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Fata Morgana
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There are spoilers for most of the movies on the list, just warning you in case you haven't seen some of them and want to:

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Fata Morgana wrote:
There are spoilers for most of the movies on the list, just warning you in case you haven't seen some of them and want to:


NOT ANY MORE, I DON'T.

The "analysis" of Watership Down was awesome.

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I've seen all of these except the top 3. Can't say I was scarred for life by any of them, but Transformers probably fueled my interest in action-based animation more than anything else. I saw it when it actually came out, so there were alot of things about this that broke the rules of cartoons of that day and age. Very Happy

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Shok Xone Studios wrote:
The "analysis" of Watership Down was awesome.


Watership Down is misclassified as a children's book so, so badly. I can't think of any other books that are mislabeled so horribly. It's got rabbits talking about waging war and explicitly mentioning killing a rival warren, and also discussion of how they need to get females so they can start having offspring and how they need to be kept in a calm, stress-free environment or else they'll reabsorb the pregnancy.
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I don't think Mask of the Phantasm or Pom Poko are all that traumatizing. Sad maybe. Are kids really gonna be traumatized by the giant balls on raccoons? They'd giggle maybe.

But more to the point, "Grave of the Fireflies" is not on that list, hence the whole thing is called into question. For that matter, all the blood in Princess Mononoke is enough to traumatize a kid.
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I watched Pom Poko with my adult sister, explaining the folk characterization of Tanuki, and we found the film (giant bludgeoning balls aside) to be both hilarious and surreal. She then allowed her children to watch the film. Though granted, the English language translation we watch had the Tanuki using the term "pouch" any time they were referencing their testicles, so I'm somewhat certain at least my sister was fooled into believing that Tanuki are some kind of marsupial who bludgeon people with their inflated pouches.

I haven't seen Mask of the Phantasm. I know, I fail at being a Batman fan. =[

I'm guessing that Grave of the Fireflies was not included because it did not have a wide scale release in the US, in the same way that Pom Poko did? Actually, I think they were attempting to choose films that were expressly made for children, except that that means Who Framed Roger Rabbit doesn't belong there.
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I've seen three of those movies - two of them a long time ago. I realize that this is supposed to be tongue-in-cheek, but the cases they make against these films are mostly spurious. I have never understood why Americans think they have to hide the realities of life from their children. That is why we have so many screwed up young adults these days when these people are so unprepared and suddenly have to deal with the world as it is.

I thought that The 10 Most Awesome Movies Hollywood Ever Killed was a much more interesting list. I have always thought that Rendezvous With Rama would have made a great movie.
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Sci-Fi fans seem doomed to choose between silly action movies (like Transformers or Independence Day) and slow, existential lower-budget fare (like Solaris). What we want is more films like The Matrix, goddamnit, where they can delve into metaphysical ideas and still get a solid hour of zero-gravity kung fu. (Seriously, Hollywood, why is that so hard?)

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GrinfilledCelt wrote:
I've seen three of those movies - two of them a long time ago. I realize that this is supposed to be tongue-in-cheek, but the cases they make against these films are mostly spurious. I have never understood why Americans think they have to hide the realities of life from their children. That is why we have so many screwed up young adults these days when these people are so unprepared and suddenly have to deal with the world as it is.

I thought that The 10 Most Awesome Movies Hollywood Ever Killed was a much more interesting list. I have always thought that Rendezvous With Rama would have made a great movie.


I look at that list, and am reminded of disappointment that Ghostbuster III never got made. Instead the only thing that ever came of it was the marginal animated series Extreme Ghostbusters. Rolling Eyes

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GrinfilledCelt wrote:
I thought that The 10 Most Awesome Movies Hollywood Ever Killed was a much more interesting list. I have always thought that Rendezvous With Rama would have made a great movie.

The above is a much more interesting list.
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