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Old 12-30-2008, 12:34 AM   #91
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Babydoll, how deep into LA are you?
I am 15 mins from LA...
Wanna see Revolutionary Road or MILK?






LETS!!!!
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Old 12-30-2008, 12:35 AM   #92
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For the record, I thought NSW was still deep's neighbor, too.
I reversed manifest destiny and headed East. Stopped before I could get back to NYC, though, here in Chicago.
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Sure, let me know when
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Why was everyone in Hawaii? Was there a Jean Wolff convention or something?

I thought as much.


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I reversed manifest destiny and headed East. Stopped before I could get back to NYC, though, here in Chicago.
I will try to pay better attention in the future.
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Old 12-31-2008, 12:26 AM   #97
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I saw it on Friday with my sister. I really liked it. I am normally a crier but this one didn't get me. I thought the young Benji looked amazing.

I actually experienced a flash of real fear when the u-boat surfaced. It was very surreal.
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I went to see this tonight but it was sold out. Oh well, perhaps next week.
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I thought the thread title really was the name of the movie until I saw an ad for it yesterday.
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I thought the thread title really was the name of the movie until I saw an ad for it yesterday.
gg bonnie.
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I thought it was a beautiful movie, one of the best I've seen all year
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so ... are we saying that Brad Pitt makes all of us a little bit bi-curious?
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So, it was very polished, sharply filmed and methodical in that attractive Fincher way. The performances were all top notch and the music was excellent. I thought Roth's screenplay really held the whole thing back from being great though. The whole bit back and forth from the hospital, tying in Hurricane Katrina to no effect, and a general sort of aimlessness in the narrative left me a little less than satisfied in that regard. The film felt unsure of itself thematically, and despite the promise over and over again throughout the plot of going somewhere genuinely meaningful, it continually found a new digression or moved on to something new. Sure the ending was a bit tear-jerky-ish in a nice if sentimental way, but I didn't leave the film having felt as though I really got anything substantial from it. But it's a well-made if not finely-written tale with good music and lots of pretty images.

I still liked it well enough.
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So, it was very polished, sharply filmed and methodical in that attractive Fincher way. The performances were all top notch and the music was excellent. I thought Roth's screenplay really held the whole thing back from being great though. The whole bit back and forth from the hospital, tying in Hurricane Katrina to no effect, and a general sort of aimlessness in the narrative left me a little less than satisfied in that regard. The film felt unsure of itself thematically, and despite the promise over and over again throughout the plot of going somewhere genuinely meaningful, it continually found a new digression or moved on to something new. Sure the ending was a bit tear-jerky-ish in a nice if sentimental way, but I didn't leave the film having felt as though I really got anything substantial from it. But it's a well-made if not finely-written tale with good music and lots of pretty images.

I still liked it well enough.
Wow, I agree with every word of this. Very much how I experienced it.
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I was tempted to see it otherwise.
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