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9-09-2009 @ 12:20PM
I know it's probably not the best comment to place, but I dont find the title or story of this movie to be approiate with setember 11th being two days away. I doubt I will be the only one to feel this way either. I'm all for getting over it and such but still thats just my opinion and to be frank I think you should of thought twice of placing this movie in the movie watch section. Just thinking of the general public here.
9-09-2009 @ 12:43PM
I understand your position and your concern, even though i don't personally share it. On the other hand, changing your actions because of terrorism means it works. It shouldn't matter when this was posted.On a more random note, unless that was a strangely disguised female gnome, and the title in the actual vid was wrong, it should be 'Le' not 'La'.
9-09-2009 @ 12:49PM
No offense, but I think you're just being overly paranoid. That was almost 8 years ago and while people won't forget it, most people aren't going to associate the title with that. I can't image how someone could be offended by the title even. Now if the movie was the same title and had the Gnome flying a plane into a building and it happened to be released around the same time as the anniversary, I'd understand.The same worry was brought up when Cloverfield was released (NYC being destroyed, dust all over people, etc.) but really it wasn't that big a deal. Either way, I wouldn't sweat it. The title is not that a big deal.
9-09-2009 @ 10:24PM
The eleventh of september? Wasn't that when the Us marines invaded Honduras and killed thousands upon thousands of people back in 1919?Or were you all talking about something else?
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