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well, this was an awesome blast from the past!
this might be an oldie, but its a goodie!

in fact, the animation is swift, with a good pace and with some very good FBF progression in the whole movie, everything moves flawlessly, the characters have nice face/eye/clock expressions, and when they smile/talk, they also have nice lip-syncing and good motion in that as well, and its a hard thing to achieve properly...

apart from that, all the characters are nicely drawn, with good linework, nice details, and with excellent colouring...
also the shading+lighting effects are nice too, and i love how nicely drawn was both the villain of the film, (the huge dark dude that was chasing them), and the heroes as well (SBC, pop-tart, satellite and raspberry)...

as for the story itself, it might seem confusing to a person who is not initiated/introduced to the clockcrew's lore, but you've actually presented your piece so well, that it doesnt really need an explanation, and if it would be completed (one day?), it could get easily shaped into a more complete and coherent story by you, which wouldnt be a very hard task...

all in all, this was a beautiful piece of professional animation, and im always happy to see quality work from the artists of the clockcrew!

keep making cool art, toppy!
you're good!

FoXcatO responds:

Heeyy! bb10!! I'm glad you're still around! How are things in the old Clock Crew? I would pop in on the forum but unfortunately, I forgot my password. So...

Anyway, thanks a bunch for writing such a wonderful review! It was a joy to read. As for completing the movie? I suppose I never gave that a thought. It's worth considering though. That's for sure!

a very interesting duel between the evil kanamomashouse and the glorious ''fat black man'' of the north memelands...
it was interesting to see that, as the fight waged on, more and more people fell under the wrath of the kanamomashouse, and that more and more buildings were getting destroyed as the war continued...

the effects were good, the character's movements were good, it also had its funny moments, its dark moments, and the final confrontation, which is crucial for any good ''battle''/war movie.

all in all, good work, and i would like to see more movies like this.
pretty cool!

kanamomashouse responds:

Damn thanks man I'm glad you enjoyed it!! I appreciate the review!!

I loved destroying more buildings. One of the interesting parts to me was altering/destroying the original landscape so that we could have that final view of the broken city at the end. A true show of the chaos that ensued.

I definitely tried to get some good emphasis on that final battle. Bob and G coming up to help Sumo, as well as OSHA guy and the Car driver, felt like a good "smashing" conclusion.

Once again, thank you for taking the time to view this all the way through, and thank you for the positive feedback. I'm glad you enjoyed the important aspects of this movie.

ah, once again, you've created a nicely animated and clever little movie, mr real-faction!
i liked the nicely drawn+designed main character of this new show:
he wears a nice shirt, a tie, dark pants and he sports a cool, yet broken monocle!
its a very nice and unique design, indeed!

apart from his cool appearance, he also has a nice british voice (good voice acting, sir! ;) ), and some cool punchlines to say.

the linework of the characters was good, their design was great (both mr monocle-guy, and the guy with the Z on his head), and the whole trailer preview for the main show definitely seems funny, nicely animated, clever and promising.

im interested!

furthermore, the character's face/eye expressions were great, and the animation's speed was perfect. not too fast, not too slow, with a nice pace, and a good, crystal-clear design+movement of the characters.

last but not least, mr monocle-guy's final punchline, ''good riddance, you splendid hooligans!'' was a very funny and memorable way to close every show, and im already listing it as a very positive thing for your new show.

all in all, this seems like a great+promising start for a new cool show by you, and i will definitelly support+share it!

keep up the good work!

ZolutionsTV responds:

Thank you kindly! I didn't want him to have the typical top hat and monocle stereotype, but rather a bit of a twist on it. Eventually I'm hoping to find an animator/artist to help bring it out more and to have more fluid motion. Thank you for the support!

once again, you've created a great flash movie, redbook.

this is a nice adaptation of the ''steamed hams'' meme, but re-invented as a ''steamed .fla's'' movie!
i liked all of the cool puns, the funny jokes in it, the voices+the sound effects from the original, and the clever changing of art-styles between the scenes (from the line-drawn BB10+redbook, to realistic versions of themselves, to more ''spammy'' versions of their clock-characters, depending on the situation of each scene.
also, the twist with the aurora borealis joke was really clever and funny, and i liked that part of the animation as well, while the ending was truly hilarious!

all in all, this was a funny, nicely drawn animation that makes good use of the ''steamed hams'' meme in a clockified version, while its still maintaining its CC humour+originality intact!
excellent work, keep it up!

RealRedbookClock responds:

The legendary review of BB10 has returned

the drawings of the characters might be odd, and the movie might be short, but man, it was FUNNY!

great work on making a super-mario parody of ''the shining'', with luigi as the mad man chopping the door, with peach as sara, and with toad as his son.
apart from the funny visuals, the voice-acting was hillarious, and nicely synced as well.

a surprisingly good movie, and i would like to see more movies like this, with my only ''complaint'' being that they should be longer in length, or with more scenes/more random jokes+stuff.

other than, its very good.

colmendean123 responds:

Thank you! will make longer and more jokes in the future.

really fluid, detailed and realistic rotoscope animation!

i would like to see more like this work from you.
keep it up!

inkstickart responds:

thankyou! I think if I do it again it won't take me as long, this was my first time doing this style of animation so it was learning experience for sure!!

nice play on an old CC joke...

i like how you used the old CC joke of SBC saying ''can i drive?'' into a new, and funny situation.
the digital voices were good, the talking arrow was nicely animated, and i liked that you've transformed orange-clock into... orange-clock(the company of phone, lol!)!

apart from that, seeing SBC riding a cadillac and moving into the final scene of the movie, all this was really cool and enjoyable to watch.

you've created a good movie once again, and it was very cool.
keep up the good work!

PS: my only suggestions would be to:
-add a preloader and/or a play/replay button (your replay button wasnt working, it was just a text).
-make more funny movies like this.
-add more funny jokes, if you want.

RealRedbookClock responds:

I put a preloader now.

this was a really nicely organised song, with good vocals, clever lyrics and a great puppet, which was very well-made as well.

your background animations for the steven universe characters demise were really good, and your character's singing and dancing was superb, so i really enjoyed your movie.

it was great stuff, and it had a cool, creepy song to hear, which was very cleverly done.
keep up the good work!

GruntVonVeizatun responds:

Thank you! took me a while to build the puppet, so I appreciate the in depth review. :)

nice short movie about bluestone clock revealing why his body is white, while his name indicates that he's a blue stone.

both bluestone clock and BB14 were nicely drawn, and their face/clock expressions were good.
also the text-to-speech voices were nicely used as well.

the ending was funny and i enjoyed this movie.
keep up the good work!

BluestoneTE responds:

how dare u look at my nudes. jk

a beautiful movie by thor clock, based on the famous book of richard koplins ''the bell rings twice for bluestone'' : a true masterpiece of our era and a brutal, honest look on today's society.

as for thor's animation, all the character's were nicely drawn, the dialogue was easy to hear, and the whole story had a nice mixture between anger, disappointment, teen angst, humour, and eventually, redemption for our young heroes.

in this movie, we see bluestone clock+ caps lock-clock facing the problems of modern society, as the wise l1fty-clock provides them with some vital solutions+advices in order to survive in today's jungle. after that happens, a mysterious feline-ghost appears, and starts speaking about the values of life. phantomcat's voice acting in this iconic part was a bit ''boring'' and underwhelming, but it still did the job anyways.

in conclusion, this was a great movie, and it had a nice mixture of sadness with humour.
another great piece of art by thor clock, god of thunder.
keep up the good work!

Ushnor responds:

this is the citizen kane of flash movie reviews

well, hello, im chris the stick, i make random, funny movies, i draw comics, and also i voice act. AKA=BB10-clock.




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