Friday, April 16, 2010

The Incredible Crash Dummies

The pharse 'Crash and Burn' seems appropriate.

9 comments:

  1. I hate that E*trade baby.

    My mom thinks it's cute, but I think it's creepy.
    (And Evian took the concept and made it nightmare-inducing!!!)

    Good video, btw.
    *thumbs up*

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  2. My God, I hate that E*Trade baby too! I thought I was the only one. I don't remember this Crash Dummies movies, but yeah, it looked like it sucked. Right on, again, Jordan!

    However, not every advertising logo went on to spawn a disastrous movie or TV show. I can't think of a good movie that has (if you don't count "Logorama", but that was a short movie). However, what about the California Raisins? I remember them having a cartoon show that was pretty good. They would be a good candidate for your next episode if you can find good footage of them.

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  3. Points for using the "BOX OF SCRAPS!" scene. I'm surprised no one has done that yet.

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  4. I just saw an animated movie I'm sure few have heard of. Is there any way you can review it?

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  5. I'll never know unless I know the name.

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  6. Oh, sorry. It's one called "The Prisoner of Zenda". It was released in 1988 by Burbank Films Australia. There have been many versions of it before, but none animated other than this one. I reviewed it here on IMDb if you're interested:

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0366922/usercomments-2

    I have this on DVD too, if you can't find a copy yourself. Let me know what you think.

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  7. C'mon guys, the Crash Dummies movie was OK, and it had pretty good CGI.

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