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Klay World isn't actually a world, it's just a table with a bunch of blue klaymen on it. They have never accomplished anything with their sad little lives ... until another species of claymen communicate with them over radio. Now Klay World has a chance to finally become something bigger. The only problem is that they have to leave the table for the first time ever and travel through the outdoors to find these new klay people. Written by
Living proof that simplicity is best. The level of animation is of a high quality, and the basic, be highly humorous jokes attack just before you stop laughing from the last. Rarely a break in the pace (once you get past the kinda-slow first five minutes), and will quickly take it's place as one of you favourite movies based on the humor. Has some surprisingly dramatic scenes as well (most notably the road scene and the climax) due to unforeseen and merciless plot twists which have you on the edge of your seat.
You will fall in love with each character because of their individual charm and voice acting, such as the brave and fearless Chip Brown (nephew of the time-travelling Dr Brown), Picks immaturity/insanity and of course 'Rick the Prick', Chips heavily pierced best friend.
It is the special effects that truly bring the movie to life, from laser-blasts, smoke and electrical beams to large explosions and full green-screen background effects.
I would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys Monty Python style absurd humor, or anyone looking for an entertaining way to spend 90 minutes, because this is most certainly what you need.
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