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Overall: 5
Story: 6
Animation: 6
Cinematography: 4
Effects: 3
Sound: 5
Music: 6

Christmas Special: Robbery

Directed By: Enrique Fuster

Genre: Action, Comedy
Length: 02:30
Released: December 24th, 2010

Content Advisory:  moderate violence.

Director's Comments

Merry Christmas! This year I have not had enough time to make a quality Christmas Special. But here's what I have done. This year the story takes place in a mall where thieves try to steal money ...
Enjoy it!

Staff Review

Lewis Chen:
A Christmas Robbery...en Español.  The music used in the beginning helped to set up the mood of a typical mall during the holidays and it seemed decently paced.  Another highlight would be the sets.  The robbery part was on a whole different level, one floor down, next to the Old Navy shop, to be exact.  It's as if the animator let the slow pace of the opening spill into the action sequence and the pacing never picked up.  Voice acting and quality could be better, but then again, it's in Spanish, so I could be wrong. 

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