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People have been requesting me to review this for ages. It's been regarded the worst animated film of all time, and honestly it's earned it's title and infamy. There isn't anything more that I can add if I review this tripe; JonTron and the Nostalgia Critic pretty much covered every single wrong thing in the movie. Plus, I'm not too interested in review a film that's so obviously dreadful. I can safely say that anyone in my Computer Animation class can make anything look better than FoodFight. It's really an abomination.
Anyway, I'm not here to talk about how awful the film is (since it's pretty much common knowledge). I'm here to talk about the post-production, which is one of the most interesting aspects (and even more interesting that the film itself!).
The version of Food Fight we got, wasn't the original reel. The original version was in a hard drive and was 'stolen'. The creators of this film blame this theft on the downgrade of quality of the disasterpiece we got.
Alright, let's see how much this argument holds water. This is the only remaining footage from the original version.
Well...the animation IS better and the characters are actually emoting which I guess it makes it technically superior to the current version. For 1999, this computer animation is passable at best.
UNFORTUNATELY, FoodFight's terrible story and horrid script full of bad jokes, strange sexual innuendos and farting is still ever so present.
Threshold Studios, the company that made this, thought that FoodFight was going to be their 'Toy Story' and rise them to fame and glory. However, Toy Story still holds up today because of it's brilliant script and lovable characters.
FoodFight's character designs are full of distracting mascots that clash with the setting, and nightmarish abominations. Some of the character design choices are confusing at best (A Catgirl who sells raisins?!) and scarring at worst.
Even with it's passable initial animation, this film was destined to bomb. It's available at YouTube for free if you want to see it's wretched glory.
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( Judgement ) FAVORITE AND LEAST FAVORITE CHARACTER!
6 deviants saidGo for it! <3
3 deviants saidPlease be honest! I encourage a civil and blunt discussion.
2 deviants saidWhether their well written or badly written...
1 deviant saidPlease tell me what character you like the most...
1 deviant saidOr you like them as a person or hate them as a person!
No deviants said...and the character you dislike the most!