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I saw this, and for the life of me, cannot remember why. THE WORST MOVIE EVER MADE. Every single comment that praises this film has got to be from people in it, I took a look at the box office, all but 2 theaters showing this film dropped it after it's first week.
It grossed $58,000 dollars.
That's not a typo.
$822 it's second weekend. Eight hundred and twenty two dollars. I made more that weekend.
That's not a typo, either.
Gigli is Oscar-worthy compared to this.
Not one of the characters were remotely believable, which wouldn't matter so much if they were funny. They were not funny. Perhaps this will be the torpedo that sinks what's left of Jenny and Carmen's careers, but I doubt it.
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