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8-03-2009 @ 5:18PM
Quite possibly the worst video I have ever seen on the internet. No dialogue, no plot, made absolutely no sense to the viewer. I give it a 1/10.So why couldn't I stop watching it?
8-03-2009 @ 5:46PM
All things according to taste. It's dada, so plot and purpose are pretty arbitrary — but the basic concepts are straightforward. A man (green, fez-bedecked alien) whose planet (barren wasteland with sparse ruins) is attacked by an invader (gargantuan space-Sarcophagus) is when outfitted by ministers (another pair of aliens who plug in bio-mechanical arcana) to defeat the invader and use its power to repair the damage it caused (turn cubes into flecks of biomass that cover the ground and statues, growing into flora).This fare reminds me of late-Seventies sci-fi comic shorts, some of which inspired animated shorts on television shows like Liquid Television in the early Nineties. I enjoy it in small doses.
8-03-2009 @ 10:57PM
Honestly, to me this movie runs like the plot of a bunch of different action adventure type games.Protagonist heads to the far off temple after obtaining the key. Obtains an upgrade to his arsenal. Goes to fight and defeat the final boss who was causing mayhem. Standard fare really. Fun to watch though. Reminded me off the Matriculation video in the Animatrix.
8-04-2009 @ 2:06AM
It was actually quite amazing how they sinc'd up the entire vide with the song. it was crazy and hypnotic and much better if you listen to the music, which is pretty good too.
8-04-2009 @ 2:51AM
The video reminds me of René Laloux's "Fantastic Planet," an animated science fiction film from the 1970s. I saw it when I was a kid, and it made a big impression on me. This is much faster paced and more to 21st century tastes, but they share a surreal beauty. I'm off to watch this again.
8-04-2009 @ 1:44PM
Yes, Fantastic Planet, I thought the same thing after about 10 seconds.
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