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Superman Returns DVD Review

Superman has returned to save the dayonce again but does this newest movie live up to the superhero flicks of the recent past? Find out right here! Back to Article

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XxGrey eyesxX
XxGrey eyesxX wrote:
2011-07-26 15:30:41 -0700

Aairon- you understand now?

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XxGrey eyesxX
XxGrey eyesxX wrote:
2011-07-26 15:26:04 -0700

the fact i watched it with my family, and no one was fighting, or crying, or hurting

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Aairon
Aairon wrote:
2011-07-26 15:22:23 -0700

grey eyes- wat did u like about the movie

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shelbym33
shelbym33 wrote:
2011-07-26 15:22:19 -0700

it was a pretty good movie

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XxGrey eyesxX
XxGrey eyesxX wrote:
2011-07-26 15:20:22 -0700

i liked it

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Aairon
Aairon wrote:
2011-07-26 15:16:45 -0700

flat out bad movie

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