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  1. #1
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    I don't know about the rest of you but every time I watch a new movie it has a horrible scene where someone is throwing up.





    Anyone interested in starting an emet movie review thread or something like it? If it hasn't already been done.





    Jenna

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    There's an option on the side of the screen...under references it says "Film List" there you basically type in the name of a movie and if it's already been viewed (Sometimes new movies haven't been screened) there will be a small description on the bottom of the screen.


    ~Monica
    David Duchovny I want you to love me
    To kiss and to hug me, debrief and debug me
    David Duchovny I know you could love me
    I\'m sweet and I\'m cuddly-I\'m gonna kill Scully!

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    Oh thank you so very much. I knew someone must have thought of that already.





    Thanks again





    Jenna

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    I tried to submit a review to the list, but I keep getting an error. So I'll
    post it here. Feel free to delete this if you can transfer it over, though. I
    just want to warn you folks about this one.

    Movie: 40 Year Old Virgin

    Review: *WARNING: Graphic Description* I actually closed my eyes for 'the
    moment', so I don't know /exactly/ how graphic it is. From the reactions
    of the others in the room, it was pretty gross, though. The main character
    goes on a 'date' with a drunk girl who, at the end of the scene, throws up
    in his mouth instead of kissing him. It's also referred to in the following
    scene. That's the only scene, though, so just leave the room for it.

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    really? amazing. I saw that movie and don't even remember that part!


    There's some website that has movie warnings on it of all kinds - including blood, and vomiting scenes. screenit.com I think.
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    Well, now that I think of it, it /was/ the uncut edition, I think. This is the
    only version that I've seen, however. :S So that might explain things.

    Hm. I'll have to check on that screenit.com site, though. Thanks.

 

 

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