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    16 September 2007
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    Which one do you prefer?
    posted by Bravecat @ 5:13 pm  
    • At 17/09/2007, 01:25, Blogger GIASI said…

      what? im not linked on your blog??!!! im gutted.

    • At 17/09/2007, 05:29, Blogger [m]attâ„¢ said…

      To be honest, I'm not a big fan of any of those movies... sorry Cat.

    • At 17/09/2007, 16:42, Blogger Qatar Cat said…


      And I am gutted that I got no credit whatsoever for keeping the link to your blog in my Favourites!! In other words, I don't link to dead blogs :P

      But now that you are alive, I'll rectify the situation, hehe.


      I am sorry we can't be friends anymore :P

    • At 17/09/2007, 21:38, Blogger Taras said…

      Frida is my favorite one. It is a story of fortitude. And if I'm not mistaken, it even has Trotsky interwoven in it;)!

    • At 18/09/2007, 19:04, Blogger Marianna said…

      Frida is also my favorite...how this Mexican artist was able to adapt and overcome her disability to paint such vivid artwork. I hated her husband Diego though Frida was no innocent I still felt for her and Selma played this artists wonderfully.

    • At 19/09/2007, 00:18, Blogger Qatar Cat said…

      Haha well Frida is a great movie, but out of the three it is my least favourite. Dogma is definitely number one.

      With regards to Frida, I much prefered reading her diary, because you can imagine how "truthful" a Hollywood movie can be. I bet it got Frida turning in her grave!

      I love Dogma most because despite its crassness and hilarity this is the only movie out of the three that makes you think.

    • At 21/09/2007, 18:46, Blogger Marianna said…

      I did enjoy Dogma and being Catholic I had to put my Catholic guilt in the closet so to speak so I could enjoy the movie. :-p

    • At 21/09/2007, 22:24, Blogger Qatar Cat said…

      Haha Marianna was it hard to enjoy the movie being a catholic?? I think the whole idea of the movie is making fun of catholic dogmas :P But if you could really look behind all that and see the humour I am sure you had a good laugh!


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