ehead wrote:I hear the trilogy edition contains an artbook or something. Gimme gimme!
Windstar wrote:I saw Frankenweenie too. I was having some Corpse Bride flashbacks with this. But it was really great. I can't say I can relate to thinking of dogs as best friends, I never really had a dog until I was in high school. But anyway, I like the themes it touches on. And I liked how it ended.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Another really good movie. I don't expect many people to be able to relate to it, but at the very least it's a compelling teen drama/romance.
Patrick wrote:Finally saw Wreck-It Ralph (since it's finally out here) and I thought it was a really enjoyable movie. Some of the humour felt a bit flat to me since I'm not six years old, but they totally nailed the look/sound of all the games and most of the references were fun. Thankfully the movie didn't rely on them too much. It definitely wasn't as good as the short that preceded it, but then few things are.
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