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    Saw this movie over the weekend at the IMAX 3D version...very cool effects with the 3D version. Story line was more suited for older children IMO (the puppets were just darn scary!), but the message of the movie was wonderful!!! I want a bell! :santawave
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    I saw it at an IMAX this weekend too, Igot

    I wasn't all that keen on going, but ended up really enjoying the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Igotalife
    I want a bell! :santawave
    They're selling them at Hallmark stores, I believe.
    Never let the things you want make you forget about the things you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LG.
    OK, call me crazy, but this whole movie just turns me off. I really dislike the computer animation and creepy disembodied voice of Tom Hanks in the ad. The ads make me cringe.
    Me, too, and I LOVE Tom Hanks. I've been seeing the ads for this for quite awhile, and it just doesn't appeal to me.

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    I took my nieces to see this yesterday and we all just loved it. The animation was incredible. My youngest niece is turning 3 next week and this was her first movie-going experience. She's normally quite chatty, so I thought I'd spend the whole movie "shushing" her, but she was so into it she didn't make a peep. Two thumbs up from me.

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