The first tale is a less absurd and anarchic than others have been, but the rare realism is beneficial and gives the story impact. The second short is a Tylenol moment waiting to happen. It reminds me of Bob Clampett's mind-blowing "Porky in Wackyland." It's a free-wheeling Kitchen Sink effort that's astoundingly goofy. I think I liked it. Read Full Review
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