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    Senior Member Shaun Patrick's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trunks4200
    LOL.

    I just showed my wife this and while she thought it was funny, she would like to add that the guy in the blue shirt had "gorgeous eyes."

    Just thought I'd let you all know.
    Ha Ha...awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taubkin
    It's not an effort thing, it's a format thing.

    Who is the main character in this? What does he want? What does he get? Did he change in any way? What actually happened during this?

    Nothing happened, so why is it funny? Its an absurd situation around two regular guys (so as they communicate, we get to know how they feel - but it could be only one regular guy) and things are funny while we as an audience join the bits of the puzzle and find out about the absurd.

    Don't get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with that. In fact that takes a good dose of intelligence and screencraft to accomplish.

    But honestly, it is one joke, one situation and nothing more. There is no progression, or character development, and it lasts two minutes, precisely because only this joke could not last any longer.

    Maybe nobody cares if this seems like a sketch or a film, or a fabule or a rhapsody... I'm perfeclty ok with that. To me it felt like a TV sketch, and that is all.
    Under this assumption, Kevin Smith's "Clerks" is one giant sketch, and yet it works very well. Not everthing has to follow a formula to be successful.
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    Everyone,

    Be sure to check out the official BRAINS! website and watch the extended version:

    www.misplacedplanet.com/brains/

    Plus, if you're so inclined, you can subscribe to the official Misplaced Planet podcast, which is featuring BRAINS! this month.

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    We have no life...

    Check out our official "For Your Consideration" ads:

    http://www.misplacedplanet.com/brains/trade_ads.html

    or you can go to the official "Brains!" site and click on the "Publicity" button:

    http://www.misplacedplanet.com/brains

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    Resurrecting an old thread BUT...

    BRAINS!! is blowing up on MySpace right now:

    http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...oid=1170431764

    over 30,000 views over the last two days

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    I just watched this again yesterday (waiting for LoveFest). I love it. BRAINS!!!!


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