Thursday, February 22, 2007

The Dream Girls: Will you go see it? And Will you watch the Oscars?

 


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The Dream Girls: would you go and see it?

I saw the Dream Girls last night..it was awesome! The acting is unbelieveable! The script is great! It is true to its'era as far as important events, attitudes, and life styles.

It has a couple of adult issues . The costumes are to die for!

What do you think? Will you watch it on DVD ?

extra:

Will you watch the Academy Awards? Whoare you routing for?

I liked the Teen Idol candidate from alst year adn she's up and the woman who played Queen Elisabeth is up.

There is an interesting Spanihs dubbed movie about a village from teh Man of La Mancha is Spain that I would liek to see. Let us know! And please include your link!

 

7 comments:

sugarsweet056 said...

I would love to see it. Can't wait for it to come out on DVD!!!
Hugs, Sug

sugar1337 said...

I will probably catch it when it comes out on hbo or something for it isn't my kind of movie, but I will probably see it to see if it is any good.  I love movies, but I don't really like awards shows so I don't watch the Oscars.
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lifesabench6 said...

I doubt I'll see the movie any time soon.  The only one I want to go see right now,  is Amazing Grace about William Wilberforce (Who stopped practice of slavery in England)- and I haven't watched the oscars or any other award show for years.  Hollywood I think praises themselves way too much already- but again, just my own personal opinion lol!  Love Carolyn :)

sunnyside46 said...

I hope it is on Pay Per View soon. I really want to see it. Also Because I SaID sO .  I think Diane Keaton is adorable.
Marti
http://journals.aol.com/sunnyside46/MidlifeMusings

bhbner2him said...

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iiimagicxx said...

NO I did not watch...but I dream to be in LA now, that would be one of my dreams :D
Valerie
http://journals.aol.co.uk/iiimagicxx/surreality/

springangel235 said...

No to both...sorry...not into either.  Hugs and love,
Joyce