Yeah, WhiteMage is right. That is what I was referring to. I didn't realize that not everyone considered that particular word a swearword.
To tell you the truth I didn't really think about it. I thought it just fit with the tone. Hey, if you can say it on these forums without getting it auto-changed to "hot dogs" or something I guess it's not THAT bad.
Anyway, thank you for the in depth critique I really do appreciate it. But I do agree with Adam, the video was a double parody - the content and dialogue was a parody of Pac-Man while the style it was presented in was a parody of the recent Batman movies. So if you haven't seen The Dark Knight, the way that Julian and Richie portrayed their characters probably flew right over your head. I recommend you see it, it's not half bad.
The small clip at the end was, indeed, a bit "Randumb" as Adam so cleverly put it - but that is mainly because I did write it and hey I can't help but write things like myself. The opinion portrayed was indeed my own but it was also that of Richie, Julian and Jacqueline (mostly Jacqueline, if you haven't seen her YouTube page you may not know that Watchmen is and will most likely remain her most favorite film of all time) so the clip was not entirely spawned by my brain. If you haven't seen Watchmen either, I would also highly recommend it (although if you found the word "basterd" offensive) you may need to wait a few years before you do watch it, hahaha...
Anyway, if you read my post in some other section of this forum you will recall me saying that I was going to be changing the way we make movies here at Richalvarez and this is as good an example I can give you - a lot of the films from now on will have a similar feel as Pac-Man: The Yellow Knight - a variety of video game related shorts mixed with interactive adventures and music videos. We are continually striving towards making it so you (the viewer) doesn't know what is coming up next, keeping you on the edge and keeping you coming back for more.
Thanks for all of the positive feedback, it makes me feel very welcome to the inner workings of the channel.