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Sunday, January 11, 2009



I agree with you about Benjamin Button...too long. But oh how I loved Slumdog Millionaire. I smiled all the way through the ending credits :)

And, yes, let's get together soon. I've been using all my freetime to deal with building permits, but hopefully I'll get that taken care of this week. *fingers crossed*


I wanted to see Benjamin Button - but got taken to Slumdog Millionaire instead, and I was SO glad! Heartbreaking and heartwarming all at once. Still looking forward to seeing Benjamin Button, though...


I thought the priest was probably gay and that is what he didn't want people to find out. Not that he was molesting the boy. I thought the nun just jumped to that conclusion and was one of those that figured that gay equaled molester. Excellent movie, though.


I want to see Doubt and Slumdog Millionaire. The question I have for you is this: Do they do a plausible job of creating doubt or do you just assume he is guilty? One of the local theaters is actually doing the play, and the problem they're having is that everyone thinks the priest is guilty, so there really isn't any doubt cast on the situation.

Barbara W. Klaser

Thanks for the great descriptions of those movies. I'd wondered about some, and hadn't heard of others. I'm out of the loop, I guess, when it comes to new movies. I usually don't see them until they turn up in the DVD bargain bin. By then no one's talking about them anymore. :)

Yes, that outcome of the same sex marriage rights here in California stunned me. It made me wonder where we're headed on a lot of issues, not just that one.


A three hour movie would be hard to sit through for me. (but I've heard good stuff about the film) Ashley loved Milk and French Club is planning to go see I've Loved you for so long. It looks intense!!

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