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    The Town

    I just got done watching The Town and boy was I impressed. I was just wondering if anyone else has seen the movie and if anyone has read The Prince of Thieves, which the movie is based off. Im wondering if the book is worth the buy. Any help would be appreciated.


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    Re: The Town

    Just watched the movie today. Definately worth your 2 hours i thought. Not sure about the book.



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    Re: The Town

    Every time the guy with the Notre Dame tattoo was shown, I just kept thinking of him in the Hurt Locker movie. I thought it was a good movie.



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    Loved The Town - have not had a chance to read the book yet.



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    Re: The Town

    I loved it. Huge props to Ben Affleck for his acting and directing. And his right-hand man in the movie, the guy from the Hurt Locker, did a great job too. If you haven't seen it, see it.



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    Re: The Town

    Jeremy Renner plays the crazy guy character pretty well as showcased in the town and the hurt locker. If you liked the town, i'd check out Gone Baby Gone the other movie Affleck directed. It is pretty similar to the town.



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    Jeremy Renner, IMO is one of the most underrated actors out there.


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