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I don't understand how anyone could call this piece of tripe "the movie of the year."
I usually avoid Julia Roberts movies like the plague, but my wife dragged me along to this one. I was hopeful that John Cusack's presence would make for something of a good experience, but there's only so much that one poor man can do. I hope he redeems himself soon! I'm VERY disappointed in Billy Crystal.
Lisa Schwarzbaum at Entertainment Weekly has become my hero! She has the guts to tell the truth about the piffle Hollywood insists on putting out, hoping that media hype will cover for a lousy product. She made the right call on "Pay It Forward" and she makes the right call here, though I would have graded it a D- (instead of the C- she gave)
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