I loved that movie.
That movie was fantabulous!
It was SO AMAZING
Yeah, I’m noting the past tense for all of you.
Rewatch it as an adult. Go ahead. I dare you.
I HATE THAT MOVIE!!!!!
Yeah well it hates you too o_O
What was it about again?!? I’m having trouble remembering…Obviously, it’s about the last rainforest, but what HAPPENS in that movie?
flamboyant gas cloud threatens a rainforest with a shrunken australian dude and fairies. Also, its not the last rainforest.
It’s Avatar(with the blue people) but not in space. And yes I know it predates avatar, I am merely giving a plot conparison.
I loved that movie…… When I was a kid.
Got bored and was reading through the archives.
I STILL love this movie. But for totally different reasons than when I was a kid. (I have now heard the uncut version of Toxic Love. Yessss.)
There’s an uncut version?! *shudders* Oh…I thought that song sounded a little too…lecherous…for a kids movie. *searches*
What else do you expect? It’s sung Tim Curry – he is very good at “lecherous”.
Mmmm… I think I have a man-crush on Tim Curry’s voice.
you think ‘toxic love” was bad try the uncut version of “I’m batty” robin williams does a voice over of being experimented on.
thanks for telling me i am now going to find it and listen to it.
Don’t worry guys, James Cameron brought the movie back for everyone to remember again. IN LIVE ACTION 3D.
shh, no one was supposed to notice that.
No no you got it all wrong, he brought back Pocahontas! And every single western movie ever created.
Like Dances With Wolves?
Actually, given how many films are similar in plot, I’m going to go out on a limb here and say it’s NOT a ripoff of any given specific one, but rather a REALLY common trope.
I have to say, the trippier bits of the concept are a little more… unique. And it was certainly really pretty. So I think I can forgive him for the overused trope for a plot.
More like Fern GullyxPocahontas in 3D.
I was yelling at my TV. “This is friggin’ live action Fern Gully! I hated that movie when i was a kid, why am I watching this now?” I don’t remember if I finished it or not, but the mech with a gigantic knife strapped to its leg was ridiculous.
Maybe the sequel should be called Avatar: The Last Rainforest. Not only the movie will rip off from Frengully more but the title be closer to the other Avatar causing more confusion.
Fern Gully was an eye opener for scantily dressed fairies when I was 6. I discovered A LOT OF THINGS WHEN I WAS 6.
To this day, Crysta is still my ideal woman.
Am I the only one who thought he said “….forgotten things from your mouth?” LOL
That’s not an exclamation. The TV show Hey, Dude.
Salute Your Shorts. Only because they were in the same time block. And for some reason, I felt the need to watch both…except they were both pretty awful. At least Salute Your Shorts had a catchy theme song.
I enjoyed SYS when I was a young one…
Explains so much…
I found SYS very entertaining. Hey, Dude…enh.
It makes me wanna fart.
I’me very slightly ashamed that I loved Hey, Dude. It was like a western Saved by the Bell.
Gosh, Ferngully is just like that quiet girl in a harem anime: it gets around with everyone before you realize that you’ve been had.
Cute movie though. Did mah peeps know there was a second movie?
Wait there’s a second one I only have the first one that’s one of my favorite movies I can’t believe they made a second one! Squeeeeeee!
I’m pretty certain it’s you’re standard horrible movie sequal.
Fern Gully is one of those films that only really works as a standalone. Then, to make a sequal that has a story, and makes sense in-continuity, they have to come up with some pretty dumb ideas.
I don’t recall much about it, but I think there’s this Crocodile Dundee guy who wants to capture all the baby animals, some old guy with a clown car, and one thing I found really disappointing, was that even though it had a completely different storyline, the main antagonistic threat was dispatched in the exact same way as in the first film.
With a tree.
I liked this movie as a kid too, but honestly, Hexxus scared the shit out of me. He was a scary motherfucker. But I guess that was the point, huh?
I loved this movie. It was years before I realized Robin Williams was Batty, then I loved it more.
Sadly, I can’t really remember this movie. I remember tim curry and toxic love, and I think this is the one where robin williams is a bat… more than likely it sucked so badly that I tuned out everything that didn’t have robin saying spastic crap.
I still use the gravity works quote every chance I get.
I *still* love Fern Gully!!
My name is Batty
my logic is erratic
potato in a jacket
toys in the attic
my radars (something ends in d)
my brain is scrambled!
Rap like an animal, but . . . I’m a mammal!
Batty is made of win.
I went and got that movie a few days ago, along with The Last Unicorn.
I got it so I could watch them with my friend. She likes movies like those, so hush.
This movie is way before my time, but I do have a friend who owns it…
…He also owns Ferngully 2
The Last Unicorn? those movies have nothing in commen. It’s about a jester, an old croon, and a unicorn looking for the rest of all unicorn. “You where the only good thing in my life as a little girl, Where’d you go? And you come back now, when I’m to old to even be a real whore anymore. How dare you come back to me now!” That movie was heavy. Kanses did a great job with the soundtrack. I have a jock friend who couldn’t even make it past the silly drugged out butterfly at the beginning.
I didn’t really like that movie as a kid. Most of it was the fairy and the dude snogging (or somethin like that. I don’t really remember) and the rest was that super scary pollution dude. THAT GUY LITERALLY HAUNTED MY DREAMS. T_T
FERRRRRRRRRRN GULLLLLY CREEPY ASS tar monster I fking love you!
How can anyone dislike Fern Gully? It’s got Robin Williams and Tim Curry!
Tim Curry is the only good thing about that movie.
Such a good nivue
Dangit I mean movie
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