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* TheChewToy: Again, Wally.


* BlatantLies:
** Wally describes himself in his emails to Rosie as "the spitting image of Brad Pitt" when he's really an overweight, slovenly alcoholic.

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BlatantLies: Wally describes himself in his emails to Rosie as "the spitting image of Brad Pitt" when he's really an overweight, slovenly alcoholic.


* BlatantLies: Wally describes himself in his emails to Rosie as "the spitting image of Brad Pitt" when he's really an overweight, slovenly alcoholic.

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Wally describes himself in his emails to Rosie as "the spitting image of Brad Pitt" when he's really an overweight, slovenly alcoholic.


And when we say traditional, we mean ''traditional!'' As in hand-drawn animation drawn on paper, inked and painted on cels and photographed with an analog camera. Boyle, who came out of the early days of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation, having animated for ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the last leg of ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' to be made under Creator/RichardWilliams' direction, wanted to create a film that would [[DoingItForTheArt remind younger generations of animators that the pre-digital process of hand-drawn animation was still just as relevant]] as CGI or even tradigital.

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And when we say traditional, we mean ''traditional!'' As in hand-drawn animation drawn on paper, inked and painted on cels and photographed with an analog camera. Boyle, who came out of the early days of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation, having animated for ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the last leg of ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' to be made under Creator/RichardWilliams' direction, wanted to create a film that would [[DoingItForTheArt remind younger generations of animators that the pre-digital process of hand-drawn animation was still just as relevant]] as CGI or even tradigital.



* InTheStyleOf: The earlier films of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. The underground sequence, for example, borrows a lot from the "MC Escher" scene from ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler''. Roy Naisbitt, art designer for ''Thief'', designed the sequence.

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* InTheStyleOf: The earlier films of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation.UsefulNotes/TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. The underground sequence, for example, borrows a lot from the "MC Escher" scene from ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler''. Roy Naisbitt, art designer for ''Thief'', designed the sequence.


* BittersweetEnding: Rosie [[spoiler: wastes her night waiting for her blind date, and would have disappointed even if he had shown up]]. So she ends up with [[spoiler: the bartender]] instead.



* BittersweetEnding: Rosie [[spoiler: wastes her night waiting for her blind date, who would have disappointed even if he had shown up]]. So she ends up with [[spoiler: the bartender]] instead.


And when we say traditional, we mean ''traditional!'' As in hand-drawn animation, inked and painted on cels and photographed with an analog camera. Boyle, who came out of the early days of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation, having animated for ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the last leg of ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' to be made under Creator/RichardWilliams' direction, wanted to create a film that would [[DoingItForTheArt remind younger generations of animators that the pre-digital process of hand-drawn animation was still just as relevant]] as CGI or even tradigital.

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And when we say traditional, we mean ''traditional!'' As in hand-drawn animation, animation drawn on paper, inked and painted on cels and photographed with an analog camera. Boyle, who came out of the early days of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation, having animated for ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the last leg of ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' to be made under Creator/RichardWilliams' direction, wanted to create a film that would [[DoingItForTheArt remind younger generations of animators that the pre-digital process of hand-drawn animation was still just as relevant]] as CGI or even tradigital.


The film tells the story of Rosie, a lonely British woman who sets herself up for a blind date with a man she's met over the internet, who describes himself as "the spitting image of Creator/BradPitt" but is really an overweight, boorish slob who does nothing but watch porn and guzzle beer. As Rosie waits for him at a bar downtown, he drunkenly stumbles out of his house and through the underground in an effort to meet her.

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The film tells the story of Rosie, a lonely British woman who sets herself up for a blind date with a man she's met over the internet, who describes himself as "the spitting image of Creator/BradPitt" but is really an overweight, boorish slob who does nothing but watch porn and guzzle beer. As Rosie waits for him at a bar downtown, he drunkenly stumbles out of his house and through the underground UsefulNotes/TheLondonUnderground in an effort to meet her.


* TheMillenniumAgeOfAnimation: Notable for being one of the only animated films from TheNewTens created 100% analogically

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* TheMillenniumAgeOfAnimation: UsefulNotes/TheMillenniumAgeOfAnimation: Notable for being one of the only animated films from TheNewTens created 100% analogicallyanalogically.



* TheVoiceless: Wally.

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* TheVoiceless: Wally.Wally.
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* InTheStyleOf: The earlier films of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. The underground sequence borrows a lot from the "MC Escher" scene from ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler''. Roy Naisbitt, art designer for ''Thief'', designed the sequence.

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* InTheStyleOf: The earlier films of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. The underground sequence sequence, for example, borrows a lot from the "MC Escher" scene from ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler''. Roy Naisbitt, art designer for ''Thief'', designed the sequence.


And when we say traditional, we mean ''traditional!'' As in hand-drawn animation, inked and painted on cels and photographed with an analog camera. Boyle, who came out of the early days of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation, having animated for ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the last leg of ''TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' to be made under Creator/RichardWilliams' direction, wanted to create a film that would [[DoingItForTheArt remind younger generations of animators that the pre-digital process of hand-drawn animation was still just as relevant]] as CGI or even tradigital.

to:

And when we say traditional, we mean ''traditional!'' As in hand-drawn animation, inked and painted on cels and photographed with an analog camera. Boyle, who came out of the early days of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation, having animated for ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the last leg of ''TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' to be made under Creator/RichardWilliams' direction, wanted to create a film that would [[DoingItForTheArt remind younger generations of animators that the pre-digital process of hand-drawn animation was still just as relevant]] as CGI or even tradigital.



* InTheStyleOf: The earlier films of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation.
** The underground sequence borrows a lot from the "MC Escher" scene from ''TheThiefAndTheCobbler''. Roy Naisbitt, art designer for ''Thief'', designed the sequence.

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* InTheStyleOf: The earlier films of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation.
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TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation. The underground sequence borrows a lot from the "MC Escher" scene from ''TheThiefAndTheCobbler''.''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler''. Roy Naisbitt, art designer for ''Thief'', designed the sequence.


And when we say traditional, we mean ''traditional!'' As in hand-drawn animation, inked and painted on cels and photographed with an analog camera. Boyle, who came out of the early days of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation, having animated for ''WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the last leg of ''TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' to be made under Creator/RichardWilliams' direction, wanted to create a film that would [[DoingItForTheArt remind younger generations of animators that the pre-digital process of hand-drawn animation was still just as relevant]] as CGI or even tradigital.

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And when we say traditional, we mean ''traditional!'' As in hand-drawn animation, inked and painted on cels and photographed with an analog camera. Boyle, who came out of the early days of TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation, having animated for ''WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the last leg of ''TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' to be made under Creator/RichardWilliams' direction, wanted to create a film that would [[DoingItForTheArt remind younger generations of animators that the pre-digital process of hand-drawn animation was still just as relevant]] as CGI or even tradigital.

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