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So where can I find an official scale about how much I'm supposed to care about various animals and their feelings? I mean, domestic mammals like dogs or cats are obviously pretty high. Horses, too. Cows, sort of, in that I'm supposed to care about their feelings but I eat them anyway.
The official amount you are supposed to care about an animal is directly proportional to how cute the animal is.
Stupid phone. I was going to also mention Waltz with Bashir.
I mentioned it [Luck] in another thread but the cancellation because of horse deaths was a red herring. HBO wasn't happy with the ratings nor the cost of the show in light of the poor ratings so they used the deaths an excuse.
Gee, over fifty posts in on a thread about animal (well, fish) abuse, and no mention of the recently cancelled HBO series Luck?
Is that [Luck] a show about animals?
I too found Spirited Away just OK. I think it gets so overwrought with all the plot twists and different ideas going around that I lost any connectedness to the characters. I think I got bored with it really. My 8 year old on OTOH really liked it, she of course didnt feel that sort of manipulation, and had the energy to stay with it and so bought into it. I suppose the family part of the story also made her respond.
I think both of us, found Ponyo to be pretty good, but not great. I saw a bit of Howl's MOving Castle and will probably watch more of it, I might like it more.
1000. Kung-fu panda
Oh come on, that movie was a delight compared to its ill-advised sequel.
I too found Spirited Away just OK. I think it gets so overwrought with all the plot twists and different ideas going around that I lost any connectedness to the characters. I think I got bored with it really
Seeing it with the English dub first may have hurt it for me(Billy Crystal is so distinctive and just seemed out of place.)
Waltz with Bashir was seriously great - best movie of any kind, in its year.
Woefully underrated: The Castle Cagliostro, Miyazaki's Lupin the Third movie. Not as good as Totoro or Spirited Away, but just as fun as you'd imagine a Miyazaki-made Lupin film.
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