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I had to go to this for a work thing (don't ask), and was not overjoyed by the prospect.
But I really enjoyed it. I don't know what they were trying to achieve, maybe just entertainment and there's nothing wrong with that, and I left felling light and smiley, but if I look back at the movie now, I'm not sure I really remember much of it.
Not sure that's such a bad thing, not every movie can or has to be ground breaking or thought provoking, but I do wonder at the huge amount of dollar spent on something like this for it just to be "ok".
Maybe the kids will like it more, I'm way beyond being a kid, and if they get just a few hours of enjoyment, maybe it's worth the money.
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