YMMV: Romeo & Juliet: Sealed with a Kiss
- Creator's Pet: Kissy Fish. Marginally justified by her being voiced by the creator's daughter, and the fact that there's only one creator.
- Critical Research Failure: The film assumes that "wherefore" means "where" when in actuality, it means "why."
- Dude, Not Funny!: Mercutio's reaction to finding Romeo and Juliet supposedly deceased.
This party looks dead!
- Romeo and Juliet, as Bobsheaux puts it, "dancing on the icy graves of hundreds of innocent men, women, and children."
- Most Annoying Sound/Narm: The seals all crying at the two title character's funerals...which is a bunch of loud seal roaring.
- No Yay: Juliet with the Prince, given that the former looks like a young pup.
- The Scrappy:
- Kissy the Kissing Fish for being overly cute and contributing little to the plot.
- The Prince is ugly, has an obnoxiously deep and cartoony voice, and gets a pointless and badly-written song.
- Mercutio is probably the most hated of all, for making all sorts of annoying jokes (which, as mentioned below, are racist jokes). See Dude, Not Funny! above for more info.
- So Okay, It's Average: People seem to appreciate it for the Doing It for the Art aspect, but it gets called out for its obvious low budget and Strictly Formula plot.
- Special Effects Failure: While the bulk of the film is done with surprisingly good hand-drawn animation for a No Budget indy animated feature, there are a couple parts where Nibbelink blatanly cuts corners by moving or stretching static cut-out drawings of the characters in flash, which is very jarring and embarrasingly crude looking compared to how fluid the bulk of the films animation is. There is also the very crude CGI used in the shark chase sequence.
- Tastes Like Diabetes: Lots of places, but Kissy the Kissing Fish is the best example, given that she's voiced by the director's daughter with unscripted dialogue.
I don't like stinky babies! Pee-yew! *giggles* Can I be your baby? I mean your STINKY baby!
- They Just Didn't Care: A shark is drawn without pectoral fins.