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this is an ongoing saga that will be broken up into about 7 or 8 parts, this is just part 2 i swear the future parts will have more action, and better graphics, anyway, enjoy the show! and make sure you leave me a constructive review! PLEASE REVIEW!
There is nothing Epic in this movie
I wasn't expecting much when I paid for my ticket to see this film, however this was the first time I actually considered leaving the theatre in the middle of a film because it was so bad. The main issue about this film is originality. This movie is merely a re-shoot of all the films it parodies with different actors. There is no originality in the script, the writers seemed to just bundle a whole heap of scripts of the movies they were parodying together and added childish slapstick bits here and there along with repetitive MTV references that never varied. This made the film boring. The main parody of the film is The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. Those who have seen the film want to see a clever parody not to see every scene in the film re-enacted by terrible actors. If the movie had been any longer than 90 minutes I swear I could have shot myself. The film also recycles old jokes used in other terrible Friedman and Seltzerparodies. For example, Peter, Edward, Susan and Lucy are meant to be siblings and have the same parents yet are portrayed as a mix of black and white actors. This joke was used in the abysmal Date Movie, as the biological family consisted of a black father, Indian mother,and white and Chinese daughters. This joke was not funny in either of the films. Not Only does the film recycle old jokes from previous parodies but also recycles jokes within the movie, Jayma Mays kicking the beaver wasn't funny the first time, so why do it again.
This is a little better than the last one.
This one's pretty good. It could use some sound effects though. Could have used some more explanation on certain things though.
i liked it alot
it was realllllllllllllllllllyyyyyyyyyy goooooooood
well tell me why it was realllllllllyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy good, and not really good?
but you are right that it needs improvment. The characters are wooden in their movement and the humor doesn't come off as that funny in the quasi-dramtic environs. The overall set-up is there though its just needs tweaking.
BTW, 480 for a possum? Hey, keep it up and you'll be fine. Waiting for the next one.
well, thank you for leaving a helpful review, i appreciate it, judging by the rate people give me advice, i might have a pretty great movie when part 9 comes around! I greatly appreciate your advice, and wish you a good day!
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