Very basic but just enough intelligence to it to raise it above being just student shock animation
In the modern world of chavs, scum, loser and "work for nothing but want everything" kids this group are the worst the residents and underachievers of Empire Square in London. The animation here is pretty basic because it isn't meant to be a very professional piece of work but, if you like South Park etc then this may appeal to you. The comedy is very much mocking modern culture while at the same time the swearing and subject matter will appeal to the same people it targets. I liked the way it did this and, while it is too crude to be consistently clever, it did have a nice edge to it.
The characters are fairly basic and the voice work matches this never really feeling like the actors knew who their characters were and were only really delivering rough, general characters. It won't appeal to everyone of course, because it is so rough and crude but if you can get passed that then it has enough going for it to be worth a look although it is unlikely that it will be pushing South Park out of its prime-time slot anytime soon.
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