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anna farris please go...

Down to New Orleans?
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Down to New Orleans?

I cant stand her and dont find her attractive at all.
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^How the hell could any normal, red-blooded male not find her attractive?
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I cant stand her and dont find her attractive at all.

Lol what? Are we talking about the same person?
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yea this bitch...cant stand her.

She has the acting talent of my left pinky toe.
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Totally fine, fella. One less competitor for me. wink.gif
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Totally fine, fella. One less competitor for me. wink.gif

She just comes off as a total ditz/try hard and its a turn off. Now these two actresses are where its at.



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I like ditzy.
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If you have never seen NIXON (1996) yet, make it your weekend movie. If you have only seen the theatrical release before, rent or buy the 'Election Year Edition', a longer version. All the acting in this film is superb. Another Oliver Stone masterpiece. Anthony Hopkins is marvelous too. It is over 3 hours long and every minute of it is delicious. I wish this film had been 20 hours longer.
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Anna Faris is hilarious. She's in a lot of crap movies, but watch Observe and Report or Smiley Face. She's great in both of those.
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If you have never seen NIXON (1996) yet, make it your weekend movie. If you have only seen the theatrical release before, rent or buy the 'Election Year Edition', a longer version. All the acting in this film is superb. Another Oliver Stone masterpiece. Anthony Hopkins is marvelous too. It is over 3 hours long and every minute of it is delicious. I wish this film had been 20 hours longer.

i dont think i had heard of that. after watching all the presidents men, and now i have frost noxon at home, i think i will add this. thanks!
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Follow those up with Dick. Silly but hilarious.

I just watched "Tell No One", a French film based on the novel by Harlan Coben. I like his novels, although they're fairly pedestrian potboilers. This movie, however, is excellent. It's very well acted and beautifully shot. The characters have real emotional depth, including the villain, making it easier to understand how such an improbable plot-line might actually occur. The good guys and bad guys alike are all acting to protect their families.
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Follow those up with Dick. Silly but hilarious.

I just watched "Tell No One", a French film based on the novel by Harlan Coben. I like his novels, although they're fairly pedestrian potboilers. This movie, however, is excellent. It's very well acted and beautifully shot. The characters have real emotional depth, including the villain, making it easier to understand how such an improbable plot-line might actually occur. The good guys and bad guys alike are all acting to protect their families.

I really enjoyed Tell No One. The trailer for it I saw is terrible and I almost skipped it because of that. Don't make the same mistake.
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I really enjoyed Tell No One. The trailer for it I saw is terrible and I almost skipped it because of that. Don't make the same mistake.

But you watched it so you didn't make the mistake. It would be more suited if you said don't almost make the mistake I made. That being said I will give it a go in my down time next week.
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But you watched it so you didn't make the mistake. It would be more suited if you said don't almost make the mistake I made. That being said I will give it a go in my down time next week.

You're going to parse my grammar after the martinis I've had?
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