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arcadiagt5
Posted on: December 18th, 2006, 8:10am Quote Report to Moderator
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So, Eragon is not a film for watching, it is a film for laying down and avoiding?

In the meantime don't hold back tell us what you really think. 

Glad you had a good weekend, fairly quiet over here.

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rdm
Posted on: December 19th, 2006, 10:26am Quote Report to Moderator
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IMNSHO, Eragon is the best made bad movie I have ever seen.

It is in need of a good, long, hard MSTying.

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leece
Posted on: December 19th, 2006, 10:30am Quote Report to Moderator
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By the look of it, it had vey high production values. Sigh. I do like to *care* about the characters. They just made it very difficult to suspend my disbelief. It came so close to greatness.
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Posted on: December 19th, 2006, 10:35am Quote Report to Moderator
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Here's what JCS was originally responding to, in Leece's Ramblings. "Then on Saturday, to escape the heat and the blahs we went to see Eragon. Never a movie has been in so in need of a MST3K-ing. It was getting to the point when I could say the actors lines before they did.

A more colour by numbers, join the dots adolescent hackneyed fantasy piece of hack I've never seen. And yet, the dragon was animated well, it had beautiful cinematography and some good actors. If only the writing and story had been better. I'm glad I haven't read the book to be shocked at what's been done to it. At least I hope the book is nothing like the film!"
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