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| 28 March 2017
Is "Cabin in the Woods" something different, or Whedon repeating himself?
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Movieline's Maria Aspan claims the movie is a checklist of tropes that Joss uses in his TV shows and Dr. Horrible. The cliches she identifies includes the "banality of evil", a wise-cracking guy, and the Big Bads lurking underneath.
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