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03 Jan 2012, 9:51 am

I used to watch Jackie Chan Adventures as a kid. Even though I have no intention of watching it again ( I am to old to watch this program), I think this show had an impact to starting my special interest in learning about different cultures and traditions. Did any of you used to watch this show?



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03 Jan 2012, 10:06 am

Laconvivencia wrote:
I used to watch Jackie Chan Adventures as a kid. Even though I have no intention of watching it again ( I am to old to watch this program), I think this show had an impact to starting my special interest in learning about different cultures and traditions. Did any of you used to watch this show?


OMG yes! I loved that show as a kid. I'm really intrested in Asian cultures and traditions. I want to live in Asia some day.



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05 Jan 2012, 7:49 am

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I used to watch Jackie Chan Adventures as a kid. Even though I have no intention of watching it again ( I am to old to watch this program), I think this show had an impact to starting my special interest in learning about different cultures and traditions. Did any of you used to watch this show?


OMG yes! I loved that show as a kid. I'm really intrested in Asian cultures and traditions. I want to live in Asia some day.


Did you know that this show as made by the same animator who did The Batman (2004-2008). I have never seen that show and I heard that It was never as good as Bruce Timms Batman The Animated Series.



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05 Jan 2012, 8:27 am

Yes, I loved that show. In fact, I would still watch it. There is no such thing as too old to watch cartoons. :P



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05 Jan 2012, 3:41 pm

I did watch it a lot, and I started watching it again on Netflix. Why would you be too old to watch a cartoon? You're not to old to do something you enjoy.

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06 Jan 2012, 7:10 am

It's actually a pretty funny show. Plus, the homages they pay to Jackie Chan films are awesome.


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06 Jan 2012, 1:54 pm

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I did watch it a lot, and I started watching it again on Netflix. Why would you be too old to watch a cartoon? You're not to old to do something you enjoy.

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I would not watch a Kids cartoon unless it is very sophisticated and critically acclaimed (e.g Batman The Animated Series (Bruce Timms version)). Jackie Chan is one of these shows that should be left only for the kids. Anyway, why would I want to watch Jackie Chan Adventures, while I have very interesting documentaries to watch and best of all, I have Jennifer Lopez's new Latin talent Show, Q'Viva the Chosen coming up this month. here is the trailer for Q'Viva.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ln8hLnH6c3s&feature=plcp&context=C380cdb8UDOEgsToPDskL6iAXQZnRN2YvGpyilqKJ8[/youtube]



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06 Jan 2012, 2:04 pm

Laconvivencia wrote:
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I did watch it a lot, and I started watching it again on Netflix. Why would you be too old to watch a cartoon? You're not to old to do something you enjoy.

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I would not watch a Kids cartoon unless it is very sophisticated and critically acclaimed (e.g Batman The Animated Series (Bruce Timms version)). Any why would I want to watch Jackie Chan Adventures, while I have very interesting documentaries to watch and best of all, I have Jennifer Lopez's new Latin talent Show, Q'Viva the Chosen coming up this month. here is the trailer for Q'Viva.


So, say if you saw some cartoon that looked interesting to you, but it wasn't critically acclaimed or "sophisticated", you wouldn't watch it? Critic are not the ultimate authority, I like to form my own opinions.


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06 Jan 2012, 5:34 pm

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I did watch it a lot, and I started watching it again on Netflix. Why would you be too old to watch a cartoon? You're not to old to do something you enjoy.

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I would not watch a Kids cartoon unless it is very sophisticated and critically acclaimed (e.g Batman The Animated Series (Bruce Timms version)). Any why would I want to watch Jackie Chan Adventures, while I have very interesting documentaries to watch and best of all, I have Jennifer Lopez's new Latin talent Show, Q'Viva the Chosen coming up this month. here is the trailer for Q'Viva.


So, say if you saw some cartoon that looked interesting to you, but it wasn't critically acclaimed or "sophisticated", you wouldn't watch it? Critic are not the ultimate authority, I like to form my own opinions.


Fine, keep your own opinions, I am not stopping you from watching it. I just see no reason why I should watch Jackie Chan Adventures again. It is no bad but not anything special. I am treating Jackie Chan Adventures as an epitone to my current interest in different cultures.



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06 Jan 2012, 10:50 pm

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RW665 wrote:
I did watch it a lot, and I started watching it again on Netflix. Why would you be too old to watch a cartoon? You're not to old to do something you enjoy.

"You teeerrible salesmen." - Uncle


I would not watch a Kids cartoon unless it is very sophisticated and critically acclaimed (e.g Batman The Animated Series (Bruce Timms version)). Any why would I want to watch Jackie Chan Adventures, while I have very interesting documentaries to watch and best of all, I have Jennifer Lopez's new Latin talent Show, Q'Viva the Chosen coming up this month. here is the trailer for Q'Viva.


So, say if you saw some cartoon that looked interesting to you, but it wasn't critically acclaimed or "sophisticated", you wouldn't watch it? Critic are not the ultimate authority, I like to form my own opinions.


Fine, keep your own opinions, I am not stopping you from watching it. I just see no reason why I should watch Jackie Chan Adventures again. It is no bad but not anything special. I am treating Jackie Chan Adventures as an epitone to my current interest in different cultures.

Ok, but I was just talking about any show in general.


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07 Jan 2012, 6:07 am

RW665 wrote:
Laconvivencia wrote:
RW665 wrote:
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I did watch it a lot, and I started watching it again on Netflix. Why would you be too old to watch a cartoon? You're not to old to do something you enjoy. "You teeerrible salesmen." - Uncle
I would not watch a Kids cartoon unless it is very sophisticated and critically acclaimed (e.g Batman The Animated Series (Bruce Timms version)). Any why would I want to watch Jackie Chan Adventures, while I have very interesting documentaries to watch and best of all, I have Jennifer Lopez's new Latin talent Show, Q'Viva the Chosen coming up this month. here is the trailer for Q'Viva.
So, say if you saw some cartoon that looked interesting to you, but it wasn't critically acclaimed or "sophisticated", you wouldn't watch it? Critic are not the ultimate authority, I like to form my own opinions.
Fine, keep your own opinions, I am not stopping you from watching it. I just see no reason why I should watch Jackie Chan Adventures again. It is no bad but not anything special. I am treating Jackie Chan Adventures as an epitone to my current interest in different cultures.
Ok, but I was just talking about any show in general.
RW665, I think you may like to watch Jennifer Lopez's new Latin talent show Q'Viva which is coming at the end of this month. Here is the trailer. Tell me what you think. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h74ICBh1KA[/youtube]



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07 Jan 2012, 5:52 pm

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RW665, I think you may like to watch Jennifer Lopez's new Latin talent show Q'Viva which is coming at the end of this month. Here is the trailer. Tell me what you think. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h74ICBh1KA[/youtube]

No sorry, that video didn't really interest me. I'm not into dance, and I'm not really into Latin culture, even though I am Mexican and Spanish lol.


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08 Jan 2012, 6:38 pm

RW665 wrote:
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RW665, I think you may like to watch Jennifer Lopez's new Latin talent show Q'Viva which is coming at the end of this month. Here is the trailer. Tell me what you think. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h74ICBh1KA[/youtube]

No sorry, that video didn't really interest me. I'm not into dance, and I'm not really into Latin culture, even though I am Mexican and Spanish lol.


One of my favorite pop bands S Club 7 is rumoured to be reforming this year. If Simon Fuller (The Creator of S Club 7) considers making an animated series for them, Fuller should chose the Chief character designer of Jackie Chan Adventures, Jeff Matsuda. I Think Matsuda's designs would work well in an S Club 7 Cartoon. Do you agree with me?



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08 Jan 2012, 7:51 pm

Laconvivencia wrote:
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RW665, I think you may like to watch Jennifer Lopez's new Latin talent show Q'Viva which is coming at the end of this month. Here is the trailer. Tell me what you think. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h74ICBh1KA[/youtube]

No sorry, that video didn't really interest me. I'm not into dance, and I'm not really into Latin culture, even though I am Mexican and Spanish lol.


One of my favorite pop bands S Club 7 is rumoured to be reforming this year. If Simon Fuller (The Creator of S Club 7) considers making an animated series for them, Fuller should chose the Chief character designer of Jackie Chan Adventures, Jeff Matsuda. I Think Matsuda's designs would work well in an S Club 7 Cartoon. Do you agree with me?

I've never heard of S Club 7.


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