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We saw a midnight showing last night.....very good...a lot of insight to logan (wolverine) missing memory....the science behind the tale is very fascinating tho. I highly suggest this movie it has got a little bit for everyone....drama, romance, action, comedy, cool effects.

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Man I wish we could go, but we are so strapped on cash its not even funny. Not to mention H has to be at work tomorrow @ 6 am. We both want to go though!!

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No I haven't seen it, but I saw Oprah today ... with Hunky Hugh Jackman on the show. sigh


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I do have to say he makes an awesome wolverine.....if you have ever seen the comics....I think he might be as close as hollywood can get. Without make up or prostetics and such.

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My DS21 saw it last night. He hated it. He is a big X-Men fan and said this was just ridiculous.
(I guess he didn't go just to watch Hugh, as I would have done . . . )
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Some of the Diehard fans will always be hard to please.

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It better have something for everyone, because it's part of my Plan A, and I'm about as excited by it as I am about shaving my eyebrows


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excited about Hugh or the movie itself?

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Neither. Seriously. Neither. I hate those movies, but H likes them so off to pretend I'm having a good night. Whoop-d-doo... and if I'm real lucky he'll send me some signal I'll think of as a s3xy kinda signal and then when I respond he'll treat me like I have 3 eyes and he'll turn over and snore. ***sigh*** Yeah, not in a hopeful mood at the moment. I'm having a crappy moment, at the moment.


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I'm going by myself, absolutely no problem with money.

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Skald and I went to see this last weekend and we both loved it. One of my friends, my brother, and another friend weren't too crazy about it though. They're all die-hard comic book fans though and it didn't follow the story line. Oh well, I was highly entertained! Hugh IS Wolverine. Wow.

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I liked it. But the other 3 were way better. Seeing Hugh Jackman's naked butt was worth it. whistle


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We gain strength, and courage, and confidence by each experience in which we really stop to look fear in the face... we must do that which we think we cannot.
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Seeing it tomorrow. My anniversary present to my husband because I'd actually rather go and chew glass! I will, however, look forward to seeing Hugh's butt. I expect that to be the highlight for me. This week I saw Nicolas Cage in Knowing (he is a terrible actor IMO but the film was ok) and 17 Again with Zac which I loved and you don't need to be 17 to enjoy it! Zac would be my pin-up boy if I wasn't 45.

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Take it back. Went with no expectations to enjoy myself and was pleasantly surprised. I think I just love going to the movies!


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