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It was good until...
It was good until the boy at the end told the girl that he had a boyfriend. Promoting the abomination of gayness is not the best thing in a children's movie.
According to the Bible it's wrong, so that's where I stand. Still giving it a 7 due to pretty darn good animation. :)
Didn't think I'd like it at first but I warmed up to it.
It sort of reminded me of another movie that I can't think of at the moment.
As I said, besides that last bit in the final few minutes, it was a good flick for most ages, but probably bit too scary for the wee ones.
My Future Boyfriend (2011)
Good movie, until the ending.
It was a decent movie until the ending. When he goes back in the past to retry the whole relationship, that just disgusted me.
Why erase everything she went through herself in her own life? He should have just went into the present past where he just left to see what the situation was first, instead of abusing the information he knew about her from the previous past.
As for the filming in Savannah, where I'm located, they didn't show too much. A few seconds of River Street and I believe one of the restaurants might have been down there.
It was decent for what it was, but the ending was far too quick and meaningless.
Legend of the Seeker (2008)
This series is a complete travesty.
This TV series is a complete travesty. It doesn't do any of the books justice, and it is perverted beyond anything I have seen.
It doesn't follow the storyline at all. It changes facts this way and that, just to suit their needs.
There are so many differences between the series and the book that it is almost unrecognizable.
For instance, her sister dies before she crosses the boundary.. The boxes of Orden are never that easy to assemble. They require hours, and hours of sorcery to even begin to open them.
In the TV series, Richard had to recover the Book of Counted Shadows.
In the book series, he knew the Book of Counted Shadows by heart, as his father made him memorize the book by heart.
Zedd in the book acted as a grandfather/father figure throughout Richard's childhood.
In the TV series, he thought Zedd was just some crazy old man, and never knew much about him until Kahlan arrived.
Also, many of the stories such as the ones involving Jensen are totally different.
Finally, in the last episode, he goes into the future. There's no such event in the book. The boxes of Orden end up being destroyed in the TV series.
In the book, they are not destroyed before he kills Darken Rahl. The are put to play again in the next to last book.
This pretty much guarantees that the next season is going to suck, as it's impossible that things can play out the way they did in the book with all of the junk that they have already done in the television series.
At the least, I think that they could do a little bit better and make it more like the book.
I'd give this series a negative -5000 if I could.