Looks like I might be first to deliver a serious critique.
All things considered, I have to say that I believe this is an 'alright' attempt. There's clear evidence of time and effort involved and that's great enough as far as most of Amazil's projects are concerned. Though there's just a few things that seem to take this down a bit from being better in my opinion:
Your intro isn't appealing and looks awful. The whole point of an intro is to catch the viewer's attention; your video begins with an intro sequence proclaiming "We gladly present for all BCB fans" that is proximately 1/4th the window size at the top of the video and is written in what appears to be in Comic-Sans. You have a full 360x360 of resolution space on youtube to play with so why is the welcome that small and up the top of the screen of all places? Your intro should be in the center of the video, it's where people initially focus their concentration.
The next slide of the intro has the title of the movie which was rendered in Powerpoint of all programs. The font choices are bad and so are the colour choices, it doesn't contrast off the background picture and instead merges in with it making most of it unintelligible unless you really squint your eyes.
Why is it like this? This is the intro to the video, it's about as important as the rest of it. It's where you surprise us and catch our attention. You were looking for voice actors for a longest time, why didn't you also look for a digital artist with basic paint program knowledge who could've produced a better looking title? I don't even imagine it could've taken that much effort to ask Suit or Tae for the BCB logo. That alone would've worked better than what you initially have.
The actual video starts off with the DJ talking in the middle of the intro to the song, all radio DJ announcements generally happen at the end of a song. Technicalities aside, I thought the initial music selection is an awful choice, it's not exactly a memorable song nor a good one. The initial moment the audio starts should have been repositioned to start a little later, as the singer starts at the precise time Yashy yells "Lift off!" causing a horrible mix and mash of audio.
The sound effect for Yashi falling doesn't sound appropriate and lacks any real power. This is the case for most of the sound effects, some of them sound very generic and are lacking fidelity. They're either too soft, too loud or just don't seem appropriate. You've got expressions in the comic that read "SLAM" but you've got the sound of a door closing normally instead. There's a number of occasions when sound effects could've fit in perfectly and instead there's nothing there.
Already stated by a few people already; Bonbon doesn't sound appropriate for Yashi at all and his microphone doesn't exactly help his case. Frankly I envisioned Yashi having a higher pitched voice similar to Chirpy since they are the same height. On that note though I thought Shada did an excellent job of Chirpy. Though I thought her interpretation of Lily sounded too impulsive than calm and motherly. She does a really impressive job of Daisy, though while it's damned cute, she makes her sound rather ditzy.
Tabris made a good attempt at Lucy but her timing appears to be off on a number of cues, Eg: "Dont. let yashi and chirpy destroy anything." and "You slapped me, on the asssssss".
I'm assuming JB was to voice Mike according to the old thread so I'll ignore his current voice. Frankly I think NSSG sounds alright for Paulo, better than Darkspeed's interpretation, but his voice is rather flat and doesn't show any life, ie Paulo's cheeky demeanor. Amazil, I think Taeshi iterated on a number places that David doesn't sound like a Derpy kid. He's supposed to sound relatively normal like Paulo.
Reiterating again, it's a pretty good attempt, but if you went back and fixed up these errors, I believe it would turn out a lot better. Also consider cutting your credits to something that doesn't scroll or take almost a minute of your 4:30 minute video
This post has been edited by LackLuster: 31 October 2011 - 04:10 PM