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If you are a veteran Disney/Pixar-watcher, you will probably see a lot of the ending coming about thirty minutes in, but I consider it a testament to how good the Disney/Pixar filmmakers are that it was still an extremely enjoyable movie. We took IJ to see it in 3D, and they have sure come a long way with 3D glasses. No more red plastic/blue plastic lenses in a cardboard frame...these were actual sunglasses-style-3D glasses. They showed a fifty-year old Chip & Dale cartoon that was originally created in 3D as a little pre-feature, which was pretty amazing in just how old it is. After about fifteen minutes we kind of stopped noticing the 3D-ish-ness, so I think the 3D-version is just a tease to get you to want to see "The Nightmare Before Christmas" in 3D when it is re-released in October.

Thumbs up, as usual for a Disney/Pixar-film.



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Not to get too technical or nitpicky, but this was in no way, shape, or form related to Pixar. Disney had their own in-house CG factory set up when Pixar was still considering their options.

On topic however, I thought this was a very good movie although I didn't fall for the scam of paying a few more bucks for the 3-D glasses. It was just fine in regular vision.



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    Originally posted by HrdCoreJoe
    Not to get too technical or nitpicky, but this was in no way, shape, or form related to Pixar. Disney had their own in-house CG factory set up when Pixar was still considering their options.


I know they aren't "together" anymore, but I was calling it "Dismey/Pixar" based on the fact the John Lasseter was an executive producer. It certainly had all of the calling cards of a Pixar feature.


    On topic however, I thought this was a very good movie although I didn't fall for the scam of paying a few more bucks for the 3-D glasses. It was just fine in regular vision.


We paid extra for that? I wondered why it was $9.50 for a matinee. The Fandango machine gave us no insight.



Holy fuck shit motherfucker shit. Read comics. Fuck shit shit fuck shit I sold out when I did my job. Fuck fuck fuck shit fuck. Sorry had to do it....

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Revenge of the Sith = one thumb up from me. Fuck shit. I want to tittie fuck your ass.
-- The Guinness. to Cerebus
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Oops, I totally forgot about last week's ratings because my brother came to town. Threw my schedule all off. You may noticed that the TV ratings don't include household ratings because none of the sites I use list the household rating anymore.
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