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Old 12-29-2008, 06:03 PM   #76
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Oh, and, I thought the digital Kate and Brad was noticeable, but well done, if that makes sense.
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Sorry, Deep. I moved to Chicago in April, 2007.

You should go back and read all of my posts since then, and then formulate a new opinion of me.

Though, the weather here is so very bad that it's conceivable that I'll come crawling back to LA sooner than later.
I think we are ok, I did run all your replies through the "can relate" filter.

and I do believe that still applies.

(and I do remember reading about your mid-west move. )
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you know how all the singers are filtering their voices though computer programs to get their singing on pitch
And these singers should all be executed by firing squad.

I look forward to seeing this film sometime this week.
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Yeah I've met Lila before too (in Hawaii) and I agree that she's a classy lady
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I also met Lila in Hawaii and will attest to the classiness.

What part of LA are you in? I spent 10 years there, moved away when I found out that Lazarus lived there.

Thanks deep and Babydoll/NSW. I think I missed quoting you deep. Oops!

Babydoll -you've moved to L.A.?
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For the record, I thought NSW was still deep's neighbor, too.
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Pitt looked like he did in Thelma & Louise, so there was some visual reference there. Blanchett looked like a porcelain doll or something, slightly unnatural.
I was trying to remember what his first major film was. Yes, he looked a lot like that although he was in his late 20s when T&L was made and I thought he looked much younger, and was supposed to be much younger, than that as young Benji the last time we see Brad Pitt as Benji. I was going to ask everyone how old they thought he was supposed to be in that scene ... I was thinking 17, 18, 19?
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I was trying to remember what his first major film was. Yes, he looked a lot like that although he was in his late 20s when T&L was made and I thought he looked much younger, and was supposed to be much younger, than that as young Benji the last time we see Brad Pitt as Benji. I was going to ask everyone how old they thought he was supposed to be in that scene ... I was thinking 17, 18, 19?
I am going with around 18

and if her daughter was around 14
that means the Cate character was around 57 then?
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For the record, I thought NSW was still deep's neighbor, too.

you can still read our replies through the "can relate" filter

that is the filter I use with your replies, along with the "kinda hot" filter, too
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that is the filter I use with your replies, along with the "kinda hot" filter, too


Sometimes I am. Today, not so much.
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I also met Lila in Hawaii and will attest to the classiness.

What part of LA are you in? I spent 10 years there, moved away when I found out that Lazarus lived there.
Why was everyone in Hawaii? Was there a Jean Wolff convention or something?

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Though, the weather here is so very bad that it's conceivable that I'll come crawling back to LA sooner than later.
I thought as much.


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I was trying to remember what his first major film was. Yes, he looked a lot like that although he was in his late 20s when T&L was made and I thought he looked much younger, and was supposed to be much younger, than that as young Benji the last time we see Brad Pitt as Benji. I was going to ask everyone how old they thought he was supposed to be in that scene ... I was thinking 17, 18, 19?
He's a sex object in T&L, but his first real substantial role was in Robert Redford's A River Runs Through It, where you pretty much see the making of a movie star before your eyes. He's pretty much perfect in the film.
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He's a sex object in T&L, but his first real substantial role was in Robert Redford's A River Runs Through It, where you pretty much see the making of a movie star before your eyes. He's pretty much perfect in the film.
Oh, riiight...that's the one.
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Why was everyone in Hawaii? Was there a Jean Wolff convention or something?
this band you might've heard of...
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Ahh...loha.
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He's a sex object in T&L, but his first real substantial role was in Robert Redford's A River Runs Through It, where you pretty much see the making of a movie star before your eyes. He's pretty much perfect in the film.
I agree, I've always loved A River. He even looks sort of like a young Redford in it.

I've yet to see BB, though. Not in the mood for tearjerkers of late, and if it's taken down 90% of the male population of Interland, what hope do I have?
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