I Sold the Bunny
 
 
Studio: dizzybop
 
Review Count: 18
Average Rating: 4.94 stars
Genre: Comedy
Length: 2 minutes 4 seconds
 
Posted on: April 26, 2006
 
 
Film Description
I sold the bunny and now I'm worried...
music by dizzybop

I actually recorded the song a couple of years ago and that's my little Yamaha PSR keyboard pretending to be a piano. About 7 weeks into playing the TM game I had an exhilirating lightning strike of mental awareness - Hey! This game has bunnies in it! And I once sang a song about a bunny! - It only took a few more moments of rapid mental calculation to come up with the concept of a bunny movie. Although I would have liked to make the movie much more bizarre, the song was only 2 minutes long, so I saved up my energy for the movie I am working on now. It's a little comedy called "Chop Her Up With An Axe", that should leave you blood-splattered and laughing if I am successful, or vomiting in the sink if I am a failure. Let's hope for success.

Since you have read this far, let me urge you to watch my other movies. They are entertaining and I promise I don't sing in them, but I still haven't found any way to stop them from being a little bit strange.


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Featured Reviews
- big_fart

Wierd song but well done. Keyboard work was cooler than sh**. A very original idea and that made it perfect!

Posted on May 8, 2006
 
Reviews
- wazmaster5794

sorry i couldnt find the studio bookmark button in time to say it earlier but:

"I HAVE BOOKMARKED YOUR STUDIO"

ps-- where do you come up with these magnificently unoriginal masterpieces???? I must know!!! :) i dont have anymore movies for you to review but ill work on some more to export

Posted on June 10, 2006
- Trashman

That song was so bad its actually good haha.You know what I mean?:-)
I felt,as I was watching this,like I was in some sort of run-down lounge in the seedy part of town,and when you were finished I felt like putting a quarter in your glass hahahaha!
The only thing missing was the sound of 1 or 2 people clapping at the end lol
Looking forward to the movie you mentioned in your "about" section

btw,I can sing real bad,I like it.Its a gift when you do comedy I think haha:-)

Posted on May 29, 2006
- EvilGuy12

Ha ha!!! That was excellent!!! I am glad I never sold a bunny!

Posted on May 23, 2006
- heliopolister

I like that you referenced the "These pretzels are making me thirsty" line from Seinfeld. As we find out from the movie Roger and Me, bunnies are sold as "pets or meat." Let's hope that the plaintive cry of our singing protagonist is not for naught, and his worries prove to be unfounded when it is ascertained that the bunny is sold to be the latter.

Posted on May 13, 2006
- sebtiger

Wow-------That was great, you could sell that as a pick me up! It makes you feel so good. Shame about the bunny getting sold! he he!

Posted on May 11, 2006
- plowking

ok, had to say it but i rated this to just congradulate you on gettin blue man to 15th on comedy. Good vo in this, at first it was jus to send you coment on blue man but after watching whole thing, literaly, lol.

To think, two super hero movies coming out at the same time, then both make it to the top of comedy in days.

This is fun (:

Posted on May 11, 2006
- big_fart

Wierd song but well done. Keyboard work was cooler than sh**. A very original idea and that made it perfect!

Posted on May 8, 2006
- timorogowski

Great!*****

Please watch:
"Hot and Cold - Hei�? und Kalt", thx ;)

Gru�?
timorogowski

Posted on May 2, 2006
- VikingHillblly

Kinda bizarre, but it's cool that you wrote your own music. A true original.

Posted on May 1, 2006
- baas

GGGRRREEEAAATTT MOVIE!!!!!!!!
Thanks for the thumbnail tip!

Posted on April 30, 2006
- BamRyan

Haha, so funny! A great song, and it fitted the movie well. Wonderfully done!

PS: Im sorry for not putting up a movie in a while, but i have been busy with school, soccer, and some higly unappropiate cow-experimenting (you dont wanna know)...

Posted on April 29, 2006
- Silverfin

HA HA, that was brilliant, i never thought of doing a kind of musical, I have a new film called western wars, (soz, but at a certain scene the VO was cut by accident)

Posted on April 29, 2006
- TheCountess

Hello Dizzy! I'm glad you found your way to my warstudio. Great to see someone else who tries to make his own moviemusic. Me too is trying to make my own music. My next movie will contain only selfmade music. It is soon to be released. I bookmarked your studio so I dont loose valuable tips for moviemaking ;-).

Posted on April 29, 2006
- Danssi

This was great idea to put that music in your movie! The music was so great that I started to sing it!

Posted on April 29, 2006
- pegleg

Now I've just read some of the other reviews and it's difficult to write anything different. I would like to thank you though for offering everyone on TMO an interesting and highly original movie with a song which fits the musis perfectly. If thats you singing and your own music I applaud you. Still trying figure out the breast scene though!
Sorry if my movie bought back memories, your thong on your head you say? If they'd have been singing that song I might have had to laugh though. Cheers for your review.

Posted on April 27, 2006
- StokeStudios

Well I've seen lots of movies on TMO, but never seen anything quite like that! I congratulate you on the formidable soundtrack, (did you write and play it too?), really well-done and decidedly funny. With almost every scene fitting the music lyric, it flowed beautifully, making me laugh out loud!
Before watching it, I thought you're going to have a hard job following a movie as good as 'The Man Who Ate Little Girls', but you have, nice work!

Posted on April 26, 2006
- radioactivemanphilc

I liked that. Could you rate some of my movies please?

Posted on April 26, 2006
- adodger

That was... Interesting. Seriously, I enjoyed. Very surreal.

Just to clarify my rating, I seldom give five stars. Three is my typical level, so if I give a movie four I thought it was well above average.

Posted on April 26, 2006