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El Jefe

Very funny, Mannion. Some of us dropped their oldest off in line at the lunch break Thursday and joined them after dinner :)

To get partisan licks in first, it was great, with moments here and there of being actually magnificent. And we'd all have been better off if she'd written the epilogue on the page the way it's played here. Team Longbottom !!!1!one!!

Sherri

I was surprised at how well I liked the epilogue in the movie, given how much I hated it in the book. Going to see it at a midnight showing was well worth it - a whole theater full of people who were really into the movie! Our local theater sold out 8 screens at midnight (5 2d, 3 3d) plus some more showings at 12:30 am.

Ken Houghton

Was in the Princeton area this weekend: the only movie theatre I saw featured Tree of Life, Page One, Midnight in Paris, The Trip, and Buck.

Oh, and Larry Crowne, which almost seemed out of place unless it really is Hanks's adaptation of How Starbucks Saved My Life.

So we stayed in and watched Morning Glory, because that's what had come in from Netflix. At least the company was good.

actor212

You could always have seen The Undefeated. I heard you could have your pick of seats.

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