It's like you made this just for me!
I want to see more of this world. This film's abstract and Lynchian milieu works very well, but I'm sure the intention was to make the audience want to know more about what's going on. In my case, it worked splendidly. I want to learn more about this nebulous, porcine society in which humans apparently exist in some form.
If you're the type to reply to comments, please reply me this: Have you read BAAA?
P.S. Just because the film festival didn't work out doesn't mean you shouldn't try for other film festivals. You have a special vision here and that's all it takes.
In answer to your question: No I haven't. But something tells me it involves sheep.
It doesn't work.
Which protect them 'til they... [PLAY]
'Til they WHAT?! I'M DYING TO FIND OUT!
Cat Face has a charm to him that is somehow rare in Flash characters. I suppose it's the fact that you might *almost* see him on Nick Jr., but then you notice he's floating with his enormous head and you realize something's horribly wrong.
Also, the montage of waspstung paw fun was great.
I laughed, yes. I hope I don't have to wait another two years for the conclusion...
I'm amazed it actually came out.
I was just thinking yesterday (or perhaps earlier today) about the first part, sure that the second would never come out. Congratulations on actually releasing part two.
That said, there really is NOTHING original about the story. It's a big ball of anime/fantasy cliches that, so far, does not present anything creative. In both episodes of Valhalla Knights, I laughed out loud at the corny dialogue. Still, I commend you for HAVING a lengthy story that seems to be planned out pretty well.
The main redeeming factor this series has is the animation quality, which is much higher than the average Flash. However, looking at the work for its overall quality, originality, and substance, there is not much there.
Good, but not entirely original
Overall I thought it was somewhat funny, but not that original. Montages of people trying to do something and failing are a staple of cartoons. Also, at least two concepts are right out of JOHNNY THE HOMICIDAL MANIAC: (1) Someone trying to kill himself and never being able to succeed, and (2) someone attempting suicide by jumping from a high distance, but landing safely at the expense of squishing someone else. And the getting hit by a car thing has been pretty much done to death. I could tell it was going to happen when it happened on FAMILY GUY five years ago. Still, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt.
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