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If I were you I'd wait for the Dollar Theater and not the DVD as this does need the big screen.
So here's the deal, although pretty pretty visual things happening here this movie was and is like all the others full of "Eleventh Hour" rescues. Also dialog on many occassions was hard to understand even in 3D and Xtreme 3D. You find yourself wanting to hit the re-wind button because you did not get it. Although I understand that the producers, directors, etc are trying to stay "true to form", it is just bothersome trying to play catch up while watching the movie. At the end of the movie, without giving much away, I am wondering about the mode of transportation that had been available all along ... I'm just saying. It's kind of like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz. She could have clicked her heels 3 times said "there's no place like home " and she would have saved herself a lot of trouble. I know, I know, "It is about the Journey" but I'd still wait on this one and go to the dollar show.
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