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Logorama is an Oscar-nominated short film by François Alaux and Herve de Crecy about a world populated entirely by corporate logos. The peace of daily life in this world is shattered when a deranged, murderous corporate mascot is spotted by the police. Warning: adult language

Video Link via The Presufer | Official Website

Boring. By the time we got to the profanity-laden Pulp Fiction conversation, I gave up. The description at the link gave the plot away.
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it was alright

i don't understand why cgi movies have to be so gimmicky though? the field is dominated by a singular idea of what to strive for. visual puns and silly hijinks.

so lame
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I think it's nice video. But why there is logo of "VR" in there? It made me confused, because VR is an finnish railway company. Unlike the other logos not so big and global brand or company.

On the other hand there is no Nokia logo. Another well-known finnish brand.
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Overlong pulp-fictionry animation, but it has its moments. The "parental advisory" under the jolly green giant's leaf skirt elicited a LOl moment for me.
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it is soulless and lame like everyone said before.
really dont see the point of having all the logos on every objects. like all the other 3d animations it is all about techinque and cliche and to get a job in the motion graphic/game/movie market.
art? this is not.
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