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Ian James Corlett,
The Movie "Dumb and Dumber" was the coolest, but something about turning movies into cartoons just doesn't seem right (with Free Willy being a slight acception). When the D&D cartoon was announced, I figured "What the Hey? Let's just see it once"
WHAT WAS I THINKING??!!
This cartoon series was terrible. Mainly, it's because the gross jokes that made the movie cool are gone. I admit that I liked Matt Frewer on "Honey, I Shrunk The Kids", but he's no JIM CARREY!! The guy from Coach plays Harry, but he's always picked dumb characters to play, and this was the bottom of his barrel.
I have no complaint about turning movies into cartoons, but don't trash it up!!
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