Friday, December 8, 2017

Creepmas 2017 Day 8: Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa

I feel this has to be a troll movie, but here are the supposed facts per

Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa is a musical CGI Christmas TV movie from Wolf Tracer Studios Inc. and J Rose Productions and directed by Colin Slater that aired on The WB on November 25, 2002. It was never aired again after that due to it being critically panned. As a result, it was lost for 13 years until it was found and uploaded online.

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Why It Sucks

  1. Very low animation quality, especially the characters' movements.
  2. Abysmal CGI that could give an early PSone game a run for its money. The character models are blocky and look unfinished with awkward facial expressions and backgrounds that look really ugly.
  3. Lazy lip-synching.
  4. Unoriginal storyline typical of many christmas movie. (I would add a non-sensical storyline, with loads of unbelievable dialog)
  5. Stereotypical characters.
  6. Horrid songs.
  7. Loads of filler.
  8. The main character Grandma speaks in a jumbled up and backwards manner, yet the characters can all understand her. This was an error or glitch that was never noticed.
  9. The film wastes the voice talents of Jodi Benson, Paige O'Hara, Nancy Cartwright, Grey DeLisle and Mark Hamill, as he only appears in two scenes with only eight lines.

1 comment:

  1. I like the rather creepy version of Good King Wenceslaus in the opening. But yes - this is pretty bad.