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  • I don’t know about you, but I’m really looking forward to watching the Apocalypto movie.

    I liked “The Passion of the Christ” too. One thing those films have in common is the wonderful use of real language which was actually spoken at the times, not some pseudo-English.

  • My reply seems to have gotten lost, so here it is, again.

    I’m looking forward to seeing this movie! I also enjoyed The Passion of the Christ quite much. It was a powerful movie with a very strong story, which is no surprise, considering that the written version of the story has had a major impact to a lot of people.

    Common with both movies is the use of actual languages instead of English or some pseudo-English, and I think this feature alone adds to the depth of the story tremendously. This trend is something I’d wish to see continue.

    And yes, the trailer re-work reminded also me about Borat (which I’ve unfortunately yet to see).

  • That was HILARIOUS. Did you guys really like Borat? He seems like a total asshole. I’m glad he got a beat-down in New York City. Where were the cameras when that happened?

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