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You're Next

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You're Next

Very nice,,Nice Action & Suspense,,Great TWIST,,A Must see Movie

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Got to Meet Real Life Bondurant Boy

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Lawless

The story takes place shortly after prohibition is declared. I've always wondered if the government didn't put prohibition in place purposefully as a way to create commerce. Perhaps they didn't know just how bloody and violent it would get; but like wars, it was profitable. After all, it's human nature to want what you've been told you can't have; and there will always be those that not only find a way to break a law, but make great gains from the disobedience.

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BEST ORIGINAL MOVIE OF THE YEAR!!

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Lawless

From start to finish, this movie takes you back to a time of simplicity, a time when things were simpler and harder than the present.
The acting and as well as the plot, were well performed, to the point where you felt the characters, they weren't just people acting out scenes they drew you into the movie as if you were a part of each scene and every discussion.
Congratulations are in order to the Director and Producer for a wonderfully made movie and to the special effects team, for their vision of hard knock cut throat life situations.

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Predictably Amusing

I'd like to say... What you don't know about the movie... or, What will surprise you ... or, But there's a twist... No, but it's fine, family, magical Disney entertainment. Many lessons are learned by this couple who've gone from standing poolside, to diving head first into the deep end of parenting. For instance, what do you do when a kid whose only been alive for a couple of days starts "dating" a girl that's at least 2 years older?...

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Excerpt of Tinsel & Tine's Hope Springs Review

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Hope Springs

...If it were just that her marriage was predictable, I'm certain Kay, with her middle class suburban mind-set, hairstyle and JCPenny clothing, would never have attempted to stir the pot of her marriage to taciturn, stoic Arnold. But it's the fact that they no longer share a bed, haven't for years; her one attempt at seduction failing miserably, that mobilizes Kay to find a way to not only restore sex, but intimacy into her dying union.

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