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Matt Foley

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Armored, with Matt Dillon, Laurence Fishburne and others.

Very good sleeper movie. I like Dillon as an actor very much. He can go from bad guy to good guy and you believe him as both.

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O_o looks cheesy as hell from all the previews. I'll wait until they show it on PBS sometime in 2025.

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Seriously? That looks like the worst movie of the decade not named "Twilight."

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It's not a date movie, but it's a decent guy's movie. Rent it when it comes out or watch it on cable. You'll see.

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I hope you saw this at a matinee. At least pay half price.

But it looks decent.

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I hope you saw this at a matinee. At least pay half price.

But it looks decent.

Yes, and it was. Good acting. Very believable story. Check out the list of who's in it, they were all recognizable.

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Can't decide if I want to see this or see new moon for the 5th time.

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I was sold on this movie when they showed Matt Damon with his shirt off on the preview.

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The first four or five reviews on IMDB sum up how I felt about it. Then you get the snobs who didn't like the lighting and crap like that.

By the way, not only are there no bewbies in this flick, there aren't any women, period. Except for one old lady social worker.

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