Yeah. Anyway, for a stupid plot, the movie was pretty awesome. The fake band's music was all really genuine, in fact I am downloading it right now. Not to mention, what are most movies but eye and ear candy these days, and it was nice to watch a live-action movie with a cartoonish head floating around on a popsicle-stick body.
But the thing that impressed me most about this film was the end credits. They were seriously off the chain. First, all you can see for at least three minutes is some abstract shapes floating around the screen, revealing and hiding the type that makes up the actors' names. That on its own looks really cool. But I'm not going to tell you, just watch this 20-second video, okay?
Wasn't that awesome?! I never even saw it coming. This movie is excellent. It actually inspired me to make my own little rendition, so here goes.
I had a lot of fun writing this processing sketch! I uploaded it to openprocessing.org here. Please note that the sketch won't work unless you upload your own file shapes, so get going!