Review of: Hold The Anchovies 

reviewed by SeaMowse on 08/03/2007
SeaMowse
Good stuff - I don't like anchovies either!
This was a cute little flick. But I do believe it went on just a bit too far. I would've probably ended it after the helicopter delivery attempt.

Animation/editing: Wonderful job. Your animation reminds me of another animator on TS - Tom Priestly, who is from Tazmania, I believe. I like this style of animation. Edits were good and looked very professional.

Audio/Music: The audio went along very well with the characters. Sound effect were good. Nice music as well.

All in all, I really like this, but I did feel it was just a bit too drawn out. Nevertheless, it is worthy of being recognized in this festival. Best of luck.

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