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Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford have resolved their differences after falling out about movie flop The Devil's Own. The actors teamed up for the movie in which Pitt played an IRA terrorist living with a New York cop, played by Ford. Ford still claims the film is among his favorites, but has come to understand why his co-star was so upset with the finished product that he criticized it in a Newsweek magazine article. The Indiana Jones star says, "He had a different movie in mind. I have enormous respect for him as an actor and as a man - he's a dear, gentle soul and I really like him. It was rougher on him than it was on me, because I was fighting for what I wanted to do and he was just trying to hold on to what he had, this object that was slipping out of his hands. I think the lesson he learned is, you can never let the motherf***ers in the media know what you're really thinking. They'll kill you for it. And they did."


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