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I thought the pacing was off. Some scenes it would move along at a good skip, other times (especially at the ending) it would be like watching grass grow. That and I felt that the film should have opened up with the "Big Bang" sequence instead.
And other times, it would feel like it went through some sort of washing machine of an editing room. Granted, it could just be me but still.
Some of these films don't belong on this list like Lord of the Rings and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly??? What's wrong with you??
I'm sorry but that argument about the multiple ending syndrome has always been a stupid argument, it was a 9 or 12 hour epic that had a lot of events going and if anything it deserve the so called "multiple endings" I don't disagree with what Jackson did with it.
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly is more of a visual movie to be honest and I enjoyed every minute of it even the extended cut.