Thread: The new bugs bunny

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    Quote by Mister
    If they're gonna bring back Looney Toons, please make them in the style of "Bugs Bunny's 51 1/2 Birthday Special" or "Space Jam." Was that recent "Looney Toons: Back In Action" movie like Space Jam?


    I saw it, it wasnt as good as space jam but I still liked it. I think my favorite part is when they found an old Gremlin car and played the Gremlins movie theme X3
    Mew
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    Quote by chaoszerg
    shh if they here you they will send the new bugs after you who can zap you with his laser eye beams. no more dropping the anvil on the head routine he just taosts you with his lasers eyes.


    .....loonatics suck

    But I can still point the umbrella skeleton at my eyes, and it'll protect me right?
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    Quote by Mister
    If they're gonna bring back Looney Toons, please make them in the style of "Bugs Bunny's 51 1/2 Birthday Special" or "Space Jam." Was that recent "Looney Toons: Back In Action" movie like Space Jam?


    I saw it, it wasnt as good as space jam but I still liked it. I think my favorite part is when they found an old Gremlin car and played the Gremlins movie theme X3


    Well Space Jam in of itself wasn't Looney Tunes. It was a great concept that was spun off from the classic Television ad spots featuring his royal highness, Michael 'Air' Jordan of the CHIIICAAAGOOO BUUULLLS and Bugs Bunny. For what it was and represented, it gets much love and all the props in the world. Now Looney Tunes: Back in Action was a really GREAT film, but it only suffered in that the comedy wasn't that dynamic. I'm sure if they put out an open casting call and sounded the cavalry bugle, the most talented comedy writers in television and motion picture HISTORY might have taken a paycut just to SAY they worked on a Looney Tunes motion picture. It is for THAT reason ALONE, not seeing what you HAVE in front of you to WORK ON, that I believe charts and demographics should be given the book burning treatment instead of comics or classic literature.
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    Quote by Mister
    If they're gonna bring back Looney Toons, please make them in the style of "Bugs Bunny's 51 1/2 Birthday Special" or "Space Jam." Was that recent "Looney Toons: Back In Action" movie like Space Jam?


    I saw it, it wasnt as good as space jam but I still liked it. I think my favorite part is when they found an old Gremlin car and played the Gremlins movie theme X3


    Well Space Jam in of itself wasn't Looney Tunes. It was a great concept that was spun off from the classic Television ad spots featuring his royal highness, Michael 'Air' Jordan of the CHIIICAAAGOOO BUUULLLS and Bugs Bunny. For what it was and represented, it gets much love and all the props in the world. Now Looney Tunes: Back in Action was a really GREAT film, but it only suffered in that the comedy wasn't that dynamic. I'm sure if they put out an open casting call and sounded the cavalry bugle, the most talented comedy writers in television and motion picture HISTORY might have taken a paycut just to SAY they worked on a Looney Tunes motion picture. It is for THAT reason ALONE, not seeing what you HAVE in front of you to WORK ON, that I believe charts and demographics should be given the book burning treatment instead of comics or classic literature.



    then... why did the writting suck majorly, and the plot line die?
    Mew
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    I don't mean it's great in terms of being Oscar-worthy. I meant in the sense that the actors and the cartoon characters had chemistry. Do people really watch Rocky Horror Picture Show to critique the Cinematography and relate how they know people in their white collar wasps nest who had that happen to them like Brad and Janet? No, they don't. I mean let's look at it from this angle. In reality, how far would Dharma Finkelstein and George of the Jungle get when they are being led around by the snouts by an arguing cotton ball butt and rubber ducky reject? You know going in what you're gonna see. It's the same in every episode of every Looney Tunes cartoon ever written. Do we really see Bugs and Daffy go on a Fellowship to mount doom in the span of 3 and half minutes before Casablanca starts? I mean they run around bonking each other with anvils, saying or doing something witty that makes Yosemite Sam and Elmer Fudd the butt of their jokes before Porky says ebidee-ebidee-that's all folks!
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    If anything, I would say that things "fell flat" in the film as an ironic open ended suggestion to society. Cartoons are political. If the studio brass aren't gonna go for the gusto and jump off the diving board, Bugs and Daffy are gonna look at each other, shrug and scratch their heads at the script too. Maybe even mock biting their fingernails, turn and raise an eyebrow at the fourth wall. *sings off-key* They're brothers! They're happy and they're singin and they're colored. Give em a high five! *phony smile, points at the camera*
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    bugs bunny for children with Adhd.
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