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Drag Me to Hello Operator Give Me Number 9

Abracadabra peeps and ho's. So I don't know aboot you, but I've been seeing like a bazillion previews for this movie Drag Me to Hell. And I admit I'm almost hooked into going to see it. For starters it stars Alison Lohman, the wonderful symbol of all things darling. I really like Alison Lohman, especially for her performance in White Oleander. And we have not seen enough of her in big screen roles. Also, I think I saw Justin Long in the previews, and he's always an enchanter of the screen. So do you like horror movies? WHO CARES?!?! It has Alison Lohman and Justin Long it (possibly). No just kidding.

Oh and in response to Brittany's last post I too want a hug from Zooey Deschanel. That would make my day, and yes I would only be using Zooey to work my way over to her shnazzy older sister, Emily. Then, once Emily and I are BFFF's I can be a guest star on Bones. Hot Damn!!

QATFYG: Will you go see Drag Me to Hell? What is your favorite Alison Lohman role? And who is better: Emily or Zooey Deschanel? (I think we all know the answer to that one.)

Pee Es: Keep checking the blog I'm going to do a post on Demi Lovato!!!!!!

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  1. alison lohman - young mrs. ewan mcgregor in big fish. she was exquisite-looking.

    the movie version of white oleander was kind of crappy, but she was good in that, too.

    I'm kind of sold on seeing drag me to hell, also.

    '...and if you disconnect me, I'll kick you from behind - !'

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  2. See I haven't read the book White Oleander, so to me the movie was good. But people I've talked to in the past said the same thing. Someone even told me it was impossible to understand if you didn't read the book. So maybe I'm just nuts (or bonkers) for liking it.

    But yes I thought Alison Lohman did well in that one, and she'll prolly be great in Drag me to Hell. But we won't know until we see it. :)

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  3. KUDOS ON THE HEADLINE FOR THIS AL! hehehe.

    oh, and Zooey. FTW FTW
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