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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #222 to #7 - ManicalMayhem
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This quote from Meowth sounds very touching and deep, but if you really think about it, a better way to think isn't that we are all the same, but that we are all different and that's perfectly ok. I like Mewtwo's quote, but not Meowths quote, sure it points out that we are all the same in many ways, but implies that differences should be ignored, but not embraced. Just my take on this quote.
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User avatar #123 to #7 - joeledo
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"Meowth" -Meowth
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I didn't watch this movie, but watched Nostalgia Critic's review. Nothing he pointed out was really bad to me until the end. What the ****? Five minutes listening every character with his cliché fighting-is-wrong line and then they forget everything? So it's ok to keep making your pokemon fight? It felt like the writers/director were forced to put the mandatory moral message to kids while not destroying the whole series by having the characters realize that what they do is "wrong". It just ended being hypocritical.
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The 'fighting is wrong' moral ending exists only in the American version.
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What I want to say with this is, how much can you like this quote, since, after that, he kept being the asshole he is?
User avatar #13 to #7 - jimbobji
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That's my most favourite quote ever.