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I watched cloud atlas.It was a really good movie.It has some swearing and really little nudity but It was still really good.I also watched the fountain.That was a terrific movie.

Amazing movie bro, it left me in shock. I heard the book was better, but I loved the movie. Karma, reincarnation and endless power of Vaheguru.

It's definitely for a mature audience though.

I saw - Hachi: A Dog's Tale last night...it was very good movie.


Good movie, but I hate watching movies like that. Leaves me feeling horrible lol


I saw Lone Survivor last week. About a team of navy seals who get trapped in Afghanistan. Very moving movie based on a true story.

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