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    I'd rather have this than a sequel to Home on The Range.
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    Re: Tangled=Disney Shrek?

    Quote Originally Posted by JNota0005DakMC View Post
    you know while being dragged to see Harry Potter by my cousin at midnight on friday i happened to sit through the coming attraction for Yogi Bear... now i had seen the poster for it and wondered how on earth Dan Akyroyd and Justin Timberlake's voices would matchup... but after seeing the C A man they really hit the nail on the head... voice wise...

    plus as an aside... this HP thing is a guilt trip my 17 year old cousin has over me... i couldnt take her once and my punishment has now been to see the last 3 opening night at midnight... at least theres popcorn...
    Yes, the voices do sound great, the setting (from what I've seen) looks awesome, too. If they keep it in the forest, we're fine. Seeing the Smurfs run around NYC is bugging me, so unless they somehow bring in an awesome Gargamel, I probably will have to skip that movie.

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    I'd rather have this than a sequel to Home on The Range.
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    I just listened to the soundtrack for Tangled. I don't hear princess and fairy tale, I hear pop album. The score portions of the soundtrack are great but the songs don't seem to go with the visuals.The opening song could have been performed at the CMA's.

    Hope I'm wrong on this. Had high hopes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supernova View Post
    I've seen one Potter film ever, the second one, and it was in the theaters.
    I saw Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince at Citywalk not long after it came out. Picture the scene - CROWDED screen, an atmosphere (for some) of anticipation... the intro credits fade in with the theme music...

    ...and cue some wise-*** at the very back -

    "Dumbledore dies!"

    I swear I haven't laughed as hard as that in public for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20K View Post
    I saw Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince at Citywalk not long after it came out. Picture the scene - CROWDED screen, an atmosphere (for some) of anticipation... the intro credits fade in with the theme music...

    ...and cue some wise-*** at the very back -

    "Dumbledore dies!"

    I swear I haven't laughed as hard as that in public for years.
    there's nothing to get hung about

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    They did that on a radio show, too. Gotta love ruining it for the nerds, huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Dude View Post
    I just listened to the soundtrack for Tangled. I don't hear princess and fairy tale, I hear pop album. The score portions of the soundtrack are great but the songs don't seem to go with the visuals.The opening song could have been performed at the CMA's.

    Hope I'm wrong on this. Had high hopes.
    That's pretty much true of most movies these days, unfortunately. The soundtrack is nothing more than a random selection of radio hits that they mindlessly threw together in an effot to sell a soundtrack, not a movie. Dreamworks does much the same thing with voicetalent. "Sure our movie ****s, but hey, look who's in it!" Blech.
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    Okay, I have to put my thoughts on this topic in the post. I read through the entire thread before making any comments and here is a little what I picked up on. I read several people saying that the new Tangled movie does not look like a Disney movie. I for one would be bored if every movie was made the exact way and there was the same underlying "disney" appearance. A company should be able to make some change or attempt at using new techniques and keeping up with the theme. I do believe Disney has had several movies that have not done well, but I think it should be noted that most of the best Disney movies were made during Walts time and he is not here to create the amazing movies he did during his life. As for those that came after his death that were good, most of those animators are no longer there. This is a new generation of animators who are working to bring Disney into a new age of creating Disney movies.


    I didn't mean to offend anyone, but felt I would just add my opinion to the board. I think we should all wait and see what the movies are actually like before marking them as a failure.
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    Re: Tangled=Disney Shrek?

    Quote Originally Posted by londonpup09 View Post
    Okay, I have to put my thoughts on this topic in the post. I read through the entire thread before making any comments and here is a little what I picked up on. I read several people saying that the new Tangled movie does not look like a Disney movie. I for one would be bored if every movie was made the exact way and there was the same underlying "disney" appearance. A company should be able to make some change or attempt at using new techniques and keeping up with the theme. I do believe Disney has had several movies that have not done well, but I think it should be noted that most of the best Disney movies were made during Walts time and he is not here to create the amazing movies he did during his life. As for those that came after his death that were good, most of those animators are no longer there. This is a new generation of animators who are working to bring Disney into a new age of creating Disney movies.


    I didn't mean to offend anyone, but felt I would just add my opinion to the board. I think we should all wait and see what the movies are actually like before marking them as a failure.
    but theres a difference... with Disney you look for a certain commitment to detail and an overall appeal... the last few have sorely lacked that... heres hoping that this one has a good storyline... because without it this will be forgotten before it even leaves the theaters...

    and mike... the last HP reminded me of the Sopranos episode where Pauly and Christopher lose the Russian guy in the woods... i mean they literally walked through the woods for more than half the movie... i left at 2:30am with a good amount of popcorn in me and a nap as well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by londonpup09 View Post
    Okay, I have to put my thoughts on this topic in the post. I read through the entire thread before making any comments and here is a little what I picked up on. I read several people saying that the new Tangled movie does not look like a Disney movie. I for one would be bored if every movie was made the exact way and there was the same underlying "disney" appearance. A company should be able to make some change or attempt at using new techniques and keeping up with the theme. I do believe Disney has had several movies that have not done well, but I think it should be noted that most of the best Disney movies were made during Walts time and he is not here to create the amazing movies he did during his life. As for those that came after his death that were good, most of those animators are no longer there. This is a new generation of animators who are working to bring Disney into a new age of creating Disney movies.


    I didn't mean to offend anyone, but felt I would just add my opinion to the board. I think we should all wait and see what the movies are actually like before marking them as a failure.
    but theres a difference... with Disney you look for a certain commitment to detail and an overall appeal... the last few have sorely lacked that... heres hoping that this one has a good storyline... because without it this will be forgotten before it even leaves the theaters...

    and mike... the last HP reminded me of the Sopranos episode where Pauly and Christopher lose the Russian guy in the woods... i mean they literally walked through the woods for more than half the movie... i left at 2:30am with a good amount of popcorn in me and a nap as well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by londonpup09 View Post
    Okay, I have to put my thoughts on this topic in the post. I read through the entire thread before making any comments and here is a little what I picked up on. I read several people saying that the new Tangled movie does not look like a Disney movie. I for one would be bored if every movie was made the exact way and there was the same underlying "disney" appearance. A company should be able to make some change or attempt at using new techniques and keeping up with the theme. I do believe Disney has had several movies that have not done well, but I think it should be noted that most of the best Disney movies were made during Walts time and he is not here to create the amazing movies he did during his life. As for those that came after his death that were good, most of those animators are no longer there. This is a new generation of animators who are working to bring Disney into a new age of creating Disney movies.


    I didn't mean to offend anyone, but felt I would just add my opinion to the board. I think we should all wait and see what the movies are actually like before marking them as a failure.
    but theres a difference... with Disney you look for a certain commitment to detail and an overall appeal... the last few have sorely lacked that... heres hoping that this one has a good storyline... because without it this will be forgotten before it even leaves the theaters...

    and mike... the last HP reminded me of the Sopranos episode where Pauly and Christopher lose the Russian guy in the woods... i mean they literally walked through the woods for more than half the movie... i left at 2:30am with a good amount of popcorn in me and a nap as well...
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    i am sorry for posting this 3 times but my comp froze each time i hit post... oops... sorry all...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JNota0005DakMC View Post
    and mike... the last HP reminded me of the Sopranos episode where Pauly and Christopher lose the Russian guy in the woods... i mean they literally walked through the woods for more than half the movie... i left at 2:30am with a good amount of popcorn in me and a nap as well...
    Precisely. I tried reading book #4 and there were literally a hundred pages of the kids going on a hike to watch the flying broom match thingie. A hundred pages. I kept skipping and skipping but it never ended. And something like that obviously has little to do with the plot. It was just her way of shockingly reaching 500 pages in a kids' book by padding it with fluff. Dumb.
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    exactly what i was thinking... so a kid can go back to school and say to their English Teacher "hey i read a 500 page book... isnt that cool...?"

    not really considering an adult can read it in a few hours so long as we dont throw it out the window first...
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