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Review of Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa

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In 2002, some hack named Colin Slater spawned this monstrosity on us. For the most part, it was quickly forgotten. But then in 2015, a YouTube user named Captain Giratina found it, and the following year, it was to be reviewed by two of my favorite internet critics Pan Pizza and eventually, Mr. Enter. In preparation for both reviews, I decided to descend into this animation hell.

Let me say that South Park had much better CGI than this, and it was a mostly 2D show. The music is rather lame, too. Characters' feet don't move naturally when they walk, and the animation grows gradually worse every 6 to 7 minutes. The story involves a boy named Ricky who has a crush on the rich girl Nicole (voiced by Belle?!), and she comes off as the most unlikable character in the whole thing. Why? Well, Ricky tries to give Nicole the teddy bear that his dead mother gave to him, and she callously rejects it right in front of him and throws it in a dumpster! Of course, Nicole changes her tune after she finds Ricky's letter to Santa that blew away in the wind. Yeah...

This has got to be the worst Christmas special ever. The story is manipulative as well as lacking any meat, the characters are wooden, and the animation even more so. Halfway through, I almost broke down crying at how bad this was, and near the end, my brain went numb. Did this need to be 40 minutes long? It would be more tolerable at 22 minutes...

My rating: 2/10
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Added by Emily J.
1 year ago on 13 December 2016 22:52




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