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11th Feb '16 8:02:52 AM ndboy
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** In his Film/{{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with [[TheEighties 80's]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids family films]]. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WesternAnimation/WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
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** In his Film/{{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with [[TheEighties 80's]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids family films]]. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WesternAnimation/WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 [[TheSeventies 1978]] and 1990 [[TheNineties 1990]] respectively.
11th Feb '16 8:00:27 AM ndboy
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** In his Film/{{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WesternAnimation/WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
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** In his Film/{{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's [[TheEighties 80's]] [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids family films.films]]. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WesternAnimation/WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
11th Feb '16 7:56:27 AM ndboy
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** In his Film/{{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WesternAnimation/Watership Down and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
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** In his Film/{{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WesternAnimation/Watership Down WesternAnimation/WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
11th Feb '16 7:55:37 AM ndboy
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** In his Film/{{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
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** In his Film/{{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WatershipDown WesternAnimation/Watership Down and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
11th Feb '16 7:53:18 AM ndboy
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** In his {{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
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** In his {{Labyrinth}} Film/{{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
11th Feb '16 7:51:12 AM ndboy
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*** He also then goes on to query exactly why the Velociraptors insist in just intimidating their prey rather than just outright killing them and ''then'' taking their eggs, which ignores the point that the Raptors are generally depicted as being intelligent enough that they could be concerned about damaging their eggs during a confrontation, and also ignores the point that in the modern, contemporary animal kingdom, there are a number of animals that use similar tactics.
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*** He also then goes on to query exactly why the Velociraptors insist in just intimidating their prey rather than just outright killing them and ''then'' taking their eggs, which ignores the point that the Raptors are generally depicted as being intelligent enough that they could be concerned about damaging their eggs during a confrontation, and also ignores the point that in the modern, contemporary animal kingdom, there are a number of of, animals that use similar tactics.

** In his Film/Labyrinth review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
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** In his Film/Labyrinth {{Labyrinth}} review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
11th Feb '16 7:48:51 AM ndboy
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* In his Film/Labyrinth review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
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* ** In his Film/Labyrinth review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
11th Feb '16 7:47:11 AM ndboy
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* In his Film/Labyrinth review, he opens it up with a Commercial Sketch about punishing bratty kids with 80's family films. Most of the films are accurate to the era, however he put WatershipDown and TheWitches as part of the collection, which came out in 1978 and 1990 respectively.
9th Feb '16 11:24:07 PM MatthewGuy6131994
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* In the Drop Dead Fred review, after seeing the titular character (played by Rik Mayall) he says "This person needs to die."
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* ** In the Drop Dead Fred review, after seeing the titular character (played by Rik Mayall) he says "This person needs to die."
9th Feb '16 11:22:57 PM MatthewGuy6131994
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* In the Drop Dead Fred review, after seeing the titular character (played by Rik Mayall) he says "This person needs to die."
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