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Old 06-10-2002, 04:12 PM   #16
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These should work better..... drool away girls!!





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Old 06-10-2002, 04:15 PM   #17
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It's SOOO Monday. For some reason today I thought Brad Pitt was in Memento.

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Old 06-10-2002, 04:21 PM   #18
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It's SOOO Monday. For some reason today I thought Brad Pitt was in Memento.

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omg...is THAT why you were freaking out over the article referring to Lenny as Guy Pearce?



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Old 06-11-2002, 08:19 AM   #19
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Fabulous article, jkayet...thanks so much for the link. I have the DVD and haven't had a chance to watch it yet so the article really is helpful. Btw, if I leave it out by the tv it'll give me an excuse to be watching the DVD all the time...really honey, I'm just trying to figure it all out...and I'm NOT drooling.....hehe.....

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Old 06-11-2002, 08:56 AM   #20
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Fabulous article, jkayet...thanks so much for the link. I have the DVD and haven't had a chance to watch it yet so the article really is helpful. Btw, if I leave it out by the tv it'll give me an excuse to be watching the DVD all the time...really honey, I'm just trying to figure it all out...and I'm NOT drooling.....hehe.....

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Hehehehehehe!! I told my (then) boyfriend the same thing when I watched the movie twice the week that it came out on DVD after already seeing it twice in the theatre..... !!

Oh, and Sicy.... Guy is hotter then Brad *gasp*!! (At least in my books!)
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Fabulous article, jkayet...thanks so much for the link.
No problem! I think the article may have made me even less sure of what happened, but it's still fun... I love movies that totally mess with your mind, like Usual Suspects, etc.
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Serious mind voodoo!

I usually like those type of movies BUT dude that movied messed with me for daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaays. I am usually the one at movies that would have to explain shit to my friends cuz they would not be paying attention and not get a movie, but this made you really think, analyze, contemplate, and mull over everything. It was like a dagger in my brain and I could not get it out.
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Me and my friend finished watching and it was really fun afterwards trying to figure everything out.
We'd be all...'but what was the purpose of the girl?'
And then we'd figure it out and move on.

There's so much crazy stuff to figure out still.

One thing:
His wife is not really dead right? Or she is but she's not the one he was thinking of. Cos in one of his flashbacks his wife is there and he already has the tatoo that says he killed John G!!

He's been killing John G's for who knows how long!!
crazy!
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One thing:
His wife is not really dead right? Or she is but she's not the one he was thinking of. Cos in one of his flashbacks his wife is there and he already has the tatoo that says he killed John G!!
Well but is that reality or just his troubled mind making it up? Because weíve SEEN his body at present and there is NO tattoo thereÖso itís either in the future or itís hallucination. Definitely crazy. Go read that article that jkayet posted!
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