Hey, remember when we thought this was, like, a fun superhero parody with silly songs and whatnot? And we all laughed and laughed? And then the last five minutes happened?
WE DONT TALK ABOUT THAT
he got everything he wanted, and it only cost him a Penny
Reverse gender stereotypes at the gym
Aaahhhh get on my dash you amusing thing you.
I kinda love it
this is actually great from an acting perspective.
the actors actually played the opposite gender instead of just relying on stereotypes (ironically enough) to portray that they were, in fact, the opposite gender. Usually if you tell a guy to act like a girl, he begins playing by the homosexual stereotype (faking a lisp, popping the hip, etc.) and while it accentuates femininity, it’s really uncomfortable and forced, making it just seem like he’s playing a stereotype instead of the actual gender. And girls will do this too; being told to play a male and instead just deepening the voice and say “dude” and “bro” a lot (although these are more common among modern practices).
The males played up femininity without coming off as a forced stereotype and the females played up masculinity and machismo without forcing their performance.
also the video is funny and I kind of forgot the point I was making.
DONT BE A LITTLE PENIS
^^^^ LAUGHING REAL HARD
Needs more views. Beautiful.
I saw this a while ago but I agree it needs more views! Check it out!
Anya! Another fellow awesome animator from Griffith University Queensland College of Art!
Woo! Australian animation.
This was so much fun to watch! the animation was so fluid and awesome
I AM SO HAPPY THIS MOMENT IN TELEVISION EXISTS
Velma: “My glasses, my glasses, I can’t see without my glasses!”
Johnny: “My glasses, my glasses, I can’t be seen without my glasses!”
PLEASE REBOLG THIS! We need this film to happen. Please, watch and spread the word. My daughter and her father’s family are from this reservation. People need to know what really happens on native land.
This is an example of actual social justice and I support it 100%. I know many of my followers on here also support genuine social justice work, and so I am signal boosting this here :)
(Yes, I sincerely do like this. Anti-SJW isn’t the same as anti-social justice. I’m anti-SJW but very much pro social justice, like 99% of the anti-SJW blogs on this website)
The first step to change is awareness, and it looks like the film does a good job of such.
Ah a chance to do some actual
Good count me in.