Lose the politics
I'm just echoing other reviewers when I say "lose the politics!"
Captain Capitalism's monologue was amazingly funny. Seriously, I was laughing the whole way through. (And it wouldn't have been funny without the bleeps).
I was moderately entertained by this submission. There are a couple of things that could make it a lot better:
1) The pacing was very slow. You would wait a second or so between cuts, so the dialogue seemed forced and choppy. I usually think that most movies could use more space, but this one is quite the opposite. Shrink the time between the end of dialogue and cuts (or better yet, use some film techniques like focusing on another character while one is talking, etc.), make your characters walk a little faster, etc.
2) If you like the pacing, you could ease our pain a little by making fun of your own pacing. When the boss was about to eat the turkey and we had to wait for five seconds for the ball to come it, I was picturing a superintendent chalmersesque "I'll just put the turkey in my mouth now".
3) If you're going to make a short, funny movie like this without a big punchline at the end, every other line should be a joke (well, not really, but I'm saying that the jokes should be densely packed). There was too much filler without any funny. Your animation skill is solid, so it would be worthwhile now to work on your content. I know that's not an easy thing to do, but it will save you 50% of the "you suck" reviews here, for what it's worth.
Good luck with your future work.
I think the best part about that movie is the fact that it wouldn't have exploded if the jar had broken immediately. Gasoline only ignites when it is a gas, not a liquid, so the jar sitting there for a while is what gave it time to evaporate and accumulate as a gas.
Needless to say, the burning gasoline would have flown everywhere even if it hadn't evaporated very much yet. So...
Fire is fun.
You sound like an expert. Got any hilarious tales yourself?
Get a writer!
This was wonderfully animated, and farily well voice acted. The only thing that needed work was the story and the jokes. Get somebody who can write (or put some time into writing if you didn't), and you'll be making TV-quality cartoons.
This was a pretty boring movie with no good jokes. On the other hand, it was very smooth claymation, which impressed me. I think you should get somebody who knows how to write a funny script, put some time into your characters, and then you could have some solid claymation movies.
The show isn't that funny. What I like about it is that you seem to have done your research. I'd expect this to be coming not from Saturday Night Live, but from The Onion.
That was fun.
Why did the music make me feel sick (especially Singing in the Rain)? :-)
I was just thinking about what kind of movie I could make to go with the william tell overture. This pretty much hits it right on the money. Fantastic movie, very entertaining.
/me goes to look at author's other work.
That was the funniest movie I've seen on this site in months. Well... a month a least. Great work. Sequel.
Fucking ha ha shit
I was waiting for a punchline and... well... there wasn't one. This movie was little more than "fun with naughty words".
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