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February 07, 2006

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muteKevin

When I saw your post I thought you were going to refer to the dead guy who rode the subway in NYC!

Yeah, I believe they used the Gas Company building as the locale, which to my recollection does not have a subway stop there... ah, the magic of movies. =)

Nevertheless, I like how the movie is a very "LA"-ish movie with very identifiable landmarks. Does it make you miss it?

Tung Yin

No, it doesn't really miss it, not any more than "24" does. . . .

tom

How about the Bank of the West branches that have been popping up around town? Does that remind you of home? As a native Midwesterner, it's a bit jarring to see the California Golden Bear used as a promotional image, not to mention seeing Iowa referred to as 'west'.

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