Review of: L19: Disposed 

reviewed by **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 08/23/2010
**DELETED ACCOUNT**
Made Me Smile
Really did make me smile lol. I am a fan of cartoons and computer animation and found this to be a well-crafted animation. I enjoyed the beginning how at the first sign of a defect, this android was tossed right in the crash. This cleverly demonstrated how much we take technology for granted and how people have zero-tolerance for something that doesn't work properly. We don't seem to appreciate the beauty of machines.

Also, I was very intrigued at the androids fight for survival. It really brought out a human quality to a non-human life-form, just to make the android more relate-able to the audience. However, no matter how hard he fought, there was no escaping his ultimate fate, all because one minor defect got him tossed out. Poor thing.

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