or "Perdidos en Tokio" as the movie Lost In translation was named in mexico.... I went to the movies last nigth and saw Lost in Translation... I really liked that movie... great movie.... maybe on this week I am going to see the movie again ...<br><br>something funny, I was posting this coment about and a video of The virgin suicides is on MTV, sofia's other movie...<br><br>%-) <--- me?
---- :) "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck." - Obi-Wan Kenobi
Bill Murray has been my favorite comedic actor for a long long time now- just glad he's finally getting recognized for it.<br><br>I actually saw him in person at a relative's communion ceremony. He hung out in the back of church holding his wife's purse while she went to the bathroom...<br><br>
Indeed, a great movie. Bill Murray is always good, and this fits perfectly (dry, cynical humor). I had never seen the female lead before, but yes, she is both really beautiful and plays a good part.<br><br>Gio Ribisi always does a fantastic job too, but he played such a small part in this one.<br><br>
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