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    'Moveable feast' is a rarely-used phrase that refers to a holiday that can fall on a different date each year (like Easter). So when Roland yells 'Let's get this movable feast underway!', refering to his large group of potential T-Rex snacks, TLW scribe David Koepp is ironically changing the definition.
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    At 12:59:42 PM on 4/5/2013, DJ Jerm said:
    oh for the record I went to a 10pm showing last night.. it was pretttyyy dead. JP looked (and sounded) fantastic though. go check it


    At 10:59:19 AM on 4/5/2013, DJ Jerm said:
    haha nice. that was a fun night. Did you get to try the 'Dino DNA' drink?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTwujxbVNGQ


    At 5:09:15 AM on 4/5/2013, Carnotaur3 said:
    DJ Jerm. I was there for that screening at the Belcourt Theater.


    At 4:18:13 PM on 4/4/2013, DJ Jerm said:
    They showed JP at a boutique theater here in Nashville for 2 days last year and both nights were easily sold out. Its certainly no indicator that JP will be #1 nationwide but people fucking LOVE this movie.


    At 3:19:24 PM on 4/4/2013, Oviraptor said:
    Jurassic Park will murder The Evil Dead.


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