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Wednesday
Sep082004

An excuse for popcorn

Awhile ago I saw the movie Garden State and loved it. And now that I have this venue for speaking to the world (yes I believe the whole world reads my journal), I want to encourage others to see it. Zach Braff, you know, the guy from Scrubs, wrote, directed and starred in the movie, and I'm so impressed with his film debut. I might even go see it again, which would be a direct violation of my strict policy not to see movies in the theatre more than once. But I could go for some theatre popcorn anyway, so I'll let you know if I cave. Anyway, go see it.

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Shannon go see it again!!! I loved it too. Awesomely great. I might even go see it with my mom. Yeah. That good.

September 8, 2004 | Unregistered Commentersippycup

first of all, i'm SO HAPPY that you have joined us on livejournal. sorry i didn't get back to you sooner. and there will be more pics to come, i promise. i must say that i loved that movie also. it's a great soundtrack too. have you seen "the notebook" yet? you'd like that one.

September 8, 2004 | Unregistered Commenterthe_1_n_only

I haven't seen the Notebook, but I read the book, which I liked. However, based on previews, I don't think I'd enjoy the movie as much as I did the book, so I've intentionally not seen it. But you're right, it's a story I enjoy! PS...more pics!

September 9, 2004 | Unregistered Commenterdoahleigh

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