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Debate on Final Fantasy 11 Jan 2002 13:44 #19829

I friend and I were both awaiting the release of Final Fantasy and were both very disapointed when we went to see it. But we had different reasons for being so. This friend says that no computer generated lead could never take the place of the real thing no matter how real they looked. Duh! You don't say. I knew that, but I think they did a poor job of putting the movie together on the whole. The motion is to fast and the story, is there one, is all but lost. It suffers from the same thing "TombRaider" does. So does anyone have anything to ad? How could this movie have been saved?
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Re: Debate on Final Fantasy 16 Jan 2002 15:52 #19830

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I personally felt the characters in "Shrek" and "Monsters Inc." had more "humanity".

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