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Published: Saturday, March 15 2014 9:05 a.m. MDT

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one old man
Ogden, UT

Bad movies.

Why spend money on garbage?

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west jordan, UT

Movies come at an expense, not only for the tickets but for the refreshments that are priced ridiculously high. When you put out for the adventure, you want to be able to see something memorable, something that makes going so worthwhile. Don't we want to feel we have experienced something worthwhile, something that uplifts our souls whether in a cartoon or non-cartoon presentation? Yes, we like to be entertained and even have to sit on the edge of our seats, but in the end a happy ending is still wonderful. A movie that is not crude but rather uplifts our spirits is remembered much longer than the quick fix movies. We have so many ways of obtaining those kind of movies without having to shell out the big bucks.

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