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So in terms of flaws (besides things like bullet holes in the background before gun shots are fired) The biggest issue we had was Butch being so careless with his watch. We are told the backstory of the watch and how precious it is, and after seeing him flip out and basically show his abusive side when finding out his watch didn't make the trip to the motel, you would think maybe he would carry that watch with him or at the least pack it himself. You save the watch, Butch leaves the country, Vincent Vega is still alive, Marcelles Wallace doesn't get hit by a car then raped... so... happy ending? Probably not, Wallace would probably still come after Butch, but given how easily he took out Vincent I seriously don't worry for Butch's safety.
So if you want to line up our "logic" issues of the film it would be 1. you shouldn't just take and do random drugs from someones pocket, bad things can happen. 2. If a watch is that important to you, don't just expect someone to carry it around for you. 3. Divine Intervention kind of only worked out for Jules. and 4. Hero factor line in the cafe was just asking for superman and batman. :)
the credits are:
Written by Tina and I
Artwork on this one was by the one and only Otis Frampton. His backgrounds on this one are amazing! I appreciate his eagerness and hard work.
Voices are Brock Baker, Stephanie Fisher, Adrian Neely (who all nailed it as far as I'm concerned) and myself (who I am probably my worst critic so I always hate my voice tracks:)
This was for sure a tough short to get through, but I think everyone did a fantastic job given the complexity of such a well designed movie. I hope you guys liked it.