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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-07-10, 01:21 PM Thread Starter
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Well i was dragged kicking and screaming to the cinema to watch this movie, it is an over hyped piece of crap, Depp is good in it but the rest is pretty dire, avoid if you can, should have gone to see Legion instead !!

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I must say i prefer older tim burton flicks, like batman and edward scissor hands ect

These new ones, charlie and the choc factory, sweney todd ect have gone a bit too colourful

Alice in wonderland had so much potential, if hes botched this one as well, its going to bring my piss to the boil.

Anyone played that game called Alice? its based in a nightmarish version of wonderland, I was hoping something more along the lines of that really...oh well...*sigh*
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Originally Posted by zeroblackstar View Post
I must say i prefer older tim burton flicks, like batman and edward scissor hands ect
BLASPHEMERS!!!!!!! HERETICS!!!!!!!! I agree with zeroblackstar on that one point but just because it's not like a video game doesn't mean that its bad. I have read both Alice and Wonderland and the sequel, Through the looking glass. Also I have had to copy out the poem The Jabberwocky multiple times as copy work (It is really fucking annoying). Anyways, the three that i mentioned were all combined into a very good twist

PS. You guys are all *#!ards

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It was great and my family loved it, especially the kids, and that's how I evaluate a movie targetted at Kids (mainly)..if the kids loved it then it's a success in my eyes.

They will no doubt watch it on DVD 20 times when it finally hits the shelves.
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It wasn't the worst film I've ever seen, but it's not exactly in my top 10 either. Just seems like another way to kill 2 hours with £20 (which is what it costs to go to the cinema these days... *twitch*) and is entirely forgotten 2 days later.

Mind you, I've never really been a "Burton Fan" either. Scissorhands was good, but the rest of them seem to be "weird for the sake of being weird", and I'm almost convinced that it isn't deep and meaningful, it's just a way for Burton to make more money while he laughs at all the emo/indie kids who go watch them...

90% of people think they are above average.

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