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    The Abridged Series as a Critical and Interpretive Tool

    Abridged series – a style of parody in which a preexisting show is summarized by new actors dubbing over the original show’s animation – have become increasingly popular, and as they have done so have evolved from simple comedy sketches to works that can be as focused on drama and complex characters. The writer should investigate a number of popular Abridged Series, comparing and contrasting them with their source material and noting any differences in tone, characterization, or storytelling style.

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      Definitely putting this on my watch list now — you make a good case for it putting an interesting twist on more established cinematic themes.

      Eat Drink Man Woman vs. Sense and Sensibility: A Feminist Observation

      Realism and cynicism are two completely distinct philosophies – each is defined in rather considerable detail. I can’t tell if I am supposed to take this as arguing that modern films are more realistic or more cynical.

      Cinema Cynicism: The Ballad of Adam Sandler

      That’s actually an extention of a very good browser game called Fallen London. Since that game is entirely text the focus is almost entirely on story and atmosphere – if you like it in Sunless Sea, you’ll definitely like it in Fallen London.

      The Future of Writing: Video Games