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Which Sunny Baudelaire is cuter?
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90%
Movie Sunny
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Tv Sunny
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How much have you read/watched from A Series Of Unfortunate Events ?
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The movie
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The Book Series
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All the books that are related to it
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EVERYTHING/most of it

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Look Away Look Away Look Away

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I drew the Baudelaire mansion after the fire
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What was that noise?
Nothing
If it was nothing,what made that noise

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I just finished episode one of the show, and I'm not happy. Here's my rant.

The movie was amazing in every way. The tone, the acting, the music, the effects. It was a masterpiece. And then the show, though it follows the books, it feels rushed. Even the movie squeezed three books into one.
The author's face was never revealed. It was always kept a mystery nobody wanted spoiled. He was always in hiding, but now I got the wolf from Hoodwinked freezing the scene every few minutes to recite paragraphs in the book. It feels rushed, Nothing is explained. If you went into the show without seeing the movie or reading the books, you'd be completely lost.
 I like count Olaf's acting. His actually seems genuine. And why did Mr. Po smile so much when he told the kids their parents were dead!?
Nothing feels like it could happen. Like one big soap opera.
There's hardly any music and it doesn't have the dark, sad tone of A SAD STORY. It feels all superficial.
In the beginning, there was a lot of happy music then it's just thrown into a forced depression where you can't actually feel how the kids were feeling. They're trying to hard to act sad, and that's only with how they talk. In the movie, the books, there was sadness, and longing. They truly missed their parents. But the show plays it off like the kids were happy they were gone. Everything just feels fake down to the spyglass Klaus picked up not even being a little hot from a fire that just happened. There's no emotion anywhere. This has been a huge disappointment.
So far, the best thing I like so far is Count Olaf's acting almost being like he was in the movie, and even then, he doesn't have that menacing feel. When he's there, it's like he's pretending to be a playground bully.
This is just episode one. I admire they followed the books but I prefer the movie so much more than this. True emotion, the feeling that made me love the fandom isn't found in the show. I'm going to keep watching and hope they get their shit together later on. But for now, I'm so disappointed.

I know it can't follow in the movie's way. It can't be exactly the same. But there's no emotion anywhere. There was love in the movie. You could see how much the crew worked hard on it. They put all the could into an amazing piece of work. But the crew on the show doesn't seem like they've shown any love for their work right now. I'm going to give it a chance and keep watching. But for now, I'm truly sad.

I loved the movie, but everything was so confusing.
Why wouldn't anyone listen to them?
Are their parents truly gone?
Where did they go after the movie?
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