And that is the end of another episode of YouTubers React! Hide Media Preview Submit Comment. I watch this all the time! While not his longest running production, at the time "Rejected" was Don's most behind-schedule and wildly out of control project. It's an interview with 2 characters with incredibly low self-esteem after going on an blind date along with clips from the blind date itself complete with all the dull, awkward silence and small talk.
Don Hertzfeldt: the best animator you've never heard of
This is my favorite one. They're just too over-the-top, no one would think this would make a commercial. Their eyes will go, gooooosh and their hair will be irritated with the wrong kind of shampoo and they will make sad pouting faces with their little mouths forming perfect O's as in, wooooooo! I mean, this reminds me a lot of TomSka. And that is the end of another episode of YouTubers React! Posted over 11 years ago edited over 11 years ago Quote Permalink.
Rejected Cartoons | ForgeHub
If you enjoyed this episode, make sure that you subscribe to all of the channels. The family channel ones didn't get much of a response from me, but the advertisments? The legends later found new life when "Rejected" was due for its American television premiere, uncut and commercial free, on the Cartoon Network in Hertzfeldt's method of making grand existential statements with almost recklessly modest means has made his cinematic oeuvre one of the most fascinating and enjoyable of all contemporary American directors. If you were to look at him, you would explode.
Audible Download Audio Books. The last short film he made, entitled The Meaning of Life, tackled nothing less than the nature of organic life in the known universe, addressing the painstaking development of the human form through a series of often highly amusing Darwinian transmutations. Quite frankly, soundboards bore me a little, but since I love Rejected, I liked this one more than most. But apparently, they are not related. MissDisney will you take me to gang practice? Click here to watch clip. Aside from telling them to go to hell Hertzfeldt is rigorously anti-commercial , he produced this snarky retort in which we're given the apocryphal TV commercials he made for these companies, but — for obvious reasons — were instantly rejected.