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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old Aug 29th, 2005, 09:05 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone seen Red Eye?

I just saw it on Friday and it was really really good I was so surprised, I really really liked it
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I was surprised also. Ive seen a few negative comments about it, but i thought it was a pretty good film. I would give it a 7 out of 10.
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I was surprised also. Ive seen a few negative comments about it, but i thought it was a pretty good film. I would give it a 7 out of 10.
7 out of 10? Jeez, I'd probably give it 9 out of 10. I think that must have been the best thriller so far that I've seen this year. It really was good I liked how they linked the passengers and stuff like that
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Are there any good sex scenes?

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There arent any sex scenes in it. 7 out of 10 is like the above average range. I wouldnt go as far as 9, thats like the classic movie. Still a pretty good movie.
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Any surprising topless scenes?

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Any surprising topless scenes?
well there was this once scene when she stripped down to her bra exposing a scar above her breast that she recieved from a rape attack
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very good movie. Many of u may not know.. but this film was directed by Wes Craven, best known as a horror movie director. He was the director of Scream and the orginal Nightmare on Elm Street.

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Was there any role in it for me?

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Was there any role in it for me?
you could have played the girl's mother who was never shown but seemed to be estranged from both her and the father
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the movie was ok for me. I liked the part when they were in the air better than the "escape" part
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you could have played the girl's mother who was never shown but seemed to be estranged from both her and the father
Maybe she could have done a flashback or something where I throw a couple of tunes in. Or I could have done a cameo and played myself as like an aging diva traveling in first class or something.

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the movie was ok for me. I liked the part when they were in the air better than the "escape" part
Hmm...me too, but I did like how the little girl was really the only one who knew he was a bad guy. It's so true to when everyone was little, no one listened to you and everything you said was wrong
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Maybe she could have done a flashback or something where I throw a couple of tunes in. Or I could have done a cameo and played myself as like an aging diva traveling in first class or something.
Hel, you're not going to believe this but I was offered a small role on the movie. My agent told me Craven was directing it, so I figured I was going to be the token blonde who gets killed off early in a slasher flick. I turned it down without reading the script.

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she should have twirled the pen around while she had it stuck in his throat
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