"...So I trust my friends and I play Kingdom Hearts II [...] and for like 4 million years, I'm stuck in this town called Hollow Bastion.* And I'm not even the main character — I'm Roxas. The main character's Sora, and I keep having dreams about the main character. Meanwhile, Tony Soprano's in a coma... there's no instant gratification. I'm gettin' a little bored, but my friends are like Keep playin', keep playin'! Eventually Disney characters are comin' out of every orifice! It's awesome, just stick with it! So I do, and I go to the bulletin board, and I look at all the jobs, and I do all the errands, and I get enough money to buy a train ticket, to get on the dope ass Disney train to go to the fun fucking part of the game! That's bullshit! It took me like 4 years! I didn't see so much as a Sebastian the Crab for like a hundred millenia!"
— M.C. Chris on Kingdom Hearts II
Paul: "I have to admit, it's getting better, a little better all the time."
A story that begins with some crudely drawn panels of a boy wandering around his house, very gradually, achieves liftoff in scope and presentation. As hard as it might be to believe from reading the first few panels, everything in that trailer takes place in the story later on in a meaningful context.
"A movie so fullfilling, you won't remember that the first 25 minutes are actually kind of boring."