Talk:Gangs of New York
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edit A Few Small suggestions
Sorry it took so long, been busy. Hope it hasn't held you back on trying to get it featured.
- Instead of saying the film is about "a three hour investigation of the meaning of loyalty within the confines of criminality", you could say it's more of a Historical epic that explores the development of Criminality in New York during an Era of Irish immigration to the city and the Federal government's execution of the Civil War.
- You may prefer to say "Summary" instead of "Resume".
- Instead of Feral Dogs, you could have Scrappy Doo digging up the corpse to play with. I've always hated the little bastard.
Either you've done a lot of changes or I've forgotten some to suggest. Either way this article is in pretty good shape. There's still quite a few words that have links a bit pointlessly. The pictures could be slightly better formatted but that could be more down to taste. Anyway, to show you what I mean, I'm going to change the formatting on this article, save it, and then undo it, so then when you look at the history you can see my example of where I'd go, without it seeming like me trying to steal your article. --Matfen 16:50, January 5, 2010 (UTC)
Thanks. I think everyone hated scrappy doo
edit On second thoughts...
You might might want to reconsider my putting some of the left side images under to, rather than next to, the titles. I can't tell if they look sloppy or not. Is upto you as the author anyway dude. --Matfen 17:18, January 5, 2010 (UTC)
Great job bro its an epic story and the point of view is done very well :D luved it
- Thanks. now that its features I can safely reveal that i never got around to watching Gangs of New York. Think I'll wait for the HB version --Sog1970 10:41, January 21, 2010 (UTC)
edit Good Story!
I like this article and I think this should be part of the Hanna-Barbera Story as well!
PS-I think this article should be the Top Cat Article (No Pun Intended).MrCleveland 17:41, January 21, 2010 (UTC)
- Glad you liked it. I've inserted a brief mention in Hanna Barbera article. --Sog1970 20:58, January 21, 2010 (UTC)