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You thought he was acting

You thought he was acting

You thought he was acting

You thought he was acting

You thought he was acting

You thought he was acting

You thought he was acting

When the children first meet Count Olaf and Jim Carrey says, “Wait, give me the line again,” was not actually in the script, it was Carrey staying in character and wanting to try it again, but they kept the cameras rolling and felt it worked the way it happened.

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Comments

Altessia says:

That sounds magical! And rather part of the Olaf character, from what I got to read.

Ninjab33z says:

I would say so. It’s got some good humor and can be quite smart

CassendraAnomia says:

As someone who read and loved the books, it was disappointing, but it’s still alright.

Shumani says:

The books are always better, but I liked it well enough.

IcouldChangeMyUsername says:

Thanks, added to my “to-read” shelf.

cul8r says:

never read the book, the movie was good

Iamawardwinningbecausepsychwardisawardtoo says:

The scenes in the movie, the costumes, the characters, everything was very nice, but i think the story was not very good adapted.

BunnyheadIsDead says:

Probably because they didn’t expect him to ask that.

88mixy says:

If you haven’t read the books, I’d say yes. But if you have it’s just a bit disappointing

DorthLous says:

YES times 42!

DorthLous says:

Oh, and I’d add that the books are a thousand time better. But seriously, don’t skip on a great movie because the books are better (hint 42)

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