16 Total Votes

It was stupid

10 votes
1 comment

Didn't see it. Don't WANT to see it.

4 votes

I liked it.

2 votes
1 comment

That movie gave me nightmares

0 votes

Windows Vista

0 votes

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Loveshismom says2014-07-31T20:23:58.3965341-05:00
I meant to out this in the movies section
Loveshismom says2014-07-31T20:25:04.0222170-05:00
0_o somebody voted on this right when I made it!
LogicalLunatic says2014-07-31T20:47:02.1431441-05:00
Strangely, once on passing I saw the commercial for Sharknado and I thought it was real live footage of sharks being tossed about in the air.
Loveshismom says2014-08-01T11:34:36.9286324-05:00
@yomama12, your vote comment is kind of contradictory to what you picked.

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