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    Subject: Fast Food Fast Women-Very Entertaining
    Date: Dec 31, 2002
    Sender: Michelle FranklinPrevious

    Every now & then I just want to sit down, turn on my tv & watch a movie, without thinking about all the bullshit that went into making it, does it have substance, educational value, what does it all mean. Who gives a shit, I really enjoyed the movie, I just watched it without judging it. If all the critics out there need something to think & talk about, why not ask why so much money is wasted in the first place on actors & films instead of more on medical research, education, the elderly or the homeless, to name a few. I'll tell you why, because it takes less thought, energy & action discussing the problems in a stupid film than in what really matters in the world. I liked all the characters introduced in the film & the interactions with each other. I would recommend this film to anyone to see & will definitely see it again myself. Mfran

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    Comment index:

  • Joshua Tanzer   from Chris Curtis, Jul 6, 2001
  • Fast Food Fast Women...no there there   from Beverly Galloway, Jul 6, 2001
  • Re: Fast Food Fast Women...no there there   from Kathy, May 15, 2002
  • How to kill a Friday night   from Jacob de Tusch-Lec, Jul 5, 2002
  • Re: How to kill a Friday night   from ani, Dec 17, 2003
  • Fast Food Fast Women   from Thuyn Diederik, Sep 1, 2002
  • » Fast Food Fast Women-Very Entertaining «   from Michelle Franklin, Dec 31, 2002
  • Joshua Tanzer   from Chris Curtis, Jul 6, 2001
  • Fast Food Fast Women...no there there   from Beverly Galloway, Jul 6, 2001
  • Re: Fast Food Fast Women...no there there   from Kathy, May 15, 2002
  • How to kill a Friday night   from Jacob de Tusch-Lec, Jul 5, 2002
  • Re: How to kill a Friday night   from ani, Dec 17, 2003
  • Fast Food Fast Women   from Thuyn Diederik, Sep 1, 2002
  • » Fast Food Fast Women-Very Entertaining «   from Michelle Franklin, Dec 31, 2002