All 8 movie Reviews

Coldplay-Spies Coldplay-Spies

Rated 5 / 5 stars


I've always been a pretty huge fan of stylistic and pretentious movies set to songs like this. A welcome addition here at Newgrounds, and a definite achievement in the world of Flash. Definite props to the author - I'm going to watch this one over and over again.

Overall, good song, good graphics, good style, good taste. Incredible -10/10.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Beautifully stylistic and smooth, meaningful (to some degree), with a good soundtrack and good sound quality...I highly recommend this one. Excellent job, SamuelMills.

The People's Mario The People's Mario

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing on so many levels!

Not only did this movie go far beyond the call of duty in the Humour category, but it's quite honestly one of the most awesome epics on Newgrounds. That aside, the style and graphics were incredible - I really want to learn how to do the overlays used.

All in all, 10/10 on every category except sound - some were fuzzy, and didn't work too well with the style. Way too much bass was a definite plus.

Forehead Shavecut Forehead Shavecut

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Worth a (few) watche(s). words suffice. Watch it and be enlightened! Or...unenlightened, depending on the connotation of is probably obvious, this movie did nothing to expand my vocabulary.

P.S. Let's let the Japanese take care of it. M-O-A-OZIS! OZIS!

Flash on Coffee Flash on Coffee

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars



I'll watch it again, though.

Element trailer Element trailer

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A good start...

All I have to say is that this had better continue, or there's going to be a very, very annoyed noodlz15.

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Dark Reflection Dark Reflection

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Almost a 9/10

This movie's greatest strength, yet at the same time its downfall, is the fact that it is purely to accompany the song in it. The visuals are definitely cool and stylistic, but there were moments when I just wondered when the scene was going to change. That aside, the author's skill at animating - especially the end - was very apparent, and was made even more so by the bizarre sketchlike appearance in the (main) character's, well, appearance. Nearly a 9/10, but the lack of different scenes - or rather the lack of changes and movement outside of weird blobs and uniform streaks - held it back. Great job, though. Better than I'll ever do (I only compose music, I'm terrible at flash).

Merry Melony ep.1 Merry Melony ep.1

Rated 5 / 5 stars


Surreal. Creepy. Disturbing. Graphically impressive.

The list could go on forever, honestly. And I haven't the time between replays of this movie to continue it. Episode One is sheer genius, although it might seem rather a lot like sheer "what were they on, cause I want some" material. It starts out fairly normal, gets a little more whacked at the first camera change, and - assuming you can pry your eyes away from the very odd, very beautiful backgrounds - gets even more whacked. I refuse to say any more about it for fear of being a "spoiler" it, and all will make sense. Well, not really, but it'll make me sound less like I'm hallucinating. Just make sure you're prepared for loud noises and lots and - among other things - lots of freaking awesomeness.