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KF Animation Editor
Location: Meridian, MS
Birthday: April 6
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About me:

I'm a 32 year old male and my tastes in animation are broad and varied but they mainly include Disney movies. However, I like watching movies and shows that are different and seem to stand out to me.


Animation, Acting, Singing, Dancing

Animation that I love:

The Fox and the Hound, Bambi, Lady and the Tramp, Avatar: The Last Airbender

Reviews by animation type
TV Series (134)
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11% of reviews had a rating of 2 stars
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short film Begone Dull Care © National Film Board of Canada
Begone Dull Care
Rated it: 3
posted: Jan 02, 2012
Remember that scene when Donald Duck found himself pulled into a visual representation of the cartoon's soundtrack? Okay maybe not, but watching this, you'll probably understand how he feels. A lot of squiggly stuff goes by in time to the music, and you'll probably lose count of all the strange images that blur by and mesh together. Birds, trees, seaweed, a game of tic-tac-toe, and other fractures and stresses in the background.

Watch under the influence of drugs.

Or not.

short film The Snails © SOFAC
The Snails
Rated it: 1
posted: Jan 02, 2012
I've got no words for this. I can't suss out the meaning behind this short's "plot" for lack of a better word. I can't see myself enjoying it on an artistic level because its paper doll style of movement barely qualifies as animation. Its music is incongruous to the destruction on the screen. This mess almost put me to sleep, and it's only 10 minutes long.
short film Birds of a Feather © unknown
Birds of a Feather
Rated it: 3.5
posted: Dec 30, 2009
Two minutes and some change. And that's enough for this short to tell one of the most huggably adorable stories ever put to animation. The animation borders that weird gray area between not good enough for television and too good for video games. The visual style is an artistic rarity and a sumptuous treat.

Typing in the right combination of keywords to bring it up on Youtube is kind of tricky, but the short is readily available on aniboom. Ultimately the short's briefness just makes you want to see more. I suspect a number of fan created stories being spun from this character's tale.

short film Pikachuís Vacation © Shogakukan / Nintendo Co Ltd
Pikachuís Vacation
Rated it: 1
posted: Sep 07, 2009
Amplifies Pokemon's penchant for unevenly kinetic storytelling while ditching what little bits of genuine emotion the show had. You have to be really into Pokemon to like this short, like the previous review said, because pulled away from the humans, nobody can understand what these creatures are saying. This short actually has the Pokedex as a character narrating and translating Pokespeak, which is something that shatters the illusion because it wasn't what the overstuffed computer was designed for. Oh. And the A*Teen style pop songs? Fail.
short film 9 © unknown
Rated it: 4
posted: Feb 09, 2009
9 competently sets the tone for the upcoming movie. Unlike the movie, it contains no dialogue. By the time the ten minutes are over with, however, chills would've been sent up your spine numerous times over. It's not the type of experience that needs any speaking parts, however. So I hope this doesn't bode ill will for the upcoming movie, which does contain speaking. A true masterpiece if I ever did see one.
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