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Old 07-11-01, 10:02 AM
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Did anyone see Monkeybones and what'd you think?

Personally the visuals in the dreamworld and dream sequences were really cool I thought, but oh my god! Could the storyline get any worse as it went on! Horrible! It's too bad as I enjoyed the effects....luckily I just rented it....didn't waste my money on that one!
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I watched it last night. I had a hard time with the guys chasing around his organs. Chris Kattan had me rolling though! If ya take it for what it is I think it's worth it.
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Max: That's pretty much what I thought.


It's my least favorite movie so far of 2001.
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I've just finish watching Monkeybone. The movie is quite bizarre. The story was weak, but the visuals and dream sequences were amazing. There are some good laughs but only a few. Overall, Monkeybone is an average rental and nothing else. I wouldn't waste my money on this one.
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I rented last night and wasn't as disappointed with it as I thought I would be.

Sure the story sucked, but I just forgot about that and watched the movie... and laughed a few times. Really, I'm not kidding...

I was expecting more stop-motion animation (ala Nightmare Brfore Christmas) and less costumes... but I liked the "demented theme-park" approach.

Watching the feature Monkeybone Revealed was very intertaining and insightful... but the part I liked the best was the deleted/extended scenes...

It really changed the movie for me... into something that was more coherent and easier to follow.

I wouldn't buy it personally, but I wouldn't turn it down if someone gave it to me as a gift.

... and was I only one who laughed at the art on the DVD? Hilarious!

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