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There's are less few movies make today, that touch me anymore like life touch me. I have a very tough expectation for stories and all the money that they make and all they are is special effects and big stars that just work on them for the money. When i get this movie at the video store, i get it because it was based on a true happening and I wanted to see what Americans do at their reunion partys. It start out with the past pictures and what they do and then the movie begins. I enjoyed it because it make me think of my friends growing up. I think it important to remember who make who you are today, and that is the main storyline. Never forget you friends. Love them. Love you families. Never forget anytime in you life, if you want to be a good person with a good heart. Ciao.
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