History YMMV / ThePagemaster

28th Aug '16 10:50:41 AM lalalei2001
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* BrainBleach: The PC game has Hyde as Zeus in the Fantasy section, complete with a toga.



* {{Squick}}: The PC game has Hyde as Zeus in the Fantasy section, complete with a toga.



* TheWoobie: "Horror always a ''sad'' ending."

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* TheWoobie: "Horror always a ''sad'' ending.""
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28th Aug '16 10:47:35 AM lalalei2001
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* AwesomeMusic: "Whenever You Imagine" played as they enter the Fantasy section.

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* AwesomeMusic: "Whenever You Imagine" Imagine," played as they enter the Fantasy section.section.
* BrainBleach: The PC game has Hyde as Zeus in the Fantasy section, complete with a toga.
12th Aug '16 7:08:26 PM lalalei2001
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* CultClassic: A favorite among certain Trekker groups thanks to it's [[AllStarCast all-Trek cast]]. It's also a favorite film among the small group of library lovers and bookworms.
* GeniusBonus: You might assume the dragon in the film is a generic fantasy monster, but there are some references to indicate it is actually the self-same dragon from the first book of TheFaerieQueene series. The biggest clue? The dragon appears in tale of Red Cross Knight. When Richard takes the shield and sword of a dead knight to fight the dragon with, guess what is painted on the shield.
* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: The movie arguably fared much better in Japan, if the amount of merchandise coming from the country back in those days are any indication.

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* CultClassic: A favorite among certain Trekker Franchise/StarTrek groups thanks to it's its [[AllStarCast all-Trek cast]]. It's also a favorite film among the small group of library lovers and bookworms.
* GeniusBonus: You might assume the dragon in the film is a generic fantasy monster, but there are some references to indicate it is actually the self-same dragon from the first book of TheFaerieQueene Literature/TheFaerieQueene series. The biggest clue? The dragon appears in tale of Red Cross Knight. When Richard takes the shield and sword of a dead knight to fight the dragon with, guess what is painted on the shield.
* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: The movie arguably fared much better in Japan, if the amount of merchandise coming from the country back in those days are any indication.
11th Aug '16 9:43:22 AM rafi
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* GeniusBonus: You might assume the dragon in the film is a generic fantasy monster, but there are some references to indicate it is actually the self-same dragon from the first book of TheFaerieQueene series. The biggest clue? The dragon appears in tale of Red Cross Knight. When Richard takes the shield and sword of a dead knight to fight the dragon with, guess what is painted on the shield.
23rd Jun '16 9:31:57 AM StFan
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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: This was {{Gene Siskel}}'s opinion of this movie; while he wanted to appreciate its premise and aesop, he couldn't look past the lack of story and [[ItsShortSoItSucks length]].

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: This was {{Gene Siskel}}'s Creator/GeneSiskel's opinion of this movie; while he wanted to appreciate its premise and aesop, he couldn't look past the lack of story and [[ItsShortSoItSucks length]].
25th Jan '16 10:16:23 PM RAMChYLD
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* VindicatedByHistory: Despite being a box-office bomb, the movie saw strong sales when it was eventually released onto home video.
25th Jan '16 8:06:11 PM BlackBaroness
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* CluelessAesop: In response to the [[TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot undermentioned review]] by Creator/GeneSiskel, Creator/RogerEbert criticized the film for it ineptness in endorsing reading: it takes familiar stories from horror, adventure, and fantasy, but [[AdaptationDistillation simplifies the content of those stories]] to the point where they resemble video games rather than literature.


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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: This was {{Gene Siskel}}'s opinion of this movie; while he wanted to appreciate its premise and aesop, he couldn't look past the lack of story and [[ItsShortSoItSucks length]].
16th Dec '15 4:01:03 PM PurrElise
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** Likewise, Fantasy calling out to Mother Goose when the latter flies by also becomes humorous once you remember Whoopi Goldberg later voiced Mother Goose herself in the nursery rhyme-themed episode of ''WesternAnimation/HappilyEverAfterFairyTalesforEveryChild.''

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** Likewise, Fantasy calling out to Mother Goose when the latter flies by also becomes humorous once you remember Whoopi Goldberg later voiced Mother Goose herself in the nursery rhyme-themed episode of ''WesternAnimation/HappilyEverAfterFairyTalesforEveryChild.''WesternAnimation/HappilyEverAfterFairyTalesForEveryChild.''
10th Aug '15 7:19:05 AM Antwan
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* HilariousInHindsight: Adventure calling Captain Ahab "my kind of guy" becomes quite funny once you realize that Patrick Stewart, his voice actor, later ''played'' Ahab in a TV movie version of ''Literature/MobyDick'' three years later.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Adventure calling Captain Ahab "my kind of guy" becomes quite funny once you realize that Patrick Stewart, Creator/PatrickStewart, his voice actor, later ''played'' Ahab in a TV movie version of ''Literature/MobyDick'' three years later.



** My name is... Mr HYYYYYYDE !!!

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** My name is... Mr MR. HYYYYYYDE !!!



* SOOkayItsAverage: A common complaint. The plot has potential and the animation is gorgeous, but the story never reaches beyond just being kind of interesting.

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* SOOkayItsAverage: SoOkayItsAverage: A common complaint. The plot has potential and the animation is gorgeous, but the story never reaches beyond just being kind of interesting.
5th Aug '15 8:42:21 PM RAMChYLD
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* CultClassic

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* CultClassicCultClassic: A favorite among certain Trekker groups thanks to it's [[AllStarCast all-Trek cast]]. It's also a favorite film among the small group of library lovers and bookworms.
* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: The movie arguably fared much better in Japan, if the amount of merchandise coming from the country back in those days are any indication.
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