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    We just watched "Requium for a Dream" a movie from 2000 with Jennifer Garner. It is about 4 people who go from using no drugs/casually to a total descent into addiction hell. Very powerful movie. I highly recommend it.

    Just want to add that this movie is not for children.

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    jennifer connelly.... not jennifer garner

    yeah its a good movie.....ending was pretty sad

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    I actually saw this one on HBO, but I have to mention it here because it was my first time and I loved it: Bend it like Beckham!

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    I went back a few pages, but didn't see any comments for The Butterfly Effect, so I thought I'd add my 2 cents. I rented it on Friday and bought the DVD on Saturday! Loved it! I heard that there were two completely different endings (Theatrical and Director's Cut), but I actually preferred the Theatrical ending (unlike most people!). Anyway, several friends are on their way over so I get to watch it again! Definitely on my top 10 of all time fav movies.

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    I watched 13 going on Thirty at my friend's house.
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    Just watched that old early 80's movie The Final Countdown. It's the one where the aircraft carrier goes back in time. I remember loving it when I saw it in the theatre as a kid. But it was pretty disappointing now. I don't really understand the point of the story, I guess. I know what they were trying to make you think about, and that worked for me. But the overall story structure was rather poor, something I didn't notice as a 10- or 11-year-old kid.

    The original movie trailers sure were funny, though. They've really come a LONG way as far as making slick, entertaining trailers that don't just peel out huge chunks of the movie intact. I don't like trailers that give too much away, either, and you could write a pretty thorough book report on the movie just by watching the trailers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoose
    I went back a few pages, but didn't see any comments for The Butterfly Effect, so I thought I'd add my 2 cents. I rented it on Friday and bought the DVD on Saturday! Loved it! I heard that there were two completely different endings (Theatrical and Director's Cut), but I actually preferred the Theatrical ending (unlike most people!). Anyway, several friends are on their way over so I get to watch it again! Definitely on my top 10 of all time fav movies.
    I saw this movie when it was in theaters and bought the DVD the day it came out. I preferred the director's cut to the theatrical ending. It just seemed to fit better. One of my favorite movies of all time, also.

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    The other night, "Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit" was on the Disney channel. I decided to give it a try. This movie was awesome! I loved the first one, but never got to watch the sequel, and I'm glad I've watched it, it's awesome!
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    On the weekend we saw DUPLEX (Ben Stiller, Drew Barrymore), I liked it more than I thought I would. It's a great dark comedy with some really funny moments. Ben Stiller really brings this movie together (he's just great, and I'm a big fan of his) , Drew Barrymore was fine, and the old lady (have to look up her name) was hilarious, and brought in a good performance. I recommend this one!

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    Over the weekend I rented 50 First Dates. I personally thought it was horrible. The previews of the show were funnier than the actual movie. I don't think it was worth it.

    Also rented Along Came Polly. I thought this was cute. Some parts were funny
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