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This was also a link to this one in my Avengers review.
To see what this has to do with The Avengers, and specifically Tony Stark and Bruce Banner, you'll have to read the review.
Lance Mannion on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 in Now Playing at Cine 1001-2000 | Permalink
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How do I get MORE Hugh Jackman!!!
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