When we go into the monkeys mouth, instead of just cutting to the road i think that's when we should do the sneaky transition that sadler talked about during really long shots to separate them. we could come out from inside one of those red mailboxes by bus stops and then look out to the road. so it's a open mouth to open mouth find of thing. maybe even have mail fly out of it as the camera leaves the mailbox so the audience understands where they're exiting from. does that make sense? i hope so...but itll add the the flow of a chain of reaction kind of movie.
waiiiiiiiiiiiit....this was from bottom to top. just read that. SORRY!
we need a hook up action between where the monkey is on the wheel chair arm, cutting to the chalk board. the money has to first act like hes got to prove himself using "The Chalkboard"... the one that always gets him into conflicts with the scientist. right now theres nothing going on inside the characters minds. theyre just following the actions of the script. You dont need to ad these subtle things in the action shots, but it's really important in the interaction scenes. especially the build up to the punchline. Slow it down (baby) and have some fun.
maybe at the end there could be a close up shot of the monkey and we see a little tear fall from his eye. and the tear could have a smiley face on it. i think that would be weird and funny.
or the tear should have something like the statue of liberty's hand stcking out of a beach in it.