posted by Beth @ 6:45 PM
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That's me running to catch the bus to Georgia Beth!! Maybe someday, haha.I'm glad you enjoyed it. I was a bit fearful from parts of the trailer that it might be trying too hard but Toni Collette and the gang? Quality stuff.
I have tried to see it twice and it has been sold out both times! Must see it soon!
i saw it two weeks ago and my boyfriend and i still laugh whenever we think of the 'talent scene'.alan arkin was great.
Ahhhh . . . I have fond memories of the theater. Sadly, I haven't been in quite a while. I did watch The World's Fastest Indian on the ol' dvd player last night. It was actually quite good. Check it out if you haven't seen it.
This is one of the few movies out that I'm anxious to see. Glad to hear people liked it!
I still laugh whenever I think of that horn blaring.
DALE: Georgia is almost worth the bus ride. Have you seen the movie? If not, go, my son.DAYLE: Fandango, my child.BRAT: I had an inkling what her "talent" would be ... but I still laughed. Harder than I've laughed in a long time. And Alan Arkin is always great. He's a Second City cofounder, you know.JEREMY: See, that's why I chose not to have children; I couldn't gigve up my theater-going experiences. Oh, that, and the no-husband thing.CHRIS: I've gotten a glimpse of your humor; you'll enjoy it.THIRDWORSTPOET: I do, too.
I've liked Greg Kinnear since he hosted "Talk Soup." I'm gladhe's getting good scripts.--- david
DAVID: I've been a Greg Kinnear fan since then, too; he nailed "snarky" on that version of the show. I saw The Matador with Greg Kinnear and Pierce Brosnan a couple of weeks ago; enjoyed it.
Just saw the film Beth (I actually went to a theatre -- gasp!) = you were right, laughed a lot and just great fun. Everyone was excellent in it.
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