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Intolerable Cruelty

10.11.2003

Saw the movie Intolerable Cruelty today. Wasn’t expecting much but I was actually pleasantly surprised. It was pretty funny. Worth seeing.

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The Life of David Gale

09.07.2003

Saw the movie The Life of David Gale today . . . and I must say that, though the acting was decent, I was fairly disappointed with the film’s message. Being against the death penalty myself, I thought there were much better arguments that could have been made. Without giving away too much of the […]

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The other Bennifer movie

08.06.2003

Kevin Smith doesn’t think that the Gigli’s flop at the box office will affect Jersey Girl, the “other” Ben and J-Lo film slated for a February release: As far as all this worrying about what this weekend’s “Gigli” reception means for “Jersey Girl”… well, don’t waste your energy. We’re gonna be fine (more than fine, […]

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Movie fluff

07.29.2003

Is it just me, or does that new much-hyped Ben and J.Lo movie, Gigli, look really dumb? Can’t wait for the new American Pie movie, American Wedding, though. Okay, okay, fine, it’s fluff. But I’m getting really sick of this stupid mudslinging that the mideast debate has degenerated into around here lately. Aren’t you?

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Disappointing

06.01.2003

Went to see the Matrix Reloaded tonight, and I must admit I was utterly disappointed. Anyone else agree?

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Movies

04.27.2003

Just when I think that that the entertainment industry can’t stoop any lower, they release trash like this. No, I won’t go see it no matter how much you pay me. On the plus side, I went to see Bend it like Beckham last week, which was one of the more entertaining movies I’ve seen […]

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Life moves pretty fast

02.16.2003

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you might miss it.” – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

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Chicago: the movie

02.08.2003

So I finally saw the movie Chicago tonight. Lots of fun. Great singing and dancing. Highly recommended.

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