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    Took my daughter to see it today...

    http://disney.go.com/disneypictures/valiant/
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    Took my daughter to see it today...
    And.......?
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    I think it was great LOL
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    And I thought you meant BoB: WoV
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    all star cast, might actully be good

    someone designed a homing missle guided by a pigeon, and he wasnt german
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    I'll watch anything w/ John Cleese in it.
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    Are you sure about that? Even Clockwise?

    Ta,
    Norris
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    Originally posted by NorrisMcWhirter:
    Are you sure about that? Even Clockwise?

    Ta,
    Norris
    What about "Fierce Creatures"?
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    Ugh, Disney.

    Interestingly enough, it looks like Disney have headhunted that renegade producer (you know, the one who made so many unflattering references to Mike 'Lord Farquad' Eisner in the first Shrek flick) back on board with this one.

    But still, ugh, Disney.

    Each to their own, I s'pose, but if you want to give DisneyCorp money, why not see Miyazuki's 'Howl's Moving Castle' as well? Steampunk War Film Fairy Tales with a sentient fireplace as a major character? Can't go wrong

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    I'm not saying that every movie Cleese has been in is good, just that most are. worth a shot, ya know? I've never seen or heard of "clockwise" . Fierce creatures was a disappointment, essp since "A fish Called Wanda" was such a gut-buster.

    Hey speaking of the variety of movies actors appear in, Ewan McGregor certainly has come a long way. Remember Trainspotting?
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