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Dear Teachers,

1. I recommend this movie to anyone who is a Jennifer Love Hewitt fan. This one will get ya'.

- "This one will get ya'" here means "This movie will satisfy you", right?

2. Stop commenting! you have gone far into the problem, buddy.

- Is this natural?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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1. Yes, you'll get caught in the action.

2. Very informal (see buddy)

The reason for stopping isn't exposed very clearly.

Perhaps:

Stop commenting! You've gone far enough into it, buddy.

I'd also use capital in You.

Problem is a little bit too formal for this informal talk.
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1. It could also mean that it will have an emotional impact.

2. No, this isn't natural. "You've said enough!" is perhaps what you mean. As Marius says, and as has been said before, "Buddy" just isn't used that much. Also, be sure to capitalize the first word of a sentence, as MH says.
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Stop commenting! you have gone far into the problem, buddy.

Capitalise 'you' just as you will capitalise it if a full stop were used instead.
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