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July 19, 2010


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Michael Simon

Have not seen it, but it sounds like
it might have that certain idyllic
Latin charm, which is funny at the
same time, and drives Puritans mad
with secret envy and loathing.


Came upon your blog while looking for other viewers that noticed the ridiculous over-the-top, overused score. Just got back from watching the film (here in Rochester, NY) and was amazed at how choppy the editing was, how awful the score was (like a bad anime episode), yet how gorgeous the guys were. Totally agree with your review, but I'd give MVPs of the film to the cinematographer for making it all look so good and the location scout for that amazing house.

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