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Tarantella (1989), Larceny (1996), Doodlebug (1997), and Quay (2015)

Doodle Bug

IWatchFilmsNotMovies wrote:Any news of a blu-ray release of Doodlebug?

Our only hope is it being a special feature if Criterion ever gets around to releasing Following.
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Doodlebug was rather funny then really good.
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MrBatman wrote:Doodlebug was rather funny then really good.


What?
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MrBatman wrote:Doodlebug was rather funny then really good.


Is this a troll? If not, you must have not understood Nolan's genius.
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What is Doodle Bug and Tarantella about? I haven't seen them, and I know the youtube videos are very low quality. I just needs the plots, from what I've heard, they're just as genius as the rest of Nolan's films.
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juliansplat4 wrote:What is Doodle Bug and Tarantella about? I haven't seen them, and I know the youtube videos are very low quality. I just needs the plots, from what I've heard, they're just as genius as the rest of Nolan's films.


Why don't you watch Doodlebug and find out for yourself?
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MrBatman wrote:Doodlebug was rather funny then really good.

reported... oh wait
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False advertising. Had far less doodle than I expected.
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jibran wrote:False advertising. Had far less doodle than I expected.

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Nolan5Life wrote:
jibran wrote:False advertising. Had far less doodle than I expected.

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Oh dear, who let you back in?

In any case, I think it's a cool concept, not a bad short film. But a lot of people would like it less if Christopher Nolan didn't have his name on it.
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