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August 21, 2005

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Bat Guano

This version has the same flaw as the theatre version. It anthropomorphizes its subjects, implies that their actions are due to human-like emotions like love, or in this case, wacky and jokey but somewhat mean feelings. But at least it spared us the up-close "erotic" scenes.

hornsofthedevil

well...yeah.
of course it ascribes human characteristics to the penguins. its being viewed by human beings. thats a necessary step needed to dramatize the subject matter, not a flaw. in many cases humans and penquins share the same emotions as they are both mammals with survival and maternal instincts.

its a great movie. i reccomend it to anyone.

Bat Guano

I was joking. And penguins are birds.

hornsofthedevil

hwah ha! birds fly. they don't swim, slide on their stomachs, and act wacky and jokey.
you weren't paying attenton when you saw that movie....

Bat Guano

Actually, penguins taste a lot like chicken, but a little fishy due to their diet.

Pat

Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, stated "Penguins are the really ideal example of monogamy". If having a new partner each and every year is an example of monogamy then what is the purpose of marriage; who are the siblings? The penguins represent communal living not family values.

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