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I liked it, good touching movie, at first you can't quite figure out what the hell is going on, which is nice, but eventually if you're a frequent movie watcher you might be able to figure out the ending midway through the movie, but nonetheless it's still a very entertaining movie, and it will keep your interest throughout. I recommend it.
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I got the DVD not knowing what it was, but saw Will Smith and thought it would at least be decent. I kinda started putting it together when he wheeled the old lady down the hall and demanded her to be bathed. Very good movie, though.

In the last few years, both Will Smith and Mark Walberg have stepped it up with thier roles.

Just a shame about that Vette.
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I got the DVD not knowing what it was, but saw Will Smith and thought it would at least be decent. I kinda started putting it together when he wheeled the old lady down the hall and demanded her to be bathed. Very good movie, though.

In the last few years, both Will Smith and Mark Walberg have stepped it up with thier roles.

Just a shame about that Vette.
yeah the woman was upset when I was screaming in anger that a 67 427 was ruined in the making of the movie. Seeing as I have a C2 in the garage, this was a soft spot for me.
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In the last few years, both Will Smith and Mark Walberg have stepped it up with thier roles.
Marky-Mark is the man, but Will Smith is growing old for me. Don't get me wrong, he's a hell of an actor, but he's played the same exact character in 3 or 4 movies in a row now. It was good once, maybe even twice, but now I'm just flat out bored with it.

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