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Old 05-25-2008, 11:56 AM   #1021
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Speed Racer has gotten terrible reviews, that's all I know about that movie. I agree about the volume in movies these days - More and more we stay home and netflix our movies. However, I do plan on going to see the new Raiders movie on the big screen, can't help myself. Too bad Sean Connery is not in it this time.
My 6 year old grandson went and seen Speed Racer. The only thing he had to say about it was "oh, grandma, it was sooo long.
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Old 05-25-2008, 12:14 PM   #1022
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lol Joann! Speed Racer got horrible reviews! Iron Man on the other hand was awesome!!
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Old 05-25-2008, 01:05 PM   #1023
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Ummm.. lets see......

I saw Black Snake Moan... odd movie.
Cube 2 HyperCube.... loved it, also a big fan of the first one, the Cube. Very strange movies.

I tried very hard to watch Winter Passing, bet fell asleep!
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Old 05-25-2008, 01:11 PM   #1024
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Speed Racer has gotten terrible reviews, that's all I know about that movie. I agree about the volume in movies these days - More and more we stay home and netflix our movies. However, I do plan on going to see the new Raiders movie on the big screen, can't help myself. Too bad Sean Connery is not in it this time.
that is one I would have gone to see. Raiders always gets great reviews. Did you see Harrison Ford on David Letterman the other night? I just wonder sometimes, he is very hard person to interview. do you think he is private person and doesn't really go for interviewing? Letterman also asked him about the plane he flies. Kind of interesting person. I truly think he doesn't like publicity. With his success he probably does what he wants. Nice. Must admit I first knew about him in the Star Wars movie. Did you like Star Wars? I am sure you have heard of it.
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Old 05-25-2008, 10:05 PM   #1025
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Spent the afternoon resting my leg watching "27 Dresses". It was predictible, as most of those movies are, but it was really very funny and I loved all the tacky dresses. Also, I guess I identify with the main character in that whenever someone asks me to do something to help them, I can't say no....................well, it is getting easier.

Anyway, my hubby was bored in the first 45 minutes (it IS a chick flick), and made us Cola Floats (didn't have root beer). But he seemed to get into it after that.
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Old 05-25-2008, 10:43 PM   #1026
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LOVE Star Wars, In the Kitchen...I once saw Harrison Ford on a talk show - maybe Jay Leno. He seemed very unpretentious and talked about how he used to be a carpenter. I think he somehow knows (or at least knew then) that he is pretty lucky things turned out the way they did for him.
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Old 05-26-2008, 10:34 AM   #1027
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Cronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian. It is not as good as previous one.
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Dh and I went to see Indiana Jones yesterday, the matinee. He wanted to leave about 33 minutes in to it, so that says what he thought of it. I was tired and could have easily closed my eyes through a lot of it, but didn't and did enjoy it. HF was good enough in his role.

I'll give it a B-

The young kid {Shia LeBoufe [SP?] is doing movies everywhere or so it seems. Husbands comment, who does 'this' kid know?
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Last night Buck and I watched our Netflix movie, Sabrina. 1954 movie with Audrey Hepburn, William Holden and Humphrey Bogart. Funny, fun, romantic, sweet.
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Last night Buck and I watched our Netflix movie, Sabrina. 1954 movie with Audrey Hepburn, William Holden and Humphrey Bogart. Funny, fun, romantic, sweet.
Oh, Katie, I have always loved that movie. Was really disappointed with the remake, even though it wasn't bad - it just wasn't the same!
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