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The Animation Show 2007 (2007)

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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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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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Fortunately the series rebounded well with Volume Three
14 August 2008 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I loved the first installment of THE ANIMATION SHOW. It was incredibly funny--particularly because of its sick and twisted Don Hertzfeldt cartoons as well as the great films by Adam Elliot (UNCLE, BROTHER and COUSIN). However, with Volume Two, I was very disappointed--few of the cartoons (including Hertzfeldt's) were funny and the entire DVD is a bore with only one or two exceptions. I assumed that Volume Three would continue this downward spiral of the series, though fortunately Three was about as good as the first DVD. However, the overall type of cartoon is very different. While One featured many overtly funny toons, Three featured much more visually striking and risky shorts--spectacular and impressive. My favorite was RABBIT--a short that I've seen on a couple other compilation DVDs.

Because Volume Thee was so good, I can't wait until they bring out more--this is a great series of short animated films.


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