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Interesting how conservatives are always portrayed by "Hollywood" as uptight, anal, and uninformed, whole liberals are informed, intelligent, and accepting. If that is for what you are looking you shall not be disappointed by this movie. Having ultra-liberal Parker play the part of the evil conservative was a stroke of genius as she, no doubt, knows the subject so well. Had negative ratings been available I would have assigned one to this movie. Totally predictable with the only redeeming quality being the winter scenery. Clayburgh is her usual character even more bitter and mean. The obligatory Gay couple tried to cover as many bases with race, physically challenged, and adoption all rolled into one "couple". The movie is cliché' from one end to the other and completely predictable. Should anyone file a class action suit against the entire film crew I would eagerly join it. This movie is a complete "miss"!
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