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  • Samuel Curtis
    Well, everything is just personal opinions... And the taste of movie is of course very personal... and one basic reason of this is I personally dislike sad
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 3, 2000
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      Well, everything is just personal opinions...
      And the taste of movie is of course very personal... and one basic reason of
      this is I personally dislike sad things, excluding sad songs, in which I'd
      enjoy. Remember I've said that I hate the Japanese TV drama "Beautiful
      Life"?
      Somewhat, i avoid from said things to prevent traumas...


      "aChar!" wrote:

      > > Personal Opinion: "Autumn in New York" is a boring one. Trust me,
      > as I have
      > > watched it.
      >
      > ACK!! No... it's not! I watched it last week and I think it's far
      > more meaningful and understated compared to "Charlie's Angels".
      > Moreover, I won my bet and my friend thinks that it is a good movie,
      > too. Maybe you should go and watch it again with a girl next to you
      > (something like that to make a more realistic feeling).
      >
      > *going against those who dislike romance* Well, "Autumn In New York"
      > is pretty much rewarding anyway, and I got a free dinner after
      > watching it ^__^ courtesy of my friend of making me wait for him for
      > almost 3 hours...
      >
      > Marsha

      --
      Samuel Curtis
      (Who have read 8 volumes of BlackJack... the source of my Moral-socialism,
      apart from Extreme Ghostbusters.)

      Caritas Optimus Veritas
      Love Ideal Truth
    • aChar!
      ... as I have ... ACK!! No... it s not! I watched it last week and I think it s far more meaningful and understated compared to Charlie s Angels . Moreover, I
      Message 2 of 3 , Dec 4, 2000
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        > Personal Opinion: "Autumn in New York" is a boring one. Trust me,
        as I have
        > watched it.

        ACK!! No... it's not! I watched it last week and I think it's far
        more meaningful and understated compared to "Charlie's Angels".
        Moreover, I won my bet and my friend thinks that it is a good movie,
        too. Maybe you should go and watch it again with a girl next to you
        (something like that to make a more realistic feeling).

        *going against those who dislike romance* Well, "Autumn In New York"
        is pretty much rewarding anyway, and I got a free dinner after
        watching it ^__^ courtesy of my friend of making me wait for him for
        almost 3 hours...

        Marsha
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