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    Quote Originally Posted by moomies View Post
    My friend was telling me he just dl-ed and watched it. He asked me if I wanted to borrow his disk and I told him I usually boycot movies starring Scientologists. He didn't believe me that Will Smith was a Scino...(well, kinda debatable but he had absolutely no idea). Made me think I know too much about celebs, I think most posters on here do and when we talk to some regular folk, we just realize just how much we know.
    You would still effectively be boycotting it if you watched a pirated copy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valley Doll View Post
    The Children's Hour with Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, and James Garner. A good film that shows just how rumors can totally destroy someone's life.
    I love that movie. Everyone in it is so good.

    Quote Originally Posted by moomies View Post
    My friend was telling me he just dl-ed and watched it. He asked me if I wanted to borrow his disk and I told him I usually boycot movies starring Scientologists. He didn't believe me that Will Smith was a Scino...(well, kinda debatable but he had absolutely no idea). Made me think I know too much about celebs, I think most posters on here do and when we talk to some regular folk, we just realize just how much we know.
    It is sort of embarrassing when you know all these intimate details of celebrity lives. My son thought Russell Crowe was Jewish and he laughed at me when I informed him Crowe is Irish, Welsh, and Maori (indigenous New Zealanders)

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    I informed him Crowe is Irish, Welsh, and Maori (indigenous New Zealanders)
    Crowe is Irish, Welsh, Maori and Douche.
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    I watched Gods and Monsters last night. It's a beautiful film. I knew that Ian McKellan was a world-class actor, but I was impressed by Brendan Fraser. He's very good in this movie. Even though it's a fictional account of James Whale's last days, I found myself crying for the last 15 minutes of the movie. It's a really emotional story. The musicial score throughout is especially pretty. I would reccommend it if you haven't seen it yet.

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    I loved it.

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    Blades of Glory. Funnier than I thought it would be. Amy Poehler is at her BEST when she plays a psycho bitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    Blades of Glory. Funnier than I thought it would be. Amy Poehler is at her BEST when she plays a psycho bitch.
    I'm curious to see that. I love Will Arnett.

    I watched The Great Outdoors. I used to watch it all the time when I was little, so it brought back some good memories.

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    Saw "Bottle Shock" last night, t'was incredible; hiliarious, touching and well-done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valley Doll View Post
    The Children's Hour with Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, and James Garner. A good film that shows just how rumors can totally destroy someone's life.
    I love 'The Childrens Hour' it was one of many movies my grandmother turned me on to. Watching old movies, and mystery shows together was our thing. Those were great times.
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    The X Files: I Want to Believe - ****

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    Trading Places -Still a classic
    Lake Placid - Betty White cursing is why I love that movie.
    Serenity - Good sci-fi movie with humor.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirsten89 View Post
    I'm curious to see that. I love Will Arnett.

    I watched The Great Outdoors. I used to watch it all the time when I was little, so it brought back some good memories.
    I think that was on the other night when I was channel surfing. I used to love it when I was younger.

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    ^^ I love Trading Places too. And damn, Jamie Lee Curtis had the most perfect body ever.

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    The Life Before Her Eyes- it was really good. Uma is gorgeous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkdgirl View Post
    ^^ I love Trading Places too. And damn, Jamie Lee Curtis had the most perfect body ever.
    Yes she did. And she still had that body in True Lies, which shocked the hell out of me.

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