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posted on 27-11-2007 at 16:24 Reply With Quote
the darjeeling ltd

has anyone seen it yet?





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posted on 29-11-2007 at 20:08 Reply With Quote
I saw it the other day, it was pretty good. It's a little less idiosyncratic than The Life Aquatic, but I'd say it's possibly a better film. Not a patch on Rushmore and Tenenbaums though.





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posted on 3-12-2007 at 23:25 Reply With Quote
Saw it last night with Eleanor. Both really enjoyed it.






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posted on 8-1-2008 at 20:42 Reply With Quote
cool, i absolutely loved it too, wasn't too sure about hotel chevalier though. it was so touching, although is it wrong to really want the louis vuitton luggage?





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posted on 9-1-2008 at 22:01 Reply With Quote
i pretty much came out th cinema all excitable after i saw it...i wish there were more wes anderson films i hadn't discovered, but i think i've watched them all

hopefully he'll get moving making another film so we can watch and relax

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