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Puffy Treat
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Interesting choice.
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Raia
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I'm displaying my ignorance, but I don't know much about the man except that he once filmed himself trying to buy a cow in Old English. I was pretty impressed.
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AWESOME.
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I like this move. His voice is very close to what I pictured Reepicheep sounding like.
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I think Eddie Izzard will be great. And I'm glad he's getting more parts in movies.

Great video, Eqauae. When I lived in Germany, I was in a part where Low German (Plattdeutsch) is still used quite commonly as a colloquial. It's very close to Dutch, Frisian, and Old English, so the bit I picked up allowed me to understand almost all of the film.

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Cool video, Eaquae.
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Puffy Treat
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Also the official site has gotten "Caspian-ized".
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Interesting.

Now I want to see the animation.

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quote:
Originally posted by Little_Doctor:
I like this move. His voice is very close to what I pictured Reepicheep sounding like.

I always imagined his voice like Warwick Davis for some reason...
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Puffy Treat
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Nah, we now know that Warwick Davis sounds more like Nikabrik.
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See, I know what Warwick Davis looks and sounds like, and yet still all I can see and hear is Wicket when I hear his name.
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He's got to tone down the smarminess to pull off Reepicheep. And I say this as a great fan of his smarminess.
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Puffy Treat
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Does he have a good range as a performer? I haven't seen much of his stuff.
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All I can think of now (and quite probably for the entirety of the PC movie) are "strategic sheep purposes."
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