viernes, 30 de octubre de 2015

The Fantasia Revenge ENGLISH




This animated-review hybrid Halloween special is Friendzone Team and FlashEstudio's contribution for the 2015 edition of Red Ribbon Reviewers

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2014 submission: AMvs Música Catastrófica (only in Spanish)
2013 submission: AMvs Hateful Comparisons - Vete a la versh vs. Telegordo (ENGLISH translation)

NOTE: The sketches aren’t translated because some of the authors will release extended versions of them. You can perfectly skip them if you want.
*Pixar logo parody*
Since 2010, there has been tried to make an animated collaboration every year in October. Most of them were called “The Halloween Revenge”, followed by their respective number.
The 2014 Halloween project became so ambitious that broke the tradition in favor of making animated specials when there were ideas instead of just festivities.
THE FANTASIA REVENGE
Pandemia’s Castle – Huronia, Pandemic Continent
*Pandemia laughing while we zoom into his castle*
PANDEMIA: Finally, FINALLY! My definitive creation! Dear world, I present to you… the invisible butler!
INVISIBLE BUTLER: Good evening, how are you? Fine? Okay then.
PANDEMIA: Glorious, glorious… It’s way better than that nazi without face I created last time.
IB: I have been created by you to serve! Which will be my name?
PANDEMIA: I didn’t think on that. How do we name him, Brodimert?
BRODIMERT: As long as it isn’t such a ridiculous name like Brodimert…
PANDEMIA: Oh, I have one! You’re name is Aberlardo, do you like it?
IB: Abelardo? Perfect…
PANDEMIA: Perfect then. For now, I will create my own friends and if they try to trick me… Catapum! I bought a catapult in case that happens.
BRODIMERT: And what are you going to do now?
PANDEMIA: First of all, ruin Halloween, as always should happen. I have been a bit busy with The Dreamscape Kingdom*. So we will center in just a single enemy and ignore the rest.
*In-universe, it refers to the event. For the viewers, the other movie
BRODIMERT: Are you going to catapult someone?
PANDEMIA: Not yet, but I have something worse in mind… A paper from the Town Hall! *Thunder* Every year, the *thunder* council organizes a classical music concert. This year I have to do it, but since I don’t give a kidney about that, I will fake the document so it’s the responsibility of someone who looks like me. Someone… without glasses.
BRODIMERT: I think the plan is too simple, but we could keep him busy while we work in bigger things.
PANDEMIA: That’s right, Brodimert! Abelardo, send this to Mr. Molina. You will see, we are going to laugh at loud.
AITOR MOLINA: Time to work in The Dreamscape Kingdom! *reads a message* Oh, shame, mishap, setback, oh, goodness, a sidequest… I will delay it… three more years.
*4:16 to skip the credits*
AM: Egun on guztioi*, Aitor Molina talking to you! Welcome to the… obligatory… Fantasia review, the film produced by Walt Disney on 1940. Why this instead of a more typical concert? Very easy, the intention of this movie is adding traditional animation to classic music. That way, they didn’t pay for author’s right… or in this case… Aitor’s rights!
*”Hello everybody” in Basque, trademark salute
*A chair coughs*
This film is considered one of the best on animation history. It’s completely timeless for letting both musicians and animators to interpret. It fuses two apparently distant arts. This time, I wanted to take the genre-busting a step further adding a third subject: reviews. Each year, plenty of rat-kids* and fools take a camera to imitate their Internet idols trying to get easy attention without effort or emotion. To encourage creativity, I managed to contact with seven filmmakers of different ambits. Some of them are new, others already known**. This collaborative project has been my grain of sand to making them doing an experimental video. If it works, we will probably see more of them in the future.
*Rat-kid: ADD gamer, immature kid at a computer
**Already known in my little community
AM: This way, I don’t have to analyze the full movie. Let’s start with Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Toccata and Fugue”, commented by Workscanal. Instead of a traditional review, he opted to improvise a reflection the same way this piece serves as immersion in the musical world. Applaud!
*9:54 to skip*
AM: *Snores*
GANCHITO: Pss… Pss… Aitor… Aitor… Wake up… Wake up…
AM: Karlova, why did you leave me? Hey, I couldn’t sleep well last night. Let’s see the next piece, “Nutcracker Suite” by Pyotr… Ilyich… Tchaikovsky… reviewed by Pol… Domenench… Domenench?
*21:00 to skip*
AM: *Yawn* Are you still there? Woah, you surpassed my expectations.
SIR POKON: Again! Again!
AM: Sorry, but we must continue until the final or I go to jail for crime-electoral. He he, that was a rhyme! You will like the next, the most famous of the movie, “The Sorcerer's Apprentice” by Paul Dukas. No, we aren’t talking about Nicolas Cage’s film.
GANCHITO: *Laments*
AM: It will be reviewed by… recently taken from his Rincon*… LonkPlays! Applause!
*His show is called “El Rincón de LonkPlays”
AM: Assure that guy doesn’t get too excited…
*23:18 to skip*
REDDY: Uhm, sorry for being late! There has been a problem on Dimension 436. You know, kyavobes, everywhere!  You are making a Fantasia tribute here, no? Glad I came for “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”!
AM: Reddy, it’s over. We just finished it, buddy.
REDDY: Oh, great, I practiced my Mickey Mouse voice for nothing… Then, fuck you! Ho-ho!
*INTERMISSION*
BRODIMERT: They are halfway through, it isn’t as bad as I expected.
PANDEMIA: Wouldn’t be sad if someone broke their concert?
BRODIMERT: Are you going to intercede?
PANDEMIA: Not me, but we are going to send someone… to do something… Do you see our butler around?
BRODIMERT: No.
PANDEMIA: Because it’s invisible… like a ninja assassin… And that’s precisely what we are going to…
BRODIMERT: Chhst, it’s starting!
*31:16 to skip*
GANCHITO: Aitor, Aitor, we have a problem! The applauding machine has exploded!
AM: Ok, then, let’s try to repair it while the musicians practice.
GANCHITO: Fine.
AM: Catch this side, I will pick the other…
GANCHITO: This side?
AM: Yes, that side, that. Be careful with my hand… OUCH!
GANCHITO: Sorry, sorry!
AM: It was nothing, I’m cool, *inspires* careful, at the count of three…
GANCHITO: Ok, fine, relax. Are you okay?
AM: Yes, yes, don’t worry. Just count to three. One… two…
GANCHITO: And three!
AM: No, no, when I say three. OK?
GANCHITO: And three!
AM: When I say three, we pick up thee.
GANCHITO: He he, that rhymed.
AM: Forget about the rhymes.
GANCHITO: Let’s do this!
AM: One… two…
BOTH: And three!
AM: Okay, perfect, perfect, maintain it up! Agh, just a bit, Ganchito.
GANCHITO: I can’t rise it alone, remember that I’m quadruped!
AM: But cats always fall on their feet, maintain it up just a bit, just a moment, just a moment!
GANCHITO: It’s really heavy…
AM: It’s almost, Ganchito, almost there! Look, look, I have a screw!
GANCHITO: C’mon!!!!
(…)
AM: It’s over, it’s over. You can put it down, don’t worry. I’m tired!
GANCHITO: I’m also tired.
*Musicians laugh*
GANCHITO: Don’t laugh at us!
AM: Ok, we couldn’t repair the applauding machine, so we built another thing!
KEYGEN: Hi, my name is Keygen… KE-Y-GEN
GANCHITO: Ha ha ha, it speaks like when you call a telephone company and an outsider operator woman answers you.
AM: Ganchito, don’t discriminate! There are also operator men!
GANCHITO: On this scene, the orchestra director becomes crazy and starts talking with the Soundtrack.
AM: Or flirting with it, he is enjoying it too much.
*The director laughs too much*
AM: I can see you are naughty. Play the trumpet again.
*Trumpet*
AM: You do it so nicely… Tell me, do you like dubstep?
*Faggot*
KEYGEN: Keygen is excited, Keygen wants to fornicate.
GANCHITO: Okay, but you pay the dinner.
AM: “The Pastoral Symphony” by Ludwig van Beethoven, plese!
*42:08 to skip*
SIR POKON: Bravo, bravo, magnificent!
WAI: I’m sorry, Sir Pokon. But you are making too much noise. We have to take you to the exit.
SIR POKON: Don’t you have anything better to do, gentlemen?
LEMON EMON: Like what? Starring in my own videogame? *Laughs* that day will never come.
SIR POKON: If those are the rules, I’m going. But I will be back as soon as I buy this establishment.
AM: Interesting, now I’m really alone. I would escape, but it’s not well to leave a review halfway. Right now, “Dance of the Hours” by Amilcare Ponchielli reviewed by, wait a second, Guille the King, coma, suck this Jaime Ruiz. What?
-You can’t skip Guille
*Ok, you can, 43:21*
AM: Amazing, no contest, I can’t stand this anymore. Ganchito, the last piece is your responsibility, okay?
*The lights go out*
AM: Ganchito?
?: It’s wrong to leave a review halfway.
AM: Who said that?
?: That doesn’t matter. If you don’t finish your work, I will tell to the council and go to jail automatically. Return to the stage and bookend what you started for your own good.
AM: The last two pieces complement themselves, “Night on Bald Mountain” by Modest Mussorgsky and “Ave Maria” by Franz Schubert, both reviewed by the veteran Annoying Critic.
*45:58 to skip*
?: *Maniac laugh* A little help…
AM: Oh, I remember you, wait a second…
MAIDEN RIKU: Sorry, but we don’t accept in this party any hedgehog, recolor or fancharacter. Only original characters.
RAKZOL: Aha, I’m Rakzol the Killer.
MR: That’s another reason, why would we let a killer? Get out!
RAKZOL: And I came to kill you!
AM: Ok, just sent to the police. I told I am a woman, because they will only come if we say is genre violence.
RAKZOL: Genre violence… *ninja sounds* and number violence.
R2: Good one, Rakzol.
R1: Thanks, Rakzol!
AM: You speak just like those repressed teenager jerks who end all their phrases with emojis to give credibility and weight to what they say.
R1: *Cries*
R2: Well, look what you have done, you made Rakzol cry.
R1: Why is it so difficult to have friends and personality at the same time?
R3: Don’t cry, Rakzol, you have us.
AM: That’s right, Rakzol, let’s finish our job!
*A Rakzol clone is tied and disguised as AM*
R1: Great idea, Fat Rakzol!
AM: Why Fat Rakzol?
R1: Time to finish this… RAKZOL’S PUNCH!
*A very long punch*
R1: Aha, I’m a ninja. *laugh loop*
R2: I knew it, how could I possibly be so blind! Rakzol was always a disguised log!
R3: Are you saying that Rakzol wasn’t real?
R4: Boys, you are scaring me!
AM: I… Am I real?
R1: Why do we exist?
R2: Who made us?
R3: Is the universe infinite?
R4: Why do frontiers exist?
AM: Is there an afterlife?
R1: Which will be the last Simpsons season?
*They throw the log to AM*
R1: Did you think it was that easy to leave?
*The log becomes Rakzol*
R1: RAKZOL! You will pay for this, dross! Wait for it… a bit… I’m focusing energy… now, now, is going… just wait a… *Goofy scream*
R2: RAKZOL!
R3/4/AM: He has disguised again!
R2: This is getting bad. I will analyze you with my pinkeye. AUGH
R3: Agh, it’s disgusting!
R2: You can’t outsmart me, I’m a ninJa!
*A clone becomes a log*
R2: Aha, that was the fake one! Oh no, I didn’t learn yet the technique to stop the pinkeye!
R3: Rakzol!
*The eye twitches*
R3: It seems we just found the original Rakzol…
AM: You!
*Hammer Smith laughs*
RAKZOL: Okay, well played, you win this time. But please, don’t tell Pandemia I failed the mission! Or else…
AM: Or else what?
PANDEMIA: Catapu!
AM: It seems we finished for today.
GANCHITO: Aren’t you going to conclude the review, Aitor?
AM: How to conclude? The movie doesn’t even have an ending!  After “Ave Maria”, the musicians go without saying nothing like fucking bosses. Since I defeated a ninja assassin, I think I deserve a fucking boss moment too. So my job has been finished here!
GANCHITO:  Hey, I also had success! I think I will have “keyganchitos”.
AM: Slow down, Octopussy, you just met her!
SIR POKON: And I have just bought the establishment.
AM: Sorry, Sir Pokon, but we ended the contract.
DIR POKOM: You ended the contract with the Council of *thunder*, but not with me. I’m your boss now and I demand for a repetition of the concert as soon as possible.
AM: MMMPH, what could go even worse?
GUILLE THE KING: I mean, the ostriches enter dancing, I don’t understand that, how can they dance? They should return to the zoo!
OSCAR: I’m late, what happened?
AM&G: Oscar!
*Post-credits scene at 51:43*
MARTINET: Rakzol is taking too much time. Do you think he is all right?
BOXXI: Let’s see if he stops acting like an elite assassin.
MARTINET: Are you okay, Rakzol?
BOXXI: You couldn’t kill a fly. Have you learned your lesson?

RAKZOL: My eye hurts…

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