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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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Heh-heh... FIRE! FIRE!
25 January 2007 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

Animators Don Hertzfeldt and Mike Judge have put together a collection of animated shorts that easily rivals the quality of Spike and Mike.

This is their third Animation Show, and as usual Don Hertzfeldt's own contribution was among the biggest crowd pleasers. But don't expect anything as silly as his infamous "Rejected" this time around; his new film "Everything Will Be OK" is perhaps his darkest yet.

My personal favorites were "Rabbit" and "Overtime," though "Game Over" got the most applause in the theater. Speaking of which -- stop reading and go buy tickets! You have to see this in a theater for the full experience. There's nothing quite like watching these films in a room with a huge group of weirdo fanatics like yourself.


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