Sisterhood of Travelling Pants  

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
5791 posts
5/7/2005 8:31 am

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Sisterhood of Travelling Pants

Went to a premiere of this movie last night.

The story line covers four gals who come together because of a pair of jeans that seem to fit all of them very well (which is often hard to do b/c no two people seem to fit in a pair of jeans in the same manner, with the same type of fit). They form a sisterhood of the "travelling pants" and the pants keep them together through their adversities b/c they vow to swap them each week with each other.

People seemed to have liked it very much (even the guys), at least the comments we overheard. I thought it was well put together; however, I am the first to be moved by stories that have good upbeat endings in the end.

This movie didn't have anyone that I was familiar with -- mostly young new actresses and actors, but certainly to become a hit in the end. Whether or not you are a fan of "chick flicks", even the guys will be fantasizing about some of the gals in the film.

Are you a fan of "chick flicks"? What was the best "chick flick" film that you have seen? What is the worst "chick flick" film that you have seen???

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
5/10/2005 11:15 pm

lol... yes, mygmyg, Thelma & Louise was a great movie. Personally, I liked Divine Sisters of the Ya Ya Sisterhood b/c it reminds me of the good times I had with my friends in High School and the antics we did; however, I certainly can see how you probably didn't get much out of it.

mygmyg 59M

5/10/2005 5:34 pm

Bset: Thelma and Louise
Worst: Divine sisters of the Ya Ya Sisterhood, great actresses, but just not a movie that I got anything from. Watched it several times and Zippo, nada, zilch, bupkus, for me.

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
5/10/2005 5:42 am

Oh, yes... I think Audrey Hepburn movies count... those were certainly classics of all time.

Never saw any Jennifer Lopez movies (beyond Selena where she actually pulled it off well there) b/c I was never impressed by the trailers or previews.

rockinhard24 36M

5/10/2005 12:12 am

Does Roman Holiday count? I wish audrey were a modern actress today

Worst, Maid in Manhatten, i still can't believe i shelled out $20 for that. Actually any j-lo movie is not worth is, she is horrible.

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
5/9/2005 7:18 pm

I am not sure that I remember "Walk on a Cloud" or "One Fine Day", or even "Little Black Book"... but there has been a time frame that I wasn't keeping up with the movies because I tend to work 2-3 jobs at a time throughout my life, night of passion, however, it looks like I am going to have to look up a coupld of movies to watch in the future.....

NightOfPassion2 58M

5/9/2005 4:30 pm

Best(Hard Too Say..Enjoyed:Walk on a Cloud, One Fine Day
Didnt like: Little Black Book

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
5/9/2005 7:40 am

Sarah Michelle Gellar has been in a lot of what I consider B-rated movies -- but, the teenagers adore them and her in those movies. I think that she underestimates the films and they don't do her justice, hot69male. I remember well the movie Nine-to-Five. Lili Tomlin has always been one of my favorites -- especially her imitation of a telephone operator. That always had cracked me up!! In fact, one of my first jobs was working on a PBX switchboard like that one and I had the best-est of times with it ... and my Dad would come up from behind me and said, "Now, let's be serious. This is a serious business!" The co-workers would always rib me about it... I can do a great Lily Tomlin imitation as well!!

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
5/9/2005 7:35 am

Dustin in Tootsie was hilarious... Good pick!
The only thing that I have seen JLo be good in was the Selena movie; she seemed so real in that movie; otherwise, I am not a huge fan of hers....

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
5/9/2005 7:33 am

Bluegenes - Yes, Fried Green Tomatoes was the greatest -- so very funny. The restaurant in the movie is near Marietta GA. My sister's family used to live near there and would take people who visited her there often.

However, Bridges of Madison County, I am not too sure that I would put it at the worst; however, I was fascinated by the scenery in that movie, especially the fascination with the bridges in the movie. Having studied architecture, I started daydreaming as well. My Uncle's family lived near another old bridge in Texas where there were many films made; that bridge has since been replaced, but the memories live on!!

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
5/9/2005 7:29 am

4plait ... Ahhhh, yes, I love that movie too. I can do a great imitation of Katharine Hhpburn as well.


5/8/2005 11:18 pm

Best: Simply Irrestaistible W/Sarah Michelle Gellar
Worst: Nine to five W/Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton.
(H) I'd sure like to hang out with you Big D-liteful!!!

sx4mee1 62M
3 posts
5/8/2005 11:07 pm

Tootsie with Dustin Hoffman probably best chickie flick.
Worst was Geelo with JLo and Ben Affleck. I prefer more serious movies unless I'm trying to seduce my date.

rm_bluegenes51 56M
245 posts
5/8/2005 10:41 am

Best: Fried Green Tomatoes
Worst: Bridges of Madison County

LimesMastsAvoid 70M
456 posts
5/8/2005 6:51 am

On Golden Blond: Great girl-on-girl action, with a cornicopia of vibrating devices in every orifice..By the way, you did not mention if the jeans were WASHED between users thereoff...were there "body double" jeans ? Did the jeans stay intact ? Corrosion is the enemy of zippers...

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
5/7/2005 9:29 pm

Awww... you didn't like Dirty Dancing... Jennifer Grey is the same one that became the Million Dollar Baby (I believe!!)....


5/7/2005 9:18 pm

Cograd on making the list, you deserve it ,, happy blogging

lickyourpassion 44M
174 posts
5/7/2005 1:25 pm

Best ever: When Harry Met Sally
Worst ever: Dirty Dancing 2 Havanna Nights

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