字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Okay! Bring on the rip-offs! (Boo laugh) *Welcome* to a world of jumbled CG... Rambling, disjointed dialogue... And stories that would be an insult to the legally insane! Welcome to the nightmare that is Mockbusters! Many cartoons will pay homage to an original piece of animation -- like follow-ups from Toy Story --then there's just... these 20 cent budget imitation rip-offs that shamelessly attempt to capitalize on the well-intentioned grandma! So let's check out the "Top 10 Worst Animated MockBusters" We'll revisit some old animation, as well as check out some new animation. Also, halfway through making the video, I noticed that another channel had aready covered this list recently. I was thinking of cancelling production... But decided that, hopefully, my list can offer at least a bit of a different perspective. Anyway... Onto the countdown! For number 10... "The Little Panda Fighter" They're ripping off "Kung-Fu Panda" -- My advisor said you might not know what movie it's ripping off. That advisor is now fired. This one was produced by the notorious Vídeo Brinquedo, an *evil* Brazillian Direct-to-DVD company! Intent on swindling *every* grandma in the Bingo Studio! Where to start with "Panda Fighter?" We have music that sounds more like a piano being smashed with a sledgehammer than it does a coherent tune! *sledgehammer on piano!* Strider: And of course, lip syncing was never even considered for a second! Screw timing it right! Just out that "Kung-Fu Panda" look-alike out before grandma puts her specs on! "Little Panda Fighter" stars the... Moldy, heaping blob of CG... Known as.. "Pancada"... And in order for the creator to show off his ability to use the photoshop filters.. Pancada turns his dojo into... A disco... All the faces look very uncanny and strange in this *one* frozen expression! Because most of the time they couldn't be bothered to animate a face different than... "about to pass gas in the Vatican." The only plus? The English Dub tried *desperately* to save this flaming car heap! By giving a performance that... wouldn't make your gut wrench! Pancada: Sorry Mr. Polaris I guess I must've drifted off for a second. Strider: But this is one car heap that had to be left to smolder. And coming in at number nine... "What's Up" Okay, take a guess at what *this one* is ripping off! "Coincidentally" enough, it was produced the same year as "Up!" Almost as though it *MIGHT* have got a *little* inspiration from it! What a surprise! It's from out old friends Vídeo Brinquedo. Another amazing coincidence! It is my belief that Brinquedo never actually expected anyone to watch this. They just figured they'd throw a bunch of discombobulated CG together -- Assuming everyone would get to the DVD menu, realize their horrible mistake, and throw the DVD into the fire! Half the time, "What's Up" doesn't even bother moving characters or animation. It's filled with these long, awkward moments of complete silence! Some guy: Young lady in our city, Amanda. It's like the voice actors *stopped* to lament their life decisions while reading the script! The dialogue seems to have been written out in 10 minutes by someone who seemed to have a *very* distant grasp on the English language. Our starring voice cast include[s] Michelle Gabriel -- Who starred in "Comrades" and "What's Up," the movie we're currently watching. And that's it! That is literally the only actor listed for this movie! My guess is that anyone else involved in this project demanded to have their identities kept secret! For fear of never working again. I heard the voice actor for Eggman in there too... But I'm guessing I did permanent damage to his career just by stating that. Unless you're planning on using it as a paperweight, leave "What's Up" lying in the bargain bin for all eternity! And for number 8... "Kiara the Brave" Welcome to the dreamzone! This hideous abomination of the animation universe is brought to you by Smita Maroo. From.. Mumbai. Now when you see this, you might think you're looking up the nose of your local carwash guy. But it actually turns out we're looking at Kiara the Brave's eyesore of a city. And her.. modernly dressed people. Despite being set in the medieval times. And the wizard has a laptop because... Don't all wizards have a laptop? I don't blame the animators or voice actors, they're probably fresh out of school, desperate for a first project. But these characters really are some of the most misshapen dregs of animation I've ever seen. The characters jump and chop around the screen like Vanellope somehow glitched their animation software. Occasionally, when the 7 planets align, the lip syncing will almost match what was originally said. Kiara is plastered all over the advertising, but she doesn't actually seem to have that many appearances in the movie. Almost as hough they were just capitalizing on another franchise! No! Surely never! They ever rip-off *JESUS* too! That's just.. WOW. I-I guess sticking Jesus on your movie would allow more.. brand recognition? I can never tell with "Kiara the Brave" if I'm looking at a broken CRT monitor or just a really ugly china doll. Either way, these things are going to haunt my nightmares for weeks! And the seventh worst animated mockbuster is... "Leo Lion: King of the Jungle" Fresh from the streets of South Korea comes... Jet Lag Productions. And they're here to give us the most repugnant defacing of "The Lion King" we can imagine. Jet Lag Productions also brings us such classics as... "Cinderella" "Sleeping Beauty" "Snow White" "Hercules" "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" Jeebus.. they, uh, they really got this formula down-pat, don't they? They just recreate the box cover for every popular Disney movie, and then put something *resembling* a cartoon inside it. After all, once they're playing it, they've obviously already bought it. So who cares? You remember that endless assault on your senses that was "Felix the Cat the Movie?" Well this new middle finger to the cartoon industry rivals even "Felix the Cat!" The visuals are so lazy and unpleasant to look at that watching paint dry will suddenly seem like a refreshing, thrilling experience! If you must touch this *deformed* "Lion King" lookalike, do it with a 10 foot pole! And coming in at number 6... "Jungle Book" by our old friends Jet Lag Productions. This is "Jungle Book" in the most insulting sense of the [name] possible. I'm just gonna call it "Jet Lag Jungle Book." Because the most entertaining part of the movie is the company that made it. It kinda gives me the thought of flying away from bad movies like this. Jeebus! IS THAT MEANT TO BE MOGLI!? He looks like he's been possessed by a bizarre alien body-snatcher! There's little to say about this one. "Jet Lag Jungle Book" is essentially the... "I can't believe it's not 'Jungle Book' that was universally banned as a visual poison by the FDA!" And just to kick me twice in the nads... They make these poor voice actors sing their broken scripts out. To ensure every child was screaming at their TV to stop! There's just.. *nothing* to say about the plot! You know who Mogli is *vaguely* meant to be, as well as Balloo and Bagira.. Go watch Disney's "Jungle Book" or the live action remake. But by all means, do not watch "Jet Lag Jungle Book!" And the fifth *worst* animated mockbuster is... "The Frog Princess" Made by, you guessed it, Brinquedo. Or no! They reversed the two words in the title! You mean this *isn't* "Princess and the Frog?" How do they keep fooling me like this? "The Frog Princess" somehow ended up being the most *bland* of the mockbusters. With our *entire* 40 minute story taking place in two rooms! As our highly shallow, dead-eyed princess quarrels with the king, and a frog. For 40 minutes. Frog: You don't need to be afraid, my lady. Strider: There... really is nothing else to the story. Their expressions, or posture, or animation don't actually change. We have.. two(?) voice actors for this movie? One lady and, once again 4Kids Eggman.* *Sorry, man. King: Now please prepare yourself to meet Prince Ziriqueedem. Strider: The two scenes for "The Frog Princess" seem to include... The princess in her room... And in the dining room We never actually get to see outside the castle, but I suspect we're not missing out on *that* much. And for number four... "Little Princess School" What can you even say about a movie that can't be bothered to animate a flag flickering for more than 2 frames? "Little Princess School" attempts to capitalize on, what else(?), the Disney Princess Market. All the little princesses go to princess school so they can learn to be.. beautiful... That doesn't even make legitimate sense in a sentence! If your third grade teacher heard you using that kind of grammar, you'd get a severe talking to after class! Produced by Morningstar Entertainment. I'd like to once again say that the most fascinating parts of these movies are the bizarre names of the companies churning them out. This time the creators just said, "Screw it! Maybe if we stick something resembling the princesses in 1 movie... Surely, someone's *bound* to mistake one of them for the real thing!" I think even the criminally insane could tell the difference between -- *THIS* Disney princess -- and the flat-faced garbage pale imitation princesses we have here. Like all good mockbusters, the animation just stutters about. And the voice acting seems to be in a completely different *universe* to the actual animation occurring! Abomination 1: Look! Even the stones are running away from us! (Rambling that seems to cause Strider to express more pain than "Hannah Montana.") Strider: WHAT AM I EVEN WATCHING!? It's even a bad message! Mostly about the princesses' strange, foreign, awkward, alien methods to get guys to kiss them. Pale Abomination: You're right, it's strange. Strider: Does the demographic for "Little Princess School"even know what a kiss is?