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My Sister's Keeper


#1

Anyone going out to see it?



I wanted to see it, but I think this film is intended for the teenage audience of the opposite sex, which is females. So I dunno if I should see it. It would be pretty humiliating for a 21 year old to walk into a room filled with teenage girls…or would it? Hmmmmm. :stuck_out_tongue:



Abigail Breslin is going to be one of those great actresses though. I mean Jodie Foster wasn’t even that good when she barely started. I’ll probably catch it on DVD or Blu Ray.


#2

I heard this was a pretty gut-wrenching tear-jerker. I don’t like to cry, or feel sad, so I’m not going to see it.


#3

Commercials make it look like one of those sappy uplifting pieces. I mean yeah, the cancer girl dies, but the lives she touches are all the better for having known her type crap.


#4

That’s exactly what Nick Cassavetes makes: manipulating tear-jerking sappy pieces of junk. His father was lightyears ahead of him.


#5

It’s based on the novel. Which was really popular.


#6

Two Girls One Cup was really popular. Perhaps that should be adapted?


#7

the whole topic this film addresses is creepy. Having kids for the sole purpose of donating organs… wtf? I don’t blame the kid for trying to get emancipated.


#8

I snuck in this room while waiting for the Harry Potter movie to begin, and I kid you not there was like one old guy sitting around the entire theatre. The rest of the audience where old moms with their young daughters!



I KNEW IT! :stuck_out_tongue:



Anyway, go see Potter. You’ll become a real PotHead!



Haha, get it? PotterHead. Ha!


#9

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Anyway, go see Potter. You’ll become a real PotHead!



Haha, get it? PotterHead. Ha!
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That was so lame ;D