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Classic

Posted : 10 years, 11 months ago on 15 January 2007 10:20 (A review of The Last Unicorn)

I used to love (and somehow fear) this movie when I was a child. It still has some very well developed characters, but the magic is gone. Maybe I'm not the target audience any more.



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Prefered the Sequel

Posted : 10 years, 11 months ago on 14 January 2007 10:51 (A review of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game)

I played the 2nd part ("original Trilogy") first, so I was a little disappointed by this one.
Not only are story and characters of Ep. I to III far from matching the classics, but I also missed game elements that were added in part 2, mainly the building of objects out of lego blocks for non force users.

Entertaining, but not as amusing as its sequel.


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Avarage german comedy

Posted : 10 years, 11 months ago on 14 January 2007 10:42 (A review of Where Is Fred!?)

Fred fakes to be disabled to get a signed basketball for the son of his soon to be wife.
While exploring the world of disabled people, he becomes a better man and falls in love with movie maker Denise.

This movie is stuffed with actual german actors and has its moments, but overall its not that brilliant comedy or tragedy it could have been. Its just I nice little story with a predictable plot, a laugh or two at the right moment, interesting faces.

Watch and forget ...


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I dont know why

Posted : 10 years, 11 months ago on 4 January 2007 07:41 (A review of Happy Feet)

this movie is so successful. It is (regarding story, animation, characters, technical) one of the less attractive computer animated films.
The singing and dancing seldom sounds well together and all this "lets make a medley of pop songs" has been done before.

So its no movie to watch alone (boring), with friends (bad singing) or family (st dark, 80s-style environmental).

Disappointing ...


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Nice opening scene

Posted : 10 years, 11 months ago on 4 January 2007 07:17 (A review of Idiocracy)

The film starts with a case study about the reproduction habbits of smart and dumb people.
That's good satire and worth watching.

But after explaining why evolution will make people stupid, the film concentrates on displaying this stupidity, which most of the time doesn't leave the level of teenage nonsense comedies.


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