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This was one of my favorite entries. I really liked how realistic his dream situation was. Great job!
I love Cast Away, and I liked the many references to that film. At first, I thought the clean-shaven dude was going to turn out to be the tear-open-his-shirt-guy in your other films; probably because of the facial hair.
But, didn't you say in the chatroom that this would be a musical? Whatever happened to that? Too much work, methinks?
Last edited by Mickey (December 29, 2013 (08:56pm))
Nah, I was joking because I thought it could never be done! Sean Warton proved me sooo wrong, lol.
Glad you liked it! And yes, I definitely should have had him rip his shirt.
I definitely should have had him rip his shirt.
Actually, that probably might have killed it. I'm actually glad you didn't; I was just pointing out the resemblance between Survivor Guy and Tear-Shirt Guy.
Yeah, maybe, I might have been able to slip it in there without being too silly. I like to veer off of references old jokes though, so I'm glad I didn't do it too.
love this one!! everything was really well done, really impressive for short period of time.
I think this is likely my favourite entry. The animation, cinematography and plot (especially the twist) were all executed to an incredible standard; a feat that is even more impressive so due to the amount of time you had on your hands.
Ps wilson was mi favourite character in castaway and i have a deep emotional connection with him
This was really great, well done!
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