST ANOTHER DAY ON THE GREEN as the subject line. Then I'd probably block him.
Aside from that, it was cute but kind of slow. Thankfully, it was short.
lol slow and short? how do you get that to work lol
This is one of the few flash movies I've ever seen that really captivate and hold my attention. It was a beautiful little story and the art, narration and music in particular only served to make it that much more special. I almost felt like a child again reading a macabre storybook, fascinated but almost scared to turn the next page.
Man, did I need a laugh!
Next time I don't know how I'll end my next dime-a-dozen legal/military/spy suspense thriller, I'll grab me a bag of Wingman Down flavored Research Chipsâ„¢!
Oh, holy crap! I cried with laughter when the editor did the Wilhelm scream. Cute idea, brilliant execution.
So that's how Batman meets his end?
A bit anti-climatic to kill off Batman with a mere gunshot to the face, but I guess it gets the job done. The graphics were nothing to shout about, but you've got a good eye for cinematography. But it really did feel like the movie was just an excuse to play a Hoobastank song.
No, this has history. Look at my other animations, it continues in Robins Revenge. Different song and story there.
I got a kick out of that, for no other reason than how the two songs meshed together. Had to watch it twice.
Sup Yakety Sax chase scene using buddy! I laughed hard when Reagan ran past the Eiffel Tower, and "What would the Colonel do?"
Only really had a few issues with it. The "naked" guy got pretty old, fast, but I suppose that was his intention. And the voices... some were perfectly clear, while others were impossible to hear. Thank God for the subtitles, or we'd all be lost.
No sir, I don't like it.
The music, the look, the cheesy 3d... it all reminded me those spots on late night TV that they use to fill in space when they run out of commercials. Its usually either cheesy 3d with outdated music or continuous loops of mountain streams and wildlife.
at leaste it looks good enough to be on late night TV, yay!
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