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PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2005 5:07 am 
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You can bypass the FastPlay feature if you want. You're not forced to use it.


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Christian wrote:
You can bypass the FastPlay feature if you want. You're not forced to use it.

of course, I was just merely interested in its purpose. ;)
but since it doesn't serve one, im good. :P

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singerguy04 wrote:
i still think it's dumb, lol. Just as long as they keep that away from the platinum editions i'm ok with it's existance, but if it comes near a PE.... they will have a very mad singerguy to deal with :wink:


I don't really like it either. I like the menus. It reminds me of the original Warner Bros. DVD releases that would instantly play the movie and bypass the menu. Wooo big advancement this fastplay. :)

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2005 3:00 pm 
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of course, I was just merely interested in its purpose. Wink
but since it doesn't serve one, im good. Razz


It does serve one but that purpose is mainly for little kids who might not be good with navigating their way through a DVD.


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Does anyone have any screens from the actual movie? I haven't seen it yet (planning on renting it soon), and I really want to see any pics available of Mulan and Shang.

That, and do the Mongols capture Shang or something? (I love Mongols--I'm like 1/50th Mongolian or something.)


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Check out Ultimate Disney's review of the DVD. You'll find plenty of screen caps there, plus lots of other great info and insight: http://www.ultimatedisney.com/mulanII.html

You can find the same for just about any Disney DVD at the UD Review Index: http://www.ultimatedisney.com/reviewindex.htm

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Is there anything with a more complete set of screencaps and maybe even some quotes or a synopsis? There were what...six shots in that article of the actual movie? I'm looking for real screencaps.

Oh, I almost forgot: please?


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sugarland31 wrote:
Is there anything with a more complete set of screencaps and maybe even some quotes or a synopsis? There were what...six shots in that article of the actual movie? I'm looking for real screencaps.


Actually, there were eight real screencaptures and if you try out that reading thing, there was a synopsis of the movie. You should give it a shot - it's not as bad as some people make it out to be.

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You can find screencaps of the movie here. But before you go there, read Luke's review. I know it's already been said, but there's a well-written summary of the film.

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^Thanks for the link, Pasta67. That was more what I was looking for.

And, good news: I might be able to rent it tonight...YES!


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