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May 28, 2011

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Dingmanschoice

just read your review of hangoverII. one thing to pick a point with you about. you are truly a man. mel gibson cannot (and will never be in my instance) forgiven for his "vitriol". you cannot give a movie a bad review because of mel's poor judgement, especially when he wasn't in it. quite frankly, i haven't watched a mel gibson movie since his "vitriol" and any woman who's ever been a victim of abuse shouldn't. by the way, his still wife is only quiet because she wants money for her kids. jody foster's college degree isn't worth the paper it's written on and those men in that bad movie should be blessed for their good judgement. raspberries to you!

Owain Wilson

Should those same men be blessed for their good judgment when they happily agreed to act opposite a convicted rapist in the first Hangover movie?

I.B.

So, Dingmanschoice, where do you stand on the Barry Lyndon AR issue?

A different Brian

Okay, I can't wait any longer for someone else to ask. Is there a misspelling in the title (the "un") or is there something dead obvious I'm missing?

trooper york

Hey where did you get the photo of Althouse's comment section?

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