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Disney Movies, Music, TV, Theater & Books Discuss Home on the Range in the Miscellaneous Disney forums; So I rented Home on the Range from Netflix the other day. I had seen the movie in the theater once, but had not watched it since then. I actually ...
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    Home on the Range

    So I rented Home on the Range from Netflix the other day. I had seen the movie in the theater once, but had not watched it since then.
    I actually really enjoyed it. I thought it was really fun and cute. I changed my mind about the movie and am thinking about buying it.
    I know alot of people hated it and thought it was not that great. Just wondering how many people liked it or hated it.


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    i loved it

    but then i am a fan of dame judi as well

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    I don't know if I would like it. All I know is after the Home on the Range was made people lost there jobs.

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    It's no Lilo and Stitch, but I liked it....I liked Buck the Horse...he has me laughing my tush off!

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    I thought it was cheap and crummy and a step down (or three) for Disney.
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    We own it and I'm not sure we've watched it again since we bought it...

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    We own it but have never watched it yet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Thanks for the feedback.
    I just remember watching it in the theatre and not really caring for it. But I watched it again and I really liked it.
    That happens to me a lot with movies. The second time's the charm.


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    That can happen with songs too - The first few listens you may not like a song but it can grow and grow on you!!
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    Well I have it on DVD and just saw it last night. So I would have that I liked it.
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    It was OK, but not one of Disney's best efforts.
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    I still haven't seen that movie yet
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    I haven't seen this movie yet either, I might rent it sometime just to see if it is any good.
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    I saw it once but i didn't even finish it i just thought it was kinda boring.

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    Thumbs down

    "Having to finish work on Home on the Range after the layoffs was particularly difficult. 'Knowing we were going to get laid off but still had to work on a really ***** movie was like a slow death,' [Dan Lund] says."

    -"Dream On, Silly Dreamer" review article, found here:
    http://www.dreamonsillydreamer.com/pages/dreamer1.html

    I still thought it was a really bad movie even beforehand. I think this was actually the FIRST Disney movie that the rest of my family went to see without me. I had better things to do.
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