Review of: Grasshopper: I wanna be a movie star! 

reviewed by BUNKER on 03/06/2012
I don't know what to say.
This was assigned to me, so I watched it. I watched it so I figure I may as well review it to get the credit. If it were not an assignment and I stumbled on this on youtube it wouldn't take me long to move on.

There is a hint of an idea there to have it be like a children's book with simple images and simple text to tell a simple story to entertain a child, but there is nothing going on. In fact the credits are longer than the short, and I'm not sure if they are even credits. Just first names each using a different text affect.

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