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The Christmas Toy - what a ruined ending

Discussion in 'Family Worlds' started by Beauregard, Aug 19, 2004.

  1. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Shesh, as soon as that tigger began to sing, I knew they would break the films rules, and it would, well, if you've seen it you know what happens. But what a lame ending. Suddeny, magic! Look what happens at Christmas! Bingo! Happy Ending...

    Shesh... :cry:
  2. McFraggle

    McFraggle Active Member

    Yeah, it is a bit anti-climatic.
  3. Infinity Sirius

    Infinity Sirius New Member

    Still it was sweet though.
  4. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    I thought very much not sweet. Also *spoliers herein* why on earth does the largest toy in the playroom go to rescue him? I mean that horse could be seen from the other side of the HOUSE! Garrrr *spoilers finito*
  5. McFraggle

    McFraggle Active Member

    You're assuming these shows follow logic, no?
  6. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    I'm assuming that if you establish rules at the begining of the film, you stick to them. For example if earlier on they had said that a toy is frozen unless the human shows it enough love to bring it back, then with a cat toy a Toy that is a Cat could bring it back (I.E. Rugby Tiger) but BLAHHHHH other than that, no sense making howmost!
  7. McFraggle

    McFraggle Active Member

    I understand what you are saying Beau. They just re-wrote the rules at the end and that's not really what I would call good storytelling.

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