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    How did you like this one? Personally, I liked it, and it had me thinking for about four days about how can someone ruin his/her life with jsut a little patience... At the begining, I felt it was a bit slow, but it got better.
    Maybe I didn't enjoy the movie as I should have, for there were a few kids in the theater, and I was like 8O
    Dunno what you think, but I think it was under-rated (it was PG 15); being a fact that The dream catcher got an R. Maybe the movie wasn't that bold in graphic content, but the lines...
    Sweet moons!

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    I'm glad you posted this. I just saw closer last night. I hated it. There
    isn't a shred of redemption in this film. It's just dark people behaving
    darkly. The moral of the story is bad. Don't trust love, you'll be betrayed.
    Don't seek a common ground of being honest, you'll lose what you love.
    It was just a vehicle to see some fine actors talk filthy and behave
    even worse.

    I saw Love Actually the same night and these two films are completely
    antithetical. LA is quite a good date movie. Sadly, I saw it alone. The
    Mrs. had to retire early. I digress...

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