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Old 15-12-2010, 08:22 PM   #1
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so, opening night/morning here and i went to see it.

if i hadn't recently seen the original i probably wouldn't have enjoyed it as much.
the movie was actually really cool

although I don't know what an isomorphic algorithm is meant to even mean... maybe there's some biology orientated thing about it that i don't know about.

it was a pretty movie and the story was actually pretty cool although sad (well i felt sad at the end)

and this is one of the few movies i can think of where the music was actually awesome! normally the music in a movie just passes by me unnoticed but this soundtrack made me happy
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I just watched the original so I could go and see it. I've heard of some bad reviews though so was having second thoughts (didn't actually read them, they can tend to spoil films a bit).

I might go after all now.
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Originally Posted by Chirone View Post
so, opening night/morning here and i went to see it.

if i hadn't recently seen the original i probably wouldn't have enjoyed it as much.
the movie was actually really cool

although I don't know what an isomorphic algorithm is meant to even mean... maybe there's some biology orientated thing about it that i don't know about.

it was a pretty movie and the story was actually pretty cool although sad (well i felt sad at the end)

and this is one of the few movies i can think of where the music was actually awesome! normally the music in a movie just passes by me unnoticed but this soundtrack made me happy
hhmmmmmm didnt know it was a remake
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Its not a remake....
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I just watched the original so I could go and see it. I've heard of some bad reviews though so was having second thoughts (didn't actually read them, they can tend to spoil films a bit).

I might go after all now.
it's just as funny as the first too, with a few programmer jokes, and a dig at windows and mac
"so what's so different about this new OS?"
"its got a new number"

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hhmmmmmm didnt know it was a remake
yeah, it's not a remake, it's a sequel and an awesome one at that
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There's nothing biological about isomorphic algorithm. It roughly means an algorithm with a similar structure... which doesn't really mean anything.
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yeah supposedly it would be that the algorithms are the same, but how is that a breakthrough?
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