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Just watched it. IMO Better than "Love Story".

Like it was produced by Hitchcock and Serling!

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Oh stewardess,
I speak jive.
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I've forgotten most of the details but I remember finding it surprisingly good.
 
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I enjoyed it.

By the way, it's Button, not Buttons.
 
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Makes me want to watch it again....it's been years!




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Originally posted by 83v45magna:
I enjoyed it.

By the way, it's Button, not Buttons.




Fixed it. Thanks.


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Just watched it. IMO Better than "Love Story".

Like it was produced by Hitchcock and Serling!


Thanks for posting! My wife and I watched this last night and enjoyed it a lot.
 
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I've seen it, in the theater when it first came out. It didn't suck. Big Grin It was my first time seeing Brad Pitt act, and he did a good job, not just a "pretty boy." "Surprisingly good" or "better than you'd think" is a fair assessment.
 
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I watched it again tonight. Very enjoyable second time through.




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