DJ Qbert's Wave Twisters 2003 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
An eye-popping, hip-hop-meets-Hanna-Barbera animated adventure synched skratch for skratch with DJ QBert’s turtable masterpiece of the same name, this sci-fi-/kung fu epic seamlessly integrates dazzling visuals to original musical compositions. The Inner Space Dental Commander must fulfill his destiny by reviving the “Lost Arts” (breakdancing, rapping, graffiti and skratching), so he and his posse (mischievouc droid Rubbish, lovely assistant Honey, and B-Boy Grandpa) battle their way through an increasingly surreal collection of villains, pratfalls, and boobytraps. Sampling from a wide variety of techniques from traditional cell animation to 3D to photo collage, Wave Twisters takes the Fantasia concept to the next, dizzying level!
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