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is this any good? and ya just know cartoon network is gonna whore this out eventually.
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no
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ya think he'll make the sequel?
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Well, the author of the original books it was based on said it was good, though it wasn't Earthsea.

Kind of harsh criticism.
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>>10273288
That's because Ursula's an elitist bitch.

I love her work, but an elitist bitch.
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worst miyazaki.
But it's still enjoyable
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The film is a badly done mishmash of characters and events from The Farthest Shore and Tehanu. And Cob is incredibly gay.
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I heard the film was books 3 and 4 happening at hte same time with the heroine from book 2 thrown in there for the lols.
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>>10273836
it wasn't directed by some other Miyazaki, not Hayao.
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His son
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read the fucking original books douchebags
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>>10273836
your talking about teh wrong miyazaki here.
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>>10273884
But I can't read!
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Its pretty bad. Very pretty though
>The movie at year's end in Japan was awarded "Worst Movie" in Bunshun's Raspberry Awards, which presided over by a panel of 32 movie critics. Goro Miyazaki also "won" the "Worst Director" award
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>>10273822
She's very protective of her work. She goes a bit part, but I agree with her judgements in a lot of cases. That Sci-Fi channel miniseries was just BLERGH.
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She'll be dead soon, anyway.



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