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ShellBrain wrote:

SonofSamhain wrote:

ShellBrain wrote: I need to know, how many of you have seen any of these Ghibli films? Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, Princess Mononoke, Castle in the Sky, Howl's Moving Castle, The Cat Returns, Tales From Earthsea, Lupin III: the Castle of Cogliostro, Whispers of the Heart, Spirited Away -- my homework to you guys (I'm guessing most of you are somewhat younger) watch any one of these movies (provided you haven't seen it), from start to finish (if you aren't enjoying one, pick another, its important you watch AT THE VERY LEAST ONE OF THESE)... Really look at what the characters go through, who they are at the beginning of the movie, vs who they are by the end... look at who the antagonist is -- look at the situation they are faced with... examine the film... that's all... You will find yourself noticing things...

Note: I was given this very same excercise once... if you don't give a crap about film, then you don't have to bother, though I recommend these movies all the same and taking the time to do this, never pass up an oppurtunity to learn something XD

I have no interest in seeing any of these films, but that does not mean that I dislike them.

Will you please just get off your high horse and accept that not everyone's standards are as high as yours?

I enjoyed Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation, the third live-action TMNT film, and We Wish You a Turtle Christmas knowing full well that all of them are widely reviled.

Quality should be found in not just plot development and character personalities, but also in moments that may or may not be unintentionally hilarious.

One of the main reason why bad movies and bad television shows get lots of fans is because there are people who know it is bad, but watch it anyway because the very terrible-ness makes it unintentionally funny.

High horse?? Sounds like you chum... never said anything about what you're saying... I'm saying, for a TMNT film, this one is mediocre... and I recommend you refine your pallet when it comes to cinema... but im done wasting my precious time... I thought people were more open minded around here... but I guess if you defend a shit movie like this its because you're content with drinking sour milk... adios.

Either deal with people having different opinions or just leave us all alone.

I honestly never met such a conceited person in all my life.

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