One thing that you guys very well know is that I'm completely out of ideas. So I am just going to have a conversation with myself about an animated movie that I saw a very long time ago. We'll see what will come out of it.
So let's talk about some garbage child movies. I want to talk about a very obscure movie that I watched 5 years ago. It is so widely unknown and was such a terrible box office flop that it doesn't even have a Wikipedia page, in any language. It's called Adventures on Bubble Island, and it's also sometimes called Saving Goola, but I have no idea why. Here's
I wanted to torrent the movie just so that I could upload a few scenes and show them to you guys, but I literally cannot find any place where I can torrent or buy it, other than a Russian website. You don't need to be a genius to realize that on the website, the movie is in the Russian language. Here's
the link anyway. I haven't seen any viruses there so far, but I still suggest that you keep your antivirus on the ready and that you do not click on the ads.
After a couple of Google searches, I came to the conclusion that the general plot is this: there is a floating island full of anthropomorphic animals that is called "Goola". Now, Goola has a mechanism... which isn't even explained in any of the trailers, but it seems to keep the island flying by floating it on a bunch of bubbles.
The characters look extraordinarily ugly. They have extremely small eyes, the bunny's ears (not even sure if it's a bunny, but the thing that it most resembles is a bunny) don't even closely resemble a bunny's ears. And the pig's eyes, they just… They look really empty. Like, completely dark. It makes it look like it really needs some help from an exorcist.
The animation also looks really weird and awkward. The characters look WAY too artificial. I know that it's an animated movie and that it's not supposed to look realistic, but the sheer artificiality of everything makes it look extremely ugly. And the giant mushroom… God, it looks so damn fake that… I cannot even put it into perspective.