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Tyche

I like how you did not need many words to still show the story.

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THE PRINCESS AND THE WITCH

The art is great, you don't need much to still tell a good story. The music is played all around, in some parts it just doesn't fit like in act 2 and the princess was dead.

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2

There doesn't seem to be a more compelling story ark. Some of the sound effects and music feels forced. You should use less.

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Salacia

I like how the main character isn't able to use a vital ingredient which causes them to make a friend. What happens if the gem breaks? Nothing bad is shown. You should show something bad happening from it.

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Way Home- full storyreel

I like how you use Lily's emotions to help tell the story. Is the planet full of water? If it is, how does the creature stay alive in the ship.

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Week 8 coraline hetrick

I like the use of sounds to tell what is happening. I was still confused on the act 2 though. A bit of voiceover would still help.

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Turtle Journey, Act 1, Act 2, Act 3

I think the emotion of the story is fear and new things. I think the moral of the story is that everyone has their own views and that affects how they think.

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Bookworms Travel back home Act 1,2,&3

I think the emotion of this story is curiosity. I think the emotion of the story is that friends are good and helpful.

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Leaf dude finale

I think the emotion of this story is emotional. I think it drags on too much and starts get boring. I think the moral of the story is to never give up.

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Acts 1, 2, and 3 storyreel

I think the emotion of this movie is comedic. I think the moral of the story is to be grateful for what you have.

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ALL ACTS--ANIMATION

This seems to be a comedic movie. I think the moral of the story is to believe in yourself.

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Charlie/Intrusive Thoughts Story - Acts 1,2, and 3

I think that the moral is to believe and be confident in yourself.

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Act 1 & 2

I like how a 7th dimensional being still has human emotions. How did the boy see Ent at first?

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Spaceship Boy Act 1/2

I like how it is just him and the robot. Why is the baby sent to the spaceship?

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Act 1&2

I like how everyday he is still hoping to be big and care-free. How did the girl know the tree could hear her?

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Po ACT 1&2

I like how he bakes like he used to so he can visit his. daughter. Nothing is confusing to me.

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Act 1 & 2

I like how an everyday thing now causes fear to Alex. How do the shadows change how society works in this world? Could you show how other peoples lives change.

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Trail of tears

I like how there is a clear motive. Why is the village crowded?

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Jonathon Q. Sniffer: Story Spine.

I like how the carrots pop out of the ground.

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Ahmik

I like how it seems that the main character is similar to us.

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ACT 1 (PO)

I like how you convey the story without words. You should still have some words so it is a little more clear.

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Gold Rush

I like how you make something common different. How was he able to find so much gold?

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Act 1

What happened after the storm? you could go into more detail.

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Act 1 story

I like how there is a character for anxiety. How does the anxiety get trapped. Does it have a body?

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Jonathon Q. Sniffer

I loke how it is carrots so its not too complex. What if the famer just picks Jon and eats him?

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