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You haven't watched Argo yet?
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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt3)

I think you want to go watch the movie that is very likely going to win the Oscar for best picture soon.

Plus, it's really good!!
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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt3)

Out of all the movies nominated for best picture, I only haven't watched Beasts of the Southern Wild
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Two years ago, back when there were only 5 best picture nominees, I went to this movie theater that was showing them all day back to back. You paid $30 and got to see all the movies and got free soda refills and a popcorn for free and then in between the movies there were trivia games and stuff It was fun, that was the year it was Milk, The Reader, Benjamin Button, Slumdog Millionaire and Frost/Nixon (That's the order they showed them in too )

Well now that same theater still shows them but it's a two day thing and I rarely have weekends off.

WELL NOW I found another chain of theaters that is showing them on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays

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Block No. 1 includes “Beasts of the Southern Wild” at 12 p.m., “Life of Pi” at 1:50 p.m., “Les Miserables” at 4:20 p.m., “Amour” at 7:20 p.m. and “Lincoln” at 9:50 p.m. You pick one of the following dates you’d like to attend: Friday, Feb. 15, Sunday, Feb. 17, Tuesday, Feb. 19 or Thursday, Feb. 21.
Block No. 2 includes “Django Unchained” at 12:15 p.m., “Silver Linings Playbook” at 3:20 p.m., “Zero Dark Thirty” at 5:45 p.m. and “Argo” at 8:45 p.m. Dates for this block are Saturday, Feb. 16, Monday, Feb. 18 and Wednesday, Feb. 20.
I've seen a few of the movies, but this is promising I wouldn't mind seeing the ones I saw again

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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt3)

Sounds like a great plan! which ones have you watched?

OMG that year was, for me, one of the best cinema years we have had in a while. Milk + Revolutionary Road + The Reader.. you see, no film that I have watched this year (2012) has moved me like any of those 3 did.
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Sounds like a great plan! which ones have you watched?

OMG that year was, for me, one of the best cinema years we have had in a while. Milk + Revolutionary Road + The Reader.. you see, no film that I have watched this year (2012) has moved me like any of those 3 did.
I agree! It was a really good year.

I have seen only Les Mis, Lincoln and Silver Linings So the first day if I get tired I can leave during Licoln

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My favorites out of the nominated by order: Zero dark Thirty, Les Mis, Django and Argo.

I think you should do it, if you find time.

Now I must go sleep, 2am already. talk tomorrow!
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http://blog.moviefone.com/2008/12/19...ovies-of-2008/

indeed this list shows what an awesome year 2008 was... Gran Torino, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Doubt, Dark Knight...
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My favorites out of the nominated by order: Zero dark Thirty, Les Mis, Django and Argo.

I think you should do it, if you find time.

Now I must go sleep, 2am already. talk tomorrow!
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Omg that was really 2008?! I was like "two years ago"

Time flies and I'm getting old

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I like that seafoam color, but probably more a blue color is better for Raquel. Pink also, but really that gown would be horrible in pink. Cloying.

when I see pinkish orange, I think peach. Peach is is good color for lots of people. I think Raquel is rather pale for real orange. My goddaughter is stunning in orange and red orange, but she has very olive skin.



However, in my search, I learned that peach is the color of infidelity.
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I like that seafoam color, but probably more a blue color is better for Raquel. Pink also, but really that gown would be horrible in pink. Cloying.

when I see pinkish orange, I think peach. Peach is is good color for lots of people. I think Raquel is rather pale for real orange. My goddaughter is stunning in orange and red orange, but she has very olive skin.



However, in my search, I learned that peach is the color of infidelity.
I like peach

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I like this shape for Raquel because she has a tiny waist and the skirt isn't too full

It would need something around the waist because that seam isn't the most beautiful.

Think of those actresses! They are all teensy tiny people and they wear long dreses.
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I like this dress - fun and flirty.

http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/l...xx.esn_results

This one too.

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Here is a pic my mom took of Bandit in the snow


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