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7-23-2009 @ 9:09AM
Hey, comic-con or not (never been to one so I dunno why this is related to just that and not the online forums which usually are filled with such discussion) if the director/writer(s) aren't VERY strict on details from the warcraft lore, each mistake will be spotted almost immediately.For example, Dragonball: Evolution, Fox butchered that movies story so much that if you removed the names of the characters, it could have been an entirely different franchise/comic/show. Almost every aspect of the series they got wrong ((no Krillen?? Piccolo has no antennae, isn't green, and looks like a demon/vampire?? Goku in HIGH SCHOOL!?!?)) and because of it it was a major flop, and pulled from theaters across the country after not even 2 weeks of showing, also they haven't even advertised the DVD release on TV yet, that I've seen listed in the local movie rental place as being there next Tuesday.I know most movie producers go for the whole type of audience, but skimping on the whole plot and details you lose the 60 some percent of potential viewers, us.
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