History CowboyBebopAtHisComputer / Film

8th Feb '18 4:32:08 PM CorahsUncle
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* And here's a kicker: Ted Baehr's MovieGuide did its review of the 2007 ''WesternAnimation/{{TMNT}}'' film shortly after its release, and did an utterly atrocious job explaining the film's content factually. For starters:

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* And here's a kicker: Ted Baehr's MovieGuide [=MovieGuide=] did its review of the 2007 ''WesternAnimation/{{TMNT}}'' film shortly after its release, and did an utterly atrocious job explaining the film's content factually. For starters:



** "Stories went nowhere..." In other words, nobody at MovieGuide had ever heard of the 2003 animated series? Or the original comics? The intro was a minimal effort to give newcomers [[AllThereInTheManual an insight into the film's world]], just in the bleak chance that someone going to see it [[SmallReferencePools had never been exposed to previous Turtles-related material]].

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** "Stories went nowhere..." In other words, nobody at MovieGuide [=MovieGuide=] had ever heard of the 2003 animated series? Or the original comics? The intro was a minimal effort to give newcomers [[AllThereInTheManual an insight into the film's world]], just in the bleak chance that someone going to see it [[SmallReferencePools had never been exposed to previous Turtles-related material]].



* [[http://animatedviews.com/2011/superman-the-motion-picture-anthology-blu-ray-collection/ This review]] of the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' Motion Picture Anthology Blu-Ray keeps crediting Bud Collyer as the lead of the 1940s serials and portrayer of Lois Lane's father in the extended version of the first movie. However, Bud Collyer voiced Superman in the radio series ''Radio/TheAdventuresOfSuperman'', the WesternAnimation/SupermanTheatricalCartoons, and the animated TV series ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfSuperman''. Additionally, he died nine years before the ''Superman'' motion picture anthology began. Kirk Alyn actually acted as the lead in the serials, and Lois' father in the first movie. The Blu-Ray bonus features state the differences between Collyer and Alyn more than once.
* The MovieGuide.org review of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut'' refers to Big Gay Al as being black. It also claims that "the whole point of ''South Park'' is that the children in the movie should have been allowed to see the Terrance & Phillip movie, just as the world's children should be allowed to see ''South Park'', even though it is rated R. Furthermore, the message of the movie is clear: that adults should let children engage in depraved actions and foul language, and that all this is just part of growing up."

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* [[http://animatedviews.com/2011/superman-the-motion-picture-anthology-blu-ray-collection/ This review]] of the ''Film/{{Superman}}'' Motion Picture Anthology Blu-Ray keeps crediting Bud Collyer as the lead of the 1940s serials and portrayer of Lois Lane's father in the extended version of the first movie. However, Bud Collyer voiced Superman in the radio series ''Radio/TheAdventuresOfSuperman'', the WesternAnimation/SupermanTheatricalCartoons, and the animated TV series ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfSuperman''. Additionally, he died nine years before the ''Superman'' motion picture anthology began. Kirk Alyn Creator/KirkAlyn actually acted as the lead in the serials, and Lois' father in the first movie. The Blu-Ray Blu-ray bonus features state the differences between Collyer and Alyn more than once.
* The MovieGuide.org [=MovieGuide.org=] review of ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut'' refers to Big Gay Al as being black. It also claims that "the whole point of ''South Park'' is that the children in the movie should have been allowed to see the Terrance & Phillip movie, just as the world's children should be allowed to see ''South Park'', even though it is rated R. Furthermore, the message of the movie is clear: that adults should let children engage in depraved actions and foul language, and that all this is just part of growing up."



* Build A Bear Workshop's description for their plush toy of Fluffy from ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'' starts with "Agnes, Gru's favourite unicorn, is totally adorable in furry friend form!" Fluffy is the name of the unicorn, and Agnes is the name of one of Gru's daughters and the person who actually owns said unicorn, not Gru.
* A Billboard magazine article from 1998 claims that the 1996 version of ''Film/ShallWeDance'' is a Studio Ghibli film. (To be fair, most of the article is about Studio Ghibli, so it'd be easy for a writer not familiar with the material to get confused.)

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* Build A Bear Build-a-Bear Workshop's description for their plush toy of Fluffy from ''WesternAnimation/DespicableMe'' starts with "Agnes, Gru's favourite unicorn, is totally adorable in furry friend form!" Fluffy is the name of the unicorn, and Agnes is the name of one of Gru's daughters and the person who actually owns said unicorn, not Gru.
* A Billboard ''Billboard'' magazine article from 1998 claims that the 1996 version of ''Film/ShallWeDance'' is a Studio Ghibli film. (To be fair, most of the article is about Studio Ghibli, so it'd be easy for a writer not familiar with the material to get confused.)


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* A few summaries of the 1983 PilotMovie ''The Invisible Woman'' claim that Sandy became an InvisibleStreaker after drinking her uncle's invisibility formula. Actually, the formula had been spilled and she wiped it up, absorbing the formula through her skin.
3rd Feb '18 1:30:46 PM nombretomado
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* The New York Observer's Rex Reed is a repeat offender; not only did he inexplicably describe a scene in ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods'' in which "vampires circle the moon and suck the hot studís blood,Ē ([[http://www.thelmagazine.com/TheMeasure/archives/2012/04/12/how-i-lost-my-respect-for-rex-reed while also failing to make much of the]] PostModernism plot) he accused ''The Dark Knight'' of a ContinuitySnarl for introducing TheJoker as though he's making his debut despite the fact that he already appeared in the 1989 film, which is ''a separate continuity''.

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* The New York Observer's Rex Reed is a repeat offender; not only did he inexplicably describe a scene in ''Film/TheCabinInTheWoods'' in which "vampires circle the moon and suck the hot studís blood,Ē ([[http://www.thelmagazine.com/TheMeasure/archives/2012/04/12/how-i-lost-my-respect-for-rex-reed while also failing to make much of the]] PostModernism plot) he accused ''The Dark Knight'' of a ContinuitySnarl for introducing TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker as though he's making his debut despite the fact that he already appeared in the 1989 film, which is ''a separate continuity''.
16th Jan '18 1:49:06 PM PerfumePreppy
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Elsa from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' is often referred to as "Princess Elsa", especially in Brazil, even though her coronation and status as ''queen'' of Arendelle is a major plot point. Even then, it's not as bad as when she's called "[[IAmNotShazam Princess Frozen]]".

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* Elsa from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' is often referred to as "Princess Elsa", especially in Brazil, even though her coronation and status as ''queen'' of Arendelle is a are major plot point. points. Even then, it's not as bad as when she's called "[[IAmNotShazam Princess Frozen]]".Frozen]]"...
16th Jan '18 1:48:34 PM PerfumePreppy
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Elsa from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' is often referred to as "Princess Elsa", especially in Brazil, even though her coronation and status as ''queen'' of Arendelle is a major plot point. Even then, it's not as bad as when she's called "[[IAmNotShazam Princess Frozen]]".
13th Jan '18 9:42:42 PM erforce
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* The ''Film/XMen'' films:

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10th Jan '18 12:47:36 AM jormis29
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* The author of ''The New York Times''' [[http://www.nytimes.com/2006/11/14/movies/14dvd.html review]] of some remastered Creator/RodgersAndHammerstein [=DVDs=] expressed disappointment when he read the back cover of ''Theatre/{{Carousel}}'' saying that it came with a film adaptation of its predecessor, ''Liliom'', assumed this referred to the 1930 adaptation, but then found himself watching Creator/FritzLang's 1934 movie. One must wonder why he felt surprised, since the back DVD cover and the insert listing production notes and DVD features and chapters clearly list the 1934 adaptation among the bonus features. (Granted, other people anticipated the inclusion of the 1930 movie, but they did so ''before'' obtaining the DVD.)

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* The author of ''The New York Times''' [[http://www.nytimes.com/2006/11/14/movies/14dvd.html review]] of some remastered Creator/RodgersAndHammerstein [=DVDs=] expressed disappointment when he read the back cover of ''Theatre/{{Carousel}}'' saying that it came with a film adaptation of its predecessor, ''Liliom'', ''Film/{{Liliom}}'', assumed this referred to the 1930 adaptation, but then found himself watching Creator/FritzLang's 1934 movie. One must wonder why he felt surprised, since the back DVD cover and the insert listing production notes and DVD features and chapters clearly list the 1934 adaptation among the bonus features. (Granted, other people anticipated the inclusion of the 1930 movie, but they did so ''before'' obtaining the DVD.)
28th Dec '17 11:59:37 AM dsneybuf
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** One article reported that ''Captain Marvel'''s [[TheNineties '90s]] time frame sets it at an earlier time period than any other MCU movie. If the author saw ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', he would've realized that the [[TheForties Forties]] period piece has ''Captain Marvel'' beat.

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** One article reported that ''Captain Marvel'''s [[TheNineties '90s]] time frame sets it at an earlier time period than any other MCU movie. If the author saw ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', he would've realized that the [[TheForties Forties]] '40s]] period piece has ''Captain Marvel'' beat.
28th Dec '17 11:59:09 AM dsneybuf
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** One article reported that ''Captain Marvel'''s [[TheNineties '90s]] time frame sets it at an earlier time period than any other MCU movie. The author never saw ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', which takes place primarily during TheForties.

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** One article reported that ''Captain Marvel'''s [[TheNineties '90s]] time frame sets it at an earlier time period than any other MCU movie. The If the author never saw ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'', which takes place primarily during TheForties.he would've realized that the [[TheForties Forties]] period piece has ''Captain Marvel'' beat.
22nd Nov '17 1:41:32 PM CRE040295
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** [[http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/20094/Godzilla-vs-Biollante/overview This article from the New York Times]] wrongfully calls the film ''Film/GodzillaVsBiollante'' "Godzilla VS Bioranch". It's made even more annoying by the fact that the article even has a poster from the film that shows the actual title of the film.

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** [[http://movies.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20150908041907/http://www.nytimes.com/movie/20094/Godzilla-vs-Biollante/overview com/movies/movie/20094/Godzilla-vs-Bioranch/overview This article from the New York Times]] wrongfully calls the film ''Film/GodzillaVsBiollante'' "Godzilla VS Bioranch". It's made even more annoying by the fact that the article even has a poster from the film that shows the actual title of the film.



* The Parents Television Council's [[http://www.parentstv.org/ptc/publications/moviereviews/PTC/2006/friedworms.asp review of the film version]] of ''How to Eat Fried Worms'' opens with the following statement: "The beloved children's classic ... has come to life in this faithful adaptation of Thomas Rockwell's novel." If the movie is so faithful, how do they explain the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/How_to_Eat_Fried_Worms_(film)#Differences_from_the_book differences from the book]] listed on the Wikipedia article?

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* The Parents Television Council's [[http://www.parentstv.org/ptc/publications/moviereviews/PTC/2006/friedworms.asp review of the film version]] of ''How to Eat Fried Worms'' opens with the following statement: "The beloved children's classic ... has come to life in this faithful adaptation of Thomas Rockwell's novel." If the movie is so faithful, how do they explain the [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/How_to_Eat_Fried_Worms_(film)#Differences_from_the_book differences from the book]] listed on the Wikipedia article?
11th Nov '17 10:53:48 PM Twentington
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* The Parents Television Council's [[http://www.parentstv.org/ptc/publications/moviereviews/PTC/2006/friedworms.asp review of the film version]] of ''How to Eat Fried Wormds'' opens with the following statement: "The beloved children's classic ... has come to life in this faithful adaptation of Thomas Rockwell's novel." If the movie is so faithful, how do they explain the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/How_to_Eat_Fried_Worms_(film)#Differences_from_the_book differences from the book]] listed on the Wikipedia article?

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* The Parents Television Council's [[http://www.parentstv.org/ptc/publications/moviereviews/PTC/2006/friedworms.asp review of the film version]] of ''How to Eat Fried Wormds'' Worms'' opens with the following statement: "The beloved children's classic ... has come to life in this faithful adaptation of Thomas Rockwell's novel." If the movie is so faithful, how do they explain the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/How_to_Eat_Fried_Worms_(film)#Differences_from_the_book differences from the book]] listed on the Wikipedia article?
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