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    Default how's movie Simone?

    anyone watched it? is it nice and worth to watch?

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    IMHO, yes. It's worth to watch.

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    Ya. It is nice to watch. Seems like it is the same kind of movies like "Gattaca", "Truman Show", etc. So if u like those films, u will probably like this too.




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    Very Nice to me! i like it!

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    hehee... can't wait the answer so i just went to watch it, really funny, i do recommend this show!

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    I find it quite funny that a reviewer here rated it as only 2 stars... saying as if it's not worth to watch.

    Haiz... too much of these reviewers.

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    Just watched it last Friday with my friends, ran into Willy and Violett as well.

    Nice show, but does have some parts which are "not quite right".

    1. At this time and age, there's still 5.25" diskettes!?
    2. The diskette can eject from inbetween drive bays?
    3. Those white Canon Superteles can shoot from such a close range?
    4. At this time and age, still got those old style flash bulbs?

    Leica users might be glad to know that an M6 is featured in the show.

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    Originally posted by ckiang
    Just watched it last Friday with my friends, ran into Willy and Violett as well.

    Nice show, but does have some parts which are "not quite right".

    1. At this time and age, there's still 5.25" diskettes!?
    2. The diskette can eject from inbetween drive bays?
    3. Those white Canon Superteles can shoot from such a close range?
    4. At this time and age, still got those old style flash bulbs?

    Leica users might be glad to know that an M6 is featured in the show.

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    u get the same doubt as mine! i wonder the way he insert diskette and the way diskette ejected by her daughter, they r totally different! he still need to lock the diskette drive somemore!

    anyway, this is movie, i just watch it, imagine simone's "I am pig" can "bravo" also, why bother?

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    Originally posted by chenwei

    u get the same doubt as mine! i wonder the way he insert diskette and the way diskette ejected by her daughter, they r totally different! he still need to lock the diskette drive somemore!

    anyway, this is movie, i just watch it, imagine simone's "I am pig" can "bravo" also, why bother?
    The 5.25" drive lock is the "wrong way round" from what we are used to (locks UPWARDS ).

    The cute part is that it ejects from inbetween the drive bays....

    The 3 plasma screens are cool though. Maybe they are powered by the Matrox Parhelia.

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    What I like best is the "slot in" type hard disk drive bay. Like as if, the HDD is a CDROM.

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    Originally posted by Pinoy
    What I like best is the "slot in" type hard disk drive bay. Like as if, the HDD is a CDROM.

    :Later,
    Oh yeah, that one damned cool man. And the whole workstation is operated via keyboard only.

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    The computer consultants for the show didin't do a good job. Or was it all deliberate? Too dumb to be mistakes. Some artists deliberately add mistakes to make the work imperfect.

    I did not like the show. Too boring. But it was well made. Cinematography was good.

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