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    Cabin In The Woods

    Went in really expecting greatness, so was a little surprised by how tedious the first two acts are. I got very bored at the wrong places.

    But the third act is huge, electrifying. Loved it.

    Who else saw it?

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    Re: Cabin In The Woods

    I saw it. I enjoyed the crap out of me.

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    Re: Cabin In The Woods

    The gags carried me through the first two acts.

    Where it goes off the rails awesome is the motorcycle leap.

    I was laughing through the kiss and the whole build-up to the leap.

    I was the only one laughing but I didn't care.

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    Re: Cabin In The Woods

    not only have several of us seen it, but we've got a thread on it already, Miss "I'm too cool to use the Search function on my board"

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    Re: Cabin In The Woods

    I won't be able to see it until next Saturday.

    My chances of remaining unspoiled until then: 27.4%.

    Slightly higher than the chances of remaining unspoiled when DVD-waiting Game of Thrones.
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    Re: Cabin In The Woods

    I liked it, but I didn't love it. For me, the movie just kinda falls apart in the last part. I loved the jokes, loved some of the characters, but I didn't get enough of what I loved long enough.

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    Re: Cabin In The Woods

    I saw it for the second time last night. Really enjoyed it, but it is nothing new for Joss Whedon.Indeed, the whole film could easily fit into the Buffyverse. The last part reminded me of the climax to Buffy Season Four. But, as my second viewing indicates, I really enjoyed it. I thought the characters were really likeable and the comedy was fun. The bit with the speakerphone cracks me up.


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