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I actually don't hate "Cool World" as much now. That movie at least had a solid storyline and character motivation.
This.. this was just "Hey! Let's have puppets do filthy things and then inject agenda-driven social commentary randomly and about as subtly as a 2x4 up the rear... which is a puppet fantasy, more than likely! Har har har!"
It's as if drunk stoners addicted to porn watched "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and said, "Hey, we can do that!"
No, no you can't. This was terrible. Hollywood, just stop. You suck.
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