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    Quote Originally Posted by Kouzan View Post
    I really want to see that movie. The first one was part of my childhood so I feel I must. I imagine there's gonna be a lot of people my age watching it as well. lol
    Same can be said as toy story 3, I swear there was only adults there.

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    True when I went to got see TS3, there were more adults than kids. All those kids didn't have the same feels when they were almost gonna die in the incinerator. :(
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    Honestly I nearly cried during the end of toy story, the feels.

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    I now have two copies of Pikmin 2. I bought a copy from my dad's girlfriend's son for $10, since he didn't really want it anymore. At the time I thought it was a great buy, but checking e-bay now, I realize that perhaps the game isn't as rare as I thought. Oh well. Not sure what to do with the second copy, I might just put it on e-bay for around $20, or give it to one of my irl friends for $10 if they wanna play it. And they should want to play it, it's bloody Pikmin 2, after all.

    Regarding the topic on hand, yeah, Toy Story 3 was great. That's...all I really have to say about that. ^^;
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    I remember going to see Toy Story 3 in the cinema with my mother and sister. The movie was really good, even if it was aimed at children the more adult aspects were clear. (AKA: omg giving your toys away is the hardest thing and don't let anyone tell you different) By the ending, all three of us were in pieces crying. Not the last time I cried over a children's film. xP

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    Nothing will compare to the tears I had during the ending of the last Harry Potter.

    Nothing.

    ;~;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mollycule View Post
    (AKA: omg giving your toys away is the hardest thing and don't let anyone tell you different) By the ending, all three of us were in pieces crying. Not the last time I cried over a children's film. xP
    I almost cried at that part too. :( I hate giving toys away. I get way too attached to things.


    @Nick of Time: I haven't seem a Harry Potter movie since the 4th one so I can't feel you there.

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    I cried like a bitch at the ending of the last Harry Potter book, but I didn't cry on the film because I knew what was coming. In fact, I think I cried a few times throughout reading the Harry Potter series. Most I've ever cried while reading a book was when
    in the Knife of Never Letting G, though. ;~;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mollycule View Post
    I cried like a bitch at the ending of the last Harry Potter book, but I didn't cry on the film because I knew what was coming.
    I never actually read any of the books after Book 5, but I don't think that's what caused me to cry at the end of the movie. I think it was all the nostalgia, I loved that series so much for a long time, and to see it coming to an end...with all the characters going on with their lives after it's all over, I'm close to crying now just thinking about it. v.v;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Booster Gold View Post
    Honestly I nearly cried during the end of toy story, the feels.
    Shit was intense.
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    I still haven't seen TS3, I probably should. Only movie that ever made me cry was the first lion king movie.

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    Default Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

    The only toy story movie I've seen is toy story 3. Didn't think it was that sad, probably because I haven't seen the first two.


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    Default Re: The Bulbagarden Conversational Chat Thread Vol 4

    I've seen one several times, and maybe two. I'm not sure if I've seen two or not. I saw three recently. It was good, but not as good as Back to the Future part 3.
    That's nice.

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    I still haven't watched a Back to the Future, and that guy is still attractive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick of Time View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mollycule View Post
    I cried like a bitch at the ending of the last Harry Potter book, but I didn't cry on the film because I knew what was coming.
    I never actually read any of the books after Book 5, but I don't think that's what caused me to cry at the end of the movie. I think it was all the nostalgia, I loved that series so much for a long time, and to see it coming to an end...with all the characters going on with their lives after it's all over, I'm close to crying now just thinking about it. v.v;
    It was something about those characters that made it hard for me to let them go. Can't believe i'm saying this but that movie shattered me, and it hurt yo. I cried more when I read the book though.

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