harkyman: You have got to get a life… oh, what am I saying? I don’t even know what a life is!
NateTG: I’d never thought of instrumentals. Go back and read what I wrote: “The idea is that all the songs have Blender terms in them.” Then again, you could always throw Blender terms onto things within the film (i.e. posters, shirts, etc.).
snowy_duck: Do you have something against me? Yes, the idea’s messed up, or rather, plotless. Then look at these three films: “Head” (it’s not that dirty; it’s rated G in the US), “Slacker” (and I don’t mean “Slackers,” I mean “Slacker,” 1991), and “And Now For Something Completely Different” (the best of Monty Python sketches from seasons 1-2). These films have no real plot: “Head” just jumps from one thing to another, “Slacker” jumps from one conversation to another, and “And Now For Something Completely Different” has animations between all these sketches. (This is an ex-parrot!) Sorry, but I just had to point out that this isn’t the first film to be virtually “plotless.”
Ray_Theway: There’s an idea for a quarter-plot. Wait for more ideas to the post, and then we’ll see if anybody’s thinking, “Wait, here’s a BETTER plot!”