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You've reached the point in your life where you actually think it worthwhile to read IMDb reviews on a release of Tarzan 3D... you're probably not a kid, and why your reading this, I can't say:
it's take your kid to the movie day, movie... it's Tarzan swinging from trees in 3d... Disney's Tarzan is not re-releasing in 3d at the same time this movie is hitting theatres, so, why compare?...
15 years from now you're going to meet some guy, and he's going to say, "I saw Tarzan 3d when I was 10 and it was my favourite childhood movie"... why? because I know I can say for myself, I saw Prince of Egypt when I was 10, and apart from the embedded hidden memories of watching The Little Mermaid on VHS over a 100 times in my extremely early developmental years... the Prince of Egypt is the first movie I saw in theatres that embedded with the ability of conscious recollection into my memories, at 10 years old. That movie is a 7, and I've watched it over again, and I agree now, it's a 7.
By that logic, I'm giving this movie a 7. It'll be a 10 for many kids that see it at age 10... it'll be a 1 for every recently full grown adult that remembers seeing Disney's Tarzan in theatres in 1999. Why?
*caps on* BECAUSE YOU CAN'T BE IMPRINTED LIKE A CHILD ANYMORE *caps off*
so don't start thinking you watched a masterpiece in 1999... you watched Disney's Tarzan... and the only way these movies sell is by having a remote semblance of humour that an adult can find bearable so as to be okay with sitting beside his kid for 1.5 hours... if this movie bombs, it'll be because it lacked this, and no wallets are gonna part with $60+ for something that a 10 year old would love, but an adult would still have to bear through it...
Tarzan (1999), Mulan (1998), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), Pocahontas (1995)... if I'm naming titles that you really enjoyed... it's probably because you were born sometime between 1985 and 1992... they're no better than what this movie is going to be.
Sorry... it sucks to get older... at least you can thank time for passing faster.
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