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earl broclo ESQ

Fantastic Mr. Fox

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wow a movie based on a kids book that looks awesome, i dont know who is a bigger faggot you or the barefoot burglar kid...

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incase you did not catch my sarcasm... i was sarcazing you for being a fagz..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

your still a gay though...

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I dunno, I'm pretty un-psyched, earl. I really wish they would stop making books I loved as a kid into movies to make a buck.

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incase you did not catch my sarcasm... i was sarcazing you for being a fagz..

 

 

Being sarcastic is so fucking gay. I read that in the do's and don'ts section of Vice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

and yeah, I'm being sarcastic.

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All i remember of this is me and a friend gettin chucked out of class in school for breaking down laughing at a picture of a man eating a big chicken leg... then detention because we couldnt stop laughing in the corridor.

 

 

alas those days of yore. but anyway, my question is, is that man in the movie?

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Realism --if they do a good job of making them into movies, I'm happy with that. The only two I'm really psyched on is this and "Where the Wild Things Are." It will give the book a rebirth with parents who read with their kids, and that's a good thing.

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Realism --if they do a good job of making them into movies, I'm happy with that. The only two I'm really psyched on is this and "Where the Wild Things Are." It will give the book a rebirth with parents who read with their kids, and that's a good thing.

 

Yeah, I see what you're saying, I mean I know I plan on reading these books to my kids whenever the little Realisms come along.

 

I just think most of the power these books have is in the fact that, well, they're books. The stories and illustrations are great, and a little imagination does the rest (yes I'm aware that sounds homo, fuck off everyone). They don't need to be turned into visual clusterfucks with a bunch of added content for "dramatic value" (which happens far too often).

 

Kids should be raised on these books, not primarily their film adaptations, which is gonna be used as an easy way out by way too many parents. I dunno I'm clearly being bitter/UMAD about this, but I think these are some sleeping dogs that should just be left to lie.

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Yeah. I hear him as well. I'm just a selfish bastard and I'm psyched I'll be able to go see these. Screw the future it's doomed anyways. Kids lose their imagination due to bigger powers at be. Us older folks who grew up on these books can enjoy the movies, and all the little PS4 babies can suck a dick.

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Times have changed and so have the mediums.

 

One day I'm sure people will be like.. Remember when they used to show movies a on screen.. Now it's just projected into our HD HUD with 10.1.

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I dig the time I've grown up in. I can appreciate all the different forms of entertainment we got.

 

But I think the way I grew up was much cooler.. You know being outside as much as you possibly could.

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Yeah. I hear him as well. I'm just a selfish bastard and I'm psyched I'll be able to go see these. Screw the future it's doomed anyways. Kids lose their imagination due to bigger powers at be. Us older folks who grew up on these books can enjoy the movies, and all the little PS4 babies can suck a dick.

 

True. Love a good video game but it sucks because its taken so much away from imagination. I caught this preview on another site a while back but didnt realize it was after a kids book, at leats one that I was never read. Either way it looked like a pretty good movie. I always like to see these films not only just for the story but the overall awesome work that is put into them.

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I'm excited for it. Not because I wanna see the book turn into a movie but because I saw the preview and the animation style is completely different than anything I've seen in a big movie. I will go pay to see it.

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i just got back from watching this, and it was (pardon the pun,) fantastic.

 

if you are at all a fan of Wes Anderson, you will really cussing love this film.

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