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Oh My God! The Rotton Fruit are Hilarious...I made my dad watch it and boy did he laugh(I think he was remembering the 70s)
These little short films would be counted as gory, and not for the squeamish...If the subjects of his violence weren't fruit.
I loved it, very creative.
These short animations, and Eli Roths career in itself inspire buddy actors and film students, and remind us that Hollywood isn't all superficial jerks, and one day we may be lucky enough to have the opportunity to create a work, not for money or popularity but because it feels right.
I wish Rotton fruit would come to Australia, it would beat the pants of other animated series.
Eli Roth, You asked people to leave there opinions on IMDb...well here they are.
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