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Old 03-21-05, 09:01 PM
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win a date with tad hamilton question

i'm watching it in full screen.

after tad and kate bosworth get in trouble for 'parking' , the guy from that 70s show asks three guys in the checkout lane if they've used the 'dont want to ruin the friendship' line.

the question is, how many people raise their hands. i can see two do, but i cant see the third guys left arm. so i wonder if it's no raised or i can't see it raised.
Old 03-23-05, 10:47 AM
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Ok, I feel I have to answer this since apparently nobody else is going to. If I don't, this might be the first post in history to never get a single reply.

All 3 guys raise their hand. There's a priest, a young man and an old guy. Which 2 did you see with their hand raised? If you didn't see the priest's hand go up, then you lost the setup for his insuing joke.

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Old 03-23-05, 01:16 PM
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Win a Date with Tad Hamilton



<small>yeah, I know... bring it on</small>
Old 03-23-05, 01:27 PM
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they showed the priest. but yeah. this almost makes a good case for widescreen. as cropped, it appears 2 of 3 guys raises their hand. which could ostensibly totally change the effectiveness of his argument.

the guy from the 70s show was funny in there. sigh. i have such indiscrening taste in movies; i'll watch anything.
Old 03-23-05, 01:56 PM
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"almost" makes a good case for widescreen? How much convincing do you need to learn that all of the picture is better than just some of the picture?
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lol. every WS movie makes a case for WS. but not all as good as others.

in some cases the argument might be 'see, that tree is only half showing in the FS version'. in this case you're actually missing something semi-substantial.

it would be good if the movie weren't win a date with tad hamilton. lol.
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I gotta admit, I like this film. Now excuse me as this thread has inspired me to watch it again.
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guilty pleasure
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Its actually not a bad movie. Topher Grace is a very funny dude.
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Originally Posted by RyoHazuki
Its actually not a bad movie. Topher Grace is a very funny dude.
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