The Three Stooges is on DVD now.

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  1. Megatron1

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    Hey, guys. Good news. The DVD for the movie, The Three Stooges is finally out on DVD. I saw it in the theater and I laughed hysterically at the Stooges eye-poking, constant slapstick and hitting each other. And yes, I have seen the original shorts from the 30's, you can't beat those. But I still enjoyed this film.
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    What did you think of the Three Stooges?
     
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    No, it comes out Tuesday on DVD.
     
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    people still iike this?
     
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    It was okay. I mean....I've seen better slap stick comedies....but if you don't mind the cast of Jersey Shore,this movie might be good for you.:) 
     
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    I loved it. Gotta see that name gags again. The Dewey, Cheatum, and Howe law firm type ones. The one I remember in this one was Kickham, Harter, & Indagroin. (Kick him harder and in the groin).

    I loved the movie. Excellent casting on the stooges. Best casting I'd seen in a long time.
     
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    I'll rent it at least to watch it in black and white. Pretty funny movie.
     
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    Yeah, people still like it.
     
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    I had a few friends that went to see it in theaters and they ended up walking out 20 minutes in. Not that that means much, but it might be an indication of the times. I grew up watching the stooges, and I can tell you personally I did not want to see this movie for my own selfish reason of not wanting anything to "ruin" my memory of that show. I would bet many others felt the same, which I guess is a shame really. I think this show is part of a tv generation that doesn't want reboots of any kind. I don't think you'll find much support for an "I Love Lucy" movie or "Bewitched" (yeah I know they made a bewitched film). I have absolutely no clue how the Munsters would do in a remake, I guess only time will tell.
     
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    You didn't like the film? Well, that stinks. The film had ME laughing the entire time and turned me into a Stooges fan.
     
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    No I never went to see it. I want to rent it, but like I said, I'm a sucker for keeping my favorite shows as a kid untainted. So you recommend it? I haven't read any reviews, so I'll check it out online and maybe I'll give it a chance this weekend.

    I was a HUGE A-Team fan as a kid too, and I watched the new one and it was a decent movie, but didn't have the same feel to it. Maybe I'll enjoy this one.
     

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