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    Default Coming to a theater near you

    Big Ed's newest movie will open March 23rd.

    "The Hills Have Eyes 2", directed by fright-master Wes Craven.

    I have a baaaaad feeling about Big Ed's character's fate in this movie, but it'll be cool to see him on the big screen again.
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    Speaking of movies, in Breach, now in theaters, Ryan Phillippe plays young FBI agent "Eric O'Neill," he is a Catholic graduate of Gonzaga...

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    Saw Breach yesterday. I am 99% certain the reference is to Gonzaga High in D.C. However, I will bet that the majority of movie goers around the nation (especially those west of the Mississippi) will think the reference is to GU.

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    Haven't seen Breach yet, but if they say Gon-ZAH-ga, you know they mean GU.

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    So is Breach any good ?

    Chris Cooper is usually very good. I know the plot (Robert Hanson, traitor, etc )

    Worth seeing on the big screen or wait until the DVD ?


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    Default Way to go, Ed!

    Can't wait to see what else you have in store for us!
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    The 1978 Hills Have Eyes is a cult classic. As for the new version, it was decent. Hopefully, the new Part II will be one of those rare sequels that passes its predecessor.

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    Gonzaga High School indeed, went to Auburn.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_O'Neill

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