Sorry for the late reply xD I was writing my response the other day but my parents called me away from the computer and I ended up distracted.
Your animations have potential, but you have a very long way to go before you'll reach inters (Unless you're a fast learner). The main thing you lack is easing, but to be fair, you don't need massive amounts of easing to be good depending on your animating style.
At your level, I think you should still be working on the more basic areas, like fixing shakiness and improving your poses. I'm sure everyone's heard this before, but try to move every joint on your stickman in each frame of a movement. I've noticed in your animation that on many frames parts of your stickmen will stop moving, at least relative to the segment it is attached to. This makes your stickman look stiff, which isn't a good look. It is important to all styles of animating that your stickman is dynamic, so you must learn to move more parts of your stickman at a time to improve.
Easing is important to, but that can come later. Too many Beginners these days focus on easing and try to learn that BEFORE the other basics, which is never a good idea. It's really hard for beginners to learn the basics after they'e committed to copious amounts of over-easing (I know from my own experience). Work on improving your poses to solve stiffness, and try to reduce shakiness as much as possible for now.
Low Beginner, but I think you have a lot of potential (: