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AdrianJ

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I know that official review threads are for just that, but is it always necessary to start a discussion thread for small movies like The Deep End which only had a total of 13 posts in the review thread?
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Robert Crawford

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Adrian,
It really depends on the film. There are some movies that are considered small films but might generate a great deal of discussion due to subject matter, acting performances, film setting and etc. Speaking for myself personally, I try not to designate a seperate discussion thread for a small film unless a member starts a thread to discuss the film in question or I feel it deserves to have a thread to discuss the film in more detail than just a film review. However, my partner in crime, "Dugger" might have a different viewpoint than mine.
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AdrianJ

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Okay, since it's likely I will generate a lot of replies to my own questions, I started a new Deep End discussion thread. I've copied the messages over into the thread, so you may feel free to delete them out of the review thread.
Clueless as always,
--adrian
PS: What is the context of the Peter Staddon quote?
[Edited last by AdrianJ on October 03, 2001 at 03:52 PM]
 

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