Year Released: 2003
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 10 minutes
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A cartoon character tears himself free from his birth page only to appear in the 3D world as a claymation character. One problem though, the artist forgot to give the character any genitalia. A problem easily solved. The character picks up a pen and draws himself a massive hooter, which in turn unfurls a big, floppy donkey dick between his legs. But it looks like someone has a bad case of penis envy as another character from the same page, a mean looking medieval warrior type sumbitch, comes to claymated life and hacks off the crude appendage. So begins a desktop battle that reveals which is mightier – pen, sword, or penis.
Who doesn’t love claymation? It’s like saying you don’t like ice cream. What Nazi would admit to that? “Paper Cut” is a total crowd pleaser, a wonderfully animated film with one hell of a wrap up. However, with as much floppy dick this short swings about, younger audiences may want to pretend that these characters are elephants.
Posted on September 14, 2004 in Reviews by Eric Campos
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