Money Money

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Money Money
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Full Title: Money Money
Subtitle: Jason Kreis goes to Canada
Author: Tommy Wimmer
Release Date: January 4, 2015
File Size: 10 MB
Duration: unknown
Complexity: unrated
Animutatedness: A.5
Star(s): Jason Kreis, Bob Marley
Audio Info
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Artist: The Prodigy
Album: Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned
Genre:
Language: Instrumental
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Artist: Wax
Album:
Genre: K-pop
Language: Korean
Stupid Hoe
Artist: Nicki Minaj
Album:
Genre:
Language: English


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The main song was previously featured in Funk Money. Despite sharing the same song; Alex Chiu, Colin Mochrie and Mojo Jojo are the only characters to appear in both videos.

Trivia

  • References to other animutations
    • Fanimutation (DeadDogFilms): Donkey-style banana pie.
    • A Sticky Night of Love: the can of Cory, Gendo Ikari moans "Cocoa, no!" after killing a Subaru, and the movie's title appears in Spanish at the very end.
    • Pokey and the Ombaoojiebaseo: Bob Marley dies after touching a purple croissant. This movie came out when Tommy Wimmer was 8 years old, and no 8-year-old should be able to use Flash animation that well. Heck, he wouldn't even recognize half of the cast back then.
    • Bakkwo: Zippy onions.
    • We Drink Ritalin: Meow Zedong would like to drink some.
    • Wear the Fox Hat: Gomamon is afraid that Kakuna will catch him back.
  • The reason why the animutator thinks Bret Michaels was in the Beatles is because he misread a menu in "Guitar Hero III".
  • As far as the author knows; this animutation marks the debuts of Wing, Basement Jaxx, Rebecca Black, Wally Gator, Snips, Afroman, the Numb Chucks, Applejack, Professor Ratigan, Eek the Cat, Todd Marinovich, Ace Gecko, Usopp, Tauros, Nigga, Moby, Karate Kat, Misterjaw, J. J., Watt, and Florence Foster Jenkins.
  • Right-click for an Easter egg.
  • After some negative reception for "Revenge of the Nazis", the author used less Nazi images.

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