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09/11/2009

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Looks like a very touching movie to watch, and with a twist to it! Thanks- now I have my watching plan set up for this weekend hehe. I just hope it doesn't get to scary.

I love this movie. It is very touching movie. EVery scene of this movie will make you emotional . All credit wents to director and writer of this story. Thank you for making such a good movie.

Alright, But the studio has, over the last few months, been seeking both a new writer and a new director for "Mouse," with a number of up-and-comers on the list. We''ll keep you posted when they're hired, but the very fact of development momentum is noteworthy. Paramount has had success distributing DreamWorks Animation's films – the studio currently has the hit "How to Train Your Dragon" out in theaters -- but also has made the most of its few forays into animation production. "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie," a Paramount/Nick collaboration, earned $140 million worldwide back in 2004 (and that was long before the 3-D and hybrid live/animation crazes hit full bore, which could give a jolt to this one if the studio went that way).

IT IS hard to look at the Capitol in Washington, DC, without a frisson of excitement

I "like" you on Facebook. Would love these for my oldest boy!

He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our backs.

He is a good friend that speaks well of us behind our backs.

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