A Classic New Movie

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Have just watched Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman starring in The Bucket List about two guys from different backgrounds preparing to face death from cancer in their own humorous ways. What a wonderful script and excellent acting. Brought a lump to my throat and tears to my eyes...
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Have just watched Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman starring in The Bucket List about two guys from different backgrounds preparing to face death from cancer in their own humorous ways. What a wonderful script and excellent acting. Brought a lump to my throat and tears to my eyes...
Jack's a legend...
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Jack's a legend...
they both are. sounds like a good film.
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It's been absolutelty panned in every review I've read.
 
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It's been absolutelty panned in every review I've read.
That's a sure fire guarantee for success.
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Just done some research and found the the movie was rated in the Top Ten Films of the Year by the NYC National Board of Review. It seems the subject matter (ie.approaching death) may have been frowned upon by some. Incidentally, Morgan Freeman's wife in the movie is played by Beverley Todd. All I can say is...if my wife looks like her when she is sixty-one years old, I will be a happy bunny indeed. She is lovely.
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Just done some research and found the the movie was rated in the Top Ten Films of the Year by the NYC National Board of Review. It seems the subject matter (ie.approaching death) may have been frowned upon by some. Incidentally, Morgan Freeman's wife in the movie is played by Beverley Todd. All I can say is...if my wife looks like her when she is sixty-one years old, I will be a happy bunny indeed. She is lovely.
Does she look 61 now???
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