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 Post subject: Re: Alanis
PostPosted: Wed September 15, 2021 5:41 pm 
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Only when it feels really mean-spirited. Most non-"PC" jokes I can write off. But the last act of Ace Ventura is a good example of one that feels particularly gross. It leaves a bad taste for me.

Ace Ventura 2: When Nature Calls is a better movie anyway

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 Post subject: Re: Alanis
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and did you feel that as a kid?

I feel that any kind of problem those movied had, i kinda already knew back in the day. And i still enjoy them.

Not ace ventura, i hated it as a kid. Never saw the second one.

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I mostly feel bad for myself for once finding Kevin Smith funny


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No, I didn't really think about whether jokes were mean-spirited as a kid. Kids are cruel!

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tragabigzanda wrote:
I mostly feel bad for myself for once finding Kevin Smith funny


yeah, im surprised on how much i loved him back in the day.

I wanna see Mallrats again tough. Im sure i will be terrible.

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VinylGuy wrote:
tragabigzanda wrote:
I mostly feel bad for myself for once finding Kevin Smith funny


yeah, im surprised on how much i loved him back in the day.

I wanna see Mallrats again tough. Im sure i will be terrible.

Remember thinking the stink palm was hysterical?


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i only remember Stan Lee and thinking the guys were all losers.

Chasing Amy was an instant favorite to me, i saw it on the theatres and loved it.

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VinylGuy wrote:
i only remember Stan Lee and thinking the guys were all losers.

Chasing Amy was an instant favorite to me, i saw it on the theatres and loved it.

Same. It's pretty embarrassing now to think I once rooted for Affleck to get the girl.


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not always, but often; when I was a child all I knew of trans women was as monsters or the stuff of jokes; it affected me, as someone who would find she was one, so if there's that stuff in it, I find it very difficult to watch now


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 Post subject: Re: Alanis
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Wrong thread but here we are: WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH WAYNE’S WORLD?

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hardly anything, it is practically perfect in every way

I wish I could say the same for Wayne's World 2 but I still like it


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Wayne's World 2 is better than 1

Ace Ventura 1 is a lot better than 2 (they didn't understand the character in 2)

Mallrats is a nice little movie that I can still look back fondly at, though it's very dated.

Nobody asked and this has nothing to do with anything but The Addams Family 2 is a lot better than 1.

Who's Alanis?

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agreed on Adams Family 2 > 1


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 Post subject: Re: Alanis
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Oh yeah THE PEOPLE WHO MADE THE CHARACTER DIDN'T UNDERSTAND THE CHARACTER

SURE SURE OK

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Put me in the Wayne's World 2 is better than 1 camp.


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Though I haven't watched either in forever.


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 Post subject: Re: Alanis
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Jorge wrote:
Oh yeah THE PEOPLE WHO MADE THE CHARACTER DIDN'T UNDERSTAND THE CHARACTER

SURE SURE OK

They got it all wrong! In the first movie, he's not a moron. He's a misunderstood genius who often plays the fool to trick people into letting their guard down.

In the second movie, he's just an idiot clown stumbling and bumbling his way from one wacky setpiece to the next. Z-grade comedy.

FFS JORGE

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Jorge wrote:
Oh yeah THE PEOPLE WHO MADE THE CHARACTER DIDN'T UNDERSTAND THE CHARACTER

SURE SURE OK

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 Post subject: Re: Alanis
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It was a cash grab

I will not back down on this this is important.

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It’s not unusual for a character to become more and more one note or even a parody of themselves from movie to movie or season to season. It’s not so much not understanding the character it’s laziness.


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