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Sam

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San Diego, CA

Member since:

October 18, 2012

Tell us about a scene from any movie that worked for you and why. (Have fun with these questions! They're intended to encourage you to think about what we're watching and to facilitate friendly discussion. There is no wrong answer!)

The under-the-blanket scene in Eternal Sunshine where Clementine reveals to Joel how she used to take out her frustration on a toy doll that represents her. Such an honest instance of vulnerability!

Tell us about a scene from any movie that might not have worked for you and why.

The end scene in Garden State, where Zach Braff's character finally calls out his dad. I know such scenes (in reality) are awkward, but it felt incomplete and not-so-well executed to me.

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Grad student and movie fan!


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