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There will shortly be a website where you can read more indepth about the Prime Picks of the movie world as well as little blurbs not to mention picks of the week and month and of course when the times come year and who even knows maybe century.<P>
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Basically what I would like to do is use Flixster, my own website and perhaps maybe even a myspace account to create a Ebert and Roeper type thing where you can find out my picks on movies. I honestly watch most all movies. <BR>
I don't want to go calling people liars but theres some people that have close to 20 000 movies rated, thats 2,100,000 minutes, which is 35,000 hours, which is close to 1,460 days and thats if your watching the movies non stop. Even at a movie a day thats 54 years. I think i did that all right lol. Thats a lot of movies. <BR>
So hopefully you can all help me out in this little adventure.<P>
-The Prime Picks Guy
Visit our myspace page <a href="http://www.myspace.com/primepicks">Right Here</a>
Must have been just me but I thought the acting was so bad in this second one. Same actors so I don't get it but the script and acting were just bad. Plus there was a song about every 5 minutes which I know it's a musical but come on, they may as well have just sung all their parts.