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Post by pattygirl on Sun 04 Sep 2011, 16:45

Hope it works. Think his time has come. Can't wait to see it. From reviews, as well as trailers, this one seems to be following the book awfully well. Read it, thought it was great, and perfect for George.
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Post by it's me on Sun 04 Sep 2011, 22:38

Must be hard to portray someone your polar opposite.

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Post by Guest on Wed 07 Sep 2011, 03:32

All This And George Cooney, Too!
The Telluride Film Festival has hosted many famous people over the past 38 years, including celebrated filmmakers and actors. But there’s something about George Clooney that makes women swoon and men want to hang out with him. He’s a Movie Star, and while he wears other hats (and wears them well) there’s no getting around his personal magnetism. He charmed everyone he met this past weekend, graciously posed for pictures, and reaffirmed his reputation as an all-around good guy.

He also happens to be the star of an exceptionally fine film which made its world premiere at Telluride: The Descendants, directed and co-written by Alexander Payne. It won’t reach theaters until just before Thanksgiving, but I have no problem calling it one of the year’s best films—an encomium I doubt I’ll have to revoke at the end of December. After its first screening, when Todd McCarthy asked him about playing some highly emotional scenes, Clooney modestly replied that all he did was take his cues from Payne. The director in turn said he casts his movies well.

Like so many great films, this one is difficult to pigeonhole: it’s about a man facing a family crisis (as a husband and father) along with a daunting business decision that involves his many cousins, who all live in Hawaii. It’s sprawling and continually surprising, infused with high drama and well-calculated humor. In short, it’s about the absurdity and unpredictability of life. I loved it.

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Post by pattygirl on Wed 07 Sep 2011, 03:36

Yeah, that's our boy doing his job!
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Re: The Descendants

Post by sandwiches on Wed 07 Sep 2011, 18:35

I don't think this has been posted. Globe & Mail newspaper, dated Wed. Sept.7th:






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The Descendants: An Oscar-worthy performance from George Clooney
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Directed by Alexander Payne (USA)

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Adapted from Kaui Hart Hemmings’s novel, George Clooney stars in Oscar-winning director Alexander Payne’s (Sideways)
heartwarming, tragic and, at times, hilariously funny drama about a
middle-aged father and husband whose seeming idyllic life in Hawaii has
been thrown into chaos by a boating accident that has left his
thrill-seeking wife in a coma, fighting for her life. Clooney is the
harried Matt King, a work-obsessed real-estate lawyer whose relationship
with his wife has been strained, and drifting, for years. After the
accident, King is faced with trying to fix a broken household where two
teenage daughters – both angry and grappling to figure out how to
reconnect with their one remaining parent – struggle to remain a loving
family unit. Clooney and the elder daughter (Shailene Woodley) give
Oscar-worthy performances in this hard-knocks film that will have you
laughing one moment and sobbing the next.



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Re: The Descendants

Post by pattygirl on Wed 07 Sep 2011, 20:25

Another good review. Can't wait.
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Re: The Descendants

Post by Katiedot on Fri 09 Sep 2011, 12:32

Thanks Henway for the heads up:

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Release Date Of Alexander Payne's The Descendants Bumped Up Five Days

2011-09-08 14:04:38 Author: Eric Eisenberg

As is tradition, this year's Thanksgiving movie release schedule is absolutely packed. Building on the number of wide releases that were sent to theaters the day before the holiday last year, this year features four movies that will be fighting for your family's attention. For fans of funny bloodbaths there's Piranha 3DD; for those who always follow the great filmmakers there's Martin Scorsese's Hugo; for audiences that was nostalgia chills there's The Muppets; and for people who can't wait for the December holiday season there's Arthur Christmas. With such intense competition one can easily understand why a film would want to switch release dates, and that's exactly what The Descendants is doing.

Variety reports that the Alexander Payne film, which premieres this weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival, has moved its release up by five days and will now come out on November 18th. But while the move may get the film away from the Thanksgiving crowds, the move may be an example of jumping out of the pot and into the fire. While The Descendants will be starting in limited release, its direct competition on the third weekend of November is The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn (Part One) and George Miller's Happy Feet Two. The film, which stars George Clooney, Judy Greer, Matthew Lillard, Shailene Woodley, Beau Bridges, and Robert Forster, is about a man who reconnects with his two daughters after his wife is put on life support after a boating accident and is also is also forced to face off with the man with whom she has been having an affair.

Payne's movies have never been blockbusters, but I have a terrible feeling that The Descendants is going to get absolutely buried. I have to wonder why they didn't move the film backwards instead of forwards, as December 2nd currently has no wide releases. Let's hope that George Clooney's appeal will be enough to give the movie some legs.
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Re: The Descendants

Post by macs on Fri 09 Sep 2011, 19:36

Thanks for the latest news. Thought I guess in Europe we'll still have to wait for this one (for me, Imdb says late febrary...). And apart from film festivals, those kind of movies don't get a lot of red carpets or promotions, so I doubt I'll get the chance to enjoy a "European tour"
Since I've got time before seeing this, I'd like to ask a question to those who've read the book : should I read it first ? or take my chances straight with the movie ?
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Re: The Descendants

Post by Katiedot on Sat 10 Sep 2011, 06:09

If I remember rightly, there's a section in this film work forum for the books of the films. Maybe ask the question there too and someone who's read it can answer.
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Re: The Descendants

Post by cindigirl on Tue 13 Sep 2011, 17:28

This is my favorite TIFF video where he's on stage with the "kids" in Descendents. I love the way he interacts with them.

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Re: The Descendants

Post by it's me on Tue 13 Sep 2011, 20:47

he is great This big
with them Very Happy
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Re: The Descendants

Post by Atalante on Tue 13 Sep 2011, 21:47

" He's a guy from Kentucky ... and the dude is starting a new colony in Africa ! " LOL! [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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Re: The Descendants

Post by Guest on Tue 13 Sep 2011, 22:40

George Clooney Takes Toronto: Is The Descendants the Next Top Oscar Winner?

"Welcome to the George Clooney Film Festival," director Alexander Payne said to a packed house at Toronto's landmark Elgin Theatre, where The Descendants was about to play. Clooney, the star of Payne's comedy-drama as well as the star and director of the political satire The Ides of March, later strode onstage in all his regal good humor, as if this was not his third festival in three countries on two continents in 10 days; he had already promoted one movie or another in Venice and Telluride. (The slugabed skipped the fest in Deauville, France.) Torontonians get juiced queuing for some 300 films from such distant lands as Cambodia and Cuba, Norway and South Africa, but TIFF's purest heroine is Hollywood stardom — the red-carpet parade of celestial glamour — and they don't come much starrier than Mr. C.

If Clooney was pooped from prolonged exuding of his patented E.C. (effortless charm), he didn't show it during The Descendants' post-screening Q&A. Having turned 50 in May, People magazine's two-time Sexiest Man Alive declared that he was now "AARP's Sexiest Man Alive — Still Alive." When the audience couldn't hear a questioner, Clooney reported that he "was saying because he's in the front row how much younger I looked." And when Amara Miller, who plays his younger daughter in the film, started rhapsodizing about working with him, he suggested that it was a paid testimonial by taking out a $20 bill to slip to her.

What The Descendants couldn't quite match were the high expectations on which it floated into town. The film, which graces the New York Film Festival next month and opens in real theaters Nov. 18, had won raves in a sneak preview at Telluride; and The Wrap's Steve Pond, who in Sept. of previous years had recklessly and correctly predicted that The Hurt Locker and The King's Speech would be the Oscar champs, sight-unseen, named The Descendants the winner of next year's Best Picture statuette. That's heavy baggage for any movie. But Clooney had met with striking success two years ago in Toronto, when he brought another semi-risky dramedy, Up in the Air. And there was reason to hope that Payne, directing his first film since the beguiling Sideways in 2004, could harness his bright, lightly satiric tone to Clooney's genial éclat. See Alexander Payne's Sideways in TIME's Top 10 Sloppiest Movie Drunks

It didn't happen, at least not for one admirer of both men's work. Watching this adaptation of Kaui Hart Hemmings's 2007 novel about a man facing family crises in the modern Eden of Hawaii, I wanted The Descendants' elevated sentiments to wash over me, inundate me in its lapping warmth, like the restorative waters on a Kauai beach. I'm a notorious softie, and I found things to like about the film, most particularly Clooney's performance; but I remained untouched. I must have been wearing my wet suit.

Clooney plays Matt Hill, a Hawaiian real-estate magnate whose family, on the island for centuries, must soon dispose of a huge plot of prime land it has long held. That dilemma is pushed aside when a water-skiing accident leaves Matt's wife Elizabeth (Patti Hastie) in an irreparable coma. Since her will specifies that she be taken off life support, Matt takes their two daughters — the rambunctious Scottie (Miller), 10, and rebellious Alex (Shailene Woodley), 17 — and Alex's goofy boyfriend Sid (Nick Krause) on a journey to tell Liz's relatives and close friends that they should visit her in the few days before she dies. "Everybody who loved Elizabeth," he says, "deserves a chance to say goodbye." But what if she loved one of these close friends back? Alex tells Matt that Mom may have had an affair, just before she was stricken, with a realtor named Brian Speer (Matthew Lillard). On the far side of this Pacific paradise, Matt grapples with feelings of bereavement and betrayal.

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,2093113,00.html#ixzz1Xs3azCkP

This is my favorite part, "prolonged exuding of his patented E.C. (effortless charm)". I don't know why but I really thought it was funny! Laughing
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Re: The Descendants

Post by it's me on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 07:13

and GREAT pics! Razz
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Re: The Descendants

Post by lucy on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 12:37

Pics at link are the most recent photos taken of his backyard in LA, unless the ones of him and SK were taken there.
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Re: The Descendants

Post by it's me on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 12:57

not recent
a bit old
anyway the last ones
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Re: The Descendants

Post by pattygirl on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 18:27

lucy wrote:Pics at link are the most recent photos taken of his backyard in LA, unless the ones of him and SK were taken there.

Don't mean to be dense, but what link has pics of backyard? Please tell me where. Going crazy looking for it. Thanks Question
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Post by Guest on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 21:21

http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1715135,00.html

Try this link, it should take you right there.

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Post by hathaross on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 21:59

He has a nice pool in his house!! and the jacuzzi...
I wonder if that is the jacuzzi which go naked with friends lol!
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Post by Guest on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 22:01

Well... I hope he cleans the water! Laughing

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Post by cindigirl on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 22:05

Cinderella, thanks for the link of his backyard. I hope he doesn't consider this his swiming pool. Looks more like a coy pond. LOL
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Re: The Descendants

Post by it's me on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 22:16

warm pool
awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww


but look
it's from some distance

anyway I like it really much
very well done from the architect

and those trees........... amazing!
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Re: The Descendants

Post by sarah ali on Wed 14 Sep 2011, 23:23

a clip from the movie:
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Re: The Descendants

Post by lucy on Thu 15 Sep 2011, 01:35

HA-HA-HA SID could be any fathers nightmare, thanks sarah ali.
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Re: The Descendants

Post by blubelle on Thu 15 Sep 2011, 16:16

This really looks good.
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Re: The Descendants

Post by pattygirl on Thu 15 Sep 2011, 17:22

Wish November would get here soon!
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Re: The Descendants

Post by MyGirlKylie on Thu 15 Sep 2011, 17:58

cindigirl wrote:Cinderella, thanks for the link of his backyard. I hope he doesn't consider this his swiming pool. Looks more like a coy pond. LOL

Never thought I'd say this about anything of G's but it looks kinda small. The Pool! The pool! Wink
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Post by pattygirl on Thu 15 Sep 2011, 18:02

Too bad we can't see the whole thing. Must be more to it than that. Couldn't even get a good swim in it the way it looks.
Love the way it looks though. Those pics are a few years old, have several of them in my collection. Used to have one as my wallpaper too.
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Re: The Descendants

Post by watching on Sat 17 Sep 2011, 12:07

Shailene Woodley: 'The Descendants' Teen Will Be A Star, Whether She Likes It Or Not
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"You know, it's a real funny, ironic thing. I am the happiest person; literally, I am annoyingly happy to some people," Shailene Woodley laughs. "I was naturally born an optimist, I love life, even when things are not going so great. But for some reason, I guess I can tap into my dark alter-ego emotional side very easily [laughs] and play these characters on the screen."

Putting aside any accusations of irksomeness, it's far too early on a Sunday morning -- especially one following a late Saturday night spent at a party thrown in her film's honor -- for Woodley to fake this kind of energy and excitement. "Maybe that's why I love acting subconsciously, I store all my angst and let it out," she continues, shrugging her shoulders, either modest or bewildered by her growing career as a dramatic actress.

Whether she's tapping into something deeper or just really good at pretending, the 19 year old actress is doing something right. Already playing a teenage mother in the hit ABC Family series, "The Secret Life of the American Teenager," Woodley is set to break into the larger national consciousness with a star-making performance as Alex, George Clooney's foul mouthed, drug-abusing daughter in "The Descendants," which has so far been the critical darling of the fall festival circuit.

From the moment early in the first act in which she's brought back home from rehab to help deal with the fallout from her critically injured mom's impending death, Woodley dominates screen time and launches into the film's most profound transformation. Drunk and hitting golf balls into the ocean when first picked up at her rehabilitation facility, a newfound familial responsibility casts her alongside Clooney in the story of a father and daughter forced to grow up together, side-by-side.

"I think a 17-year old going through the most angsty periods in her life, thought the world was out to get her, kind of took on the victim thing, kinda said 'f*ck life,' and through this movie and through this beautiful arc, she has a chance to not only reconnect with her family but reconnect with herself," Woodley says, reflecting on the fondness she felt for her character.

"I think she created such a barrier, such a wall around her that she never was really forced to examine her life, and the consequences of her relationships," she continues. "And in the end, she's become vulnerable -- and still independent, but independently co-dependent."

Early after her return home -- to a small island in Hawaii, much of which is owned by her dynastic family -- Woodley's Alex sets the film's main course of action by divulging a secret that hangs an even darker cloud over her coma-stricken mother's tragedy. Instead of just a speedboat accident victim now wilting away as her life support is removed, Alex divulges to her dad that his wife was sleeping with another man, caught in the act while Alex roamed the neighborhood during her school's winter break. Once she tells her father the truth, the pair -- along with her younger sister -- set off to find the man with whom the dying woman slept.

It would figure that to tell her father such a harsh truth, instead of allowing him to more fondly remember his dying wife, would be a difficult decision; instead, in this case, Woodley says the character's penchant for mature past times and beverage choices belied her maturity and ability to keep the secret.

"It's a giant decision. I don't think she would have -- I think she saw him and saw how lost he was, and then the thought of losing her mom, that's a giant secret to hold, y'know?" the actress asks rhetorically, showing sympathy for her Alex's dilemma. "I think she saw it as, I don't want this secret, I want to get this out. Yeah, she's 17, but she's still a little girl in terms of the world in relativity, so I think she needed to get that secret off her chest, and I think she saw her dad as a really weak person, and she wanted him to know that this is what is happening, you can't be in denial, you can't be stupid anymore, you need to grow up, dad."

Her forcefulness on screen, though, belies a casual humility off-set. She offers nothing but praise for her co-star Clooney, and insists that any certain delivery came at the suggestion of the film's writer-director, Alexander Payne.

"I didn't know if we were -- truly -- I didn't know if we were making a comedy or a drama," Woodley admits, deferring credit, for the umpteenth time, to the filmmaker. "Because, we would do one scene one way and then do it another way. And it was just Alexander going 'Okay now instead of glaring, why don't you smile? And you're like, 'What? That makes no sense! But I trust you,' and you do it, and after you do it, you're like, oh, I see what he was thinking."

She may sound as if she's uncertain about her craft and talent, but for a 19 year old, her career hasn't exactly fluttered along on mindlessly happy, Disney Channel-type subject matter. While it often takes actors and actresses years to get the opportunities to tackle more serious fare, Woodley's work has had a greater weight; death and estrangement in "The Descendants," and teenage sexuality in "The Secret Life."

"The most positive compliment I've ever gotten," she remembers, "was from a mother who came up to me and said, 'Thank you and your writers and the rest of the cast for this show, because it has opened up conversation outlets within our home, I can talk to my daughter and son about sex now, and I can talk to them about the consequences of it, and what you need to know before you make that decision and after that decision,' and she's like, I would have never talked about that with my teenagers. And I think that's where I think a lot of people get lost in teenage sexuality, is because they're uneducated about it."

Having served as that vessel, it's fitting and fateful that her first major film role comes as she exits her teen years. Time to grow up not just on screen, but in the characters she gets to play, as well.

"I'll be 20 in a month and I've always played high school characters," she says. "I think it would be fun to do more of a college setting or a young adult setting, versus a teenage atmosphere. And I'd love to do a comedy, I haven't done a comedy thus far, so I think that would be great."

Then again, dramas aren't so bad either -- and she's got high ambitions for those, too, name dropping Natalie Portman's turn in "Black Swan" as her ideal role. For the moment, though, she's letting herself take in all the madness that comes with starring in a hit, awards season shoe-in film for the first time.

"I always say that the audition was the cake, the performance in Hawaii was the icing on the cake, and this, reconvening with George and Alexander and Fox Searchlight and all these beautiful people, I don't even know what this is like -- 20 jars of maraschino cherries or something," Woodley laughs. "So I'm just taking it all in stride and waking up every day with a smile on my face and in gratitude for what that day holds. And I have zero expectations, whatever happens, happens. It's beautiful either way, so I'm enjoying every moment and so grateful for every moment."

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Post by melbert on Sat 17 Sep 2011, 16:39

Woodley laughs. "So I'm just taking it all in stride and waking up every day with a smile on my face and in gratitude for what that day holds. And I have zero expectations, whatever happens, happens. It's beautiful either way, so I'm enjoying every moment and so grateful for every moment."

Oh, I so hope so doesn't become corrupted!!!
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Post by Guest on Sat 17 Sep 2011, 16:51

I'm right there with you, Melbert! She seems so mature for her age.,. Some people have that ability to stay grounded even with all the craziness around them. I pray she succeeds in her personal life and her professional career! Pick good parts and make great friends, Shailene!

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Post by sarah ali on Sun 18 Sep 2011, 00:36

a review that i liked about the movie !

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Post by cindigirl on Sun 18 Sep 2011, 18:06

I really wish there were more trailers for the Descendents movie. I remember before UITA came out there were tons of them. All we've gotten so far is just a few seconds. And, yes November is a long time to wait. I'm impatient.
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Post by MyGirlKylie on Sun 18 Sep 2011, 18:16

cindigirl wrote:I really wish there were more trailers for the Descendents movie. I remember before UITA came out there were tons of them. All we've gotten so far is just a few seconds. And, yes November is a long time to wait. I'm impatient.

Same here. Can't wait.
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Post by lucy on Sun 18 Sep 2011, 20:26

To all who commented on George's little pool...............it's much longer than it looks on film!!!! He is standing on a roof top in photo which cuts out a BIG portion of his........POOL. No I haven't been to his house still waiting on my invite, but I've seen a pic of pool from another angle, just can't remember where so don't ask!
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Post by it's me on Sun 18 Sep 2011, 23:07

still waiting me 2 Juggling
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The Descendants at Philadelphia Film Fest

Post by Katiedot on Tue 27 Sep 2011, 07:58

No mention that George will be there and I guess he can't go to every film festival!

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Phila. Film Fest opens Oct. 20

Choices include Sundance and Cannes films, local premieres, docs about two local boxers.
September 25, 2011|By Carrie Rickey, Inquirer Movie Critic

Like Crazy, a "captivating" romance between an American and his English girlfriend who runs afoul of immigration authorities, will open the 20th annual Philadelphia Film Festival on Oct. 20, J. Andrew Greenblatt, PFF executive director, announced Saturday.

The 15-day, 120-movie cinextravaganza closes with The Descendants, Alexander Payne's sharp dramedy starring George Clooney as a father who reconnects with his estranged children. (Although the festival officially ends Nov. 3, its closing night gala is Oct. 29.)

Other highlights of the festival that will feature films acclaimed at the Sundance and Cannes Film Festivals are two movies about movies: My Week With Marilyn and The Artist

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Post by sadDonkey on Sun 09 Oct 2011, 00:21

Hi there

just found this ..

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from two month ago but still interesting

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Re: The Descendants

Post by melbert on Sun 09 Oct 2011, 00:25

Thanks SD! Welcome to the Open House! Now, come out of the clouds and start posting!!
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Re: The Descendants

Post by sadDonkey on Sun 09 Oct 2011, 00:30

You´re welcome and thank you

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Re: The Descendants

Post by Atalante on Sun 09 Oct 2011, 00:39

I prefer Happydonkeys, so ... 1 out of 10

And that's a page without a sharebutton on it. Beaten
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Re: The Descendants

Post by Cinderella on Sun 09 Oct 2011, 00:43

Thanks, SadDonkey! Great vid!

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Re: The Descendants

Post by cindigirl on Sun 09 Oct 2011, 01:10

Thanks Sad Donkey - welcome to the forum. Love your nickname and avatar.

It's so very nice to see more videos regarding The Descendents. There's been a lot of IOM lately and this is refreshing.
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Re: The Descendants

Post by it's me on Sun 09 Oct 2011, 09:26

right!

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sad(crazy)donkey! Very Happy
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Re: The Descendants

Post by sadDonkey on Sun 09 Oct 2011, 11:22

Thanks y´all. Great to be here

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Re: The Descendants

Post by it's me on Sun 09 Oct 2011, 15:10

wthell... who decided to put on him those clothes?
an old joke, I guess
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Re: The Descendants

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Re: The Descendants

Post by pattygirl on Fri 14 Oct 2011, 20:15

Thanks for the pics. As usual, you come up with some great stuff.
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Re: The Descendants

Post by Cinderella on Fri 14 Oct 2011, 21:15

I can't wait to see this movie. From what we've read, he does an excellent job! I kinda like the way he looks in these shots. It’s nice to see him kinda “normal” instead of all dressed up. He looks like the average family man! No wonder they are giving him an award! lol!

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