One part fish, one part pig, one part monkey, all Guāi Guāi - best gourd song I've ever heard, hands down.
(It's just a good bitta fun ain't it?)
Maybe I just don't like "epics" all that much, but I just feel weird walking out of this one.
Weird audience, mixed film, I dunno how I feel about any of it.
Looking into it didn't really help its case too much either. I'm gonna try to watch this alone again at some point to get my own feelings and then do a little more deep diving before anything else because this feels like shit under the surface for miles and miles. Probably a watch of Burden of Dreams within that study.
I made a thing! If you're seeing this I hope you liked it and leave a review, and if not please leave a review anyhow because I'd rather get my rose colored glasses put in a blender than just be told, "Oh that's nice!"
No matter what you think of it, love you all and thank you for taking the time to watch this!
Like... Just what an unexpected slam dunk.
I don't think Lord & Miller have a 100% hit rate (especially when producing) but this really hit and I commend Rianda for his work, as well as everyone else involved from production and cast, and they're bringing a tight animation game again too. Also these ffffffffffffffffolks made me cry twice the absolute goons.
I think a few of the jokes have already aged a little beyond their shelf date, but that could be…