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David Hyde Pierce,
What a great ride; wish I had seen it on the big screen
I just saw "Love Kills" for the first time on cable on my home television; I wish that I had seen it on the big screen. I was flipping around and got hooked right away on the stylish and exciting direction, the right-on dialogue, not to mention the obviously inspired acting all around. I do feel that I must mention Loretta Devine's outstanding performance; she really went there, and took us with her.
Thank you, Mario Van Peebles. I enjoyed the ride; can't wait to do it again.
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