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    Happily N'Ever After?

    Saw a couple previews of this movie in the theaters
    and thought it might be fun to see . . . . . UNTIL
    I went to Rottentomatoes.com and saw that it had
    a 6% positive rating! SIX PERCENT!

    Has anyone seen this movie, (that actually wants
    to admit it)? Was it really THAT bad??????

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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    It looks like an awful copy of Shrek. With movies costing $9 now you can bet that I won't go see it.

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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    No thanks. I agree with EagleWings, a bad Shrek rip-off.
    Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban

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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    Here is a typical review found at rotten tomatoes
    by Ann Hornaday at the Washington Post:

    "A slick piece of computer animation that can
    be described as a family film only in the sense
    that it's a film the whole family will want to avoid."

    So, there are at least a few reporters who have
    the courage to admit they've seen this movie ~

    Any courageous Micechatters out there admit to
    seeing this movie?

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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    I will give it a chance and see it with my kids Sunday. It will give us something to do. I never listen to critics anyway. Since we see the early show, it only costs us $4 a ticket. A small price to pay for a bit of fun.

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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    I think that it looks awful!

    I thought that the ads say "from the creator's of Shrek" , don't they? So, I don't think it is a rip-off as much as a lame attempt to duplicate a success.

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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    It was panned in our newspaper. The review was one of the most hilarious ones I've ever read.

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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    Saw the preview today......not planning on going to this one, unfortunately the Wolfette does...I'll make Daddy go!
    Mom, remember, it's not what a person is like on the outside that counts,
    it's what they are like in their HEART!


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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    My parents took Rose today- they said it was cute- nothing special but nothing terrible either.

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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    I'm with GointoDL....it looks horrible. Nope, won't waste my time. Or money.




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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    We need real, sincere fairy tales again, not spoofs - - and from Walt Disney Feature Animation.

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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    i would never see that movie and waste my money! i think the 6&#37; reviews sound about right.


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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    I'm bummed. This looked interesting and I hate to hear that it's bad. Maybe I'll see it anyway. Maybe not. I don't see an awful lot of movies these days.
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    Re: Happily N'Ever After?

    IMDB.com said that just the thought of the movie makes them want to barf....

    Is this another movie from the same ones that brought us such dreck as Hoodwinked?
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