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Sweeney Todd Trailer!

Winslow Leach

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I thought the part where Johnny Depp said something about the blade being the end of his hand was, obviously very in-character, but also a throw-back to Edward Scissor Hands. It was really cool.
At last! My arm is complete again!
 

Grovette

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Hmm...Isn't it odd?

That I've never heard of this Sweeney Todd before?
Tho', after reading the synopsis of it...doesn't sounds like I missed much.

Must've been under a rock - engrossed in more tasteful and less gory fare.
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Fragglemuppet

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It's funny, because I'm not usually into that sort of thing either. I guess what made me want to see the movie was the fact that it was a musical, and even more importantly, that my high school preformed it, and my cousin was in the orchestra. Chicago was also the kind of movie I might not have liked if it wasn't for the music, though I never saw that one on stage.
 
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