Animaniacs

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Post by GeorgeC » February 22nd, 2005, 11:33 pm

Special_Ed wrote:because it sucked.
That and Will Smith has fallen into the category of doing the same kind of character over and over again in all his movies.

I seriously got annoyed by Smith in Shark Tale.

I was surprised by how good Jack Black was because I really haven't like him in anything else I've seen him in.

The rest of the film is so by the numbers that it's not funny...

Some films get better with time. DreamWorks films seem to get more obviously mediocre as time goes by.

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Post by Ben » February 26th, 2005, 5:22 pm

I remember the "nice try Katzenberg" line.

Also, remember when we saw the darkened back of Roger Rabbit in one episode (a blink and you'll miss affair, but was still very funny)!?

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Post by GeorgeC » February 27th, 2005, 1:05 am

Ben wrote:I remember the "nice try Katzenberg" line.

Also, remember when we saw the darkened back of Roger Rabbit in one episode (a blink and you'll miss affair, but was still very funny)!?

Oh, I remember that one, too!

Roger's line went something like this --

Roger: Please, I need the job to buy glitter paint for my wife!

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Post by Kurtis » June 20th, 2007, 9:59 am

Any of you Canadians out there, Best Buy currently has a bunch of TV box sets marked down to 27.99 include Animaniacs, including Volume Three which just came out yesterday! Pinky and the Brain is still $40+

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Post by Daniel » June 21st, 2007, 12:57 am

Wow, that's a good deal. To bad I don't live in Canada, or else I would get it!

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