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August 22, 2006


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You go girl! Man...I'm so with you. It's a cult classic.

Exactly right Deb, it became an event and an experience. Sure there were plenty of detractors come Monday morning, but they consisted of either bloggers that never wanted to see the film anyway, or members of MSM that were crowing about the film on Friday morning.

I have YET to read the FIRST review from anyone that said 'Wow I was really hyped about this movie before I saw it, but I gotta say I just didn't like it'.

Not one. That speaks volumes. This movie hit a home-run with the audience it was aimed at. How that can be the sign of a 'bad' product is totally beyond me. And Seth, just because New Line couldn't convince you to watch a movie that you were never interested in is NOT a sign of a bad product, or bad marketing. You should know better.

I am so with you on this one, is it even a movie anymore ? does it matter ?

isn't it the proces that is it important here ? - I think so..

I mean bull**** to hollywood - this is about openess and participation

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