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I thoroughly enjoyed this movie: Very realistic, and great music!
Brooke Shields did a superb job. She played her character with realism. Throughout the movie, I felt like I was on the sidelines, watching real people play out a real life drama. The clips of Dr. Drew Pinsky and Adam Carolla (playing themselves, as entertaining as they have always been) added additional comedic interest. Long before the movie was over, I turned on my VCR to begin recording...if only for the music credits. The movie contained a wealth of great songs. I thought many (if not all) of the characters were well played. The fact that it had a fantastic soundtrack made it an even more memorable movie. I have added this movie to my list of "Good-to-great movies that I would watch again".
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