|Jeriko-1 - 2008-05-12 |
5'd to spite Bakune.
|ztc - 2008-05-12 |
n a 1994 issue of Animation Magazine, John Kricfalusi wrote a column about the series, calling it nothing more than "Superbastardization" of the original Looney Tunes characters, using "parasitism and other bad writing tricks until the premise becomes so twisted that it is beyond any coherent statement". Kricfalusi also criticized the improper use of the characters in the series, saying that "[e]very character is a 'comedy relief' character, even the ones who were originally straight-man characters [...] Glue an exceptionally unirreverent live-action director's name [Steven Spielberg] to it, then plug these stolen bastardization personalities into situations not suited for them. For example - into stolen movie plots. Then commit every single other bad writing crime known to man".
Blasphemy. Kricfalusi always speaks the truth.
Fuck John K.
John hates Chuck Jones for a really, really stupid and personal reason. (Chuck was a meek man and this utterly disgusted John.) If you hate on Chuck Jones you ain't no friend of mine. Especially for a dumbass reason like that.
And if he's gonna run his mouth about derivitive garbage he shouldn't have Ripping Friends under his belt.
Where did you read that? I've read that John highly admires Chuck Jones.
Unmerciful Crushing Force
Seriously. John K says some smart things sometimes but honestly 90% of his cartoons are complete and utter shit.
The Ripping Friends is pretty much unforgivable.
John K's a nutter, but I do agree with him about Tiny Toons.
It's not evil either, it's just tosh.
John K is a smart man and has a lot of great things to say about animation. But he has his head way too far up his ass for me to let his opinion move mine in any direction very much. And the fact that he has yet to surpass Ren and Stimpy in his entire career should be evidence enough that he is far from infallible.
Tiny Toons can't compare to the original source material but is leagues ahead of the tripe they're pushing on the current generation. And their awesome They Might be Giants music videos are enough to justify the show's existence.
Tiny Toons wins.
|Wonko the Sane - 2008-05-12 |
|AgentOrange - 2008-05-12 |
I saw this about a week ago, I never thought it'd make it out.
|DMKA - 2008-05-12 |
5 stars for how much this amused me at age five.
-8 stars for incitation of the most depraved fetish on the planet.
Yeah, like the writers all sat around and said: "Hey, lets create furverts to jack off on this stuff!"
You're blaming them for what isn't their fault.
|RandomFerret - 2008-05-12 |
Baby Plucky was voiced by the director's son, who was a toddler at the time. The script was written around his recorded lines.
That's why it's great and you people are idiots.
Yeah, who cares if it's blasphamy or furry, I grew up on this stuff!
|Zoot42 - 2008-05-12 |
5'ds for EVIL. This is the PORTAL OF EVIL. NOT the portal of things that are good or nice.
|UnderANeonHalo - 2008-05-13 |
-1 for not being as good as "elalator go doooooown"
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2008-05-13 |
This show was never funny, at least not intentionally.
|Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2008-05-13 |
This show wasn't as funny as I remember it, but it laid the foundation for Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain, so +1 star for that and an additional one for nostalgia.
|spork865 - 2008-08-16 |
Fuck the haters. This was funny.
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