|A better story with more intriguing female characters.|
Also, if you were hoping for the standard Pinocchio story about a wooden boy who becomes real with the help of flakey grasshoppers and a song about becoming an actor done by a hipster looking fox, then you're not going to enjoy this.
So the innocent man dies for the crimes of a little wooden boy. But in all fairness, you cannot try a puppet as an adult. The ACLU will come down fast and they'll come down hard on you.
"Could I be any more Chandler?"
"Sometimes kids act through their toys. We call it the My Monster Syndrome."
You can just tell that every minute away from his sweater vests is torture.
"Could I be killed in a more stupid way?
Look, I realize we live in an age of rampant victim blaming, but these people really were asking to get massacred by a puppet infused with the spirit of a dead seriel killer. Live and learn.
In closing, it should be noted that the story's big conflict was preventing a little girl from letting Pinocchio become a real boy. If he had gotten his way, he would have least been able to be tried as one, but don't let this DA represent him in court...
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