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Dotsie

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I do want to see it. Maybe this afternoon when Mr Dotsie is at the football. I will take my hanky!
 

Catch-up

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CrysaniaMajere said:
... what it it?
Pixar's latest movie:

http://disneydvd.disney.go.com/up.html

We saw it when it came to the theaters here. I liked it a lot, but it was sadder than I expected it to be! I would have also enjoyed it more if they hadn't shown all the best parts in the trailers. But definitely very good and worth seeing! :laugh:
 

kakaze

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bikkit said:
Has anyone seen it? If you haven't see it! Now!

If you have, what did you think of it?
I'm planning to see it this afternoon with my wife.

Thanks for the tip!
 

Dotsie

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Saw it. Cried like a baby :oops:
 

kakaze

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We watched it.

It was a lot more serious than I expected from the trailer!

I loved Doug, but I'm not sure how I felt about the movie as a whole.
 

kakaze

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SQUIRRL!

That dog was great. As far as I'm concerned, he saved that film.
 

Kladivo

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Watched it last night, loved it!!! Absolutely fantastic! Not been touched by a film in such a simple, charming and unpretentious way for a long time. I love the fact that Disney grew up and is catching up with real world as well. The reality of the film is not trying to stupidly pretend that the real world is ideal any more (which was one of the deadliest Disney's sins).

***spoiler***
the fact that Russel's dad doesn't come to the ceremony is a very brave move from the script writers indeed, Ellie's death and so on...***spoiler***

And the 'Partly cloudy' before left me crying with laughter and I had some bizarre glances shot at me. And that's coming from a dwa... man, who was disappointed by the 'Saw' as being too soft :p
 

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