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The Trailer for the Legends of the Hidden Temple TV Movie Has a Thing or Two to Say About the Imprudence of Wandering Away From Tour Groups

Look, nobody likes touring in groups. It's a whole pack of tourists moving at a pace that isn't precisely the pace you would've independently chosen for yourself, and isn't that just impossible to bear, and, agh, are you guys still really that enamored with this boring painting over here, really? ... More »
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