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The Famous Druid

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Icon 1 posted September 10, 2005 22:34      Profile for The Famous Druid     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Clan McDruid just returned from seeing Wallace and Gromit's latest adventure "The Curse of the Were-Rabbit" - and it's a cracker !

It's got Wallace, and Gromit, and a were-rabbit.
It's a tale of romance, and intrigue, jealousy, and cheese, and what some men will do for a bit of totty.
It's got exciting chase scenes, rabbits doing what rabbits are famous for, mob violence, and sound nutritional advice.
Lots of fun for all the family.
Highly recommended.

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Icon 1 posted September 11, 2005 03:37      Profile for Grummash     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Sounds good...and definitely one that Management (a.k.a. Dearly Beloved, a.k.a Mrs Grummash) will want to see when it arrives in the UK. I suspect that nieces and nephews will be 'borrowed' so that it is not just grown-ups goimg to see the film [Roll Eyes]

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Icon 6 posted September 11, 2005 05:46      Profile for Frost     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
I for one never borrowed and kids to see animated movies. I just went and saw them. Why would you need children? [ohwell]

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quote:
I for one never borrowed and kids to see animated movies. I just went and saw them. Why would you need children?
I don't need to 'borrow kids' myself, but Dearly Beloved feels that people will think she is odd for going to a 'kids movie' without any kids....and she enjoys the opportunity to take the smaller relatives for an afternoon out. [Smile]

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Icon 1 posted September 11, 2005 09:37      Profile for TMBWITW,PB     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Glad to hear it gets a good review. It comes out October 7 here in the states. Assuming I'm not yet busy caring for a newborn I think I'll go see it. Otherwise I'll just have to wait for the DVD.

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Icon 1 posted September 11, 2005 13:15      Profile for maximile   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Hooray, Wallace and Gromit!

After seeing the trailers, I was a bit worried that Dreamworks might have spoilt it a bit... tainted its Britishness? Did they?

And if not, why isn't it out here yet?!

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quote:
Originally posted by maximile:
After seeing the trailers, I was a bit worried that Dreamworks might have spoilt it a bit... tainted its Britishness? Did they?

It's still very British, but in a concession to their American partners, guns do play a prominent role.

As for why it's not released in the UK or US yet, you're forgetting the time difference, it's October here already [Wink]

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YAYYY!!!!!!!!!!

I'm glad the first review I've read is a good one!!

The missus and I have been waiting years - literally years - for this movie. I was at the North American Premiere of "A Grand Day Out" (when no one knew who the <bleep> they were) and attended festival showings of all the W&G films. They all make life worth living!!!

Sometimes more volume = less quality.

...with some obvious exceptions...

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w00t! /me looks forward to that. Now if that isn't a date movie, I don't know what is. [Wink] /me thinks he'll try to rustle up some friends for the occasion. [Razz]

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