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Thread: Is this how to wear a Reverso? ;-)

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    Is this how to wear a Reverso? ;-)

    So, just back from taking the kids to see Annie. Very good.

    Has anyone seen it and noticed Jamie Foxx's watch? Very nice:

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    But, what about the way he wears it?

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    Rather interesting!
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    Must have just popped loose...Was it that way thru the whole movie?

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    No, in fairness it wasn't. Can that happen easily?
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    Doesn't pop off too easily, needs to be hit or pushed!

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    Seems a bit out of place, even for a movie, IMHO.
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    Bummer they let that pass. But what an awesome watch! So how was the movie? (That is, from an adult perspective- would you go see it without kids?)
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    They were filiming here and MrsO and I were extras, one of the actors had a Patek up his sleeve and whenever they took a break the continuity person would come over and take a polaroid and he would pull back his sleeve to show the watch.
    This must have been noticed repeatedly and is deliberate unless it pops in and out each take as a continunity error.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    Bummer they let that pass. But what an awesome watch! So how was the movie? (That is, from an adult perspective- would you go see it without kids?)
    I would definitely watch it on TV, not sure if I would go to the cinema without kids. It is very good, but it is a kids' film.
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