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Sunday, March 04, 2007

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I've watched enough horror films to last a lifetime yet I still like to watch movies like it.

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I love horror movies and would look forward on watching this. I love the adrenaline rush everytime there are hilarious scenes. Thanks for sharing this movie review!

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Great post! I have watched the movie and I definitely love the tachycardia it brings! Awesome and a must see movie for horror movie fanatics. Thumbs up!

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I really love Horror Movies! I love the thrill it brings.

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I love watching horror films especially with family and friends. Its sort of a bonding moment for us.

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I have watched horror movies to last me a life time and I still can't get enough of it up to now.

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I've not seen the movie, but maybe it should be be REQUIRED within college curricula?

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Anyone who has ever been late on a payment understands the costs and risks associated with owning a credit card, but "Maxed Out" sheds some much needed light on exactly how insidious some of the practices employed by the card companies can be, particularly their efforts to attract college students who are not in positions to understand the long-term effects of irresponsible spending and debt. With more Americans in greater debt than ever before, I think this movie should be required viewing for anyone even thinking about signing up for a credit card.

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