All 5 movie Reviews


Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was awesome! I couldn't help but have a stupid grin on my face the entire video! I loved the writing, editing, animation, etc. I loved it all!

Keep it up!

Also, nice JJBA reference.

Pico's Daddy Pico's Daddy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, I really liked that! It's colorful and fluid, like an animation should be! I also liked the story; it had a feel-good ending.

Keep up the great work!

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MihaP responds:

Thank you:)

Grumpcade Animated - Simpin World Grumpcade Animated - Simpin World

Rated 5 / 5 stars

My favorite part of this animation is the constant motion of everything. Nothing ever looks like it's completely still. It's something that most animations (particularly Game Grump animations) lack. It's a breath of fresh air to see a Game Grump / OneyPlays animation that's not just a slide show with a sound track in the background.

The puppet style is also really nice; it's unique to you and pleasant to look at. Also, the Clutch Cargo-esque scene in the middle and the Bart scene at the end add more depth to the animation. Most Game Grump Animated videos I see are just '13-year-old learns Flash' style of animation. I'm glad you actually put effort into your cartoon by thinking outside the box.

I honestly have no idea why people are giving this down votes. This is what cartoons should look like: grotesque objects in fluid motion. It's (unfortunately) something most people don't do on the Internet.

In summation: keep it up! I expect the same top-notch quality from your future works!

Vinesauce Joel Animated- John Cena Midi Vinesauce Joel Animated- John Cena Midi

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It's nice to see an animation with fluidity and not just be a collection of stills. It's also nice to see an animation with an interesting art style like this. I can see your influences right away (He-Man, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, etc.) and it makes me happy that animators still care about making unique art styles and not just chibi shit.

There are a few weird pacing issues, a couple of missed visual jokes, and the 'Plz Sub' thing at the end could've be emitted from the Newgrounds release, but this is an excellent video overall. It's pleasing to both the eye and the ear. It's also worth countless replays.

Hope this isn't just a one-off animation, because I'd like to see more of your work in the future.

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HochiganMeat responds:

thanks! best review I've ever had. Very helpful. I agree, I should've left the ending out, I actually forgot about it. I'll update it when I can.
And yes, the pacing issues come from my audio editing skills- I'm going to work on that in the future definitely. I've only just learned about timing sheets, so that will be an eye opener when I get back into it.
More animation to come- just need to find a way of working that keeps everything visually coherent. Plus there's life stuff and all the rest of it, etc. Thanks for watching, this made my day xx

Sonic Settles Sonic Settles

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

First and foremost, I really like the animation style. It has a lot of potential. Also, I'm into the surreal grittiness of Sonic's everyday life.

Some sounds aren't mixed perfectly, some animations aren't smoothed out correctly and some scene transitions are a bit chunky, but none of that matters when it's an animation that you can watch multiple times in a row without getting sick of it.

So far, I've watched this animation about 6 or 7 times in one sitting.

Personally, I can't get enough of these Sonic parodies.

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