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Old April 5, 2016, 08:02:59 PM
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Sounds like the first talking animal movie made you want to see the other. Also if you want to see an X-rated version of Zootopia check out Fritz the Cat.
Well, my grandparents invited me to see Zootopia again today, and when I went to clean some stuff out of the shed I found the CEDs in there and remembered I hadn't seen that movie yet. I also just watched The Last Unicorn, also on CED, which is even weirder than Watership Down.

I've heard of Fritz the Cat being an intentional play on the trope that all animation is for kids (oh look, there it is; heh, both of the two movies I just watched are on there too).
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Old April 8, 2016, 04:52:27 PM
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The wife and I watched Deadpool when it came out. REALLY surprised with the amount of young kids at the theatre.
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Swedish movie in December 2014. Maybe not. Well whatever. IDC.
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The Angry Birds Movie. While it sounds tacky, it was actually a lot better than it appeared, and the jokes at least incited laughter.
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I saw quite a few movies in the past two weeks.

Neighbors 2- Some parts could've been done better, but I still enjoyed it. Others think the first one was better.

Warcraft- I don't play World of Warcraft, so I didn't understand half of the backstory. If you want to fully enjoy this movie, read up on the lore. (I ended up giving away the free trial code thingy for the game, so don't ask me for it)

The Conjuring 2- Possibly my favorite out of all of the movies I've seen here. Never a dull moment when anything can pop out and scare you half to death.
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Just saw Warcraft, could have been much better and it felt like a putting the toes in the water type thing. They go all out and would have been a great movie. Yes I got the codes when I went.
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Spent the weekend with some cousins, and we did a bunch of movie things.

- 2001: Space Odyssey: apparently it's quite famous, though I hadn't even heard of it until Saturday. To those who still haven't seen it, it's one of those plots that you can't tell if is really brilliant because it's open-ended or if the writers were the laziest people in the world. To those who have seen it . . . why is there a giant PS2 buried on the moon? :^)

- My Fair Lady: Actually I was asleep through most of this one, but the beginning and ending were pretty good. Also I'm sure it would cause all kinds of upset-ness on the Internet if it came out today :^)

- Full Metal Jacket: I only actually saw a few minutes one while Grandma wasn't in the room, but . . . well, let's say I'm now sure the flame wars in YouTube comment sections could be trying a little harder :^)

It's been an interesting weekend.
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Finding Dory, a few days ago. Amazing film, but you must have seen Finding Nemo to understand it.
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I just recently saw Finding Dory. I really liked this movie, but I still prefer the original Finding Nemo.
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The Secret Life of Pets. It was actually quite good, and Duke makes for a lot of comic relief. The trailers didn't do it justice.
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Broke down and bought the DVD version of Zootopia, because what the heck. It's actually very good, and I consider it to be the best DVD I've bought in years, although there were a few intense chase scenes that I probably wouldn't want to show my nieces (because they might have nightmares about said scenes). If they were over 5 years old, maybe I'd think differently.
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The last couple I can remember are Summer Wars and the two last movies for Eden of the East. Let's just say summer wars was an experience for me and it changed me
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Timeline, based on the Crichton book of the same name. It was good. Also the combat reminded me of Mount and Blade, for some reason.
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Aah, this thread went quiet again. Total Recall (2012 version). Wasn't bad. Lots of explosions and shooty noises and bad words.

There have probably been a few more films I've seen since October but I don't remember.
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