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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Tuesday, November 30, 2004
National Treasure: Just returned from watching the new Nicholas Cage film "National Treasure." Overall, it's a really fun movie and worth checking out. Unlike many of today's action-adventure movies, the language is incredibly clean. You never really miss the standard slew of cuss words, and after it's over it's actually kind of refreshing. When will Hollywood filmmakers realize that you can have an exciting movie that is also a box office hit without having the characters using cuss words as commas.

There is one annoying plot inconsistency in the film that probably got left on the cutting room floor, but it's rather quickly forgotten in the movie's breakneck pacing.

One other thing: Diane Kruger -- hubba, hubba.

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