History YMMV / RockADoodle

7th Nov '16 6:10:14 AM Give1Take2
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** The play, in turn, was inspired by Chaucer's The Nun's Priest's Tale, which was in turn based on a popular medieval fable about a rooster named Chanticleer and his run-in with a fox (usually Renard). In that one, Chanticleer really did think his crowing brought up the sun, and when he was kidnapped by the fox the farm really did mourn his loss.



* EnsembleDarkHorse: The people who like this movie tend to like the Duke's hilariously psychotic nephew, Hunch. Let's be honest, though, did you really care about how this boy who got turned into a kitten was going to find this big rooster so he can bring up the sun again, or did you wonder why the nutty little owl is so desparate for his [[EvilUncle uncle's]] affection? Also the [[EvilIsCool Duke]].

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* EnsembleDarkHorse: The people who like this movie tend to like the Duke's hilariously psychotic nephew, Hunch. Let's be honest, though, did you really care about how this boy who got turned into a kitten was going to find this big rooster so he can bring up the sun again, or did you wonder why the nutty little owl is so desparate desperate for his [[EvilUncle uncle's]] affection? Also the [[EvilIsCool Duke]].
23rd Sep '16 5:55:15 PM jameygamer
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** Hell, Glen Campbell as Chanticleer. Campbell's music was hardly Elvis-esque.

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** Hell, Glen Campbell as Chanticleer. Campbell's music was hardly Elvis-esque. It didn't do his career any favors in the end.
10th Aug '16 2:11:52 PM Nakayama90
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* RootingForTheEmpire: Edmund's speech impediment and behavior make it ''incredibly'' difficult to enjoy his character, so to many viewers, seeing [[spoiler:the Duke strangle Edmund]] is a MomentOfAwesome. The Duke himself is also far more interesting as a character.
28th Jun '16 1:21:07 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* BestRememberedForTheFanservice: Two Words, Goldie Pheasant.

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* BestRememberedForTheFanservice: BestKnownForTheFanservice: Two Words, Goldie Pheasant.
28th Jun '16 1:18:47 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* BestRememberedForTheFanservice: Two Words, Goldie Pheasant.


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** Goldie Pheasant is ridiculously popular with fans of the film; her popularity in the FurryFandom certainly lends itself to this.
26th Feb '16 3:56:42 AM Silverblade2
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* JerkassWoobie: Hunch, the Grand Duke's much-abused nephew.



* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: The Duke could have been Don Bluth's greatest villain if he didn't have any of his Narm traits mentioned above.



** JerkassWoobie: Hunch, the Grand Duke's much-abused nephew.
20th Dec '15 6:35:27 PM Scabbard
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* CultClassic: Despite its flaws, its a decent children's film that tries to tell an interesting story. (Emphasis on ''tries'')

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* CultClassic: Despite its flaws, its a decent children's film that tries to tell an interesting story. (Emphasis on ''tries'')''tries''.)
7th Dec '15 9:05:42 PM Snoopy92
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: The Duke could have been Don Bluth's greatest villain if he didn't have any of his Narm traits mentioned above.
11th Nov '15 2:11:24 PM jameygamer
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* ToughActToFollow: Compared to Don Bluth's previous films, the films afterwards never became successful nor memorable as their predecessors.

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* ToughActToFollow: Compared to Don Bluth's previous films, the films afterwards never became successful nor memorable as their predecessors. It also had to try to do this with Disney and Spielberg.
10th Oct '15 9:21:59 PM jameygamer
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* AnimationAgeGhetto: Although Siskel & Ebert mostly pointed out the flawed plot, they both griped about the amount of violence and darkness in the film, saying that violence does not belong in a children's film. One has to wonder what made them think this was strictly a children's film. Maybe because it's animated. They made the same complaints for most of Don Bluth's previous films as well.

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* AnimationAgeGhetto: Although Siskel & Ebert ''Series/SiskelAndEbert'' mostly pointed out the flawed plot, they both griped about the amount of violence and darkness in the film, saying that violence does not belong in a children's film. One has to wonder what made them think this was strictly a children's film. Maybe because it's animated. They made the same complaints for most of Don Bluth's previous films as well.
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