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Two gems and a dud: 'Superman Returns,' 'Nacho Libre,' and 'Click'

Am_I_Job

07/15/2006 12:25:29 PM

I agree with Davidl wholeheartedly! Not only is it extremely unlikely that anyone one who would ever look at Beliefnet would be subject to estate tax, it is as unlikely that any Beliefnet reader has ever SEEN to anyone subject to that tax! Folks in that bracket only talk to each other; we the people are merely cannon fodder for their wars of conquest.

BillThinks4Himself

07/14/2006 10:48:16 PM

I liked Click. I thought it was better than most Sandler films, and that it's message - that we tend to hit the mute or go on autopilot through our lives - was right on the money. I thought it was a far more relevant commentary than Superman Returns or Nacho Libre.

Dovidl

07/14/2006 12:42:06 PM

"the most unbelievable part of the film, according to the adults I saw it with, was that Lex could have managed to keep both the mansion and the yacht after paying estate taxes. Not likely!" What has this got to do with movies? Can't we discuss ANYTHING without Republican talking points???

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