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    It's good,but not as good as everyone told me.Stop motion,however,is awesome in this one.
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    The one that had it all and defined the rest of the whole saga with Vader's revelation.
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    A.K.A: Pixar did it again. Even adults were crying at the cinema.
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    Pixar style applied to Golden/Silver Age of comicbooks. A classic of our age.
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    Nothing great, but no lame at all. Some parts are really funny, and that's what counts.
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    If all adaptations are bad, what if when the source is already bad? This. This happens.
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    Not as good as other Tarantino films, but certainly good, and funny to see.
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    Nolan+Batman+Hans Zimmer+Awesome actors=10/10
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    Nolan+Batman+Hans Zimmer+Awesome actors=10/10
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    Nolan+Batman+Hans Zimmer+Awesome actors=10/10
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    One of the sweetest, best directed and animated movies.
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    Animation, OST, voice actors, script, ...if this one is so loved, there are reasons for it
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    I admit that I grew up along this saga, so heart is the one talking.
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    Although nowadays it seems less, it's still a classic and an example of how to direct.