Re: Rate the last movie you've seen out of ten
And as for its a wonderful life.
I hadn't seen it until a couple of years ago, when I sat down expecting a real treat
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I was so diappointed, I couldn't believe what a massive cheese fest it was. I'm really sorry because I know alot of people love it but it really didn't touch me at all.
The history is quite interesting. It was a biyt of a flop in cinemas, but then American TV networks got it cheap and played it and played it until it built up its current status.