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@undeadslayer4

How goes it dude? I never read the books so really can't compare. I'd guessed that people who read the books would like the film, but maybe it is so different they won't. That said, I think the film stands pretty good on its own. It's hard to adapt a book exactly to film, but i agree it can be a letdown when the film is different.
@undeadslayer4

How goes it dude? I never read the books so really can't compare. I'd guessed that people who read the books would like the film, but maybe it is so different they won't. That said, I think the film stands pretty good on its own. It's hard to adapt a book exactly to film, but i agree it can be a letdown when the film is different.
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@Steve-Armstrong

That wasn't an issue for me. Maybe the maze shutdown once the other kids got through, maybe they killed that bug and took another beacon, maybe aliens teleported Gally lol. Willing suspension of disbelief dude. Hope all is well.

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@ed-wood What's up dude? What did you think of the film? The sh*tbag Hercules really tanked the box office for this one.
@Paul-Grady Truly horrible? Wow, that's a mind boggling critique of this film lol.

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@thedude1

I must say I'm surprised wild wild west has gotten some love in this forum lol. I guess there's someone out there that has After Earth on their best of lists
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@jasdjqs

Now that's funny lol, that movie should be erased from existence.
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@writer220
Dude, totally agree regarding Uwe Boll. We should do a list of directors that have yet to make a decent movie lol
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@tseliamis

Good call, dragon ball is top ten worthy!