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One could be a little more helpful...
The animation was not too bad, but the wasn't much of a story. What did the old man say at the end?
A video highlighting the oldest (and unfunniest) joke in the book. Basically
a guy with a weird hairdo and a strange accent walks up to an old dude, standing in front of a lazily-arranged set that comes in a box (sort of like how thefourmonkeys do) and asks him to pull his finger, which the old man does, and then watching the guy walk off-screen, unexcitingly.
I, personally, did not find this funny. In fact, I found it boring. I must agree with GHB's unnecessarily large amount of emoticons. At first, I thought this film would have an interesting punch line, as well as a decent plot, but no. Just a 24-second-film that requires a very small amount of effort.
Thanks for the feedback
I'm still trying to make better plots and work on my animation quality.:)
Such an amazing concept and a perfect execution. I give it 5 's
Thanks for all the feedback!:)
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