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Since: 6.10.02
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is there a Santa Clause 2? Anyone? Please? Why God why?



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Because he has to get married. DUH. I wonder if they'll bring up Santa's nasty custody battles and the fact that he's a divorcee.



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Because Tim Allen's career desperately needs CPR...
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Since: 28.4.02
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Because there's so many unanswered questions from the first one!



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Since: 17.1.02
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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.44
For the answer to these questions, go rent Joe Somebody and Big Trouble. This will tell you why Tim Allen has to go to the sequel well for this sure to be craptastic movie, and why Tim is one step away from doing 1-800-CALL-ATT commercials.



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#6 Posted on
Because the statute of limitations ran out?



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Because Disney likes him. And after the first Santa Clause, and both Toy Stories, I can see why. He has starred some decent flicks...



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Since: 28.4.02
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#8 Posted on
    Originally posted by Pool-Boy
    Because Disney likes him. And after the first Santa Clause, and both Toy Stories, I can see why. He has starred some decent flicks...


I think Tim Allen fans shouldn't be allowed to vote.

EDIT: :)

(edited by OlFuzzyBastard on 17.10.02 1731)

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Your right! Goddammit....
Tim Allen tells me things... and I BELIEVE THEM!
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Since: 2.1.02
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#10 Posted on

    Originally posted by Torchslasher
    For the answer to these questions, go rent Joe Somebody and Big Trouble. This will tell you why Tim Allen has to go to the sequel well for this sure to be craptastic movie, and why Tim is one step away from doing 1-800-CALL-ATT commercials.


I admit, I've still yet to see "Big Trouble." But I'm surprised that you found it to be so bad - the book was hilarious. Then again, The Firm and Hannibal were decent books that turned into not-so-decent movies. Also, maybe it's just a Miami thing - if you're not from Miami, you can't fully appreciate the story that is "Big Trouble."

Pardon me for getting a bit off-topic here, but what was it about "Big Trouble" that didn't do it for you, Torch?



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I have lost all respect for Disney as a movie company. They haven't had an original idea in like 5 years. And then when they do come up with one, they have to make a sequel.

It's espcially bad with the cartoons. They've made sequels of 101 Dalmatians, Aladdin, The Lion King, Toy Story, Pocahontas, and that's just off the top of my head. Every cartoon has an anthrapomorphic animal in it, even when it doesn't make sense, like in Pocahontas. All they care about is making a movie that kids will watch. And kids will watch pretty much anything anyway.



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Hey, at least they didn't get their hands on Titanic. Someone else got to make the "talking animals, happy ending" version, though. Mercifully, direct to video.



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Since: 23.1.02
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#13 Posted on
Wouldn't Titanic with animals just be Noah's Ark, with a sad ending??

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You would think that Tim Allen could come up with some new material since Home Improvement.




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Since: 17.1.02
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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.44

    Originally posted by RageRockrr

      Originally posted by Torchslasher
      For the answer to these questions, go rent Joe Somebody and Big Trouble. This will tell you why Tim Allen has to go to the sequel well for this sure to be craptastic movie, and why Tim is one step away from doing 1-800-CALL-ATT commercials.


    I admit, I've still yet to see "Big Trouble." But I'm surprised that you found it to be so bad - the book was hilarious. Then again, The Firm and Hannibal were decent books that turned into not-so-decent movies. Also, maybe it's just a Miami thing - if you're not from Miami, you can't fully appreciate the story that is "Big Trouble."

    Pardon me for getting a bit off-topic here, but what was it about "Big Trouble" that didn't do it for you, Torch?



Whoops, I apologize if it seemed like I had actually forced myself to watch either Big Trouble or Joe Somebody. I was referring to the critical disdain both movies got, but moreso for the anemic box office for these movies. Because Tim Allen failed to garner interest with both starring roles (even though Big Trouble was more of an ensemble piece), somebody at Disney must have known that to get any interest from people for another Tim Allen movie, they will have to regress to the only film role that got Allen good reviews and money at the theatres (run-on sentences RULE).



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Since: 23.1.02
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#16 Posted on
I would've gone to see Big Trouble, if only I had figured out when it was released.

-Jag

Which reminds me, I'm gonna go rent it.



With poison running through your veins, and death marching solemnly towards you, heroic acts become more of a necessity as you see your time dwindling.

Vanquishing your enemies, making amends to those you have wronged, and leaving words of love and kindness for those around you become second nature as your own mortality looms

However, true strength lies not in these last desperate acts, but in the actions of one who has to get out of bed the next day and face the consequences of doing that which you believe is right.
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Since: 18.2.02
From: Laurel, MD, USA

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#17 Posted on

Why? Santa Clause 1 made money.

And Big Trouble was good, damnit. And I haven't even read the book.



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