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Dpantherman

Saw Silver Linings Playbook

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Me and mom are trying to go see a movie today. Side Effect has good reviews, Identity Thief does not, but is it still funny enough to go pay to see??

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Haven't seen either, but imo Side Effect looks like more of a "theater" movie than Thief does...

Thief looks like a good DVD rental.

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I generally save the theater time for movies with explosions or big titties... or both.

Comedies and dramas are better at home anyway...

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Thread of the year lol

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She decided on Silver Linings Playbook

So in the end, your opinion didn't really matter at all? Why does that sound familiar?

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She decided on Silver Linings Playbook

freaking phenomenal movie, good choice.

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So in the end, your opinion didn't really matter at all? Why does that sound familiar?

I'm learning early. ;)

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freaking phenomenal movie, good choice.

That's what I've heard. And Jennifer Lawrence is very nice to look at as well.

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