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I just upendo the fourth X-men movie. It explains so much about Logans past. I cry everytime I see Hugh in the movie nearly in tears when someone he loves au cares about is killed. I just can't stand seeing men cry, but only true men cry. It twists around action and romance in such a great way. I upendo the part when he is on the motorcycle and he retracts his claws and shreds Striker's men car and it flips into the air and almost hits Zero. It's so cool when he blows up the helicopter in slow mo. It gives be Goosebumps everytime I see him walk away with a serious face on him. It's so hot! It's alisema at the end when he gets his memory taken away from him and he doesn't remember the girl of his dreams and she dies right there on the spot after driving Striker away. It was also a good idea to make Sabertooth, Wolverine's bro. That made the movie zaidi exciting and shows the rivalry of them in the first X-men movie. I think Hugh did a wonderful job uigizaji all aggressive and all.
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Just saw this on Yahoo, so sad. This makala is from the A.P.

LOS ANGELES - Screen legend Elizabeth Taylor, the violet-eyed film goddess whose sultry screen life was often upstaged kwa her stormy personal life, died Wednesday at age 79.

She died of congestive moyo failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where she had been hospitalized for about six weeks, publicist Sally Morrison said.

"All her children were with her," Morrison said.

Taylor had extraordinary grace, fame and wealth, and won three Oscars, including a special one for her humanitarian work. But she was tortured kwa ill health, failed...
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