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The Animation Show 2007 (2007)

This is the touring festival's third anthology of the world's greatest animated shorts, featuring "Everything will be OK" by Don Hertzfeldt and "Dreams and Desires" by Joanna Quinn.
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This is the touring festival's third anthology of the world's greatest animated shorts, featuring "Everything will be OK" by Don Hertzfeldt and "Dreams and Desires" by Joanna Quinn.

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The Animation Show 3 (2007)
20 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show was packed full with about 14 short animation films that were creative and hilarious. The show had mild to strong language some of the time. My personal favorites from the show include: "Everything Will Be OK", "9", "Game Over", "Guide Dog", and "Davey and Son of Goliath". Some films were random and boring because they were too abstract. The film "Rabbit" was very creative and had a very surprising ending. "City Paradise" didn't have a good plot but it was fun to see the innovative techniques they used. "Everything Will Be OK" was very funny but near the end it became very weird and lost my interest. "Guide Dog" was simply full of funny parts and was very well done. All together it was a great experience.


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