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Some Girl (1998)

Four unstable twenty-something women search for long-term relationships in 1990s Los Angeles.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Claire
... April
... Neal
... Jason
... Jenn (as Pamela Segall Adlon)
... Ravi
... Suzanne
David Gail ... Mitchell
... Jeff
... Claire's Stepmother (as Sharisse Baker)
... Claire's Father
... Mike
... Chad
Kris Iyer ... Magazine Stand Clerk
... Earl


Four unstable twenty-something women search for long-term relationships in 1990s Los Angeles.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Rated R for strong sexuality and language, and some drug control | See all certifications »




Release Date:

19 April 1998 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Girl Talk  »

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The final shot of the patrol car driving away has been flipped as can be seen by the reversed 911 notice on the back of the patrol car and the transposed positions of the red and blue flashing lights. See more »


April: Claire, darling. So what's with you advising Neil to break up with me?
Claire: [drunk] He broke up with you?
April: Yes, he did.
Claire: Well, good for him.
April: Good for him? Why are you all of a sudden interested in my love life?
Claire: First, I'd be careful in calling it a love life. Second, Neil is my friend. I thought I'd crack the door, let a little light in. I'd do the same for you, April.
April: [scoff] Really? Ooh, this is good, Claire. Let me just absorb this.
Claire: You're wrong for Neil! He deserves better. Something a little more ...
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Love is Everywhere
Written by Michael Been
Performed by The Call
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16 May 2003 | by See all my reviews

A terrible film, quite honestly. Dumb characters, crappy script, a story you could care less about.

But...I did like Giovanni Ribisi's character. Or maybe I just like him because of his past efforts like "Boiler Room" and "Saving Private Ryan". Anyhow, who produced this crap? Oh yeah...Marrissa and Giovanni Ribisi's dad apparently. Of all the scripts that don't get made, hard to believe this wasn't one of them.

And finally, a movie in which I don't like Juliett Lewis' acting or character. Now that takes some doing.

This VHS tape will be collecting dust in my collection never to be seen again. What a waste.

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