The Townleybomb - 2012-03-27 Wow, my parents were 70s enough to have the sountrack album for this, but I guess I never really grasped what it was about. I thought this was some kind of new-agey Disney cartoon, not 2 hours of nature documentary footage with voiceovers!
Billy the Poet - 2012-03-27 I wouldn't sit through the whole thing when I was 7; I'm certainly not going to now.
pastorofmuppets - 2012-03-27 In catholic grade school a school sister sat us down and read the book. Which was weird because it's half-Buddhist "power of positive" thinking woo-woo.
crojo - 2012-03-28 The book is a colossal piece of shit, and yet a million times better than whatever the fuck this is.
MrBuddy - 2012-03-28 When I was a kid my mother told me to read Jonathan Livingston Seagull. I don't think this story makes much sense to 9 year olds, even during the 1970s.
Oscar Wildcat - 2012-03-28 I got through part one and kept thinking, "This is the story of Ulillilia Asperger Seagull. Can he fly faster than 62 mph? And look at that parallax!"
cognitivedissonance - 2012-03-28 I remember those painted glass mirrors they used to have in the 70s and early 80s, and it was of the poster to this movie.