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Wednesday, 26 February 2014

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Captain Nemo: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and the Mysterious Island

Yet another example of how Hollywood can totally misinterpret classic novels.

I read this book while in hospital, recuperating after an unsuccessful operation to cure my ignorance and stupidity. That though, is besides the point and a totally another story.

Anyway, after reading the book I rented the movie and oh, how angry must be Mrs Jules Verne, I am surprised she hasn't sued.

A lost goldfish? Swimming around Australia? Speaking?

Come on people!! That said, I did enjoy the movie, and have watched it 3458 times.

Alan Twat. Book Reviewer.

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