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24th May '18 6:22:32 AM jormis29
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* Though still funny, the sequel to ''WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck'', ''WesternAnimation/'', [[RecycledScript reads almost exactly like its predecessor]], only with Bugs Bunny being the character who gets screwed with instead of Daffy Duck.
* Averted with the Bugs Bunny "Opera Trilogy." While ''The Long-Haired Hare'' and ''Rabbit of Seville'' are hilarious, the third and last of them, ''WesternAnimation/WhatsOperaDoc'', ranks at '''''#1''''' on ''The Fifty Greatest Cartoons''.

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* Though still funny, the sequel to ''WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck'', ''WesternAnimation/'', ''WesternAnimation/RabbitRampage'', [[RecycledScript reads almost exactly like its predecessor]], only with Bugs Bunny being the character who gets screwed with instead of Daffy Duck.
* Averted with the Bugs Bunny "Opera Trilogy." While ''The Long-Haired Hare'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLongHairedHare'' and ''Rabbit of Seville'' ''WesternAnimation/RabbitOfSeville'' are hilarious, the third and last of them, ''WesternAnimation/WhatsOperaDoc'', ranks at '''''#1''''' on ''The Fifty Greatest Cartoons''.''The50GreatestCartoons''.
24th May '18 6:18:58 AM jormis29
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* Though still funny, the sequel to ''WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck'', ''Rabbit Rampage'', [[RecycledScript reads almost exactly like its predecessor]], only with Bugs Bunny being the character who gets screwed with instead of Daffy Duck.

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* Though still funny, the sequel to ''WesternAnimation/DuckAmuck'', ''Rabbit Rampage'', ''WesternAnimation/'', [[RecycledScript reads almost exactly like its predecessor]], only with Bugs Bunny being the character who gets screwed with instead of Daffy Duck.
21st May '18 7:16:03 PM StardustSoldier
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* Laurell K. Hamilton's ''Literature/AnitaBlake'' series started as a quite cool detective series, but its debated on when the series stared to slip, some stating that it started from book five onward others state that book nine was the last coherent book, most agree that book 10 to 22 are just plain bad, with 23 onward getting deep into completely unreadable territory.

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* Laurell K. Hamilton's ''Literature/AnitaBlake'' series started as a quite cool detective series, but its it's debated on when the series stared to slip, some stating quality slipped. Some state that it started from began with book five onward onward, others state that book nine was the last coherent book, most agree that book books 10 to 22 are just plain bad, with 23 onward getting deep into completely unreadable territory.
21st May '18 1:32:04 PM ShadowWingLG
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* Laurell K. Hamilton's ''Literature/AnitaBlake'' series started as a quite cool detective series, but degraded from book five onward.

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* Laurell K. Hamilton's ''Literature/AnitaBlake'' series started as a quite cool detective series, but degraded its debated on when the series stared to slip, some stating that it started from book five onward.onward others state that book nine was the last coherent book, most agree that book 10 to 22 are just plain bad, with 23 onward getting deep into completely unreadable territory.
11th May '18 7:49:07 PM MyFinalEdits
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* Averted with the surprisingly good ''Film/PsychoII''. The story, about a mentally ill murderer spending 20+ years in a mental hospital, him being declared cured, released and him trying to rebuild his life only to be refused by a suspicious and hostile community, would have made an excellent film in its own right--and then they simply had Creator/AnthonyPerkins Norman Bate star in it.
11th May '18 3:53:08 PM Midna
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* Averted with the surprisingly good ''Film/PsychoII''. The story about a mentally ill murderer spending 20+ years in a mental hospital, him being declared cured, released and him trying to rebuild his life only to be refused by a suspicious and hostile community would have made an excellent film in it's own right and then they simply had Creator/AnthonyPerkins Norman Bate star in it.

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* Averted with the surprisingly good ''Film/PsychoII''. The story story, about a mentally ill murderer spending 20+ years in a mental hospital, him being declared cured, released and him trying to rebuild his life only to be refused by a suspicious and hostile community community, would have made an excellent film in it's its own right and right--and then they simply had Creator/AnthonyPerkins Norman Bate star in it.
10th May '18 9:06:30 AM catmuto
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** The third game ''Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Fortune/Venus'' (depending on its console) took the meager plot out entirely, removed old characters like Tina, Lisa and Christie in favor of bringing in ''Dead or Alive 5: Ultimate'''s [[DistaffCounterpart Female Tengu]], Honoka, Marie Rose and [[CanonImmigrant Momiji]], and took out several mini-games from ''Xtreme 2'' [[note]]like the rather well-liked jet skiing[[/note]] and put in a simple button-input rock climbing minigame instead.
8th May '18 1:53:03 PM Mareon
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8th May '18 1:53:02 PM Mareon
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* Averted with the surprisingly good ''Film/PsychoII''. The story about a mentally ill murderer spending 20+ years in a mental hospital, him being declared cured, released and him trying to rebuild his life only to be refused by a suspicious and hostile community would have made an excellent film in it's own right and they then simply had Creator/AnthonyPerkins Norman Bate star in it.

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* Averted with the surprisingly good ''Film/PsychoII''. The story about a mentally ill murderer spending 20+ years in a mental hospital, him being declared cured, released and him trying to rebuild his life only to be refused by a suspicious and hostile community would have made an excellent film in it's own right and then they then simply had Creator/AnthonyPerkins Norman Bate star in it.
8th May '18 1:46:14 PM Mareon
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* Averted with the surprisingly good ''Film/PsychoII''. The story about a mentally ill murderer spending 20+ years in a mental hospital, him being declared cured, released and him trying to rebuild his life only to be refused by a suspicious and hostile community could have made an excellent film in it's own right and they then simply had Creator/AnthonyPerkins Norman Bate star in it.

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* Averted with the surprisingly good ''Film/PsychoII''. The story about a mentally ill murderer spending 20+ years in a mental hospital, him being declared cured, released and him trying to rebuild his life only to be refused by a suspicious and hostile community could would have made an excellent film in it's own right and they then simply had Creator/AnthonyPerkins Norman Bate star in it.
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