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Old 04-28-2005, 10:42 AM   #31
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I think he looks like Bono. When I saw that movie, I was cheering for Dracula the whole time.
Me too, I noticed it while watching it in the movie theater. Not an exact match but def. a resemblance.
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when my sister and I saw the movie we both agreed it would have been sooo much better if Bono was Dracula.
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.I can not agree with you.
I think if Bono was Van Helsing this would have been a much better movie .



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but then he would had to make bad oneliners. I could see him rewriting the script.
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