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How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Remy's Movie Review
</i>Password: Swordfish</i>
Fun fun muchly so. Who would have thought twenty pounds of C-4 could bring so much joy to so many? This particular film is interestingly plotted, with a good many twists and turns explicitly devised to keep you off balance, and it does it's job. Had a few X-Men flashbacks thank's to Halle Berry's typically dull acting. Her breasts were ugly too. That, and I swear to god, the main character was the same that played Wolverine. Little family reunion. Ever since Broken Arrow, the movie going world has come to appreciate the fact that John Travolta makes a good megalomaniac/generically crazy villian figure. Though was he a villian or not is a debatable point.

Anywho, I rate movies on the following scale- how much I'd be willing to pay to see them. While Tomb Raider ranked it at "Matinee prices (preferabbly with a coupon", Swordfish brings it home with a full evening ticket and a large tub of popcorn.

Good, good stuff.
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