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Brain shifts.

I failed to heed the warning.

As such, I doubt I watched closely enough. Unfortunately so.

At first, I thought it all made sense – but it is just as easy to throw the whole theory out of the window next.

Then, I was almost there – but no, no – something was not quite right here, either…

Ah, this is sort of right. I think. The hats! And the cats! A bit more and Dr Seuss might be amused, too.

Oops, entangled.

Think, think, think!

Nah, it cannot be so in-your-face like that. There has got to be some other more plausible explanation to this.

Or is there not?

Unless, of course, the trick is meant to be exactly that.

Making you question your own judgements, giving you bits that need little convincing, leaving you with plenty of doubts and buts.

Are the pieces all there? And are there more possible ways than one to fit them together?


I wonder if the answers are as clear as day in the book?

Still, as already demonstrated in real life – reading between the lines sometimes gets you absolutely nowhere, either.

Details of this entry.Tuesday, October 24, 2006, filed under Reviews.
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  1. after reading this, i definitely think the best way to watch that movie is to go in without knowing anything about it. hehe

    eyeris | 26/10/06 12:31 PM

  2. Eyeris – Why, lucky you. :P

    But that’s the problem, I had too high expectations! In the end, it didn’t really blow me away. Still a pretty good movie though.

    Strizzt | 26/10/06 08:09 PM

  3. did anybody make the statue of liberty disappear?

    soporific | 01/11/06 09:49 AM

  4. Soporific – Well, have you watched the movie? :D

    Strizzt | 01/11/06 08:22 PM

  5. no. but if the staute didnt disappear, whats the point?

    soporific | 05/11/06 01:03 PM

  6. Soporific – Hmm, David Copperfield tricks used to be shown on TV during festive seasons…

    Strizzt | 06/11/06 07:09 PM

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