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Vol. LXV, No. 28
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
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A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“What summer movies have you seen or are looking forward to seeing?”

 

Megan: “Midnight in Paris, definitely a winner for us! Do not go see Bad Teacher. We’re looking forward to the Harry Potter movie.”

Dana: “Midnight in Paris is a great summer movie. It takes you out of your little life and you get the same feeling as the main character. “

— Megan Charles (left), Dana Schmitt, Princeton


“Larry Crowne was disappointing. It was very predictable, not a lot of depth, not very hot and steamy; even my 15-year-old said it was too predictable.”

— Margaret Sproul, Pennington


“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, the last part and the final chapter. I am a big Harry Potter fan.”

— Vivien Babarko, Princeton

 

“I loved and highly recommend Beginners with Christopher Plummer and Ewan McGregor. Bridesmaids was so so. And, I really liked Midnight in Paris.”

— E.B. Moss, from Princeton, lives in New York City


“Midnight in Paris. It was like old Woody Allen movies, and I really enjoy his movies.”

— Jason Yellen, Hightstown


“The last movie we saw was The King’s Speech. We’ve heard that Midnight in Paris is good, so we want to go see it.”

— Lily and William Hill, Lawrenceville

 


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