Despite our dislike towards the movie that birthed our passions, we should honor this page with more detail than what it had, in point: the entire plot was missing. It has since been remedied. PonyEnglish 21:32, 11 January 2009 (UTC)
The film was not successful, it bombed. It was also a critical failure.
- Oh, look at the overwhelming positive enthusiasm coming out of your pretty little mouth! Hey, I’ve an idea, let's ponder Hollywood double meanings for moment, "moderately successful and generally well received at the time of its release" pretty much means that it didn't do too well initially, that it was ok, and as time went on it failed to become a cash cow executive’s could milk. However, did some people like it? Yeah, some did, and I guess Whedon still loved it, or other wise we wouldn't be here taking time and ensuring that all things Buffy aren't lost and forgotten and you wouldn't be here either wasting our time with blurbs that you can't even manage to sign. While you are at it, do you want to bring up that movie you made about going around and telling little kids that Santa isn’t real and the Easter Bunny is just make believe. You know the one that you got Hollywood to produce for you and went on to be better than Buffy the Vampire Slayer? That it went to create not just one, but two smash hit television dramas and got you all super famous? Oh, you don’t have one of those do you? Next time, check your pessimism at the door before you go knocking around that certain articles aren’t correct from your certain point of view. But thanks for using the Verizon Internet Services of 1880 Campus Commons Dr. Reston, VA 20191. Good job. I'm kind of a douche, PonyEnglish 19:25, 6 February 2009 (UTC)