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Argo? It was pretty good (as usual John Goodman was brilliant, but also underrated); but that last scene with the cars chasing the plane was so ridiculous it kind of ruined the experience for me. Of all those movies, I keep thinking about Les Miserables the most -- and so I think that shoulda gotten best picture. Now ... I've got to go see "The Impossible" b/c I love Naomi Watts.

Rita

Hi Tom,

Yes, I read that the ending of the real event didn't end like the movie "Argo." At least it didn't end with a bunch of people getting shot.

I didn't like "Les Miserables" that much. Maybe because I was on a movie watching marathon, and I thought it didn't move fast enough.

Thanks for your comment.

Rita

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