Tale of a Toy Monkey - Rise of the Toys Teaser
Directed by: Ben Rice
Released: June 2005
Preview While this teaser for 'Tale of a Toy Monkey - Rise of the Toys' is definitely not the very best I've seen, it's still not a bad preview of things to come. Camera movements are smooth, scenery good, and the character animation isn't too shabby, but something is lacking. It doesn't seem to have the appeal a good preview should have. The attempt at making shadows was creative but poorly engineered. The hand-made characters are cleverly designed, showing characteristics of both real and cartoon characters. The worse part of it though, is the sound quality. Although better than most movies on the site, it seems a little choppy and the music doesn't fit right. If you don't mind me making a suggestion for this movie, I think the sound quality would be 100% better if you wrote a voice script and got the music you needed and recorded it all at once. Even if it's a 30 minute to an hour movie, it would be worth the time investment. I wouldn't use the default sound effects either, if you want sound effects record them when you record the voices and music. Just be creative. For example, to make a noise like a person walking just get a few loafers and tap them on a desk or a few 2" wooden blocks tapped on a metal garbage can lid would make a great sound effect for someone crawling in the vents of a building. Just a suggestion. Review by Peter Marise.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Tale of a Toy Monkey - Rise of the Toys Teaser [1.69 MB]
Talk Music
Directed by: Roger Wakeman
Released: July 2000
Preview The first of this silly talk show type thing... I'm guessing it was inspired by Wayne's World with the place being video taped out of his basement... right. This is a funny series. A good show to start it off.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Talk Music [970 KB]
Talk Music 2
Directed by: Roger Wakeman
Released: July 2000
Preview Better then the first one, simply because... well... I don't know, just watch it and you'll probably feel the same way. I can't really say much more... just it's funny - more slapstick comedy. Nice handmade scenes and good animation.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Talk Music 2 [2.27 MB]
Talk Music 3
Directed by: Roger Wakeman
Released: January 2001
Preview Nice scenery and animation. Funny talk-show with lots of slapstick and other comic humor. Great sound effects add to the comedy. Very amusing and clearly audible. A mix of WAV music (which is well-chosen) and 3dmm MIDI use (a bit disappointing). Overall, an enjoyable effort and here's looking forward to Talk Music 4.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Talk Music 3 [3.38 MB]
Tanked Society
Directed by: Anthony Boyle
Released: January 2000
Preview A brilliant but strange old movie from Anthony here. He is an amazing director who uses very original techniques, and this film is no exception. The very colourful scenery is a nice change from the dark city stuff that we usually see. The plot is fairly deep but confused me incredibly near the end. It needs a couple of viewings to appreciate it fully, and stands out seeing how old it is. It was a very entertaining watch and I recommend that you see it.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Tanked Society [6.71 MB]
Target Practice
Directed by: JC
Released: December 2002
Preview A pointless action movie, which has below average scenery and voices. But it is fun to watch and not too boring. So it does get extra marks, shame about the ending.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Target Practice [880 KB]
Tealcs Goodbye
Directed by: Stanley Pennant
Released: March 2001
Preview This movie is pretty damn impressive considering that it took him an hour. He made it because his parents are stopping him using the internet and making him do work. Well Stan you're a good director and it's so sad to hear you've gone. He returns once in awhile when he can get online somewhere. This movie is decent enough, but it does the job of makling him look cool 'saving' the community from a flood.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Tealcs Goodbye [711 KB]
Teh Epic Episode 1
Directed by: Justin Wawrzonek, Mike Belfance
Released: August 2003
Preview Now THIS was good! I'll start off by saying that the animation in this is great. Smooth and near flawless. I mean if only more people put some thought into animating something as simple as walking... But yes, very good animation, which I'm a great fan of. Scenery wise, excellent use was made of Frankie's expansion. The forest was a tad crowded, but I think it was supposed to be like that. The voices were very good, (it's freakin Tuna, whaddaya expect?) except the Squire's got kinda annoying... but meh. Music suited it too, though a bit recognisable. Just... a bit... *koff* So yes. The jokes weren't 'rotfl' funny, but a steady enough stream of them came that I was constantly grinning. The story itself is somewhat cliche, but I dont think anyone's gotten tired of it yet. Well not me at least. So yes, this'll be a series, and I'm definetly going to be following it. Download now!
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Teh Epic Episode 1 [4.83 MB]
Terror in the East Coast: Part 1
Directed by: Joey Cosmos
Released: September 2002
Preview I'm always a little skeptical about movies released in 'parts'. I have experienced, on several occasions, directors promising the following episode(s) to a movie, only to discover that they never materialise. Anyhow, another movie from Joey that isn't too shabby.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Terror in the East Coast: Part 1 [1.07 MB]
Texan Silly Boys
Directed by: Ben Wheele
Released: November 2000
Preview An absolute romperstomper from Ben Wheele: this debut episode marks the beginning of what looks like a marvelous series. From the opening movie company intros, the mood was set for a blockbuster that was a blend of blood and belly-laughs. It is about two guys who meet up and become involved in conflict. Blahblahblah. The story doesn't make too much sense really - though you can get the main sense of what is going on - however it's just one of those 3dmm works that you can sit back and enjoy the eye-candy without thinking hard while having a chuckle along the way. From nice-looking scenery and locales to superb gunplay, this is awesome. And only the beginning of a series. I know that I'm certainly looking forward to it.
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Texan Silly Boys [1.49 MB]
Texan Silly Boys 2
Directed by: Ben Wheele
Released: June 2003
Preview Texan Silly Boys 1 was awesome. Ever since its release a couple of years ago I have been looking forward to the release of this second part in the "series" for more pointless action, guns and comedy. Number 2 didn't disappoint... Highly original humor, fantastic animation and funky qwerks throughout. I particularly liked Gustave's conscience suggesting to do something ridiculous all the time and the 'Power Head' - you'll understand when you see it... As in the first movie, the story makes very little sense, here's the general idea; a bunch of guys get some guns out the ground, blow some stuff up, shoot some people, Gustave gets arrested (because of his conscience telling him to go and slap the police officer), a bust out of jail followed by some more blowing up. Its great! Ben's choice was music was excellent and well suited to every situation. The scenery is candy to the eyes and well composed as we've come to expect from Ben AND if that wasn't enough Ben, the little tease, tells us to watch out for Aaarnishoz 2 right at the end. Arg! I for one can't wait...
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Texan Silly Boys 2 [5.09 MB]
Thief, The
Directed by: Jon Sapone
Released: October 1998
Preview Just in time for Christmas, Jon has revamped the movie 'The Thief' which comes with 3DMM adding handmade scene angles, camera movement and a different ending improving things considerably. He could have made things go for a bit longer maybe.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
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Thing
Directed by: Santiago Miglionico
Released: February 2003
Preview Made in 30 minutes, this is poo! A couple of random action/death scenes.
Overall rating: 1/10 Download
Thing [111 KB]
Thing in Bryn's Wall, The
Directed by: Bryn Doherty
Released: November 2000
Preview A pretty darn creepy little creature feature this. Much better than Kikky & Squeak; Bryn should direct horror films more often. Good use of suspense right up until the ... err, bloody good conclusion.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Thing in Bryn's Wall, The [494 KB]
Thorn 3
Directed by: Dave Smith
Released: October 2000
Preview Horror's seem to be very rare in 3dmm, and usually result with very dire results. Despite this, this horror is one of the best, but there's quite a lot of downsides to this. Such as the voice acting, the people would "scream" out in a very monotone voice thus reducing the horror feel. The effects are good though, and the scenery is good all round.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Thorn 3 [3.75 MB]
Thorn 4
Directed by: Dave Smith
Released: December 2000
Preview An OK horror movie. It's refreshing to have the villain kill everyone outright with no mercy. I always hate it when the goodies manage to slip away an shit. Unfortunately the movie is just too averagely directed. Better sound effects would have helped alot. It's difficult to do horrors in 3dmm so it's nice when people give it a go.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Thorn 4 [5.34 MB]
Toilet Humor
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: January 2000
Preview A piece of classic 3dmm history, but in comparison, just doesn't compare to part duex. The scenery was good enough for it's day and Redwampa cleverly came up with some clever quirks to hide the fact that he had basically been lazy with it in places. My favorite was when, "Lack of scenery due to budget cuts" was printed on the screen. Sound-wise the movie was ok'ish - Star War is an obvious favorite - but I found that I was struggling to hear the characters voices lots of the time. The mindless 'comedy' got a little tiresome after a while and the fact that I found it hard to understand what people were saying made it even worse. Saying that though, the Star war invasion was very well done with some nice special effects. If you haven't seen either of the 2 movies in this series, then it is strongly recommend that you star with this one.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Toilet Humor [8.02 MB]
Toilet Humor 2
Directed by: Redwampa
Released: September 2001
Preview In short; this is a simply fantastic movie. It's the closest I've seen any 3dmm movie get to the feel and atmosphere of real films. From the outset it starts well with a lively and comedic 'Jaws' parody, and then proceeds into the main movie. This movie is very much a sequel to 'Toilet Humor' and so it is pretty much essential that you have seen that before this as you will get alot more out of it. Like in the first installment, there were a couple of sound syncing issues. To be fair though, this isn't Redwampa's fault. Computers have got a lot faster since this movie was made and now, especially with the arrival of XP, this problem is even more so apparent. But regardless of these little niggles there are actually no other real flaws with the movie. The scenery and animation is of what you expect from Redwampa: perfect, and it still has the best motorbike scene of any 3dmm movie. I think it's fair to say that this is certainly one of the best movies ever. There's no question about it, everyone should 'own' this movie.
Overall rating: 10/10 Download
Toilet Humor 2 [16.47 MB]
Toll Free
Directed by: Santiago Miglionico, Jeremy Dick
Released: April 2004
Preview It's been in the making for a bloody long time. I remember Santiago sending me a load of what he had done on this movie back at the end of 2002. I believe that then, it wasn't a joint venter - Santiago was working on this movie alone. Well since then, Jeremy Dick has joined the directing cast. Having been in production for quite some time, I was quite excited about it's release, especially as I had seen some promising stuff quite early on. Unfortunately, it fell short of what I had hoped for. The basis of the movie is how a 'children in Africa need help' advertisement is nothing more than a huge scam. It started off being relatively funny and quite clever but as it progressed it became less and less witty and and even more unclear. Eventually it became nothing more then a senseless shoot-em-up. Technically the movie is good; scenery and animation is above par, it's just a shame that I lost interest towards the end. Overall - not great, but definitely worth a look.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Toll Free [4.12 MB]
Tom's Birthday
Directed by: Fredrick Arnoy, Jorrit Stuifmeel
Released: July 2003
Preview Shot in EP City - setting of the Powerplay films, this movie celebrates Tom Saville's birthday and jokes around. Very good scenes, animation and comedy. The voices are of a very high standard. A good 'laff.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Tom's Birthday [425 KB]
Tosser, The
Directed by: Scott Mehafey
Released: July 2000
Preview I don't mind a bit of dirty humor in 3dmm movies as long as it's not TOO sick. This one is nicely animated, short and funny. Thumbs up. Easy to understand what this film is about judging by its title. Nice scenes and animation.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Tosser, The [337 KB]
Totalitarian Blueberry, The
Directed by: Warren Wagner
Released: April 2005
Preview This entire movie was written and created in 4 days. Set in black and white it tells a funny story about a guy making a huge deal over a blueberry on the floor in front of him. Warren's sense of humor is... interesting, yet is still enough to make you laugh at something so random. The scenery was pretty simple and all in black and white thanks to the magic of v3dmm. I noticed that a lot of detail was a quite badly constructed, but there is/was nothing major to complain about. There were some nice references to his obsession with the blueberry littered throughout the movie. The voice acting was also pretty decent. It had lots of expression, Sammy did a great job with that. The animations... well there wasn't really anything actually "animated" apart from the blueberry getting squashed, but on the whole it was fairly simple. Overall, I enjoyed this funny yet, very random movie. For those in need of a quick laugh, download and you might find that you enjoy it. Review by Ben Rice.

The Totalitarian Blueberry is a concept move, so it won't be getting the full-out review, just so you know. Blueberry boasts a custom palette and soliloquy based humour to carry it along. While a good setup for a concept movie, and certainly impressive given it was created and completed in 4 days, it suffers from stale camera angles and fairly obvious dialogue. A man is obsessive-compulsive, and is bothered by those little things in life, and boy does he let us know it. Wagner seems to know all the ins and outs needed to portray this sort of disorder, but his writing is heavy-handed, optioning for the obvious rather than the subtle. The internal monologue works well enough for its purposes, but it lacks the opportunity for the audience to figure out the problem. This would make a great scene inside a movie, I suppose, once the audience has learned more about the character at hand. Then there might be more of a chance to find out the problem rather than have it fed to you. The movie is presented with a custom colour palette, boasting the technical powers of v3DMM. The only colour is blue, a device borrowed from such movies as Schindler's List, Pleasantville, and Sin City. It works well for the storytelling purposes. The bother is some of the camera angles become overly repetitive. In some movies, it's good to have the camera move, in some it's not, but this isn't one of them. For some scenes it works well, but others scream for some panning effects. There is one zoom that utilises the cam-pan feature of 7gen, but it comes off as jerky in the end. Warrens style is all there, though. This movie succeeds because the lack of camera movements clearly feels like the director's intent, not just some lazy method of moviemaking. The camera belongs to Wagner, and it shows. From an artistic perspective, I disagree, but he doesn't. The star of the show is the custom palette. The implementation really adds to the feeling of being inside the character's head in ways that otherwise would have necessitated much more work. Other than that, the visuals are pretty basic. The concept is key here, and because of it, one can ignore the 2000-like visuals. Two words: Sammy Sagitarius. Sammy's delivery of Wagner's script is spot-on, and, I'm sure, just what the director ordered. Sammy draws the audience in with the sometimes frenzied tone of the character. His portrayal helps to build towards a climax, as he starts of calm, but slowly descends into further madness before completely freaking out at the end. It's hard to form a full-length review on this sort of movie, so I didn't try to. Blueberry is a solid concept piece, but lacks in cinematic aspects. It's a worthy download to see a short, funny, and effective demonstration for v3DMM. Review by Andrew Salter.

Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Totalitarian Blueberry, The [3.46 MB]
Toymaker, The
Directed by: Dopp
Released: July 2001
Preview I, like many, often find that the most simplistic of stories are the most effective. The recent Disney and Pixar movie 'The Incredibles' is an excellent example of the point I am trying to make. You don't need a complex plot with sub-stories and deep underlying twists; you don't need a huge character cast and you certainly don't need eyeball melting visual candy (well, ok - The Incredibles fails on this criteria). What I'm trying to say is that 'back to basics' is often better than loosing yourself in a mist of unnecessary complications. When 'The Toy Maker' was released in mid-2001, it quickly became one of my favorite 3dmm movies. I must have watched it in the region of 20 times now, and when I revisited it the other day it still worked it's magic. I'm not usually a fan of this sort of movie but for some inexplicable reason this one presses all the right buttons. All the cogs are in the right places; it's winning combination of cast, story and sound just make it flow. The animation and scenery isn't bad - a little bland in places, but there are some nice early shadow effects emerging. I'm not saying that everyone will love this movie, because I'm sure there are people who wont - this is an opinion after all. I just hope everyone will be able to appreciate the movie for what it is - simplistic yet brilliant.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Toymaker, The [1.36 MB]
Train Trip - Part 1
Directed by: Ryan Rubinello
Released: March 1998
Preview Ryan 1996 classic, and the first of two parts in the now-famous Train Trip series. For some reason I get the feeling that Ryan was planning on a sequel but whether I am confusing this with his fetish for locomotives, I'm not sure. The story is about a fellow named Joe who gets sent out on a mission to prevent a group of terrorists from blowing up the Orien Express - as you do. Not surprisingly, by todays standards the animation and customised scenery is extremely dated. Mind you, this doesn't stop it from being a very entertaining watch, and back in it's day this was cutting edge stuff. A piece of history, and will being a commemorative tear to any true 3dmm veteran.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Train Trip - Part 1 [974 KB]
Train Trip - Part 2
Directed by: Ryan Rubinello
Released: March 1998
Preview The second installment in the series, picking up from where the first one left off. Part 2 sees the return of Joe and his escapades. This time Joe confronts the terrorists and tries to put a stop to their trouble once and for all. Like Part 1, it is a very entertaining watch and even the animation has been bumped up a little.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Train Trip - Part 2 [599 KB]
Train Tripís Last Run
Directed by: Ryan Rubinello
Released: August 2001
Preview Here we have Ryan Rubinelloís return to the community with the final addition to his Train Trip series. Itís animated quite well for itís time, and some scenes are detailed, and others are simple, but in a good way that still gets the message across. Although, more than half the story is told through text, which is a big no. Download this if youíre an old time fan of the car series or train series. Review by Patrick Bernardo.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Train Tripís Last Run [6.35 MB]
Trenches
Directed by: Andres De La Hoz
Released: March 2001
Preview Once again, Andres has amazed us with his down to earth movies, with a great plot (well sort of, it's just a scene from WWII) great animation, and a great attempt at making good emotions, almost up to the Ben Williams standard. It's a dramatic and realistic view of the war trenches. The sound effects are spot on and you feel as though you're actually there. My only gripe is that it's too short, but this doesn't really matter, just my personal taste. Download.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Trenches [468 KB]
Trick or...
Directed by: Rick Trimble
Released: November 2003
Preview Short. Yeh... very short. Short as in 20 seconds long. This kind of ruins the whole thing and gives this impression that it was rushed to be finished in time for Halloween. The old trench coats are still looking as good as ever and I like the approach Rick took on this. Good, but could be a hell of a lot better - but hey, at least he got with the Halloween madness!
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Trick or... [360 KB]
Trick or Treat
Directed by: Doughboy, Thomas Bown
Released: October 2003
Preview My review: Lame. Shit voice acting. Shit plot. Shit animation. Awful custom scenery (when used). Improper use of words. Bollocks attempt to be funny (Jason Ruiz wannabe's?) Almost turned it off. Why am I adding it to the site? WHY did the directors admit to the movie being unfunny?! Avoid like the plague.
Overall rating: 2/10 Download
Trick or Treat [1.89 MB]
True Crime preview
Directed by: Lintoz Films
Released: December 2003
Preview "True Crime" is based on the video game "True Crime: Streets of LA," but the preview doesn't really show any similarities. All it is is two animations which give the viewer almost no idea as to what the movie is about, other than it's an action flick. The scenes are average, but nothing amazing. The full movie's release date (December 30th) has come and gone and it doesn't seem to have been released yet, so that is another bad sign. Overall, a very short and below average preview.
Overall rating: 3/10 Download
True Crime preview [448 KB]
True Matt McGowan, The
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: September 2000
Preview This is an actual chat conversation recorded by the director but is a disappointing debut: watching a still scene built around a pause until sound is ended system and nothing moving is uninteresting. And it's by Tuna and meant to more focus on the conversation than direction.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
True Matt McGowan, The [1.02 MB]
True Mike Pfister, The
Directed by: Tuna Hematoma
Released: March 2001
Preview Alright I don't know if watching Semsatia kick-started my humor to the point of finding ANYTHING funny, but this movie was hilarious! Again, I know not everyone exactly shares my sense of humor, but Tuna is great, so is whoever this "Poofter" dude is. Technical stuff: Animation is perfect, since there's not a whole lot to animate. Scenery is very good, and lack of camera movement is no problem at all. As with all Tuna's stuff, the voice acting was superb, and hilarious. Yay! Skinned chickens for Tuna!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
True Mike Pfister, The [1.35 MB]
Trunks
Directed by: Mike Belfance
Released: August 2002
Preview This guy is only ten years old and, while it's nothing too amazing, the movies hand animations are not too bad at all. Looking forward to seeing this guy improve. Review by Will Cheyney.
Overall rating: 5/10 Download
Trunks [108 KB]
Twist of Fate
Directed by: Jae Clarke
Released: November 2000
Preview I've seen this joke in a different way before, however, Jae's version is very entertaining. This is very amusing stuff about a guy who wants to 'get to know' a nun and what happens when she doesn't want any part of it.
Overall rating: 8/10 Download
Twist of Fate [745 KB]
Two of a Kind
Directed by: Jordi Visser, Jorrit Stuifmeel
Released: February 2002
Preview I was disappointed after finishing watching 'Two of a Kind'. A great storyline was never in the cards, but I was expecting something a little less chaotic . The movie is too confusing, it throws you on and off the rails like a yo-yo. The 'fade in' transition between scenes was also overused; until the extent where it just became annoying. Jordi's superb "Maltby" style animation and scenery saved the day though. A great movie, just pointless and confusing - if that is possible!?
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Two of a Kind [5.78 MB]
Two of a Kind 1.2
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: December 2002
Preview After being heavily critised for being confusing and pretty much pointless, Jordi took 'Two of a Kind' back to the drawing board and pretty much re-worked the whole thing. Thankfully, Jordi's efforts didn't go to waste and the movie now stands as a great 3dmm movie. Great scenery, smooth animation and atmospheric flashbacks - do not miss it!
Overall rating: 9/10 Download
Two of a Kind 1.2 [3.32 MB]
Two of a Kind version 1.2 Trailer
Directed by: Jordi Visser
Released: November 2002
Preview Two Of A Kind is 1.2 is a re-worked version of the movie 'Two of a Kind' by Jordi and Jorrit. The original version was criticised for being confusing, so, Jordi has been working on it to make it moodier, easier to follow, and more serious. This trailer works well, giving a little dose of what's to come. Defiantly one to watch for.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Two of a Kind version 1.2 Trailer [509 KB]
Two Stupid Canadians
Directed by: DataBlasterXR
Released: March 2003
Preview A pointless, short and not that great Terrence and Philip affair, using sounds and songs from the South Park Movie. There isn't a great deal of scenery to be had - but then again, there is only 2 scenes of animation.
Overall rating: 4/10 Download
Two Stupid Canadians [683 KB]
Two Stupid Jerks
Directed by: Shaun Winfield, Joshua Keegan
Released: October 2000
Preview The movie features the 2 stupid jerks in the pre-made haunted house doing a bunch of totally random things. No real custom-made scenes as such, only a black screen when they wanted to move the camera. This way, the directors didn't have to animate the scenery as well. Bizzare and completely hilarious!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Two Stupid Jerks [1.66 MB]
Two Stupid Jerks 2
Directed by: Shaun Winfield, Joshua Keegan
Released: November 2000
Preview Jimmy and Rob are evicted from thier premade haunted house and are forced to live in a rental accomodation. Now is where the selfmade scenes first come into play. Random happenings are aplenty, though not as much as the first one. They've even managed not to do the constantly fading effect seen so much in the first movie. Again hilarious!
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Two Stupid Jerks 2 [1.17 MB]
Two Stupid Jerks 3
Directed by: Shaun Winfield, Joshua Keegan
Released: December 2000
Preview World War has broken out and Jimmy and Rob are called to defend thier country. Much better in comedy and quality than the previous ones. Although it's quite short, it is really really funny.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Two Stupid Jerks 3 [1.16 MB]
Two Stupid Jerks 4
Directed by: Shaun Winfield, Joshua Keegan
Released: March 2001
Preview This time round, Jimmie and Rob get stoned and do things they'll regret later. Again, really really funny stuff! Shame about the awful soundtrack (i.e. Korn). Not bad, but could've been longer.
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Two Stupid Jerks 4 [1.18 MB]
Two Stupid Jerks 5
Directed by: Shaun Winfield, Joshua Keegan
Released: April 2001
Preview Jimmie and Rob are at it again, this time with even crazier antics, deaths, etc. You get the picture by now. Their frisbee goes onto 'enemy' ground... how will they get it back? Or will they? In any case, you'll be laughing to hard to care one way or another! Download now!
Overall rating: 6/10 Download
Two Stupid Jerks 5 [1.63 MB]
Two Stupid Jerks 6
Directed by: Shaun Winfield, Joshua Keegan
Released: June 2001
Preview In this episode, Jimmie and Rob get into some criminal plots. And again, very amusing. I think though, that perhaps the 'Two Stupid Jerks' series should soon come to and end...
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Two Stupid Jerks 6 [1.70 MB]
Two Stupid Jerks 7
Directed by: Shaun Winfield, Joshua Keegan
Released: July 2001
Preview Not that good. But I still cant wait for TSJ: The Movie! Yeah, its coming. And this episode includes a little clip from it, hehe. Anyway, today Jim and Rob destroy's heaven.
Overall rating: 7/10 Download
Two Stupid Jerks 7 [1.93 MB]