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URANUS WHISPERS

What to know: Delightful comedy with a space theme and a reminder that somethings things are "all in your head.
URANUS WHISPERS is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 8-12
4 minutes
VIDEO
FRANK GRESHAM
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I like the comedy in this student-produced animated short! These robots are not happy where they live, so they decide to move to Uranus. They try to fly to Uranus, but their trip isn't successful. They come out of the space ship and believe they are in Uranus and start liking the planet. Little do they know, they are still home.

I like how funny and clueless these robots are. One thinks his coffee is cold and the other robot doesn't like the humidity and heat of their planet. They see Uranus. They want to move there.

The 2D animation is quite well done. Uranus almost looked like 3D. The coffee machine really caught my attention. The background sounds are fitting for this storyline. My favorite part was the ending, because it drives home the film's message.

I compliment the creator of this piece. The animation is well done, even the titles. The two robots catch and hold your attention.

The moral of the story is "it's all in your head. You don't need to change the scenario to feel good. You need to change your attitude to make things better."

It reminds us to have a better attitude towards the situations in our lives.

I give this student film 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 18, plus adults. It would make a fun addition to any KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Reviewed by Ethan P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

I like the comedy in this student-produced animated short! These robots are not happy where they live, so they decide to move to Uranus. They try to fly to Uranus, but their trip isn't successful. They come out of the space ship and believe they are in Uranus and start liking the planet. Little do they know, they are still home.

I like how funny and clueless these robots are. One thinks his coffee is cold and the other robot doesn't like the humidity and heat of their planet. They see Uranus. They want to move there.

The 2D animation is quite well done. Uranus almost looked like 3D. The coffee machine really caught my attention. The background sounds are fitting for this storyline. My favorite part was the ending, because it drives home the film's message.

I compliment the creator of this piece. The animation is well done, even the titles. The two robots catch and hold your attention.

The moral of the story is "it's all in your head. You don't need to change the scenario to feel good. You need to change your attitude to make things better."

It reminds us to have a better attitude towards the situations in our lives.

I give this student film 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 5 to 18, plus adults. It would make a fun addition to any KIDS FIRST! Film Festival. Reviewed by Ethan P., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic

Wiss and Krill, two self-absorbed extra-terrestrial buddies, complain vociferously about their Neptunian surroundings. They procure a rocket and attempt an escape to neighboring planet Uranus. Unbeknownst to our encapsulated idiots, their rocket launch is thwarted, and they end up going nowhere. Emerging from their space capsule full of hope, Wiss and Krill convince themselves they have arrived on Uranus and life is better.
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