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I voted for 'the departed'. I liked it not as much as Infernal Affairs (it has the better ending! ;) ), but Jack Nicholson is great!

In reply to Re: Which of the nominations should win the 2007 Academy Award for Best Picture? by klekker
in thread Which of the nominations should win the 2007 Academy Award for Best Picture? by Petruchio

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