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Hey, what movie is better, Kung Fu Panda or Wall-E???
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SnakeEyes
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Originally posted by jaden101
although if i was choosing any animated film wall-E would rank after Dumbo and watership down and iron giant


Yeah man, The Iron Giant ftw.


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Wall-E, while not bad by any stretch, gave me a feeling of emptiness. I usualy do like things that can be so subtle while taking it so far, but at the same time, I tend to dislike the kind of atmosphere that the movie gave; I know for a fact that it was just me, but the focus on Wall-E's physical actions, with what symbolism feeling, to me, less subtle and more blatant. I really don't want to call it overrated, but compared to what the general majority says, that may be how it seems.

Normally, I try to focus more on execution of a certain style, genre, or cliche but as far as sheer style is concerned, I've ever been particularly convinced by the kind that Wall-E presents. I'm not above calling it bias in a sense, that much I admit. Basically, I didn't dislike it, I just didn't love it as much as the general public did.

As for Kung-Fu Panda, I saw it only once, and I'll have to see it again on DVD before reassessing my opinion on the movie. I generally enjoyed it from a technical standpoint especially (The Skadoosh quote under my name is just because that part in the trailer stuck to me).

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I will take either option 3 or 4: Poking my own eys out or nailing my left hand to my forehead. Seriously... these movies are trash.


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I will take either option 3 or 4: Poking my own eys out or nailing my left hand to my forehead. Seriously... these movies are trash.


haven't seen good movies lately, have you?

Wall-E kicks Panda's ass, though I'm pretty sure TH already knows that


... of course I haven't seen Kung Fu Panda, so I'm basing my opinion on a biased preference towards any Pixar movie yes


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I will take either option 3 or 4: Poking my own eys out or nailing my left hand to my forehead. Seriously... these movies are trash.


You don't know trash til you've seen Madagascar.

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You don't know trash til you've seen Madagascar.


(shivers) sick


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Re: Hey, what movie is better, Kung Fu Panda or Wall-E???

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I just put these movies on my queue and I want to watch the best one second. I'll base the order on the votes in the poll. kthnksbai -hiker.


Aliens...,Aliens is a better movie cool


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Madagascar 2 was okay, but nowhere near great.


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Wall-E.

Best film of the year and probably the best animated film I've ever seen.


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Originally posted by First_Tsurugi06
Wall-E, while not bad by any stretch, gave me a feeling of emptiness. I usualy do like things that can be so subtle while taking it so far, but at the same time, I tend to dislike the kind of atmosphere that the movie gave; I know for a fact that it was just me, but the focus on Wall-E's physical actions, with what symbolism feeling, to me, less subtle and more blatant. I really don't want to call it overrated, but compared to what the general majority says, that may be how it seems.

Normally, I try to focus more on execution of a certain style, genre, or cliche but as far as sheer style is concerned, I've ever been particularly convinced by the kind that Wall-E presents. I'm not above calling it bias in a sense, that much I admit. Basically, I didn't dislike it, I just didn't love it as much as the general public did.

As for Kung-Fu Panda, I saw it only once, and I'll have to see it again on DVD before reassessing my opinion on the movie. I generally enjoyed it from a technical standpoint especially (The Skadoosh quote under my name is just because that part in the trailer stuck to me).


I feel ya. I too have a problem with movies that make me feel empty. Like Finding Nemo, great movie, but damn it had its really really really really sad parts. sad


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Wall-E.

Best film of the year and probably the best animated film I've ever seen.
Better than The Dark Knight?

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I think so, definitely.


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Nah.

Wall-E's the third best movie I've seen this year.

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I just don't get it! Sorry, I have to say something. Wall-E was trash! Is everyone just going with the crowd or something? Who on this planet older than 10 likes that crap?!


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I just don't get it! Sorry, I have to say something. Wall-E was trash! Is everyone just going with the crowd or something? Who on this planet older than 10 likes that crap?!


the irony being that most of the films you list in your profile as your favourites are also aimed at kids (starwars, lord of the rings and comic book based movies)


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Oooo Mild Possession can't say anything nasty towards him, he likes Phantom of the Paradise!! cult classic. Bugger. smile

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Jaden101: But those movies are bad-ass.... there's a difference, LOL.

MildPossession: Great classic movie, right?! I like your style.


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Jaden101: But those movies are bad-ass.... there's a difference, LOL.

MildPossession: Great classic movie, right?! I like your style.


laughing Wall-E pwns R2

uuuuhhhh...na probably not laughing out loud


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Wall-E is good because it contains powerful themes and ideas that appeal to both adults and kids. Sure, it's 'kid-friendly', but it contains the same amount of potential enjoyment for adults. If anything, kids can't fully understand- or enjoy- the movie (especially it's dialogue-less parts).

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So I attempted to watch Kung Fu Panda last night, I laughed out loud a few times, then at about 36 minutes into it my dvd player got stuck. So I put it in my computer, but my computer wouldn't even play the disc. This never happens, so my guess is the disc is corrupt or something since it doesn't really look scratched. I mailed it back and will get Wall-E next, I'll finish Panda another time, it's just that y'all got me wanting to see Wall-E really bad now.

Anyway, I was hoping the dvd player was broken, because that would give me a great excuse to finally buy a Blu-ray player, or an Xbox. You see, my wife will not allow me to purchase either of those since money is tight, got a baby on the way and such, so I was bummed it was a problem with the disc, not the player.


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