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From: Bergen County, NJ
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|#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.96|
|Preface: I saw this late night on Saturday after seeing Maleficent. I expected really good things, but didn't really get any. I'm little grouchy over the experience.|
I'm glad I saw this movie...now I know that I should NOT live in the West in 1882.
This was one of those movies where laughter in the theater was contagious, but afterwards I can't remember any of the big jokes (I remember a lot of little jokes with sheep being pretty funny).
The good Christian prostitute that won't have sex with her fiancé until they're married? Uncharted comedic territory, there.
Seth gets credit for paying homage to a myriad of western influences, but this was WAY too long. And Seth as a romantic lead was a really bad idea.
Anytime I see Neil Patrick Harris, I expect him to steal the show, but here, he was nothing memorable.
The cameos were decent overall. But the best one was inexplicably spoiled during the most recent commercials. The second best one (mid- and post-credits) was pretty awesome though.
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|#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.91|
Originally posted by Mr Shh
The cameos were decent overall. But the best one was inexplicably spoiled during the most recent commercials.
I saw that ad and wondered if the joke would have been my favorite had I not known about it.
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From: Mount Pleasant, Pa.
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|I was kinda on the fence in deciding whether to go and see this movie at the theater, but it wasn't until I saw that commercial you're referring to that made me want to go see this.
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Well, I tossed my " it wasn't in the bible" here and there. Clearly, neither movie was exactly going for that "Jesus movie" vibe (The Jesus movie script was word for work from one of the Gospels).
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