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Gulliver's Travels (2010) [ imagined environmental subtexts with spoiler alerts ]

By ravevisuals
Written December 28, 2010
Gulliver's Travels (2010), a larger than life analysis. In the film we see a distinct dichotomy between the little people and the big people. The film excels in the reversal of these roles pivoting upon the same characters. The point being we need both all of us and the celebrities to work together to salvage the planet by making quick radical change to our lifestyle and environment to make the air, sea and land cleaner and more like the golf and polo courses as depicted on the island. With so much natural disaster, toxic waste, crumbling military infrastructure and fixation on the dirty aspects of life it seems to be an uphill battle, but perhaps if we can all re-imagine that pristine playground we experienced as children or even a pleasant beach. If each of us don't start to care, We soon may cease to be.
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Gulliver's Travels

By kittykat14
Written January 01, 2011
This was a feel-good movie for kids. A few more adult-like scenarios (wedgies, dating advice) made it more enjoyable for adult viewers. In addition, the message of the movie made it meaningful for all viewers. The only drawback was the gratuitous dance scene at the end of the Lilliputian adventure. Overall, a fabulous family flick!!
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better than I thought

By sprinkk
Written December 30, 2010
The movie was better than I thought it would be. Missed it being in 3D, but kinda glad it wasn't. Grandaughter has an eye problem and not supposed to go to 3D. So it worked out better. Kinda lost in the movie what the two nations were fighting over.
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Gulliver's Travels

By doctordan
Written December 30, 2010
Entertaining movie...pretty funny
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Five Word Review

By amberlicious24
Written January 01, 2011
AWESOME! Way better than expected
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