Review of: Lonely Joe (Final) 

reviewed by **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 09/25/2011
**DELETED ACCOUNT**
A Christmas Joe
Only someone with a good heart and imagination would come up with this. A non-cynical take on an old story. Nice animation, nice dialogue and a competent direction. In a modern world full of vampires, wizards and zombies it's good to watch a story that has magic but in a good way. It made me feel better about things at the end of it and I'm sure that's one of the forces of art.

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