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This TV filming of the horrible revival of "The Women" is truly painful to watch. Kristen Johnson is caricature; Rosalind Russell she ain't. Jennifer Tilly should not be allowed to speak in public. Cynthia Nixon who is so amazing on "Sex and the City" does not quite hit the mark. Seeing Rue McClanahan in knickers scared me death and reaffirmed my homosexuality. Hallie Kate Eisneberg who was so cute in the Pepsi commercials cannot act.
Having loved the movie so I was so disheartened to see it first on Broadway and then somehow I thought maybe it would be better on TV and it was even worse. The acting was so sub-par the project just should have been shelved.
When the film was made in 1939, the leading ladies of the day populated the cast leaving some big shoes to be filled. These actresses failed.
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