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Spring Valley, CA
Hometown: Redlands

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May 6, 2014

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 raw emotion displayed by Tom Hanks in "Castaway" when Wilson floats away into the horizon and Tom Hank's character can not catch up to him.

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

Not many scenes don't work for me unless it is suddenly apparent that the actor's are acting, or extreme violence.


Hi I am back in San Diego after 14 yrs. in the bay area.

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