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hah! i was gonna say, i thought i saw you leaving the theatre...

i liked it, too, but i dont really know what to say about it... weird, slow, eerie, those words come to mind... a couple things made the movie seem extra long, but without those things i dont think it'd be what it is... im gonna have to see it again to piece some things together. definitely, a well put together production, though - i'll second that recommendation.

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hey scott, sorry i couldn't stop and chat. the movie was longer than we were expecting and we had to be somewhere at 9:30, so had to run. damn mud puddle!

and edger, it wasn't super gory violent at all. there was some blood, but it wasn't overblown or 'all the time,' and it was neccessary for character development and plot more than just depiction of blood for blood's sake.

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there was some blood, but it wasn't overblown or 'all the time,' and it was neccessary for character development and plot more than just depiction of blood for blood's sake.

That's all I care about. I just hate it when the bloodbath takes over the plot. My imagination is active enough...unfortunately.

Todd and I were both thinking that we'd like to check out this flick!

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