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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcupu
    beasts of southern wild wow that one very deep movie and strong soundtrack
    And living south of New Orleans is really like that (some areas in Louisiana proper too). Really good movie.

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    Continuing my Michael Palin travel festival, tonight I watched the first two programs of Himalaya. I thought I'd borrowed the whole series from the library...but disc #3 seems to be missing. Ah well, I'm sure someone has uploaded it to YouTube.

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    "How to train your dragon", about a Viking village where the inhabitants have a strong Scottish accent (except Hiccup).
    I like the music, and the dragon named Toothless is cute. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by J. A. View Post
    "How to train your dragon", about a Viking village where the inhabitants have a strong Scottish accent (except Hiccup).
    I like the music, and the dragon named Toothless is cute. ;-)

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    that was a good one.. the first was even better though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unleashed View Post

    that was a good one.. the first was even better though
    It's the first one. The second will come out next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. A. View Post
    It's the first one. The second will come out next year.
    and at the end where the village is full of dragons and he has a metal leg.. classic movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unleashed View Post

    and at the end where the village is full of dragons and he has a metal leg.. classic movie
    Yes. :-)
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    Totally agree. Loved that movie. The graphics were amazing.

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