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Hmm... I wonder if hottie Bobby is starting to be typecast as the gay man.

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Bad movie adaptations always leave room for additional movies. That's good, right?

Maybe some other screenwriter will do justice to Maupin's story. In any event, although I expected more, I thought the movie was pretty good (especially if you forget about the book).


I was disappointed with the movie, as well. The relationship between Gabriel and Jess has no real impact on the story. And the resolution of thge events with Peter, Donna and Gabriel winds up being a sentence from another minor character.


I was so disappointed in the movie. The amazing book took its time to carefully develop the relationship between Gabriel and the boy while the movie rushed right into wanting to be a "thriller". I'm really shocked they showed the boy in the movie at all! Why?


Hey Marcus, welcome back. My review for The Break-Up is here:


I like this «place» for one reason among others: I can change my opinions and ideas (prejudices?). Since the «Dead Poets Club» I haven't seen Robin Williams again. I don't enjoy that easy way of him of becoming a jerk. But now? Well, I think I'm going to listen to the night... Thank you!


Hey guys, I'm Back!

Well, I don't like Robin Williams very much. Sometimes I think he plays for kids. I don't know.
But I'll see this one. I hope he surprizes me.

Last Night I saw "The Break-Up" with Vince Vaughn (the ugliest hands in America and the more disgusting actor in Hollywood) and Jennifer Aniston (ok, she's pretty, but she has no sex appeal. Mr Pitt made a good choice with Angelina)

The movie is soooooooooo boring!
Man! I almost slept on the Theater! There's some gay content (some homophobic).

Wow, i'm so acid today! LOL


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