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(Daily Mail)   Judi Dench says her eyesight is failing so badly, she can no longer read scripts, forcing her to rely solely on sex appeal   ( divider line
    More: Sad, Judi Dench, Steve Coogan, Shakespeare in Love, Mrs. Brown, Harvey Weinstein, Chocolat  
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2014-02-25 12:33:53 AM  
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Mole Man: Took me 3-4 viewings of Tomorrow Never Dies to realize who the Admiral beside her was.

Ah, another As Time Goes By fan, eh?  Love that show.  It used to be my Saturday evening comfort food.

(Heh, Dame Dench just showed up on my TV in Shakespeare in Love.  Jesus, she's good.)
2014-02-24 08:22:23 PM  
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Took me 3-4 viewings of Tomorrow Never Dies to realize who the Admiral beside her was.
2014-02-24 10:04:36 AM  
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"Careful, dear, my vision isn't what it used to b..BLAMM!"
2014-02-24 09:51:25 AM  
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She said: 'I heard a woman being interviewed on the radio the other day who was 105, and I expected this very frail voice, but this wonderful voice came out and she said to this reporter who was interviewing her, "I'll tell you one thing," she said, "Don't stop anything. I never stop anything I'm doing because otherwise I'll never get started again." And I thought, "That'll do." '

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