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Rock of Ages


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I saw this one today and thought it was great.

Anyone else give this movie a try? if so what did you think?

Taldor

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The trailer alone mad me want leave the theater last week. Dont think I can handle it.


Tom Cruise is one of the two actors who automatically makes me think."I must give this a miss"

Leonardo de Crapio is the other


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I useally think the same way about Tom Cruise but I really liked this movie.

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