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Posted: March 15th, 2015, 11:21am Report to Moderator

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I just got back from watching Chappie and I was thoroughly entertained.  This was a visceral, edgy, and violent Pixar movie.  Yolandi Visser absolutly steals the movie.  The plot was weak in places and motivations implausible in others, but the visuals were great and the little details were cool.

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Saw this on the other day, well, half of it. I RARELY, RARELY don't finish movies. I usually gut it through till the end, out of principle. But... I couldn't sit through this. It seemed horrible to me. I gave up an hour in. It was torture.

Maybe it was me, maybe I'll give it a chance some other day.  
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Really enjoyable.

The boring bone started to ache about half-way through with the repetitive nature of Chappie's learning, but it managed to turn it around.

It's just Robocop vs Short Circuit, but it worked well enough. Chappie was a great character and the arcs of all the major characters all worked.

Good stuff.
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