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• Posted by Southall
• Date: Sunday, January 23, 2005, at 1:16 p.m.
• IP Address: webcacheh11a.cache.pol.co.uk
• In Response to: Re: Million Dollar Baby (Peter)


> Having just seen the film - I agree with you. I wouldn't go as far and say
> the score would actually deserve an Oscar, but the music was beautiful,
> effective yet respectfully understated. The film as a whole is quite
> amazing. A harrowing story, which takes a dramatic turn I wasn't expecting
> (because, due to my initial lack of interest for this film, I never read
> anything about it). Eastwood, Freeman and Swank deliver top notch
> performances. In fact, all the characters are stand out, in their own
> comedic or dramatic ways.

I agree with all that. I thought the film was amazing and would be neither surprised nor disappointed if it won Best Picture.


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