December 4, 2010 by Post Team
Doug Cartoon, Doug, this cartoon Nickelodeon beet-fed from the 90s, pumped full of bored children even before they knew that wander and ponder the inevitability of life was a viable option to spend an afternoon. Rightly, this trailer for a movie house Doug false feature turns the story of Doug Funni as an indie film Moody along the Garden State: Doug returns to Bluffington after college and struggles to recover its niche:
Note the liberal use of makeup colors, inclusion of flashback scenes of memorable, and pulled free of an iPad. (I guess Bluffington got an Apple store.) The Internet has become a viable platform for the consolidation of childhood nostalgia, and the resulting videos are quick to go viral.
Even half-formed characters from our past can be given new life. Note this live-action short film Pacman said the point of view of ghosts, and even video games with no plot are entitled to a second consideration:
For most, however, these videos have become an exercise in novelty. The Star Wars Uncut project is the best known-Episode IV was put together using user-submitted videos of 15 seconds. It’s fascinating, if not exhausted, a bit like that movie Legend of Zelda fan-made movie. Be grateful for the video Doug is just a few minutes.
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