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Subject: Re: A Harley and Ivy movie

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Date Posted: 14:29:28 02/16/03 Sun
In reply to: Vampy 's message, "Re: A Harley and Ivy movie" on 08:27:28 02/16/03 Sun

I think Thurman did a good Ivy, but that script was pretty crappy. I think they made with big stars just because they were big stars. Arnold Schwartzinager ( did I spell that right?) SUCKED as Mr. Freeze. I think that bald guy from Star Trek and X- Men would have been good as him. I think a good Ivy might be Alyson Hannigan or Sarah Michelle Geller. Hanigan is good at being evil, and sexy!

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Re: A Harley and Ivy moviesisi08:04:35 09/22/03 Mon
    Re: A Harley and Ivy movieLiam Geddes11:58:04 12/17/03 Wed

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