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You were supposed to explain why you think a film's (or a half of a film's) worth is directly proportional to how much "stuff" happens in it.
Umm... what? I'm sorry, I think there's been a misunderstanding somewhere down the line here.
I said that the last part of the film was great, but didn't make up for the fact that said part was too short.
You said that the last part was worse than the first.
I proved you wrong.
I don't know where you've got me having to explain why its better, or how my last post proves I have horrible taste. I look to Pixar films for comedy or a touching plot, or perhaps even a blend of both. Wall-E was touching in the last part, but didn't have any comedy except for generic slapstick.
"Don't cry because it ended. Smile because it happened."