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    Brad Pitt

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment...nifer-aniston/

    Is it just me, or does baking with Jennifer Aniston seem like a totally better option than BBT's leftovers?

    Especially if he had the MLB package!

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    I get the idea that Ms. Jolie kicked Pitt's ass and challenged him to be the person he could always be.

    She's a whack-a-doo (as is Aniston), but she seems to be a much stronger woman than Aniston, with more charisma and drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    She's a whack-a-doo
    Her whack-a-doo-iness is tame compared to her old man.

    I'd take Aniston in a heartbeat. She looks like more fun.

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    Aniston just seems like a flake to me. I find her much more attractive, but she just seems vapid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    Aniston just seems like a flake to me. I find her much more attractive, but she just seems vapid.
    Coming from someone who lives on PE.
    NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF STUPID PEOPLE IN LARGE GROUPS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    I get the idea that Ms. Jolie kicked Pitt's ass and challenged him to be the person he could always be.

    She's a whack-a-doo (as is Aniston), but she seems to be a much stronger woman than Aniston, with more charisma and drive.
    I think AJ is way wackier - pooping out a million kids while travelling to third world countries to adopt more

    All this while she's challenging him?

    Wow

    I'd opt for JA on the couch, hiding out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Griffin View Post
    pooping out a million kids
    That's not how it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    That's not how it works.
    LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Griffin View Post
    I think AJ is way wackier - pooping out a million kids while travelling to third world countries to adopt more

    All this while she's challenging him?

    Wow

    I'd opt for JA on the couch, hiding out

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    Do they have any kids of their own, or are they all adopted?

    I find it pretty impressive that she's adopted so many third-world children. They obviously have the resources to give them a happy home, and you really don't read too much about either of them in tabloids, unless it's connected to Aniston. Again, she's kinda weird, but I think Jolie has made a pretty stable home with Pitt, at least by Hollywood standards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    Do they have any kids of their own, or are they all adopted?

    I find it pretty impressive that she's adopted so many third-world children
    It's 3 and 3 as I understand it

    I find it impressive too, just leave me out of it!

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    Anyone who is a big Hollywood star and is not a bit weird in some way is an anomaly. What's the point of Brad bringing this up now? Who cares?

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    i thought i was watching a brad pitt movie....then i realized it was a documentary on petrified trees...

    dude went to the kyle mclaughlin school of acting: "stand motionless....blank stare...when character is stressed, severely overdo it..."
    "Alienated-so alien I go!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Blackwings View Post
    i thought i was watching a brad pitt movie....then i realized it was a documentary on petrified trees...

    dude went to the kyle mclaughlin school of acting: "stand motionless....blank stare...when character is stressed, severely overdo it..."
    I always thought he was a very under-rated actor.
    Music isn't about chops, or even about talent - it's about sound and the way that sound communicates to people. Mike Keneally

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    I always thought he was a very under-rated actor.
    Didn't he recently get an Oscar nomination? Like a couple of years ago?

    Yeah, I know, just like The Beatles: totally undeserved praise.

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    My favorite Brad Pitt film is "Sleepers."

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    I thought he was excellent in Twelve Monkeys, he was nominated for an Academy Award for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bails View Post
    I always thought he was a very under-rated actor.
    well IMHO he is more than celebrated ...

    btw...some of my favourite movies are Se7en, Moneyball, Babel, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,

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    I liked Se7en and I thought 12 Monkeys was outstanding as well.

    However, I'd squeeze JA on the couch watching old Kung Fu reruns everyday!
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    A River Runs Through It, Legends Of The Fall and Fight Club were good as well IMO.
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    He'll be remembered for Fight Game for decades. There's a whole generation of disaffected males that can quote entire scenes from that movie.
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    um... Fight Club

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    Yes, but is Brad progressive?
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    i liked him Inglorious Basterds but i also agree with some statements above regarding his acting skill. in Interview with a Vampire, he slurred his S's all the way through the movie in addition to being too straight faced and serious throughout. had to wonder 'what the heck do people see in him?' he seems to be pretty good at comedy though.
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    What was the one with George Clooney and Frances McDormand, where he plays a guy who works in a health club? At least there you get to see him get killed by Clooney...LOL

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    If we're naming favorites, I also loved Se7en, Fight Club, Moneyball, and 12 Monkeys. One of these days I'll check out Benjamin Button.
    Music isn't about chops, or even about talent - it's about sound and the way that sound communicates to people. Mike Keneally

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