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DATE: 04/02/2009 11:44:37 PM

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DATE: 08/04/2011 07:57:18 PM

I caught this movie on TV (dish) a few days ago (July 2011). I'm not too stupid, but I didn't have a clue what was going on in this movie. I didn't get that the attacker was homeless. I didn't get that he was imaginary. How do you remove an imaginary bullet from your leg? Although it would explain why he didn't seek medical help or tell anyone - which I couldn't figure out. I had no clue why this person was attacking the main character.

I like Zooey D. That's the only reason I saw it. I'm sorry I did. It was pointless. There was almost no story, no real point to it. I didn't get why they liked each other. I didn't get why he wanted a Chinese baby. The ending was... pathetic. I would pay to have the memory of it removed - it was that bad.

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