How Pendleton Wart mixed in so much creativity into this pilot is a mystery to me. Feels like an odd love letter to animation in general.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
You ever wish you didn't go watch a film with your grandparents? It happened, and I'm surprised that my lowkey homophobic grandma didn't start bashing on the film, but instead my open minded grandpa did. "It was bad; nothing happened throughout and it went on for too long" he said. And while I'd like to leave it just there, because I very much agree, I had more than enough time during the film to reflect on why I felt that…
Keep in mind that people in a family will most likely have the same issues, no matter how much the parents try to keep all of that away from their children. It's hard to open up, it's tough to understand what you're going through, but know that the closest ones have gone through similar things. Perhaps have a talk.