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Old 30 Sep 2007, 01:00 PM   #1
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I was browsing through the gallery of pictures on my phone, and I came across these:



I know it was a movie I was watching... but any ideas as to which? I'm just curious LOL, if anyone can tell me though that would be appreciated. I know the quality is bad, that's because it was a cameraphone.
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Old 1 Oct 2007, 10:59 AM   #2
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Do we win a free vacation to Puerto Vallarta?

Might be easier if I could read the subtitle.
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Old 1 Oct 2007, 11:31 AM   #3
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...or see the face. Give us something better then that man!
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Old 1 Oct 2007, 12:05 PM   #4
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Sorry, it's all I have... I thought if anyone could help, it would be you guys.

But it looks like Will Smith to me. If the subtitles were readable, I'd look myself LOL
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To me it looks like a frame from a video game.
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Definitely the shape of Will Smith's face from the TV in the background.

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I'll guess I Robot in that case.
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I'll guess I Robot in that case.
I would guess the same.

Here is a screen shot of the trailer.

His suit looks quite simular.


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Hm, that might be right. The big one is probably when he's driving to that lady's house after being attacked?

Thanks for the help!
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Hm, that might be right. The big one is probably when he's driving to that lady's house after being attacked?

Thanks for the help!
It has a heavy CGI look to it anyways. So prolly some flick that's CGI-intensive, as Robot was.
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Wait a sec.......you guys sure it isn't "The Dude" ?
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Never even heard of The Dude.

I'll go with I, Robot.
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Never even heard of The Dude.

I'll go with I, Robot.
It was suppose to be a funny but anyway watch The Big Lebowski. "The Dude" is Jeff Bridges.
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