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Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Why are you acting like this, huh? Is it because I'm trying to give you a nice wedding?
Correction: You're trying to give your Enron bosses a nice wedding. I'm just along for the ride.
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A few minutes ago I submitted a review of this television movie and one thing I said was I didn't know whether the main character ever really existed or not. Then I read some of the other reviews and saw he did-that this was based on a true story of one of the Enron employees. I'm glad to know the main character wasn't fictionized so that definetly brings the movie up a point or 2 but I still wish they'd gone into more character depth with some of the other Enron employees.
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