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Sarah Jessica Parker,
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My God, this is a Truly Horrid Movie. All this movie has going for it is some good looking girls (and the music, if you like their music, which I don't). The acting is horrible, the plot is infantile (at best), and the dialog is stupid. AVOID AT ALL COSTS.
An interesting side-note... almost everyone either voted 1 or 10. I suspect the people that voted 10 will mature in a few years and block out this embarrassing portion of their childhood.
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