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A Life Less Ordinary

Rated R for violence and language.

R 103min.
 
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The acclaimed Trainspotting trio (director Danny Boyle, producer Andrew Macdonald, scripter John Hodge) reunited for this update of '30s screwball comedies and '40s fantasies, such as Here Comes Mr. Read More
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July 05, 2008
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Since I was in the movie myself, I hope it won't be to bias to say that Cameron Diaz was a remarkable person to work with on the set in the bar scene, filmed in Copperton Utah . She asked me to please not drop her after graciously introducing herself to me first. I was one of two featured extras picking her up off the pool table in that dance bar scene. My name incidently is Ron Lidstrom. She

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