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    you’re on the edge of your seat

    Totally. And the film was great. I mean, it’s just, you’re on the edge of your seat [/B]

    What does the phrase "you’re on the edge of your seat" in above sentence mean ?

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    Re: you’re on the edge of your seat

    It means that the movie will cause you to be so excited, or frightened, or anxious, or nervous that you won't be able to sit back in your seat and relax. This is a positive statement about a movie that is supposed to thrill you,

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