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District 9 -- Two Thumbs Up, Way Up




If you like your films to tackle big ideas, head out to District 9. We went on Friday and thoroughly enjoyed it. The set-up was a bit slow, but then it catches fire and takes you on a Hell of a ride. If you don't go to the theater be sure to watch it when it goes on DVD. Clever, humorous, touching, laced with just enough action, thought-provoking, and excellent special effects. Last I checked it had amassed a score of 88% positive-critic approval reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.

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  1. Thanks for the review. I was thinking of seeing it. Is it worth seeing on the big screen?

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