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    Rented the recruit, it was pretty good, but I don't like Al all that much. But the story was pretty good.

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    Originally posted by eldee
    I took out that video before. For those who like Robin Williams and would like to see him in a more sinister role, this one's for you.
    He's much better in One Hour Photo imo, but yea, not bad in Insomnia.

    I'm watching Drumline right now. It's typical mindless entertainment. Not bad, not great, just fun.
    I know someday you'll have a beautiful life, I know you'll be a star in somebody else's eyes... but why... why... why can't it be me?

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    Today, I rented Die Another Day, The Pianist, and Men In Black 2. I haven't watched them yet, but I'll probably start tonight!

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    Die Another Day was awesome, IMO. Many people I know thought it was just okay and all. I really liked it!! I can't wait for the next one!!!

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    Took out "The Talented Mr. Ripley". I haven't seen Jude Law in something I didn't like. (Yes, I did rewind a couple of scenes. )Wait, there was some weird futuristic, dirty looking move where they eat Chinese food. What was that about?

    I did not like the ending. Not because it's different from the original, but I thought things could have worked out for him and that guy

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    Oooo...The Talented Mr. Ripley is a favorite of mine!

    I haven't rented a movie or even gone to the theatre in ages, but a friend loaned me Big Fat Greek Wedding eons ago and I still haven't watched it. Someone at work loaned me Antwone Fisher today as well.

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    GrammarGoddess,

    Are you also a Jude Law fan? If so, check out Gattica.

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    I'm not really a Jude Law fan, but I am a Matt Damon fan!

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    Ah, did you see him as the younger brother of Julia Robert's love interest in Mystic Pizza? I especially liked him in The Talented Mr. Ripley, Good Will Hunting, and Dogma (I thought I wouldn't like this last one, but I did).

    I thought he was great in TTMR, but believe only Jude Law got nominated for an Oscar that year. That was a shame.

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    Matt Damon also had a key role in School Ties... Ben Affleck was also in it.

    That was when Brendan Fraser was going to be the next 'big thing'. It lasted about a minute. (I love Brendan Fraser though)
    If you go through a lot of hammers each month, I don't think it necessarily means you're a hard worker.
    It may just mean that you have a lot to learn about proper hammer maintenance.


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