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Old 02-25-2010, 11:37 AM   #2361
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Marley And Me... I like the book better.
I knew that would be a let down as soon as I saw Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson were the stars. Even a beautiful yellow Lab couldn't make up for those two. Alan Arkin is always amusing though.

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UP, animated movie . I know it is a children's movie , but it was a nice movie.
That was a lot of fun, with rare exception (was pretty indifferent with Cars and didn't care for A Bug's Life) I always enjoy Pixar movies.
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Old 02-25-2010, 05:44 PM   #2362
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I knew that would be a let down as soon as I saw Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson were the stars. Even a beautiful yellow Lab couldn't make up for those two. Alan Arkin is always amusing though.



That was a lot of fun, with rare exception (was pretty indifferent with Cars and didn't care for A Bug's Life) I always enjoy Pixar movies.
Have you seen The Bee Movie ? My hubby liked it .
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"Paul Blart: Mall Cop." I don't know why no one liked it. We loved it! Realistic? Of course not. But it was fun and we love Kevin James. If we want reality we can look across the room at each other.

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Old 02-25-2010, 07:09 PM   #2364
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Have you seen The Bee Movie ? My hubby liked it .
I caught it on HBO a couple of months ago. Not really my cup of tea. I've never been a Jerry Seinfeld fan.
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Old 02-25-2010, 09:26 PM   #2365
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"Paul Blart: Mall Cop." I don't know why no one liked it. We loved it! Realistic? Of course not. But it was fun and we love Kevin James. If we want reality we can look across the room at each other.

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That was filmed at the Burlington Mall which is about 10 minutes from my office and my inlaws.
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Watchmen - The Directors Cut...about 25 minutes more footage that added to the story line, I'm excited about watching it again in the near future.
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Old 02-26-2010, 09:13 AM   #2367
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I caught it on HBO a couple of months ago. Not really my cup of tea. I've never been a Jerry Seinfeld fan.
I'm not a Jerry Seinfeld fan either. Hubby has a different sense of humor than I do.
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Old 02-26-2010, 09:30 AM   #2368
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I'm not a Jerry Seinfeld fan either. Hubby has a different sense of humor than I do.
I would get along with your husband. I've been a Jerry Seinfeld since his HBO stand-up days. I thought the Bee Movie was hilarious! Matter of fact we have it on DVD at home. Might watch it tonight with the wife. Dinner and a movie!
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I can't wait to see that! I love the first one. In fact, I saw it again today.

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