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Moving Pictures Presents: Hotties in Haiku - Pamela Voorhees [User Review]

 


So she lost her head

Going for "Mom of the Year"

Sweater's so lovely




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Moving Pictures Presents: Hotties in Haiku - Sherri Moon Zombie [User Review]

 


Maybe she can't act

But God, she is smoking hot

If you like white trash.




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No Mess about Wild Wild West [User Review]

 

There is nothing wrong with Wild Wild West it's just that you're think of a TV Show. You see, I wanted that movie because My Favorite Actor Kevin Kline was in that Movie. It's a Complicated Manner.

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Moving Pictures Presents: Hotties in Haiku - Mrs. Claus [User Review]

 


OK, she's not hot

But she supports the big guy

That's worth something, right?




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Moving Pictures Presents: Hotties in Haiku - Ripley [User Review]

 


She flies a spacecraft

And drives a powerloader

Right into my heart




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Julie & Julia - deliciously imbalanced [User Review]

 
Julie & Julia

Julie & Julia is a delicious but unbalanced movie. It is like enjoying a piece of lemon pie – the lemon cream is perfectly fresh and packed with flavor but the pastry is inevitably dull, making you just want to dive into the lemon part and forget about the stupid crust. Mind you, it is not a movie about food. So if you are looking for delicious recipes, gourmet food images, smooth food handling technics or ultimate chef legends, you are looking at a wrong movie. Julie & Julia is a delicious movie on its own, food just happened to be part of it. Oh, and not very well balanced.

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Moving Pictures Presents: Hotties in Haiku - Smurfette [User Review]

 


One girl, hundred boys

OK, she's a bit easy

Who wouldn't smurf that?




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