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Heard good reviews, thought I'd give Tom Cruise a go tonight. Did I just say that outloud? You know what I mean.
Anyone seen it? Bad, good?
It was terrible. The only good thing was Tom Cruise but he should keep his hair brown!!!
Indeed. I don't even think I made it too the end. I didn't even review it here!
Oh. Right. I definitely should have asked you BEFORE I went a rented it out. :D
Yeah. The ending really ****ed me off. Cruise shoots himself, and the taxi driver.
**** stirrer. You never saw the end. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif
Originally posted by Angela Russell:
Chall! ... http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/privateeye.gif ...
Challis \Chal"lis\, n. [F. chaly, challis, a stuff made of goat's hair.] A soft and delicate woolen, or woolen and silk, fabric, for ladies' dresses. [Written also chally.]
Why are you emphasizing, Angela? :confused:
Are you wearing it yourself, and telling us we should wear it too?
Originally posted by andromeda_eats:
**** stirrer. You never saw the end. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif You're too smart for me.
Oh, and dont forget too beautiful.
I watched it 2 nights ago, I dont think it was that bad, sat and watched worse things for two hours. I must say that Jamie Foxx was the best thing about the film, Tom Cruise was not at his best in my opinion.
It was alright. Forget about Cruise and Foxx, I liked how Micheal Mann directed the film. He always offers up a bunch of visual goodies, and good music to go along with the visual goodies.
Chall is my special way of spelling ciao. ;)
Aha, thanks for clearing that up, Bob.
ARE YOU PEOPLE CRAZY!!! :eek:
That movie was INCREDIBLE!! It had such an amazing, and in-depth plot to it. You really had to look at the story in a abstract way, and realize the depth and emotions of the characters.
I thought Vincent was an amazing character, and Max was even better. The ending WAS good, and so was Tom Cruise's look.
Wow, this is like my 3rd favorite movie. :confused:
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