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Cerebral Pop Movie Review: Legend of the Guardians

Tom Heistuman writes: To assume that an animated movie inherently signals material fit for children is, quite simply, childish. Animation allows for impossible scenes and stories to be visualized without spending billions of dollars, while letting the creators express themes and ideas that don't translate well in a live-action movie. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole is a fantastic movie that parents might feel inclined to show their children. But they should be prepared to explain some things once the movie's finished. Like the concepts of kidnapping, child soldiers, betrayal, slavery, fascism, and why this is relevant in today's world.

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Soldierone2232d ago

I was interested in this till my Film teacher told me they messed up the ending.

darklordzor2232d ago

Again, you've still got to give movies a chance on your own. I can't tell you the number of times my Film teachers were wrong. Doesn't mean yours is, just that you have to try some of these movies out on your own. You weren't sure about PA2, and talked all week about your misgivings on it and what you'd heard, but then when you saw it, you became a fan!

Soldierone2232d ago

Yeah my film teacher is wrong alot. However he said in the actual story there were no Guardians or something like that, and in the movie there is just so they could have an opportunity to do more if needed.

darklordzor2232d ago

Personally, I liked this film. Sure some of the parts didn't work out as well, but overall it was entertaining and had a good story driving it. Worth a watch for sure even if you don't hit the theaters.

Soldierone2232d ago

Only issue is they marketed it all wrong. Plus its not really aimed at kids from what Ive heard, when it should of been.