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The film "The Woman In Black" was scary!

I liked the film,because it played on my worst fear. Which is haunted mean spirits. It was a good ghost story. Did anyone enjoy the film??

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It was one of the worst movies I've ever seen.
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Haven't seen the film, but the stage play is terrific. I'm worried the film will be disappointing.
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Watched it a few weeks ago, definetly had it's scary moments

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I thought Harry Potter was going to get killed.
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I thought Harry Potter was going to get killed.


Loved the movie!
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Re: The film "The Woman In Black" was scary!

I havent watched one Harry Potter film. So for me I never saw him as Harry.:-)

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Watching Daniel Radcliffe acting was the only scary thing.

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I thought Harry Potter was going to get killed.
Did he get his magic wand out?
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It was one of the worst movies I've ever seen.
Have you watched 4 movies in your life? I saw it and I didn't really like it but come on

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