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I was more keen to see BFG if I’m honest, but mostly because I thought Finding Nemo was so good that ‘Finding Dory’ was just going to be a cash-in. But due to a particularly over-excited boyfriend, we ended up seeing Finding Dory. Sharing a small cinema with about 50 people – some of them peculiar, some of them creepy, and only a couple of them under the age of 13 – we unabashedly cracked open a couple of ciders and the movie began. And I was pleasantly surprised… Continue reading
Tagged 2016, Albert Brooks, animation, Diane Keaton, disney, Ed O'Neill, Ellen DeGeneres, Eugene Levy, film, film review, Finding Dory, Finding Nemo, freak, funny, Hayden Rolence, jodie, Kaitlin Olsen, movie, nz, pixar, review, Ty Burrell
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I’m not a huge fan of the cheese-covered conservative Disney films in general. I avoided watching Frozen until just last week, but I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised.
This was a modern story where the main characters are not searching for true love for once. In fact, it was based around friendship and family.
The trailer includes all of the cheese, targeting the younger audience with the shallow humour.
However, the humour in the movie is actually quite funny and target toward an older audience too. Continue reading
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