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Postby TC on 02/12/04, 09:16:02

since dhn is too busy to cross-post, read his review here. ;)

i thought it was great, certainly not really a children's movie. i know, big shock there.
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Re: The Incredibles

Postby dhn on 02/12/04, 09:28:18

Heh, the next review will be cross-posted earlier, but I didn't want to convert all the links to BBcode, gah.

TC wrote:i thought it was great, certainly not really a children's movie. i know, big shock there.

I seriously did not expect to see so many gruesome deaths in a Disney movie. 8) And damn, Mrs Incredible was hot and, hmmmm ... the opportunities, so flexible.
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Postby Alexhead on 02/12/04, 13:19:51

I thought it kicked no small amount of ass...as did my two 8-year-old brothers who don't usually get to go see such things, they loved every second of it.
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Re: The Incredibles

Postby Pit on 02/12/04, 17:25:28

dhn wrote:I seriously did not expect to see so many gruesome deaths in a Disney movie. 8)

Heh, I appreciated the offhand way they were handled. Desensitisation, kids, it's a wonderful thing. 8)

too bad you can't stretch your wang, eh. :twisted:
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Re: The Incredibles

Postby TC on 13/04/18, 15:03:22


looks great!!
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Re: The Incredibles

Postby darkness on 13/04/18, 23:10:33

Really looking forward to this one. I haven't even bothered with the last few Pixar films.
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Re: The Incredibles

Postby big d note on 16/04/18, 10:33:15

We finally saw Coco a few weeks ago at the dollar theater, and it was excellent. The animation was stunning, and the story was well done too, with some good music. It's definitely worth checking out.
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Re: The Incredibles

Postby O-dot on 16/04/18, 15:36:03

big d note wrote:We finally saw Coco a few weeks ago at the dollar theater, and it was excellent. The animation was stunning, and the story was well done too, with some good music. It's definitely worth checking out.


It was a big hit at my house, too. (Note: I slept through most of it.)
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Re: The Incredibles

Postby darkness on 16/04/18, 18:00:16

The last one I saw was Inside Out. I'll check out Coco.
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Re: The Incredibles

Postby TC on 16/04/18, 18:25:05

last one i saw was toy story 3.
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Re: The Incredibles

Postby Alexhead on 18/04/18, 10:09:10

Coco and Inside Out are recent highlights. Hey, Kyle's in Inside Out!
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