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1. Posted: Sun 25th Oct 2009 16:18 GMT
Have you ever watched a movie and there was a part where you were like, "Man, that part would of been better they had done this"? Well, say it here, for example: I was watching this earlier Casper movie, and in the opening scene, there was this train that had a skull and was glowing red. It could of been scary, but due to poor computer animation, it wasn't. So they could fix that.
So, what part in a movie would you fix?
2. Posted: Sun 25th Oct 2009 16:26 GMT
The Black Cauldron. Disney could've touched up the kidnapping of the pig scene with a little more shading and lighting. And, of course, add more emotion to the voice acting.
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3. Posted: Sun 25th Oct 2009 21:00 GMT
That movie Hancock would have been better without the crappy backstory about being gods and goddesses or whatever. That was lame.
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4. Posted: Sun 25th Oct 2009 22:07 GMT
Oh man, that whole movie was one big pain to watch. I wanted to like it so much, and it really had good ideas, but was just poorly executed to the extreme...
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5. Posted: Thu 29th Oct 2009 00:26 GMT
The Wizard and Super Mario Bros.
6. Posted: Thu 29th Oct 2009 00:32 GMT
Agreed. That just made the movie wierd.
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7. Posted: Thu 29th Oct 2009 00:37 GMT
Ramandus wrote:That movie Hancock would have been better without the crappy backstory about being gods and goddesses or whatever. That was lame.Agreed. That just made the movie wierd.
Agree to agree! The villains were also extremely lame. I couldn't believed it turned into a romance story!
What about half the sequences in Judge Dredd? It's embarressing to see how much better Star Wars was even though there was a 15 year gap in technology.
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8. Posted: Thu 29th Oct 2009 00:39 GMT
I do think some moments could've been fixed in The Mummy 3, Journey, and The Black Cauldron. Particularly some scripting and emotional emphasis in voice acting.
9. Posted: Thu 29th Oct 2009 00:39 GMT
Transformers might have been good if they had fixed this minor detail...
10. Posted: Thu 29th Oct 2009 03:23 GMT
The Super Mario Bros.
They cant fix it, they would have to remake it.
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11. Posted: Thu 29th Oct 2009 03:25 GMT
@Machu Relax, they won't be back for the 3rd movie