Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry for August 28, 2012

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    artybee  over 9 years ago

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who wonders why the heck Owen Wilson was cast for that movie.

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    onetrack0246  over 9 years ago

    I am not a fan of Owen Wilson at all

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    Lyons Group, Inc.  over 9 years ago

    I’m not a fan of Owen Wilson either

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    jsheehan223  over 9 years ago

    @masterskrain – YES HE IS!

    @gatocat – you are a smart, smart person. Keep it that way and you’ll be happy for the rest of your days

    I can’t stand Woody Allen. He’s got to be the worst director (aside from Michael Bay) of all time.

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    Strod  over 9 years ago

    Let’s see… just looking at Academy Awards (Oscars), he has won four, one of them for best director. And he has been nominated to 16 more, mostly for best writing, but also for best director and best actor.  And if you think the American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is dumb or biased, you should see the list of awards and nominations that Woody Allen has received all over the world. I’m far from religious, but a quote from the good old book fits here:Do not give what is holy to the dogs; nor cast your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet  Matthew 7:6

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    mfry1  over 9 years ago

    C’mon folks. Personal life aside, Woody has written/directed some great work. Manhattan, Annie Hall, hannah & Her Sisters are simply great films. Do yourself a favor and check out just one.

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    mfry1  over 9 years ago

    And to tar him w/ Michael Bay. Whoa. That’s like comparing Mozart to a toad. A loud, obnoxious, bombastic, ridiculous, over and over and over the top, toad.

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    comicnut4636  over 9 years ago

    Wilson!! Wilson!!

    Oops wrong movie, sorry.

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    Happy Cat Premium Member over 9 years ago

    Radio Days was simply wonderful.

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    Stephen Gilberg  over 9 years ago

    I’m with Nature on this one. “Midnight in Paris” was his first great movie in ages.

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    Jeffpaul  over 9 years ago

    That movie was a welcome return to Allen’s glory days.

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    emilyzena  over 9 years ago

    Whether one is a Woody Allen fan or not, these comments are hilarious, almost as funny as Owen Wilson’s nose! I have to say that’s the best film Owen Wilson’s nose has been in. He was supposed to look ordinary.

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    Cartoonacy  over 9 years ago

    “Take the Money and Run” and “Bananas”: two of the funniest movies ever made. Everything after that… OK but mostly not to my taste. “Zelig” wasn’t bad.

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    Cartoonacy  over 9 years ago

    His books, though, are another thing entirely. “Getting Even” and “Without Feathers” are absolutely hilarious, even after fifty readings. “Side Effects” was a bit uneven, but mostly funny.

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    travburg1  over 9 years ago

    Absolutely correct!

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    travburg1  over 9 years ago

    That is fortunate!

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