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    I'm a little unsure, also. I love the headliner stars, so that's not it. It's more the topic. I think behind the scenes stuff can be interesting but sometimes it's more than I want to know, if that makes any sense?

    Margaret Mitchell was killed by a cab driver when she was crossing the road, that she tried to push her husband out in front of the cab to save herself is more than I wanted to know. That sort of thing.






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    I couldn't imagine why this was interesting enough to make a movie, but now that I see the trailer, I understand why. I am excited to see it and hopefully it is as good as it looks



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    Mary Poppins is my favorite Disney movie. I think the premise of this movie is interesting as getting the rights to MP was a very hard sell.

    And again, I can't wait to see it!!!












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    Quote Originally Posted by Oreo, post: 316083
    DIsney have a habit of going through different fazes.

    In my opinion we've had a period of pretty low quality films from Disney but now were starting to see a higher quality of films with the likes of Wreck it ralf, monsters university and also upcoming films like this one and frozen.

    Not sure they can reach the heights of the 90s in terms of classic films but they're doing the right things.

    Hopefully this one lives up to the expectation.
    Out of interest which ones do you think are of lower quality?














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    Quote Originally Posted by Britchick, post: 316110
    Out of interest which ones do you think are of lower quality?
    John carter, brave, Beverley hills chiuwawa (all of them), cars two.....



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    I thought Brave was excellent












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    I'll step back even further, Oreo. I didn't like Lilo and Stitch at all. Brave was so-so. I like the female protagonist and the fact that the mother didn't get killed, but the story line was thin. I was hoping for so much more.

    Wasn't a huge fan of Tangled either.

    I like Bambi! (Jungle Book, Mary Poppins, Pollyanna, Thomasina, Old Yeller, the old stuff). OH! Dumbo, too of course.






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    I love Lilo. She reminds me of when I was little. Plus she LOVES Elvis. Made the whole movie for me

    Brave, the story was probably thin, but I just love Merida and the complicated relationship aspect with her mom. I didn't see Tangled.












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    Quote Originally Posted by Oreo, post: 316139
    John carter, brave, Beverley hills chiuwawa (all of them), cars two.....

    I'm relieved..,I thought you were going to say Up

    I agree with the above really, I was really looking forward to Brave but found it a bit meh. Shame because Merida looks awesome. I've not seen John Carter because it had so many bad reviews.

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    I'll say Up. It was ok, but not to usual standards. A little too off base with the plot. I don't see kids "getting it" as thoroughly as they can understand other Disney movies.

    I use Aladdin as an example of a Disney movie that children could fully relate to while parents were completely entertained. I laughed, and laughed at Robin William's character!!






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