I bought the most expensive version I could find. I don’t own a 3D television (yet). But the release and fail of this movie is unfounded!How many of you actually went and saw it? What was the reason again it was suppose to be so bad? I went in the theater without any hopes or expectations. But it was pleasantly a good film.This. Movie. Rocks. It’s what more movies should be, and the perfect popcorn flick. I think it sits comfortably right next to Avengers in terms of quality.Andrew Stanton, Director of Wall-E takes the helm and pours all his boyish fantasies out on screen. C’mon. He knows how to tell a good story. This is worth your time. GO OUT AND BUY IT. I’ll never understand why this movie didn’t do better- granted it wasn’t the box office disaster some were painting it to be well before its release. The budget is probably the culprit, and somewhere…the marketing behind the movie totally failed. The trailers didn’t do it for me at all.But that’s okay. We need to all watch this movie now that you can take it home. And maybe one day we’ll get a sequel. Because the next book totally has plant people in it and that would be tits to see.Tits.

I bought the most expensive version I could find. I don’t own a 3D television (yet). But the release and fail of this movie is unfounded!

How many of you actually went and saw it? What was the reason again it was suppose to be so bad? I went in the theater without any hopes or expectations. But it was pleasantly a good film.

This. Movie. Rocks. It’s what more movies should be, and the perfect popcorn flick. I think it sits comfortably right next to Avengers in terms of quality.

Andrew Stanton, Director of Wall-E takes the helm and pours all his boyish fantasies out on screen. C’mon. He knows how to tell a good story.
This is worth your time. GO OUT AND BUY IT.

I’ll never understand why this movie didn’t do better- granted it wasn’t the box office disaster some were painting it to be well before its release. The budget is probably the culprit, and somewhere…the marketing behind the movie totally failed. The trailers didn’t do it for me at all.

But that’s okay. We need to all watch this movie now that you can take it home. And maybe one day we’ll get a sequel. Because the next book totally has plant people in it and that would be tits to see.

Tits.

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    I hadn’t heard much of anything about this movie until my mom called me and asked if I had heard of the movie. I told...
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    This movie was awesome :3
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    John Carter/Princess of Mars was my dad’s favorite books series when he was a teenager. He owns several different copies...
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    I wasn’t really interested in the movie but I was interested in the comic. I’m curious about the movie now.
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    Tits.
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    I actually did like this movie. It was a lot better then people were making it out to be. Is it perfect? Pffff well of...
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    Plant people you say…. Tits you say… I am intrigued.
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    I didn’t get to see this in theaters and ADSGSDHFKJFGHJS I MUST SEE
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    I’ve never even heard of this movie…
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    You are just precious.