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on 19 June 2003
This is an outatanding film and a true essential to all fans of cult/eighties cartoons. This is a film much over shadowed by Transformers: the movie. But 'Ho' deserves its place in the eighties hall of fame. It came before the Transformers movie and perhaps even paved the way for it. Proving that cartoon films were worth funding. It starts with a very young Liono escaping a falling apart Thundera. The story manages to include every friend and foe of the thundercats. And the cheesey line deliveries don't lose their appeal over the 91minutes.
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on 17 June 2003
This is without doubt the barometer for all cartoons ever made. It is a truely fantastic and timeless tale of good against evil. Any body who was a kid in the 80's will know the basic story of the thundercats, for those who dont - The thundercats left their home planet just before it was destroyed, led by liono they set up home on the third earth. They battle against the evil Mumra and the mutant hordes.- This is a must see for anyone who even vaguely remembers the original show and for anyone else. All thats needed is a full rerun of the show. A true five star cartoon that has not been matched.
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on 7 May 2003
For those of you who spent your formative years glued in front of the tv, tracking the adventures of Lion-o and the rest of the crazy cats, volume 1 of the Thundercats series provides the ideal nostalgia trip. This piece of retro uber cool will have all your friends bowing at your feet in awe, so all you'll need to do is kick back, marvel at the sword of omens and get your air guitars ready for the fret fiddling opening theme!
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on 15 October 2004
The Thundercats rock. It is by far the greatest cartoon ever conceived. I only wish they would bring it back to television or even better re release it on dvd. So it can define the new generation, like it did before.
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on 1 March 2006
I recently bought this movie because as a child i had recorded it from the TV. It has lost non of its appeal. It still has all the drama all the heart and the lessons it teach young children are still just as important (if not more so) in todays ASBO central society. every story has a moral however cheesily they are delivered. the movie is no exception. If you are a cult 80's cartoon nut you'll love it. If you are a parent looking for some good family fun which will teach your kids some good lesson in a way they can understand then this what your looking for. If your just a big kid who wants to recapture the innocence of youth then this is the one for you. Just buy it. and remember the thundercats way. justice truth honour loyalty.
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on 13 March 2007
Thundercats are losse this film was the end for the Thundercats of the 80's but Mumra lost again and the Thundercats saved their countrymen from fire rock mountain this film reunties other people who appeared if you are a fan this is for you and you will enjoy doing the famous saying which is: -

Thunder, Thunder, Thunder, Thundercats Ho!
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on 23 November 2003
Classic thundercats, the quality's good and it brings childhood memories flooding back.
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