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Jason Ihle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Evie, why haven't we seen each other?
Why? Why is the sky blue, okay? Why does the earth turn? Why are people the way they are? Why isn't anyone fighting for change?
I don't know.
Why does Ted always tell you what to do? Why do you always listen to him?
Wait a minute, I'm asking you a simple question. It deserves a simple answer.
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Such a great humble little movie! I LOLD when I realized this was Laurel Holloman from "The L Word". So obvious, but so adorable. She was such a cute little dyke when she was young.
Def not cutting edge, but the characters are realistic and cute, and it's good to see that same old story with a great gay-positive theme. The writers nailed character development. I don't know too many high school kids who are so confident in their self-identity, and this if nothing else, is extremely refreshing.
I never thought Holloman was much of a great actor based on her appearance in The L Word, and in fact, the only thing I figured she did do well was have sex. Her dialogue has always been a bit empty and flat in my experience, and in this movie it's not much different, but at least she's consistent and while it's a little cheesy, it's tolerable.
<3 LOGO, glad I got a chance to see this little gem. God Bless America.
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