I should have just walked away instead of watching
But, rather unfortunately, I don't have a walk cycle. I was hoping you could help me out.
Doesn't look like it.
Simon did some pretty great VA work. Enthusiastic as always. I don't think I could tell who Edd was. Aside from that, even people who are giving it perfect scores are picking flaws. I think that just about says it all.
But yet you can't help to watch it, can you?
EXTREMELY ORIGINAL MONSTER
10/10 VOICE ACTING ON THAT MONSTER.
REALLY DID IT FOR ME.
DAMN THAT KENNY, HE'S SO HOT RIGHT NOW.
Ever since I heard of the draft of the project, a few years ago, I wondered how this project would be completed. At the time, fitting an hour long movie into a Flash Animation seemed kind of absurd.
Now that we're here, with all the parts combined, I feel glad to see this movie completed and it stands as a testament to the willpower of an animator to get the job done and see the original draft through.
That being said, the decline in humor is just absurd. I watched in anticipation for a good joke that never came. Not even Chris Zito, Josh Tomar or Arin Hanson could deliver anything that could make an impact to an otherwise dire movie.
With good writing, these voice actors can deliver an entertaining and funny movie to their audience. I fail to see exactly how you can write dialogue so bad that these amazing people, with more than enough talent, could not deliver anything funny.
The animation was good. A vast improvement over earlier iterations of the series. It's almost universally accepted that an animator must grow with time and you've shown that you can.
I'm sure that when sat down to watch this movie, I knew that I wasn't the target audience. I'm 19 years old and I don't find dick jokes that funny any more. But even comedy for children can also be aimed at adults. Kenan and Kel is a straight-up Nickelodeon kids show, but I can still find it funny because the actors are doing a good job and the writing is comedic.
There were jokes that could have been done so much better with so little change. I want to believe that the script hasn't been changed in the years since it was originally drafted. NEDM? Longcat? If the year was 2005, sure, it'd be hysterical. But it's 2010. I can't even believe that an audience NOW would find that funny. But if they are, I'm beginning to feel that little bit more sorry for the younger generation of the internet.
Chris Zito's shouting can only go so far.
Getting bad voice actors for the Thomas scene was cringe-worthy.
I don't know if Arin agreed to give voices for Zordon, but if he did he actually sounded like he WAS dying inside.
If there's one person who I feel sorry for, more than anyone else, it's Josh Tomar. What an amazing performance and what an absolute travesty that surrounded both him and his dialogue. He was the only person who was convinced that he could make his dialogue funny and energetic and it really shows in his delivery. If there's anyone that deserves a paycheck for this movie, it's Josh Tomar.
What I find infuriating is the amount of times that I've believed that you could really change your humor for the better. Arin manages to make his humor accessible to younger audiences and also make his peers laugh. I can't laugh at this, Chris. I can't laugh at this at all.
Knowing what's coming next, the Nintendo 64 collabs and such, I only pray that you can take my advice and really think about jokes that span a wide audience instead of going narrow and straight with an audience that actually laughed when you said "days" instead of possibly "hours".
The only thing that was enjoyable was seeing you not drag a joke on for too long.
I want to believe that you can create something enjoyable for me to watch, Chris. Not just me, but everyone who wants to consider you as a friend and everyone who considered you a friend.
Until then, keep animating and growing stronger at your trade. If there's one thing you don't lack, it's perseverance.
There's a point at which you'll crack universally-ageless accepted humor. Until then, you know how to cater to a young audience. Unfortunately, judging from the score this time around, that too might be in jeopardy.
Good animation. Could use better writing and better casting.
Keep at it, Chris.
Tainted by absolute garbage. In comparison to other collaborations like the Street Fighter Collab, where quality control was enforced to ensure that the entire Collab was funny, the bar for the animation and style and joke quality was just atrocious.
I hesitate to say that it was good only because there were a few parts of it that were actually good, such as Stamper's, Ross' O'Donowang's and Tom's.
Everything else was just terrible.
It wouldn't be so bad if these were all relatively new but Stamper's part is just something that holds its own and has done for quite a while now without the help of surrounding parts. Ross has a huge talent for smooth animation and it didn't especially matter if it wasn't funny, it was just Transformers; well animated and simple.
And that's the downfall of this entire flash.
With the exception to Tom and Stamper, there was nothing remotely funny. With the exception to Stamper and Ross, there was nothing really well animated aside from a few stylized moments with traditional media and the Galvatron scene.
It fell flat in so many ways and all the jokes were either about dicks, shit, tits or things that EVERYONE MAKES JOKES OF.
Wonchop's part, unsurprisingly, made me gag. Why can't he actually make something that has a consistent style? Better yet, why can't he have a visually pleasing style anyway?
Stamper's part has been out for far too long, Ross deserves better and Tom is a wonderful man who can't be flawed.
3 people, 3/10.
The rest, while some have very visually pleasing styles and nice animation, was just a torrent of unfunny, lacklustre, Family-Guy-worthy jokes.
But far too short.
The sound quality on the voice acting was great but I really don't get the joke at the end with the red screen-wipe and the foghorn. It was amusing but it really caught me off guard and I didn't expect it to end so abruptly.
I think if you put a little more time and effort in, you could have made a better ending, like 7 foghorns all at once and then 7 boats crashing into the horizon-pants on that chick and killing everyone.
That would have been EPIC.
But this was EPIC too.
I think you've got some talent, but your color palette and your timing on jokes has much to be improved upon.
Ever since I got the roughs for the first Girlchan Episode, I couldn't stop listening to it. One of the greatest pleasures is to just sit and listen to the voice acting; no illustrations and just follow along with the sporadic dialogue.
It's not an understatement to say that this is an incredible improvement over the first. The humour, towards stereotypical TERRIBLE anime, has gotten so much better. The amount of times you can just sit and point out all the cliche'd and depressingly bad animation errors in both Girlchan and older Anime is depressing and I'm glad that the part of you that died watching them was inserted into this masterpiece.
I remember you distinctly telling me that you wanted Girlchan 2 to be a straight Sequel from a production point of view; no outside influence from what the fans want from the series.
On first watching, I thought you might have lost what made the first Girlchan so special but watching it over again and again I just can't help but feel that you've capitolized and epitomized it.
The voice acting was great, especially when pulling away from the microphone to scream. Though I think Kotobaru's voice has changed for the worse ):
The animation is just classic. There's nothing more to say than that you've got such a better grasp on how to get from A to Z with your movements.
As far as the initial feeling goes, it's rather reminiscent to MGA2 where, for at least a week, I couldn't figure out whether I thought it was better or worse than the original.
But, the same as with the MGA series, I went back and watched the original and Girlchan 2 is only going to get funnier and more "quotable" with time.
I'm going to mourn a lot of the voice acting jokes that were prevalent in the first Girlchan but, evidently from Girlchan 2, you know what's best for the direction of the series.
Keep going Arin. You'll never fail to amuse me with even the slightest lack of a mouth in every single scene.
I find this movie incredibly racist
The music is Brokeback Mountain...
because Twilight couldn't be any god damn gayer.
I heartily endorse this statement.
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