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    DOH!! I ordered Metropolis from Netflix and the DVD messed up just after the Robot woman was revealed.....I never did see the end of it.
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    Aww. You're having bad luck with DVD's, my friend.

    She's in the trailer a bunch. (Yes, I'm now addicted to doing this. )

    <--Go ahead! Click him!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JediFonger
    i respectfully disagree on the matrix revolutions post. it was better than reloaded and the first matrix. it's truly the most philosophical trilogy of films EVER made.
    WHAT????????????????????????????????????????
    Revolutions better than the first Matrix????????????????????
    First person ever who claims this. I'm surprised as to why you think this is so. Care to elaborate your point?
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    About those glasses: Yes they work but I think they worked better for me if I hadn't my own too. It was quite amusing to have both of them on your nose. And I'm completely agreeing with criasaor about that Matrix question
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    THEY ALL DIED IN THE END!

    just half-kidding... they almost all died in the end. =).
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    You liked a movie for the amount of death...?

    Anyways, I saw Mystic River tonight, that is a very jumpy movie but I liked it. Give it a 7.

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    I'd have liked it better if they only let people do accents who ... you know ... could do accents. Sean Penn's was so-so, Lawrence Fishburne's was incredible, everyone else sucked.
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    em which paaaaart of MA do you live in? Boston is REAL thick on the accent. thus far the best accent i've seen on film is probably good will hunting... for obvious reasons =). other than that everyone kinda fakes it unless they wuh from uhround he-ah.
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    Hehe. You should hear -- I mean, read -- Sancho's impression. It's so awesome. I'm in southern Whis-tah county. But my parents aren't from around here, so I don't have an accent. *phew* I think. I hope. I actually haven't seen Good Will Hunting...I know, sacrilege. But somehow it's hard for me to believe Affleck could improve that much in the time between that and the Kevin Smith movies. *shrug* But maybe now I will, if only for the refreshing change of hearing someone not just phoning it in on a Hahvahd Yahd impression.
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    KIWI, I'm glad you liked Mystic River. I always worry when people take my advise about movies/music it's so subjective. I raved and raved about the movie INTACTO but nobody else liked it as much as I did. Did anybody else see it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by papayahed
    KIWI, I'm glad you liked Mystic River. I always worry when people take my advise about movies/music it's so subjective. I raved and raved about the movie INTACTO but nobody else liked it as much as I did. Did anybody else see it?
    I really did like Mystic River, don't worry.
    I have never seen INTACTO, so I can't comment on that one.

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    em, you'll find that good will hunting remains ben+matt best work (at the time of this post). ben was pretty good in chasing amy and matt is pretty good in rounders but good will hunting really solidified both of them. outsides of those mentioned films it has been disasters imho.
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    Starsky and Hutch on the airplane. I give it a c-

    it barely passed for entertainment.
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    I knew that car was going to miss the boat, I could see it coming as soon as I saw they were headed for the docks.

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    "Pretty woman" Of course - 10
    It's really cool. I enjoyed it again..... It reminded me my school years and my sister..........
    I like Julia Roberts.

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