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Post by whisperwood » Tue Jul 08, 2008 10:26 am

Thanks for the chat interview! I loved reading it. The bit about borrowing his hair from the horse made me crack up. :D

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Ji's interview re: 'The Patriot'

Post by marilaine » Tue Jul 08, 2008 10:41 am

I absolutely loved this interview. :adore
He always puts a bit of personal humor in these.
Would love to see him in another romantic comedy. There's always a natural side of him in these roles. :D ~Ml :cool:

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Post by mariagare » Sat Jul 12, 2008 11:32 pm

I know this makes me extraordinarily tardy but I have finally watched The Patriot.

Dear lord, I'll never be the same. :shock: My poor boyfriend was wilfully ignored for 3 hours straight. I have an inkling that I'll be watching it again at some stage.

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Post by grannybear » Sun Jul 13, 2008 7:19 pm

Amazon and B&N both have a sale on DVD's including several of Jasons older movies. So I ordered The Patriot (even though I hate MG) Peter Pan and Sweet November. I have them taped off TV but now I'll have the DVDs.

Didn't bother with the movies he's only in for 5 minutes. Figure I'll start taping only the scenes he's in.

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Post by marilaine » Mon Jul 14, 2008 10:20 am

grannybear wrote:Amazon and B&N both have a sale on DVD's including several of Jasons older movies. So I ordered The Patriot (even though I hate MG) Peter Pan and Sweet November. I have them taped off TV but now I'll have the DVDs.
Didn't bother with the movies he's only in for 5 minutes. Figure I'll start taping only the scenes he's in.
Amen, Grannybear. Absotively posilutely!
Movies like 'Crash', 'Elektra', 'Windtalkers', and "Resident Evil' (Although, this movie is full of zombies, just a stitch of Jason's eyes are enough to make a cull recovery. :lol), don't hold enough of JI to stay tuned for, 'tis better to order 'Peter Pan', and 'Sweet November'.
(I've got this stuffed tiger that's kind of like a Teddy Bear that I named "Chaz"......just because of 'SN'......cuz you can cuddle with him. :D ) ~M'L :cool:

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Post by Tavington's ShadowMagnet » Mon Jul 14, 2008 11:28 am

mariagare wrote:I know this makes me extraordinarily tardy but I have finally watched The Patriot.

Dear lord, I'll never be the same. :shock: My poor boyfriend was wilfully ignored for 3 hours straight. I have an inkling that I'll be watching it again at some stage.
Well, now you have seen it! Woot!

Just ask my husband how he feels whenever I see The Patriot(or any of Jason's movies)...not only is he fully ignored, but he said he feels as if he "simply fell off the planet." Jason comes on...it's like:

"Husband? Who?" :scratch :lol

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Post by Angel Tavington » Mon Jul 14, 2008 11:36 am

Hmm...mariagare, Tavington has that effect on us all! ;)





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Post by marilaine » Mon Jul 14, 2008 12:26 pm

Esp. certain celestial fans. :lol ;-) ~M'L :cool:

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Post by Angel Tavington » Mon Jul 14, 2008 12:34 pm

Esp. certain celestial fans. ~M'L


*turns red* :oops:







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Post by Tavington's ShadowMagnet » Mon Jul 14, 2008 2:04 pm

You're definitely NOT alone in that, Angel... :mrgreen: :oops:







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Post by marilaine » Mon Jul 14, 2008 3:20 pm

Yep, that goes the same for me, TSM! :oops: ;-) :D ~M'L :cool:

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Post by Sea Lion Woman » Mon Jul 14, 2008 5:51 pm

I've got this stuffed tiger that's kind of like a Teddy Bear that I named "Chaz"......
That's so cute! When I first got my cat, and we were trying to pick a name for him...I wanted Chaz! and I kept calling him Chaz...until my sister burst my bubble and said "THE CAT'S NAME IS NOT CHAZ"...
Now the cat's name is...Rafael (yuck! :mad: )
Chaz is soo much cuter than Rafael! (not fierce at all!)
urgh...
Anyway...
"Esp. certain celestial fans."
BUSTED ANGEL! LOL!!! :D :D

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Post by Angel Tavington » Mon Jul 14, 2008 9:07 pm

Now the cat's name is...Rafael (yuck! )
Chaz is soo much cuter than Rafael! (not fierce at all!)
I agree that Chaz is much cuter than Rafael. No, It's not fierce!

I love pets especially dogs, I want a yellow lab. If I get a male, I'll name it "Tavvy".

LOL!




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Post by marilaine » Tue Jul 15, 2008 9:34 am

angeltavington wrote:
Now the cat's name is...Rafael (yuck! )
Chaz is soo much cuter than Rafael! (not fierce at all!)
I agree that Chaz is much cuter than Rafael. No, It's not fierce!
I love pets especially dogs, I want a yellow lab. If I get a male, I'll name it "Tavvy".
LOL!




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That's a great name, Angel. (Just as long as the dog doesn't see his human counterpart as 'The Butcher'. :lol) ~M'L :cool:

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Post by Angel Tavington » Wed Jul 16, 2008 10:43 am

Guess it doesn't surprise you that I would pick that name, Marilaine!


Just as long as the dog doesn't see his human counterpart as 'The Butcher'. ) ~M'L
LOL!





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